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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
TUT says NO to hygiene poverty in celebration of Mandela Day
In celebration of Mandela Month, TUT’s Department of Management and Entrepreneurship (M&E) visited the Rose Happy Times Elderly Centre in Atteridgeville on Tuesday, 26 July 2022, to donate 67 sanitary gear to children fostered by the elderly.
Daring to disturb the silence around Gender-Based Violence in Universities
The South African crimes of men against women may not be explained away by the fact that GBV is a global problem. They cannot be explained away by reference to a “few good men” who do not engage in such acts.
Arts community engagement project aims to empower women
The Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Design Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Design, will host a community engagement event aimed at empowering girls and young women. The...
University’s GBV&F programme gains momentum
The Tshwane University of Technology’s gender based-violence and femicide (GBV&F) empowerment programme rolled out at all its campuses in line with a crime prevention...
Service delivery to benefit from TUT partnership with school of government
The Tshwane School for Business and Society (TSB), based at the Tshwane University of Technology, is one of 10 higher education institutions in the country...
SAED tackles scourge of human trafficking in South Africa
South Africa has become a prime operational destination for international trafficking syndicate. According to the South African National Human Trafficking Hotline’s current statistics, the sad reality...
Church donation boosts TUT student food support programme
Honouring a partnership with the Pretoria Eastern Suburbs Seventh Day Adventist Church (PEDSA) Board to raise funds in support of students in need of welfare assistance, Tshwane University...
TUT student shortlisted for innovative solutions to address COVID-19 Issues
A Tshwane University of Technology student, Denzil Bothma, 3rd year Industrial Design student, has been shortlisted for his innovative solutions...
TUT donates Covid-19 face shields to local hospital
In response to the increasing need for personal protection equipment (PPE), due to outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, various entities at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) have...
TUT expert heads up Gauteng facilities COVID-19 readiness testing
A team of researchers under the leadership of Prof Keolebogile Motaung, Chair Person of the Gauteng Provisional Health Research Committee (PHRC) and Assistant Dean of Research, Innovation and...
Book donation improves life in prison
For a second time, the Tshwane University of Technology’s eMalahleni Campus Library has donated a large number of books and journals to Paxton Correctional Services in eMalahleni following the weeding of the current stock in the library.
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...
Presidency awards TUT Alumnus’ philanthropy
Newly qualified doctor, activist, Tshwane University of Technology alumnus and lecturer, Dr John Molepo, has not only received his doctoral degree in 2019, he is now also a recipient of the Presidential...
Ubuntu is not an occasional call
At least 133 learners from Matlaisane, Hans Kekana and Khaphamadi high schools in Hammanskraal have benefitted from Thabo Kone, a 25-year old Tshwane University of Technology B-Tech Management graduate’s partnership with them...
eMalahleni Campus partners with industry to help learners
The daily lives of the 113 learners and staff at the Zacheus Malaza Secondary School in eMalahleni will become much easier following the donation of a brand new rooter that will connect up to 35...
Matjiesfontein community project runs at full steam
The TUT Maths and Science project established at Matjiesfontein in 2012, is running at full steam. Speaking after a recent visit to the Matjiesfontein community project, under the guardianship of the Faculty of Science, Prof Prince Ngobeni, Executive Dean, shared his satisfaction about the way in which the project is being maintained.
TUT hosts international green buildings expert to talk about environmentally friendly buildings of the future
The dire need for sustainable solutions to issues of pollution and climate change, has resulted in the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (FEBE) hosting renowned green building expert, Prof Antonio Frattari, to present a lecture on Wooden Structures for Sustainable Environments at the Pretoria Campus.
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