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CUTTING-EDGE: CPUT will be launching Drussa, a programme that will see the university using its innovations and developmental research outcomes to address specific challenges in Africa.

CPUT has upped its gear on research and innovation by embracing the objectives of the Development Research Uptake in Sub-Saharan Africa (Drussa) programme that address its challenges as an emerging university of technology. 

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Postgraduate Research Day

INVESTIGATORS: Students at CPUT are actively involved in research

CPUT is playing a vital role in producing South Africa’s next generation of academics and researchers.

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Sports Tourism Research

OLYMPICS: Ass Prof Kamilla Swart and students Nuraan Hendricks, Tracy Daniels and Megan Jurd conducted research at the London 2012 Olympics.

A group of CPUT researchers are involved in groundbreaking research on international sporting events.

PERSONAL: Business lecturer Mbuso Tshaka is studying the effects of informal gambling in the province

His own love of playing pool and the experience of watching illegal gambling spoil the game has led a CPUT academic to a multi-million rand study on the topic.

FOCUS: Research in South Africa was put under the spotlight at the DVC Research Forum, hosted by CPUT

Research activities at South Africa’s 23 universities were put under the spotlight at the Deputy Vice Chancellor Research Forum.

Friday, 01 June 2012

Research Forum kicks off

HOST: Dr Chris Nhlapo welcomed research leaders to the forum in a dinner at the Cape Town Hotel School

The Deputy Vice Chancellor Research Forum being hosted by CPUT is in full swing today.

Thursday, 31 May 2012

CPUT hosts Research Forum

FOCUS: Research in South Africa will be put under the spotlight at the DVC Research Forum.

Leaders in research in South Africa are set to descend on CPUT for the bi-annual Deputy Vice Chancellor Research Forum.