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CPUT’s progress in meeting the physical and academic needs of staff and students with disabilities was celebrated last week, as students, design gurus, disability experts and donors gathered to showcase the university’s innovations in empowering persons with disabilities.

The RSVP’s are flying in thick and fast to the events planned for CPUT’s alumni in Gauteng, Namibia and Cape Town in the next few weeks. All graduates (alumni) of CPUT and the former Cape and Peninsula Technikons based in these areas are invited to attend.

29 of CPUT’s academically-deserving students studying Civil Engineering, Building Surveying and Architectural Technology are the latest recipients of bursaries, each valued at R60 000.

A passion for nurturing strong relationships with industry is paying dividends for both students and the companies who offer internships to them.

My School is celebrating their 17th birthday at the end of September, and for the 17 days leading up to their big day, from 14 - 30 September 2014, for every new card issued with CPUT as the beneficiary, they'll give the university’s Bursary Fund R17 cash.

The Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality and Sports Seta (CATHSSETA) paid a visit to 25 of CPUT’s most promising Tourism and Hospitality Management students.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Funding boost for food security programme

A R100 000 donation by humanitarian organisation, the Iqraa Trust, is set to boost an innovative programme designed to give food security to the communities surrounding CPUT’s Wellington campus.