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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Students in Civic Engagement

VOLUNTEER: CPUT students are extending a helping hand to learners by providing free tutoring services

From tutoring learners to rolling out greening programmes, students at CPUT are volunteering their time to make a difference in local communities.

Influential: Deputy Minister of Water Affairs Rejoice Mabudafhasi with CPUT staff and students in Khayelitsha

Apart from being an important element of our ecosystem, wetlands can also be a source of income to communities living near them.

BUSY: Hotel School students will make the event memorable

It’s all hands on deck this Mother’s Day weekend as CPUT’s Hotel School gear up for the annual Table of Peace and Unity event.

Friday, 09 March 2012

Walk for charity

REACHING OUT: Staff members of the Business Faculty participated in a charity walk.

CPUT staff members never shy away from doing their bit for the community.

ATTRACTIVE: Some of the lead dancers expected to perform at the Cape Town Carnival.

Hundreds of students queued up for an opportunity to be part of the upcoming Cape Town Carnival.

GOING GREEN: Students clean up the beach at the Helderberg Marine Protected Area near Strand.

A weekend cleaning beaches and rooting out alien plants went down well with a group of first year Nature Conservation and Oceanography students.
Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Go back and make a difference

CALL TO CONTRIBUTE:  Minister Dr Trevor Manuel made a plea for active citizenship in support of quality education.

“You can make a difference.”  This was the message from CPUT’s Chancellor and Minister in the Presidency: National Planning, Dr Trevor Manuel when he visited Mitchell’s Plain recently.