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News
Tuesday, 23 March 2021

Helping to save lives

CPUT is once again joining hands with the SA Bone Marrow Registry (SABMR), a non-profit organisation that works to find matching bone marrow donors for critically ill patients.

The South African Technology Network (SATN) is proud to announce it has changed its name to the Technological Higher Education Network South Africa (THENSA) as of 1 January 2021.

The French Ministry of Education and Dassault Systèmes recently re-affirmed their continued commitment to the Product Lifecycle Management Competency Centre (PLMCC) at CPUT.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research, Technology Innovation & Partnerships, Dr David Phaho, has endorsed a partnership with the South-African-Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) to ensure that our(SA) heritage infrastructure and artefacts are properly maintained and restored for the benefit of all of South Africans.

CPUT and the Western Cape Government Department of Health have signed an important agreement pertaining to teaching, training and research opportunities for students in the health sciences.

A senior academic in the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences is one of two lead researchers who presented on Childhood hearing impairments at this year’s South Africa–Sweden University Forum (SASUF) virtual conference.

Valuable hands-on training and skills transfer were among the objectives of a successful collaboration between the Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences Department and the Western Cape Government College of Emergency Care.