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Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Coping with Covid-19

“When I started seeing the symptoms, I kept quiet, I hid my symptoms from everyone because I feared what they were going to say, if they are still going to see me as a good peer educator. As a peer educator I was supposed to be more careful. It was hard accepting that I was sick but I had to stop being selfish and accept it and find help for the sake of everyone else.”

Interior Design and Architectural Technology Diploma graduates have just days left to apply for the new Advanced Diploma programmes in Interior Design and Architectural Technology.

A talented team of CPUT students competed in the Sub Sahara Regional final of one of the largest ICT (information communication technologies) events in the world this past weekend.

As we celebrate Heritage Month, Dr Bongani Ncube, a researcher at the Centre for Water and Sanitation Research, under the Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying devotes her time to working with communities to conserve our natural resources, be it soil, water or plant life.

A range of major infrastructure projects, including a state-of-the-art student residence, are under construction on CPUT’s campuses.

The research directorate facilitated more than R30,7 million in research grants obtained from the National Research Foundation (NRF) and the Department of Higher Education & Training.

Tuesday, 08 September 2020

Alumnus nourishes the community

Mawande Sigwinta, who recently obtained his Master’s Degree: Chemistry Summa Cum Laude at CPUT believes that the practice of African culture is impossible without agriculture as our culture is expressed through food, clothing, dance, painting, and music.