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NWU, business chamber and developers take hands on Mandela Day

In a huge community initiative on Mandela Day the Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University (NWU), students , the Potchefstroom Tlokwe Business Chamber ...

NWU researcher wins “grammy” for drug research

Outstanding contributions to scientific research, technological innovation, management, capacity building and science communication were recently announced and ...

NWU and Pfizer takes drug research to new heights

Pfizer and the North-West University (NWU) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining the basis for potential scientific and technical collab...

To whom it may concern

The Centre for Academic and Professional Language Practice, part of the School of Languages, is running a special project during the second semester of 2014. Fr...

International recognition for modern fuelling station design

Five students from different faculties on the North-West University’s Potchefstroom Campus recently took part in an international hydrogen science competition...

Klaus Kellner chosen to represent South Africa and African continent on UN committee

An expert on land degradation and the combating of desertification from the North-West University was invited to represent South Africa and the African continen...

World Hypertension day promoted on campus

The Hypertension in Africa Research Team (HART) hosted the annual World Hypertension Day with the aim to promote healthy lifestyle and high blood pressure aware...

Our children are too fat

NWU-expert, Prof Hanlie Moss says childhood obesity in South Africa is at alarming state. "More needs to be done in school level to eradicate it."     ...

UNPACKING PRESIDENT ZUMA'S NEW CABINET - Prof Raymond Parsons from the NWU Potchefstroom Business School

The new cabinet presents a mix of positive and negative perceptions. To begin with, the widespread anticipation of a “lean and mean” cabinet unfortunately d...

Not Kilimanjaro, but a MBA!

“We couldn’t climb Kilimanjaro and then decided on a MBA!” These are the words of Marina Wiese, a lady from Potchefstroom who was quite recently selected ...

Pukke defeat UJ

The North-West University’s first rugby team surprisingly beat UJ 19-17 in Johannesburg on Saturday. "It's always nice to beat UJ on their home turf, e...

Conrad talks cricket

The cricket manager of the North-West University's Potchefstroom Campus and main coach talks about cricket in this province, how it feels to tackle the Alla...

Various career fares on campus

The Career Centre of the North-West University's Potchefstroom Campus is hosting various career fares on campus. See the links for more information with re...

Videos: Sheep dog sniffs out bullfrogs

Look how sheep dog sniffs out bullfrogs: Pukketv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp5RXXV0Cww&feature=youtu.be ...

NWU-Pukke first in dagga debate

Legalise the use of dagga. This is the topic on which the North-West University’s A debate team placed the facts on the table against the University of Pretor...

A Concert not to be missed

On 13 May, the School of Music will host the annual Dean's Concert in the Conservatory Hall. See this video for more information: http://www.youtube.com/wa...

NWU-Puk Research – Green Tea Study

The Lipid Clinic and Metabolic Unit of the NWU-Potchefstroom Campus require the cooperation of the community (ladies and gentlemen) for the Green Tea Study that...

Diploma-alumnus shows her creative side

Ilze Saunders (23) of Klerksdorp is an extremely talented young lady who pursues her dreams and she definitely makes things happen. She completed her Postgradua...

Moraal honoured for his life's work

The South African Academy for Science and Arts announced that the MT Steyn Medal for natural sciences and technical achievement has been awarded to a top scient...

Research commons opened in library

The new research commons in the Ferdinand Postma Library on the Potchefstroom Campus has recently been officially opened. This commons is on the third floor ...