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Mpumalanga’s first student Hackathon, a pioneering AI initiative
October 2023, saw the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in collaboration with the University of Mpumalanga (UMP) and sponsored by Nkgwete IT Solutions, NITheCS, MLAB, TUT Advancement and Partnerships Office and supported by the...
Young farmer represents TUT at Food for Mzansi fair
TUT Alum, 33-year-old Dimpho Xaba, represented the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) at the recent “Food for Mzansi” event, a platform that promotes sustainability, rural development and agriculture. More than 300 farmers attended the event. TUT....
Excellence in all its magnificence celebrated at TUT’s Chancellor’s Awards
The excellence and magnificence of “Top Seven” graduates were recognised at the annual Tshwane University of Technology’s Chancellor’s Excellence Awards ceremony, that took place at the Sheraton...
Alum credits TUT’s Journalism Department for his success
Titus Tshungu, TUT Journalism Alum and Communication Manager for the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has credited the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Department of Journalism for the role they played in his success as a renowned...
Stakeholders contribute substantially to TUT fundraising Golf Day
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Advancement and Partnerships Office (APO) hosted its second annual Pretoria Fundraising Golf Day event at Woodhill Residential Estate and Country Club on Thursday, 26 October 2023.
Shattering stereotypes, FoICT empowers “Girls in Tech” for industry
The historically male dominated technological world is experiencing a powerful wave of change that is sweeping the sector. Girls in technology are breaking down preconceived notions, tearing down boundaries and inspiring a new generation of inventors. As the world celebrated the “International Day of the Girl...
Mokoena adorns people's homes with art from recycled plant material
A Building Sciences Alumnus from the Tshwane University of Technology, Tshepo Mokoena, has taken recycling to a different level by collecting tree logs to design mesmerising wallpaper artwork.
Alumni chapter offers support network to Humanities graduates
The Faculty of Humanities invited its alumni back for the official launch of the Faculty Alumni Chapter on 8 September 2023. More than 150 graduates from various fields, including journalism, law, teaching, public relations, Government, and the SA Police Services, attended the event. The Chapter aims to advance the...
Alumni and students raise the TUT flag high at top art competition
Six Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) alumni students and four current students made TUT proud at this year's Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Between the ten, there is a merit award winner and nine finalists who were recognised during a well-oiled award ceremony hosted at the Pretoria Art...
TUT and Haaga-Helia honour mentors for hard work and dedication
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) and the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Science recently honoured and celebrated mentors who contributed to the success of a mutually beneficial mentorship programme hosted at both universities.
New Hospitality Management Alumni Chapter ready to help prepare future-ready graduates
More than 80 Alumni from the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Hospitality Management returned to their alma mater for the official launch of a Special Alumni Chapter on 25 August 2023 ...
TUT Disability Unit benchmarks services with Tshwane North TVET College
In response to Government’s call to Higher Education Institutions to collaborate more with Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges, the Tshwane University of Technology’s Disability Unit hosted a benchmarking event at TUT’s Pretoria...
Golden Key Society honours new TUT members
The Golden Key International Society hosted a new member recognition ceremony for the TUT Chapter at the Prestige Auditorium on 21 July. Golden Key Society, founded in the USA over 30 years ago, is one of the world’s largest academic honour societies and membership of the Chapters is by invitation only.
Great leadership opportunity abroad awaits Film student
Excitement is mounting for George Temba (25), a third-year Motion Picture Production student at the Faculty of Arts and Design, who will be traveling to the United Kingdom later this year for a three-week all-expenses paid trip of England and Scotland as TUT’s Abe Bailey Travel Bursar for 2023. What adds to the suspense...
Arts lecturer receives international recognition for her work
Shortly before Women’s Day, one of the Faculty of Arts and Design’s foremost staff members, Dr Refiloe Lepere, lecturer at the Department of Performing Arts, has been recognised with the esteemed Artist | Scholar | Activist (ASA) Award for her exceptional achievements within the cross-disciplinary field of...
OP-ED: Can the adoption of South African Sign Language unify its people?
On 19 June 2023, the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, finally signed the South African Language Bill on an occasion at the Union Building in Pretoria. The signing of this bill was anticipated by many for some time now, mainly because it addresses the gap created...
TUT Alum appointed as City of Tshwane’s youngest MMC
Some may question the value of leadership roles while studying, such as being a class rep in your first year, but 25-year-old TUT Baccalaureus Educationis Alum, Ziyanda Zwane’s story will open the eyes of many. Four months ago, City of Tshwane (CoT’s) new Mayor, Cilliers Brink, appointed Zwane as MMC for Enviro...
Newly launched ICT Alumni Chapter provides support network for graduates
The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (FoICT) welcomed the return of its Alumni for the official launch of the Faculty Alumni Chapter on 15 June 2023. The launch brought together about 200 graduates working in diverse areas of the industry,...
Award winning TUT Alum’s books get green light from GDE
The Gauteng Department of Education has introduced two new books authored by the multiple award-winning author and TUT alumnus, Thabani Magubane, to its school catalogue.
Astute TUT Journalism alumnus launches second book
Kabelo Chabalala (32), an Alumnus of the Department of Journalism is the author of a new book titled, A Woman, I Am Because You Are (A Femininity memoir), which was launched at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) late in May 2023.
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...
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