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    Tut Connect Vol 1 No 9
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2024-07-16) Tabane, Tebogo; Letshekga, Mapula; Watson, Brenda; Bester, Gerrit; Tshisikhawe, Phaphama; Selane, Kgaugelo; Nkuna, Arnold; Monono, Kgothatso
    In a groundbreaking move that has set a new standard for music competitions in South Africa, Dr Roland Moses, a renowned jazz pianist and lecturer at the Department of Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts and Design) has spearheaded the Yamaha Young Soloist Music Competition, a competition like no other.
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    TUT alumni newsletter vol 8 no 1 2024
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2024-06-01) Chauke, Nhlawulo Vision; Hlakudi, Malesele; Chawane, Kgopotso Seth; Ross, Nadia
    As we celebrate another milestone in the academic journey of our graduates, I urge our esteemed alumni in the corporate world to pay it forward. Every year, Tshwane University of Technology confers qualified and future-ready graduates to the workforce. This year, we proudly added approximately 10,700 talented individuals to the workforce.
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    TUT Connect Volume 1 Number 1
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2024-05-06) Tabane, Tebogo
    There are many ways in which the Tshwane University of Technology could have marked its 20th Anniversary. We could have cordoned off a street in Soshanguve, there to dance the night away. We could have marched across the streets of Ga-Rankuwa in our academic regalia. We could have retreated into our blue, gold and red cocoon to reminisce about the good old days and to wallow in our unique history – both real and imagined.
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    TUT Connect Volume 1 Number 3
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2024-05-20) Tabane, Tebogo
    Professor in Architecture at TUT is leading a project to introduce special pathways for bicycles in Zanzibar, especially in the Stone Town area. The need to have more cyclists to reduce congestion of vehicles and traffic jams, will also be addressed. In her opening address at a workshop held at the Maru Maru hotel, she explained the importance of the Zanzibar cycling infrastructure project to contribute to ongoing conversations about African cities in particular, and cities of the global south in general.