News
Saturday, 14 October 2017

Message on Financial Exclusions

As previously communicated with you, a meeting between student stakeholders and management took place on Friday and during that meeting the position of the University on financial exclusions was reaffirmed.

 

A decision has now been taken to resume normal institutional activities on Wednesday 18 October across all CPUT campuses.

 

Interior Design student, Kriska Liebenberg, recently won a prestigious competition, which will see her winning chair being manufactured and sold by a renowned Cape Town-based furniture-maker.

Thursday, 05 October 2017

Postponement order

Please note that on 2 October 2017 Judge Le Grange granted the attached order postponing the return day of 12 October 2017 in the matter of CPUT v Ayakha Magxothwa and 5 Others under case number C15789/17 to 7 December 2017 at 10h00. Please also note that the interim relief which interdicts and restrains, inter alia, the unlawful conduct on all CPUT campuses, academic sites and residences, remains in place.

Strengthening ties with European partners was the discussion point when CPUT recently hosted a German state minister on its Bellville campus.

A willingness to tackle difficult topics and include creative influences in his lectures have earned a CPUT lecturer a top teaching award.

The Language Working Group, together with the Institutional Language Unit, will be launching the first ever multilingual touchscreen directory on the Bellville Campus.

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