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Annual Mbombela TUT fundraising golf day a smashing success
Golfers tore up the greens with their banter, skill and cheer as they played for a good cause at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Mbombela Fundraising Golf Day, which took place at the Mbombela Golf Club on 25 May 2023.
All roads lead to TUT’s annual fundraising Golf Day in Mbombela
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will host its annual Golf Fundraising Day on May 25, 2023, to further augment its Bursary and Scholarship Fund and minimize the student financial debt towards students not funded by NSFAS.
TUT tackles student debt through 2nd annual fundraising Golf Day in Mbombela
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will host its annual Golf Fundraising Day on 25 May 2023, to further augment its Bursary and Scholarship Fund and minimize the student financial debt towards...
Taking dialysis to communities aids improved quality health care
• Clinical Technology Alumnus holds position at Mediclinic Renal Services that aims at improving patients’ access to renal treatment
Golden Key International Honour chapter established at TUT
A chapter of the world renowned Golden Key International Honour Society has been established at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). The University Chapter will acknowledge and reward academic excellence among top achievers in the...
TUT launches its first alumni chapter
Alumni of the Faculty of Arts and Design, including prominent figures in the South African entertainment industry, returned to their alma mater on Friday, 3 June for the launch of an alumni chapter aimed at re-engaging this important University constituency. Speakers at the event stressed that the...
TUT Arts Alumni Chapter launch on the cards
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is set to launch a number of University Alumni Chapters, with the Faculty of Arts and Design taking the lead. It will host the first Arts Alumni Chapter at the Winston Mankunku Ngozi Building, on 3 June 2022.
TUT students to benefit from a hybrid X3 BMW donation
TUT's Advancement and Partnerships Office (APO), under the leadership of Dr Eric Pule received an advanced Hybrid X3 Model vehicle as donation from BMW SA, to help advance immense research, development and innovation at the Faculty of Engineering...
Alumna and society determined to preserve KZN nature and wildlife
For the past 19 years, Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) lecturer and environmental scientist, Dr Cheryl Ogilvie, has been educating school leaners, adults and tribal leaders in the...
R64 million in donor money is an all-time record
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) community and members of Council recently celebrated the announcement by Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof Lourens van Staden, that the University in 2017 received an overall amount of R64 mil...
Sibling becomes first benefactor of Benjamin Phehla memorial bursary
Evans Phehla, has just become the first recipient of the memorial bursary fund established in honour of his late brother, Benjamin Phehla. Benjamin died in October last year after being knocked down by a car during the #FeesMustFall protest at the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Soshanguve Campus. An emotional Evans, a first-year Computer Systems Engineering student, said he is grateful for the bursary and promised to work hard to make his family proud.
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