COVID-19

Univen is taking the outbreak of the Coronavirus (“COVID 19”) very seriously and we are prepared for variations of its possible impact.

We assure our clients and stakeholders that we have rigorous business continuity plans in place and these have and continue to be activated, depending on the requirement. Our thoughts are with all those who are affected. This page will be updated throughout, so do check in with us.

We encourage you to practice safe hygiene and to refer to reputable sources for information, such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)

Staff and students are encounraged to exercise precautionary measures to minimize the risk of spreading the Coronavirus.

Campus Health Clinic
Tel: 015 962 9152
Email: faith.mashau@univen.ac.za

BUSINESS CONTINUITY AMID ADJUSTED LEVEL 2 OF LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS AT UNIVEN

2 months ago
On 30 May 2021 President Ramaphosa addressed the nation and announced that the country is moved to adjusted alert level...
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DR NTHAMBELENI AFFIRMS UNIVEN’S PREPAREDNESS FOR THE RETURN OF SOME STUDENTS AMID COVID – 19

June 22, 2020
The Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Venda, Dr Bernard Nthambeleni confirmed the University’s preparedness to welcome some students...
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RULES to be observed during Covid-19 Lockdown Levels

May 28, 2020
Download Transversal RULES and PENALTIES during lockdown at UNIVEN (pdf) Rules 1. No person is allowed to enter UNIVEN Campus...
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UNIVEN produces hand sanitiser and surface disinfectant to minimize the spread of Coronavirus on campus

March 23, 2020
The University of Venda (UNIVEN)’s School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences through the leadership of the Dean, Prof Natasha Potgieter...
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Download Coronavirus: No-panic Helpguide

March 18, 2020
Download Coronavirus: No-panic Helpguide (pdf) 
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