Nelson Mandela University has prioritised the safety and security of our students as part of creating a conducive environment for effective learning and teaching. The university views the creation of a safe and secure environment for learning and teaching as integral to its business. This environment extends to the living spaces of our students both in our on and off-campus accommodation. 
Posted: 27/08/2019 15:27:42 | with 0 comments

As part of commemorating the month of July which is largely associated with our namesake, Nelson Mandela, we hosted our second Annual Nelson Mandela Youth Development Convention on the 30 and 31 July 2019. The inaugural youth convention was in 2018 and formed part of the centenary celebrations of the life and times of Nelson Mandela.
Posted: 16/08/2019 15:26:25 | with 0 comments

The month of August in South Africa provides an opportunity for all those who believe in freedom and women’s liberation to pause and reflect on the path we have traversed as a society in galvanising a coherent and thoughtful struggle against all forms of women and gender oppression. Women’s liberation has been and continues to be an integral part of building a society that is democratic, united, non-sexist, non-racial and prosperous. In essence, the task of fashioning a national democratic society will remain incomplete without the resolution of the women’s question as part of the national question.
Posted: 09/08/2019 15:24:16 | with 0 comments

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This platform serves as a reflective, discursive and connecting space between myself and the entire student community of our beloved university. Through this platform, we converse with our students and broader stakeholders on all matters of student life, wellbeing and development at Mandela University.

Luthando Jack, Dean of Students