The Technology Station: Clothing and Textiles hosted a group of 26 Young Entrepreneurs from Atlantis (± 75 KM from Cape Town on the West Coast) on a screen printing training programme. The training hopefully helps these entrepreneurs to add value to their fabrics. The Technology Station: Clothing and Textiles would like to thank Patrick and
The Technology Station Clothing and Textile (TSCT) in conjunction with the Technology Innovation Agency attended the National Science Week exhibition held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Missionvale Campus, Port Elizabeth) on Saturday the 5th August 2017. The TSCT staff viz. Deidre, Lisa, and Daniel conducted 3D body scans of visitors to the stall. For
Innovator, Shalton Mothwa displays his patented AOEN bag (Wifi Recharging bag) at the National Science Week exhibition. The project was a collaboration between the Technology Station Electronics (TSE) based at Tswane University of Technology and the Technology Station Clothing and Textile (TSCT) based at CPUT.
CPUT lecturers have contributed their own time and skills to assist disadvantaged individuals empower themselves with a saleable skill. The Technology Station Clothing and Textiles (TSCT) along with the City of Cape Town Enterprise Development Unit have been visiting impoverished communities around the Peninsula, informing them about support they could provide. On one of these