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Thursday, 14 November 2013

Business students donate to the needy

Almost R53 000 raised by students in the Business Faculty has been donated to two charity organizations.

A group of CPUT students are on a crusade to provide shoes for children living in a foster home in the Du Noon community.

Friday, 26 April 2013

Building Communities

DEVELOPMENT: Town and Regional Planning students and their lecturers are dedicated to developing local communities

Town and Regional Planning students and their lecturers are using their skills to make a difference in a local community.

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Bursaries for deserving students

COMMITMENT: CPUT Chancellor Dr Trevor Manuel, has committed himself to work with the Mitchells Plain community to provide financial support to deserving learners

The Faculty of Business is helping learners from disadvantaged communities achieve their dream of acquiring education by donating to community-based organisations set up for this purpose.

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Students raise funds for orphanage

PUBLIC GOOD: Industrial Engineering student Simamkele Mpahla is leading a team of students to raise funds for a children’s home in Mfuleni

A CPUT Industrial Engineering student is demonstrating his leadership qualities and strong commitment to community upliftment by raising donations for an orphanage for abandoned and HIV-infected children.

DONATION: Office Management and Technology students hand-over a cheque to the value of R55 600, to Ronnis Daniels form the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust

First-year Office Management and Technology students overdid themselves this year by donating R55 600 to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust (RCCHT).

Monday, 19 November 2012

Tourism students’ outreach

GIFT: A student hands over a gift to Terry Galeni, supervisor at Fikelela Orphanage

Third- year students in the Tourism Department took time out of their studies to bring and serve lunch to children at Fikelela Orphanage in Mandela Park, Khayelitsha.