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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Extraordinary Women: Theresa Williams

Theresa Williams made maritime history by becoming the first female marine pilot on the African continent, in 2001. She’s also a committed alumnus, having recently being voted onto CPUT’s Alumni Association (AA) executive by fellow alumni.

Christelle Dreyer caused a sensation when she appeared on the cover of CPUT’s Grad Mag in 2015.

At CPUT research results are not confined to journals.

There are no shortcuts to success in the sporting world.

Railien Neilson is bringing about big changes in sports in the higher education sector.

Dr Agnes Chigona is changing the world, one research paper at a time.

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Extraordinary Women: Dr Misiwe Katiya

Her lifelong love affair with languages has influenced every aspect of Dr Misiwe Katiya’s career path. From majoring in Afrikaans and Xhosa while still a student at Fort Hare to her current position in Academic Staff Development in the Fundani unit, Katiya says language can make or break a university.