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A joyous event: (from left) Alumni Officers Nandipha Madadasana, Francois Jooste and Valerie Deelman are expecting a bumper turnout at the historic launch on Saturday.

It’s just a matter of days before alumni from across the country descend on the Bellville campus for the inauguration ceremony of the first-ever Alumni Association of the CPUT.

Monday, 28 January 2013

Funding boost for CPUT

FUNDING:Vice-Chancellor Prof Vuyisa Mazwi-Tanga with Inyathelo's Executive Director Shelagh Gastrow, Bill Moses of the Kresge Foundation (top left) and Milcho Damianov Director: Advancement (top right)

The CPUT Advancement Department is moving from strength to strength in its bid to increase fundraising revenue.

Monday, 07 January 2013

Thinking outside the Box

Advancement Director Milcho Damianov presents the department's "box of goodies" to Vice-Chancellor Prof Mazwi-Tanga

CPUT’s Advancement Department has unveiled its strategy to celebrate the university’s first decade as a merged institution.

Thursday, 26 July 2012

CPUT Ambassadors

CONNECTING: CPUT is developing lifelong ties with alumni.

From Cape Town to Johannesburg, CPUT is set to host alumni networking events across the country during the next few months.

GOOD CAUSE: CPUT student Xolelwa Olayi with Vice-Chancellor Mazwi-Tanga and Council Chair Bikwani at last year’s highly successful Bursary fundraiser.

Financially disadvantaged students can expect some relief thanks to an exclusive fund raising cocktail evening.

“It is very unfortunate that South Africans and South African Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are fixated with tuition fees as a costing mechanism rather than the full cost of studies. If we look at the full cost of studies per year - which could be up to five times more - maybe, just maybe, South Africans earning relatively good salaries will realise that very few students can afford to further their studies without financial aid.”

Dr Garth van Gensen and Andile Blaai of CPUT's Advancement Department are urging staff, alumni and industry to support the university's innovative new way of raising funding for student bursaries.