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Going up ... all the building at NMMU

Everywhere you turn, there's building under way at NMMU. In fact, NMMU is presently experiencing the largest and most sustained expansion programme since the original university sites started 40 years ago ... 

Posted to Life@NMMU by Debbie Derry on 01 March 2013 10:54:42 | with 0 comments

NMMU's academic achievers ... excellence is non-negotiable

On Friday, NMMU recognised its Vice Chancellor's Scholarship recipients - the newcomers and those about to graduate - at a function mirroring the university's drive towards excellence. 

Posted to Life@NMMU by Debbie Derry on 04 March 2013 14:33:47 | with 0 comments

Driving into the future ... motoring for tomorrow

If you want to know anything about electric vehicles or e-mobility, then NMMU is the place. The university - or rather eNtsa - has just been chosen to facilitate all the research, technologies, infrastructure and competencies needed to take the future of motoring forward.

Posted to Life@NMMU by Debbie Derry on 05 March 2013 16:00:34 | with 0 comments

Have positive intent ... even if it's about something bad

Some might call it constructive criticism, but I prefer the expression "positive intent" ... an approach in life that means whatever we do, we do it with positive intentions like the NMMU marketing student who offered solutions for the problematic metro bus service.     

Posted to Life@NMMU by Debbie Derry on 06 March 2013 09:44:26 | with 0 comments

On Monday 18 March NMMU wants to fill its stadium with 10 000 Dibaz supporters for its final home game in the Varsity Cup competition ... it's part of bigger drive to put our university on the South African map!

Posted to Life@NMMU by Debbie Derry on 07 March 2013 14:38:50 | with 1 comments

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