Local airwaves get more interesting with TUT FM
Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana on Tuesday officially opened the Tshwane University of Pretoria (TUT) campus radio station situated in Soshanguve, north of Pretoria. TUT FM 96.2 is a community radio station based at the TUT South campus, about 35km from Pretoria. The station, which broadcasts within a 50km... Read more
TUT Deputy Registrar appointed to Tshwane District hospital board
Dr Solly Pooe, the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Deputy Registrar: Enrolment Planning and Coordination, was appointed as board member of the Tshwane District Hospital until March 2019. Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, Member of the Executive Committee (MEC) of Health and Chancellor of TUT, confirmed his appointment. During his term,... Read more
Varsity football star joins Black Leopards
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) super striker Themba “Messi” Ndlovu, has signed a three-year deal with newly promoted Premier Soccer League (PSL) side, Black Leopards. Thus far, 2018has been a memorable year for the 24-year-old Mpumalanga youngster. He recently graduated with a National Diploma in the Arts while... Read more
TUT aerobics team pockets gold at SASAF champs
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Ga-Rankuwa Campus based Aerobics Team won gold again for the 8th year running. The team also qualified with federation colours at the recent South African Fitness Sport Aerobics Federation (SASAF) championships in Cape Town. With a total of 7.5 points and pocketing the... Read more
Trophies at World Choir Games have a TUT touch
Category winners of the 10th World Choir Games (WCG) that will be hosted by South Africa from 4 to 14 July, will return home with Protea-inspired trophies designed by a talented Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Fine and Applied Arts student.   Source Tshwane University of Technology Read more
Two TUT lecturers take on international entrepreneurship challenge
Two lecturers from the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Francine du Plessis, and Anna Ramogale, are fired-up to make the most of an international 10 days 100 challenges StartUp School in entrepreneurship, technology and innovation. Starting on 5 June, the two will represent TUT... Read more
Tuks FM wins flagship awards at ‘Oscars for radio’
Tuks FM won awards for its two flagship shows at the Liberty Radio Awards, held at the Sandton Convention Centre recently. The annual ceremony awards the ‘best of the best’ in the radio industry and recognises those individuals and organisations who combine talent, hard work and skills to ensure that... Read more
Minister Cele takes crime imbizo to TUT
Police Minister Bheki Cele  hosted a social crime prevention imbizo on Friday at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in Soshanguve. The imbizo followed an invitation by the students who raised serious complaints with the Minister about crime incidences that have turned the campus into a mini war zone... Read more
Experience + enthusiasm = new head of maths and science
Prof Percy Sepeng, a seasoned and enthusiastic educator, has recently taken over the reins at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Mathematics, Science and Business Education (MSBE), situated in the Faculty of Humanities. On 1 January 2018, Prof Sepeng was appointed as full professor and HoD of MSBE.... Read more
Umpiring the Wright way
And the award of International Hockey Umpire of the Year goes to … John Wright! ​Tshwane University of Technology’s John Wright, who is a world renowned and respected Hockey Umpire, was crowned as the Federation of International Hockey’s Umpire (FIH) of the year during a glamour event in Berlin... Read more