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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Reaching for the stars pays off

Kanyisa Mtshemla originally toyed with studying sound engineering, but decided to make the trek to Cape Town because he thought the student life infrastructure would be better here than in Joburg.
Monday, 09 April 2018

Drought inspires door designs

Surface Design students are giving the doors in their department a nature-themed makeover as part of a project inspired by Cape Town’s water crisis.

The South African Board for People Practices (SABPP) has recognized CPUT HR students who excelled academically in 2017 with certificates.

The Hospitality Management students who excelled academically in 2017 walked away with a total of R1 478 100 in bursaries, vouchers and prizes during the Hotel School Awards.

A three-year partnership with a San youth empowerment project has yielded another positive outcome - an art exhibition of prints produced by the students. The exhibition, entitled Recollection: voices of the San youth, was opened by Dean of Informatics and Design Faculty, Prof Johannes Cronje earlier this month.

The creative juices have been flowing in the Chemical Engineering Department where first year students have created eye-catching displays to draw attention to the water crisis.

The idea of a waterless carwash business to help locals save water to delay Day Zero impressed judges of the CPUT Water Pitch Challenge who agreed it is an innovative solution to the current water crisis.