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  • TO: ALL TUT PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
    Please note that the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at the eMalahleni Campus still has space available for first-year students.

  • Activities at all TUT campuses continued as scheduled today, 2 February 2016. The deadline for registration for all students has been extended until 19 February 2016.  Please click here for more information.

Situation update, 2 February 2016

Yesterday, the University provided its final response to the memorandum of grievances submitted by the representatives of the affected workers, currently involved in protest action to insource services. The first response, which dealt predominantly with student funding issues raised in the memorandum of grievances, had already been communicated in writing to the group on 25 January 2016. 

In response, the representatives of the affected workers submitted a revised agreement on 2 February 2016, which among others, stipulated a minimum wage of R10 000 and the inclusion of all outsourced services. There was again a request to engage with management directly, without the inclusion of the recognised labour unions and the CSRC who form part of the University’s task team to investigate the insourcing of outsourced services.

Although the representatives of the affected workers were invited to participate in talks with the task team last week on two occasions, they staged a walk-out on the first day and violently disrupted talks the following day.

On 27 January 2016, the University reached agreement on the insourcing of outsourced services after thorough negotiation with the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU); the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and the Central Student Representative Council (CSRC). 

This agreement constitutes the University’s final legal position on the insourcing of outsourced services.

  • Soshanguve re-examinations and registrations
    Results of the main examinations at the Soshanguve Campus will be published on 9 February 2016.

    Students who have been informed that they need to sit for re-examinations will write from 1 to 12 February 2016 in the Gencor Hall and must present their student card, ID/drivers licence and timetable upon arrival. Students are also encouraged to collect their timetables from tomorrow, 29 January 2016, prior to the exam. Access to the Soshanguve South Campus will be through the student gate/bus terminal.

    Registration of first-time entering students will start from 1 – 5 February 2016. Those who have been accepted must provide their letters of acceptance. Students who have been invited to write selection tests must show the SMS they received upon arrival. Those who have not yet heard from the University are advised to check their status online, click here to check your admission status.

    Senior students will be allowed onto the North and South Campuses from 8 February when registration commences. Senior students can check the outcome of their NSFAS application from 9 February 2016.

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