At a meeting of the Executive Management held on 6 January 2021 deliberations were held on the resumption of academic activities and the returning of students, given the Lockdown Level 3 regulations. Dr Manyane Makua, Acting Vice-Chancellor and Principal, said that after careful consideration, the University Executive Management resolved that it was going to continue with the platoon system as originally conceptualized.
The beatification programme that was begun a few years ago continues. The latest news is said to bring a huge smile to the immediate beneficiaries – the students. The Department of Infrastructure that is implementing the programme said it had installed more than 250 student lockers.
Nestled under the pavilion, and completely out of sight, is newly renovated gem! These are the University’s sports change rooms for both male and female teams.
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GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
Policy Framework to address Gender Based Violence in the Post-School Education and Training System
It is almost 40 years since Mangosuthu Technikon now Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) started offering National Diploma Engineering programmes that provide students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The Faculty of Management Sciences is a diverse, dynamic sector of the campus and home to the departments of Accounting, Communication, Economics, Human Resource Management, Law, Marketing, Office Technology and Public Management that provides students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The Faculty of Natural Sciences is one of the three faculties at MUT and is made up of eight departments in the various disciplines of the natural sciences that provides students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The University-wide consultative meetings led by Dr Enoch Duma Malaza, Vice-Chancellor & Principal, have been concluded. Dr Malaza met all levels of management, researchers, support staff, academics, and students. Thanks to everyone who attended and participated during the meetings, and on the digital and other platforms. Over 421 staff and 18 students attended the meetings. The next phase is VC engagement on the strategic review process with executive management.