Good mix in Madibaz women’s team for USSA week
The Madibaz women’s football team will be aiming to use a mixture of youth and experience to make an impact when the University Sport South Africa tournament takes place next week. Starting on Monday, a total of 64 student teams from universities around the country will be in Port... Read more
University applications for 2019 open
Have you decided where you want to study next year? Undergraduate applications for South African universities are open for 2019. Bear in mind application closing dates differ with each University, so make sure to apply before the deadline. Please note that  some universities also have different closing dates for... Read more
Madibaz target promotion at USSA tournament
The Madibaz men’s football team will be targeting promotion to the top section when the University Sport South Africa (USSA) tournament takes place in Port Elizabeth next month. Hosted by Nelson Mandela University from July 2 to 7, the cream of South Africa’s men and women varsity footballers will... Read more
Application season is here!
Have you chosen where you want to study next year? Below we have listed all universities accepting undergraduates for 2018. Click on the links for application forms and more information about how to apply for the course that you are interested in. Make sure to take note of the... Read more
Jhb College’s Keletso no late bloomer
An inspirational design of dark green and crème from Central Johannesburg College  fashion student Keletso Marabo showed off the young 23-year old sense of style and drama in the third round of latest reality show, SABC3’s The Intern. The show is led by one of Africa’s top fashion designers,... Read more
TUT bursary bonanza
Twenty students at the Tshwane University of Technology this week received bursaries totalling R635 000 from the Stud Game Breeders® (SGB®) organisation. The bursaries form part of a concerted drive by the SGB® to transform the South African wildlife industry and create more opportunities for young people in the... Read more
Which are SA’s top varsities?
South Africa’s top universities have been ranked by an international ranking system, Academic Performance (URAP), using six academic performance indicators. URAP says it uses an academic performance based ranking, where publications form the basis of the ranking methodology. Both the quality and quantity of publications and international research collaboration... Read more
Finding the balance between work and home
Embrace your femininity, understand the power of leadership and find a healthy work-life balance. Atisha Gopichund is a wife, mother and business woman working in the construction sector, and this is her philosophy. After graduating from Tshwane University of Technology, Atisha started her career as a civil engineer where... Read more
Dancing to the beat let visually impaired TUT student steal the show at dance-off competition
Being blind doesn’t mean that I can’t exercise.” This attitude has just enabled a visually impaired student, Rebone Mogale, to steal stole the show at the annual arts and cultural dance-off that took place at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Primary Education at the Soshanguve North Campus.... Read more
TUT maths and science Matjiesfontein community project runs at full steam
The TUT maths and science project established at Matjiesfontein in 2012, is running at full steam. Speaking after a recent visit to the Matjiesfontein community project, under the guardianship of the Faculty of Science, Prof Prince Ngobeni, executive dean, shared his satisfaction about the way in which the project... Read more