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TUT Professor appointed to lead public service framework

Minister for the Public Service and Administration, Senzo Mchunu, has appointed a high-level task team, led by Prof Mashupye Maserumule, Executive Dean at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Humanities, to assist government through the National School of Government (The NSG), to finalise the National Implementation Framework towards the Professionalisation of the Public Service.…

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Environmental Health WIL partners with Umlazi parish to raise awareness on COVID-19

Dr Nofemela, left and Dr Mnculwane Partnerships between universities and communities are crucial in spreading the COVID-19 awareness message, if we are to win the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr Fundiswa Nofemela, Director of the Department of Cooperative Education. In contributing to limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, MUT, through its Co-operative Education…

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Sure Webinar to Enhance Scholarly Excellence in Undergraduate Research and Teaching

Supporting Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE), a new focus of the Research, Innovation and Engagement (RIE) 2020 Extended Annual Performance Plan (EAPP 2020), aims to enhance scholarly excellence in undergraduate research and teaching. Undergraduate research, a ‘high-impact practice’, provides multiple benefits such as cultivating learning by inquiry, promoting critical thinking and engaged scholarship, which, in concert,…

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