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Friday, 31 January 2014

Know your CPUT: Wellington Campus

CPUT is the largest university in the Western Cape, with campuses and service points located across the province.

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Paper art

WHIRLS AND TWIRLS: The origami piece is based on water.

Staff and students returning to the Cape Town campus today will be welcomed by an unusual art installation.

OPENING: Head of Student Affairs, Malinge Gqeba and CPUT student Enanda Heasbroek cut the ribbon at the official opening of the tennis courts.

The Wellington campus is set to become the sports hub of the Boland region thanks to a substantial donation of R4.5million from the National Lotteries Board.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Infrastructure developments at CPUT

INFASTRUCTURE: The next large scale building project will take place at the Mowbray Campus, which houses the Education Faculty.

Construction workers are set to descend on CPUT as the university embarks on several new building projects.

CELEBRATING HOSPITALITY: Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academics, Prof. Anthony Staak and Head of the CTHS, Alan Romburgh (far left) and Prof. MS Binza (far right) with the newly inducted members of the inaugural CTHS Platinum Achievers Circle.

After an almost two month break for renovations the new-look Cape Town Hotel School (CTHS) is open for business.

PROTECTING CPUT: Members of Protection Services Department (Back row; from left) Luyolo Myamya (Facilities Coordinator); Johan Jooste; Shabir Laing (HoD: Protection Services); Trevor Fischer; Ettiene Saaiman (Operations Coordinator: Bellville); Jacobus Fielies; Trevor Williams; Cyril Gradwell; Esmeralda Cooper (Technical Assistant); Johannes Mars (Operations Assistant) and Magdalena Petersen.

A week-long Safety Campaign kicked off in full force across all CPUT campuses this week.

Organised by Protection Services the operation aims to beef up safety and security awareness  helping to create a safer learning environment for staff and students.

The multi-million rand extensions and upgrades to various CPUT buildings, expected to add both prestige and value to the landscape of CPUT’s campuses, are drawing to an end. The Administration Building on the Bellville Campus, the Caledon Street Residence on the Cape Town Campus, and the Food and Technology Building on the Bellville Campus are already complete.

The new administration building's extensions will provide a number of very needed meeting rooms including a Senate Hall and the Council Chamber.  The extension also provides new office space for the Secretariat and archival space for the university.