Final Court Interdict - 2 March 2016
Interim Court Interdict - 26 January 2016
TUT update 24 May 2017
TUT condemns unprotected strike by security guards
All activities at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Pretoria and Ga-Rankuwa Campuses will resume on Thursday, 25 May 2017. The decision follows the suspension of activities at these campuses for today, 24 May 2017. A contingency plan, in collaboration with the SAPS and private security providers, has been put in place to ensure that all activities can resume tomorrow.
A small group of striking security guards, who are demanding to be insourced by the University, this morning prevented staff and students at the Pretoria and Ga-Rankuwa Campuses from entering these campuses. After assessing the situation, management resolved to suspend activities at these campuses for the remainder of the day.
The University recognises the right of any person to participate in protest action, but condemned the unprotected strike action and disruption of activities, which are depriving students of the opportunity to prepare for the upcoming examinations.
A meeting of the Insourcing Task Team, as proposed by the stakeholders, has been scheduled for 26 May 2017, to address insourcing issues.
Management also issued a warning that the final Court Interdict awarded to TUT on 2 March 2016, is still in place and any perpetrators of violence, or persons who transgress the terms of the Interdict, will face action by the SAPS.
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The University is aware of the difficulties students have recently been experiencing to logon to the iEnabler. In view of this, the requirement to enter a password to logon, has temporarily been removed. Students now only need to enter a student number and pin to log on. The University would like to apologise for the inconvenience this has caused.
Due to vendor required maintenance on the Storage Infrastructure hosting the ITS servers, the online application system will not be available on 28 May and 4 June 2017. TUT would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Attention NSFAS students: The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has called on students who received funding for 2017 but who have not yet signed their agreement forms, to ensure they sign these forms at their respective institutions before 31 May 2017. NSFAS emphasised that affected students could possibly face a retraction of NSFAS funding if they fail to honour their obligation to sign, even though they have been approved for funding. For more information, please click here.
Important notice on the revision of qualifications
There have been changes at national level brought about by the new Policy for Higher Education Qualifications. Such changes were required by the policy document titled Higher Education Qualifications Sub-Framework (HEQSF), Government Gazette No. 36721 (02 August 2013). The introduction of the HEQSF in the Higher Education sector required all public and private Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), including Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), to revise all its qualifications to ensure alignment with the HEQSF.
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