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Students in the Department of Further Education and Training who distinguished themselves with academic excellence in 2014 were recognized at an Excellence Awards ceremony held at Mowbray Campus.

First-year CPUT film and video production student Tony Gum has recently been dubbed “the coolest girl in Cape Town” by one of the most influential style bibles in the world, Vogue Magazine.

Learners’ projects which were supervised by researchers from CPUT’s Institute of Biomedical and Microbial Biotechnology won accolades at this year’s Cape Town Eskom Science Expo for Young Scientists.

BTech Retail Business Management students Monique Richards and Marina Baschiera have clinched an opportunity of a lifetime.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Brew Two is a Success

CPUT Food Science and Technology students have scooped one of the top prizes in the annual SAB Intervarsity Brewing Cup.

A play performed by the CPUT Performing Arts Society was a huge hit at the recent National Arts Festival that was held in Grahamstown.

The students performed four sold out shows of the play titled “A time to cry…. But this is not the place or time.”

The play was written by Thami Mbongo and featured 14 students from Cape Town and Bellville campuses as members of the cast.

It explores how phrases such as “I’m sorry, I love you etc.” are often abused.

“The play was well supported, with a full house at every performance,” says Marysa Leukes, Student Development Officer responsible for Arts and Culture.

The students extended their dramatic range this year as the play was their first ever abstract.

“We hope to have the society perform at Arts Alive International Festival in Johannesburg next year to broaden their performance experience,” says Leukes.

Next month the society will head to Windhoek to perform at the Namibian Cultural Festival from 8 to 12 August.

South Africa has one of the most toxic leather tanning industries in the world but Dr Keneilwe Munyai believes she has the answer to cleaning the business up.