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Moving the TUT Arts Festival from good to great
There is excitement in the air on the Arts Campus of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) as staff and students are gearing up for the annual TUT Arts Festival from 26 to 28 September.
Dialogue inspires conversations on equity, diversity and inclusion
“Women can become instrumental in innovation to produce change in a world where sustainable development requires profound transformation in thinking, in economic and social structures and in consumption and production patterns.”
Ga-Rankuwa men unite against GBV
Male employees at the Ga-Rankuwa Campus unite against GBV and showed their support towards women and their standing against GBV with a well-known female custom, by covering their heads with a “Doek on Fleek”. “With this initiative we wish to make a robust statement that not all men are abusers...
TUT and GCIS’s Women in Media and Communication dialogue empowers voices
A thought-provoking Women in Media and Communication panel discussion in commemoration of Women's Month, shed light on challenges faced by women in the media and communication industry...
TUT shines through partnerships with German universities
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) enjoys rising institutional visibility, broadened global engagement and a growing pool of enduring strategic partnerships and collaboration, which is clear from the number of sealed strategic agreements with the Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm, ...
VC’s Book of the Month : Lebogang Maile’s “Never Too Young to Lead: A Call for Youth To Rise”
This book is a story of love, the love of a man for his country and his remarkable faith in young people. It is a book written by a son in memory of his first and most important role model and political conscientizer, his own mother, Evelyn Sophie Maile: shop steward,...
Haaga-Helia outreach programme adds to National Science Week
Following a collaborative effort between future Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences graduates from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) and the University of Mpumalanga (UMP), learners in the remote Lefiso Village in Mpumalanga are now better equipped to make an informed choice...
FoICT and partners celebrate Mandela Day with Soshanguve learners
Three Faculties from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), namely the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (FEBE), as well as the Faculty of Science collaborated with industry partners...
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...
Lungisani’s photos capture the imagination of the nation
Beyond his wildest dreams, Lungisani Mjaji (26), a second-year Commercial Photography student studying at TUT's Faculty of Arts and Design, is grabbing the nation's imagination with his efforts to capture the beauty and history of his charming home village, Nongidi Kwamachi in Harding Town on the edge of KwaZulu-...
TUT students and Kgosi Mampuru residents talk about gender-based violence
Students and student leaders recently participated in a highly engaging dialogue on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide with residents at the Kgosi Mampuru II correctional facility. The facility is a Remand Detention...
TUT Sustainable Together design project gets international recognition
The Department of Design Studies (Fashion Design programme) at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is mindful of the effect that its actions have on the environment and actively goes the extra mile to make sure that its impact in this regard is...
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