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Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Fridge planters a blooming success

A vegetable garden planted in old refrigerators is providing healthy meals to needy students while helping to clean residences at the same time. The Zondle Project, a brainchild of Green Campus Initiative (GCI) member Xolani Ntshinga, uses old refrigerators to grow vegetables in portable soil. Spinach, carrot, beetroot, onion, chillies, parsley and coriander are some of the fresh vegetables that can be harvested from the garden at Freedom Square Residence.

A CPUT librarian recently shared her knowledge about integrating technology into library science education with the world at a conference in Malaysia.

Representatives from government, industry and academia were among the delegates welcomed to the Bellville campus this morning for the first day of the DST-UNESCO Engineering Conference.

The DST-UNESCO Engineering Conference kicked off yesterday (September 17) with a day-long event dedicated to students.

CPUT hosts the DST-UNESCO Engineering Week on Bellville campus from 17 to 20 September 2018.

Friday, 14 September 2018

Putting their best foot forward

Grade 12 pupils at a Khayelitsha school will be kicking up their heels at their matric ball thanks to a group of Public Relations students. 

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Student stars in popular TV drama

Student Thandolwethu “NT” Jikwa is one of the stars of Mzansi Magic’s DSTV popular drama series, Nkululeko.

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