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Wednesday, 04 December 2013

CPUT commemorates World Aids Day

The CPUT HIV/Aids Unit commemorated World Aids Day with a candle light vigil this week to remember the lives of people who died of Aids and to give hope to the families affected by the disease.

Wednesday, 07 August 2013

HIV campaign targets male students

A three-day HIV counseling and testing campaign targeting male students and their partners is underway at the Cape Town Campus.

Motivated by its mission to promote a healthy lifestyle, the CPUT HIV/Aids Unit ran a workshop to educate football players in Khayelitsha about their role as partners in sexual relationships.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Gold Award for Campus Clinic

TEAMWORK: Staff members of the CPUT Bellville Campus Clinic receives the Gold Star award for HIV/Aids testing from City of Cape Town representative, Edith Mackriel

CPUT’s Bellville Clinic has been recognised for its sterling work in the field of HIV/Aids.

COLLABORATE: The delegation from the N+ I network of engineering schools in France with members of the CPUT Engineering Faculty and Office of International Affairs 

CPUT is living up to it mission statement and cementing partnerships with institutions and agencies, both nationally and internationally.

Friday, 08 March 2013

Driving for All

INNOVATION:  CPUT unveils the first ever locally-engineered prototype car adapted for driving by people with disabilities during the Disability Drive Expo

True to its vision of being at the heart of technology education and innovation in Africa, CPUT unveiled the country’s first prototype car adapted for driving by people with disabilities.

INNOVATE: A prototype car designed for individuals with disabilities will be unveiled at the CPUT Bellville Campus, during the Disability Drive Expo

CPUT will make history today with the unveiling of a prototype car that will make driving more accessible for disabled persons in South Africa.