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Thursday, 12 April 2012

CPUT host cycle challenge

LEGWORK: The CPUT cycle team stands a good chance to clinch top prizes.

CPUT will host one of the most prestigious university cycling challenges soon.

Wednesday, 04 April 2012

Shedding light on energy issues

THREE WISE MEN: Academics from CPUT's Energy Institute Prof Philip Lloyd, Prof Ernst Uken and Prof Nico Beute

South Africa should be proud of the strides taken in electrifying the country says industry experts.

HANDS ON: Film and Video lecturer Ricardo Koopman assists a student during the Carnival.

CPUT students who worked tirelessly behind the scenes of the Cape Town Carnival on Saturday have been given a pat on the back for their help.

INNOVATION: Delegates unveil the plaque at the centre that is located at the Bellville Campus. 

CPUT has added another state-of-the-art centre to its already impressive list - the Product Lifeycle Management Competency Centre (PLMCC).

LIGHTS ON: Energy issues in South Africa and nationally will be discussed at a CPUT conference.

CPUT is gearing up to host its 20th Domestic Use of Energy Conference, which will take place early next month.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Spotlight falls on language diversity

COMMEMORATING LANGUAGE: (From left) Dr Monwabisi Ralarala, Ernest Kleinschmidt, Dr Sindiwe Magona, Dr Neville Alexander and Prof Chris Winberg at the Mother Tongue Day celebrations.

CPUT recently held its first International Mother Tongue Day event that celebrated language diversity.  The event was held in honour of the United Nation’s International Mother Language Day, celebrated earlier this month.

In November, the Tourism and Events Management department hosted an annual general meeting of the national Tourism Educators South Africa (TESA) at the Cape Town Hotel School, Granger Bay.

The TESA meeting delegates photographed at the annual general meeting hosted recently at the Cape Town Hotel School, Granger Bay.