Congratulations to NMMU student Hlomela HloHlo Bucwa, the youngest ever South African member of parliament, who was inaugurated yesterday and made her first speech in parliament.
As part of the Connect 2 Your Future (C2F) programme, first year Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship students attend a session on “Basic Budgeting” offered by Jackie Palframan, a Senior Lecturer in the NMMU Financial Planning programmes. Jackie (back, right) was invited to advise the VC’s Scholars on planning their finances to ensure their bursaries were wisely used. Students admitted to the...
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Let's vote for our NMMU Alumnus Amanda Black!
First Things First! Make your health your first priority.
NO MEANS NO! Stop feeling like a victim, break the silence…
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s (NMMU) 2017 interim Student Representative Council has been officially constituted and is set to champion student issues until elections are held later this year.

The establishment of an interim SRC was made necessary by the inability to hold the annual student governance elections last year, which highlighted some inadequacies with the existing SRC...
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Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) learnt with shock and outrage the news that the Procurement Building on South Campus was petrol bombed on Saturday night, and graffiti about ‘free higher education’ and ‘fees must fall’ painted on the walls of the building. 

- NMMU condemns latest arson attack
Have you heard of our Eco-car? The Shell Eco-marathon challenges teams of science, engineering and technology students around the world to design, build and drive the most fuel-efficient vehicle possible. Check out their app and see what our NMMU team is up to.

NMMU Eco-Car
NMMU is gravely concerned by the large number of NSFAS-funded students who have not yet signed their 2016 contracts.
Despite numerous communication and telephonic reminders to the students from last year until now, hundreds of 2016 loan agreement forms remain unsigned.
Students who do not sign their loan agreement forms run the risk of:
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Are you an emerging design entrepreneur? NMMU alumnus, Laduma Ngxokolo and Chivas Regal South Africa are launching an initiative that is aimed at empowering South African design entrepreneurs who have limited resources to grow their businesses, by sharing design business knowledge with them. The focus of the initiative is to empower design entrepreneurs with knowledge to get them to build...
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Laduma Design Business Talks with Chivas Regal - MaXhosa by Laduma
A PACMAN game featuring US President Donald Trump’s “Mexican Wall” and Port Elizabeth’s Campanile are just some of the eclectic elements of an expansive display of pavement art created by NMMU students yesterday.
More than 100 architecture students waited impatiently with pavement chalk in hand, itching to get their hands dirty in tackling the “Architecture of Life” theme in the annual...
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The NMMU Business School today announced that its flagship MBA programme received prestigious international accreditation by AMBA; and also that the school secured a top position through the Eduniversal international business school rankings for South Africa. Read more...[ Link ]
Hats off to Sinethemba Yamani and his team of NMMU engineering graduates who are running a small home-based technology start-up. They are running a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to raise funds to enable them to deliver their product to the market. Their invention is a multi-functional, smart phone-based measuring instrument and is part of an international competition run by Motorola and...
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Graduation - PE Campuses

Catch our Boytjies as Madibaz take on Pukke tonight at 18:45 in their Varsity Cup match in Potchefstroom. The game will be televised on channel 201.
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George Campus Graduation

Student diaries are now available at the library circulation desks on all campuses and from Admissions on South Campus.