UNIVEN CONTINUES TO BUILD RELATIONSHIP WITH LOCAL SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND CIRCUIT MANAGERS IN ENHANCING RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGNS

The University of Venda Schools Liaison Office joined hands with Malamulele East Circuit as part of “Apply before the closing date” campaign. Two separate sessions were held targeting school principals and grade 12 learners respectively focusing on the importance of applying to the University of Venda before the closing date. The event took place at […]

UNIVEN held a successful prayer service for 2020 final examinations

On Friday, 05 February 2021, the University of Venda (UNIVEN) held a University Prayer Service to pray for the 2020 academic year examinations scheduled to take place from Monday, 08 February to Wednesday, 17 March 2021. Owing to COVID-19 challenges, the University would conclude 2020 academic year at the end of February 2021. Due to […]

UNIVEN graduate is appointed Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Mr Ronald Ozzy Lamola, University of Venda alumnus and the Chairperson of Gauteng Alumni Chapter is South Africa’s new Minister of Justice and Correctional Services.  It is no surprise that Lamola rises to this new and demanding position. During his student days, coming from the rural Mpumalanga Province, he served as the President of the […]

REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR RETURNING STUDENTS: 2021 ACADEMIC YEAR

The University has streamlined and automated the registration processes, and as a result, returning students are advised not to visit the University for registration. They can register anywhere off campus.Click here to register online via myAccessClick here to reset your myAccess Pin Students who are having queries relating to registration can contact School Administrators at […]

SCHOOL OF LAW SENATE REPORT ON THE SUPERVISION AND RESEARCH MENTORSHIP RETREAT HELD AT MAGOEBASKLOOF HOTEL, TZANEEN FROM 24-26 APRIL 2019

The School of Law held a successful research, writing and mentorship retreat at Magoebaskloof hotel in Tzaneen from 24 to 26 April 2019. The retreat, which was attended by about 25 academics drawn from all the six departments in the School, was facilitated by three external experts from Rhodes University, Fort Hare and North West […]