News

A chance encounter on a train has seen a Disability Unit staff member being featured in a documentary focusing on the challenges of people with Albinism.

Three books targeting students about HIV/Aids and general wellness have been produced at CPUT and will be rolled out across higher education institutions.

R15 million has been earmarked to boost internationalisation strategies and resources at four historic disadvantaged institutions in South Africa.

CPUT’s student health services are expanding to the satellite campuses.

 With CPUT boasting a rich history dating back to the earlier 1900’s, staying connected to our past is important.

Students from universities and TVET Colleges around the Western Cape have committed themselves to tackling the Aids epidemic head on by engaging in issues of unprotected sex , sexual and gender-based violence, substance abuse,  HIV testing and other free health related services offered at the conference .

CPUT Campus Health Clinics offer a wide range of Primary Health Care (PHC) and emergency care services to students.

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