North West Province

South Africa’s universities

South Africa's universities and other academic and technical tertiary institutions are some of the best on the continent and in the world. At the cutting edge of research in various academic, technology, medicine, law and business spheres, the country's public higher education institutions offer a range of study and research options for local and international students.

Five globally important archaeological sites in Africa

From Great Zimbabwe to Nubian pyramids along the Nile River, Africa, as the Cradle of Humankind, holds many of the world's greatest archaeological treasures....

Press release: Brand South Africa’s Play your Part initiative makes it way to the...

Johannesburg, Friday 10 January 2017 – The North-West University Potchefstroom campus will on Thursday 16 February 2017 host Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part...

South Africa’s national symbols

A country’s symbols – seal, motto, flag, anthem, coat of arms and natural symbols – tell its story and play a crucial role in...

Child labour and exploitation takes centre stage during Child Protection Week

For this year's Child Protection Week, government is trying to get all South Africans involved in protecting children that will help move the country forward.

Brand South Africa’s provincial programme goes to the North West province

Brand South Africa and a range of stakeholders in the North West will come together in Mahikeng on Wednesday 11 November 2015 to deliberate on the province’s competitive strengths.

Rural Southern African doctors go the extra mile

The Rural Doctors Association, together with Rural Rehab South Africa and the Professional Association of Clinical Associates, pay tribute to the astounding work undertaken by dedicated health professionals in some of the most impoverished and isolated conditions across Southern Africa.

South Africa turns attention to water

South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world, and millions of mostly rural people do not have access to clean running water. The state is working to bring water to everyone, though, and a waste water treatment works opened in Limpopo on 31 October is the latest in a list of interventions being undertaken.

South Africa turns attention to water

South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world, and millions of mostly rural people do not have access to clean running water. The state is working to bring water to everyone, though, and a waste water treatment works opened in Limpopo on 31 October is the latest in a list of interventions being undertaken.

Small-scale farms grow African women’s income

Thojane Organic Farm combines traditional African knowledge systems with supportive permaculture techniques to produce retail-worthy organic produce. The small-scale farm, run by PhD candidate Kenalemang Kgoroeadira, also provides the surrounding communities with nutrient-rich food, and a sustainable source of income.