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The day before he graduated as a Doctor of Engineering: Chemical, Dr Lukhanyo Mekuto was in Bloemfontein to receive a Research Excellence Award for Next Generation Researchers from the National Research Foundation (NRF).

A R40 000 bursary donation to six Architecture students will not only have an immediate financial impact but also has long term transformation ambitions.

Second-year Education student Corne Conradie scooped the prize for coming up with a winning name for the character featured on the Help2Read project’s logo.

When tasked with thinking out of the box, Landscape Technology students proved they have what it takes to make their mark in their competitive industry.

CPUT students were recognised for their commitment and dedication to a pilot sailing project which aims to transform the sport.

A play, which explores the complicated relationship between a father and son, will be presented by the CPUT Arts Society at this year’s annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.

A field trip to a historic village in the Overberg has not only helped a group of students to develop necessary skills in their field but provided them with insights into its historical context.