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Learners from three Cape Town schools had a ball when CPUT and the Parliament Squash Club joined forces to teach them basic squash skills in celebration of Mandela Day.

The theme for the event, which was held at the CPUT Sports Centre on the Cape Town campus, was "Parliament Squash and CPUT Celebrating Mandela Through Action."

Learners from Holy Cross, Good Hope and Intshayelelo primary schools participated in the event.

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Entries for Choir Festival invited

Students and staff members are invited to enter CPUT’s inaugural Choir Festival competition, which will be held on July 28.

As the world recognises Global Wind Day today a very special occasion linked to the potential of wind power will be taking place at CPUT.

Experts in the field of radiography recently gathered for a symposium at CPUT where some of the latest technology in the field was discussed.

Friday, 26 May 2017

Africa Day celebrated

The Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Nomaindiya Mfeketo will be one of the speakers at the Africa Day celebrations presented at the Bellville Campus by CPUT and the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) on May 26.

Monday, 08 May 2017

Open Day attracts thousands

The annual CPUT Open Day attracted thousands of prospective students and their parents to the Bellville campus this weekend.

CPUT's Centre for International Teacher Education (CITE) recently hosted a Public-Private Schooling Symposium where academics debated their views on different schooling systems as well as the benefits and concerns of collaboration schooling.