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Former Varsity Football captain joins big league
Former TUT Varsity Football Captain, Elliot Seema, has signed for Premier Soccer League (PSL) side, Highlands Park FC. He made his official debut for Highlands Park FC in a 2-all draw against Maritzburg United FC on Friday, 9 November 2018. He came onto the field as a substitute for Mahlatse Makhudubela in...
TUT’s Football teams wrap year up in style
The Tshwane University of Technology Varsity Football club has triumphed again on Saturday, 10 November, thrashing the highly ranked ABC Motsepe outfit Dondol Stars 2-1. This ensured them a spot in the provisional draw of the Nedbank Cup’s Last 32 round.
TUT’s Red Machine snatches Varsity Football title
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is the official 2018 Varsity Football champions. The University’s men’s and women’s football teams yesterday, 27 September, made light work of the Varsity Football finals challenge at the Wits stadium in...
TUT knocks Tuks out of Varsity Football competition
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Men’s Football team has knocked city rivals UP-Tuks out of the 2018 Varsity Football competition with a 1-0 champion score. The two sides locked horns in a vigorous semi-final at the Tuks stadium last night, 13 September.
Semenya breaks 25-year-old 800m African record
World champion and TUT ambassador, Caster Semenya, led from the front again as South Africa continued their fine form on the final day of the 21st African Athletics Championships in Asaba, Nigeria.
Varsity football star joins Black Leopards
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) super striker Themba “Messi” Ndlovu, has signed a three-year deal with newly promoted Premier Soccer League (PSL) side, Black Leopards.
Trophies at World Choir Games have a TUT touch
In a first for Southern Africa, more than 21 000 singers from 48 countries are currently competing in song on local soil, at the 2018 World Choir Games (WCG) also referred to as the Olympic Games of Choirs. The University would like to wish the TUT Choir,
TUT aerobics team pockets gold at SASAF champs
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Ga-Rankuwa Campus based Aerobics Team won gold again for the 8th year running. The team also qualified with federation colours at the recent South African Fitness Sport Aerobics Federation (SASAF) championships...
International World Camp aims to change youth’s mindset
In a first for the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), the University hosted a three-day long International World Camp in partnership with the International Youth Foundation. The aim of the event, hosted at the Student Centre at the...
TUT's Dumisani is SA netball's new assistant Coach
Dumisani Chauke, sport organiser at the Tshwane University of Technology has been appointed assistant Coach for the SA University netball team that will compete at the World University Netball Championships, September in Uganda.
Trio called-up for Banyana Banyana AWCON qualifiers match
Three TUT female football players, Refiloe Jane, Rachel Sebati and Hilda Magaia have been called up to join the Banyana Banyana squad that will challenge Lesotho at 15:00 on 6 June 2018 in the two-legged Africa Women's Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Musical explores African spirituality
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Department of Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) will stage Ngoma: The Musical based on Ngoma dza Dzivha Fundudzi (Drums of the Water Spirits – tales of Vhavenda mystical deities and legends of sacred spaces), at the Breytenbach Theatre from 13 – 23 June.
New record for Caster Semenya
South African golden girl, Caster Semenya, rose to glory once more on Friday night, 4 May, at the Diamond League meeting in Doha, Qatar. Semenya sped to victory, breaking her own national record of 4 min 00.71 seconds in the 1500 meters race that she set at the Commonwealth games less than a month ago.
Caster Semenya seals deal with TUT
One of South Africa’s most revered athletes, Mokgadi Caster Semenya, has signed an agreement with the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) to become the University’s number one sporting ambassador.
Applause for TUT’s Commonwealth stars
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) community celebrates the exceptional achievements of its athletes who participated in the recent Commonwealth Games, held at the Carrara Stadium, Australia from 4 to 15 April.
Umpiring the Wright way
And the award of International Hockey Umpire of the Year goes to … John Wright!
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