The North-West University (NWU) appreciates the essential work of non-profit organisations (NPOs) and their impact on support provided to surrounding communities. The university extends an invitation to all its existing community partners as well as all other local NPOs ― including schools, faith-based and local government organisations – to register for the Community Stakeholder Forum meeting.
Die Noordwes-Universiteit (NWU) waardeer die noodsaaklike werk van niewinsgewende organisasies (NWO’s) en die impak wat hulle op die verskaffing van ondersteuning aan omliggende gemeenskappe het. Die universiteit nooi al sy bestaande gemeenskapsvennote asook alle ander plaaslike NWO’s – insluitende skole, geloofsgebaseerde en plaaslikeregeringsorganisasies – uit om vir die Gemeenskapsbelanghebberforum se vergadering te registreer.
Language continues to be a barrier to access and success for many students at South African higher education institutions. This was noted by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) in their revised Language Policy Framework for Higher Education.
This policy framework emphasizes the importance of developing multilingual environments at South Africa’s public higher education institutions as part of an ongoing effort to remove barriers to access and success in higher education in our multilingual society.
On 30 November 2022, the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT), the University of Johannesburg (UJ), and the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) established the Artificial Intelligence Institute of South Africa as an innovation engine for public and private sectors. We have launched a National Artificial Intelligence Hub hosted by our business school. This development is a vote of confidence in our ability to drive the agenda of 4IR in our country.