TUT signs valuable agreement with Zensar Technologies
In light of the fast growing dependence on digital technologies, information technology and the rapid digitisation of business processes across the globe, the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Zensar Technologies Ltd to strengthen their already existing partnership. This includes, but is not limited to specialised in-service training for Faculty of ICT students.
TUT Alumnus, genius medical technology scientist
Tshwane University of Technology alumnus, Marthinus Bekker, has once again proved to be the new age “Macgyver” with his latest invention - the Unified Incubation and Detection System (UIDS). This is his second invention in only four years, following the ‘The Rain Catcher’, a device he invented in 2012 that can collect hundreds of litres of drinking water when placed outside in the rain.
TUT celebrates one of a kind researcher
The number of rated researchers, research output, as well as the quality and impact of research at tertiary institutions in South Africa all contribute significantly to the rating of institutions on the National Research Foundation (NRF) system, as well as the image and reputation of institutions.
Fifty Nyaope addicts to get help after campaign
A campaign against the so-called Bluetooth Nyaope, initiated by TUT FM ‘s AMRUSH breakfast show team, Reikhutsitse Malala, Baphelile Sambo and Sphamandla Nkambule, proved to be huge success. Hosted at Pick ‘n Pay in Soshanguve early in February, 50 addicts from Soshanguve volunteered to get help from rehabilitation centres following the caimpaign.