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Students will be able to show off their creative skills by designing and creating garments for an online fashion show.

Monday, 02 March 2020

Creating Caring Nurses

It was a proud moment for nursing students when they received their training epaulettes during a recent ceremony on the Bellville campus.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Embracing Excellence at CPUT

Vice-Chancellor Prof Chris Nhlapo has challenged staff members to scale up excellence and to work with him to take CPUT into the next decade.

The Department of Student Affairs (DSA) hosted its first dialogue of a series of Restaurant Talks which allowed students and staff to engage around critical topics and issues on the Bellville Campus.

The Faculty of Applied Sciences commemorated the International Mother Language Day on Thursday at a ceremony on Bellville Campus.

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, has encouraged mothers to educate the girl-children so that they are empowered economically and on how to respond to sexual and gender-based violence.

Thursday, 06 February 2020

Former Bok captain encourages students

Former Springbok captain Corné Krige encouraged first-year Sport & Leisure Management students to exercise self-discipline as they enter an exciting new chapter in their lives.

During a motivational talk at the Mowbray campus, the rugby legend who is now a successful businessman, encouraged the group to “work hard and play hard”.

“Personal discipline is something you must never let go of. It is when you do the right thing, even if nobody is watching. Be responsible but remember to enjoy yourself.”

Krige said South Africa needs amazing administrators in sport.

“You are the future of sport in South Africa and good luck with that responsibility. You are the future CEOs of Cricket South Africa, in soccer and in rugby, so don’t take it lightly”.

Prof Simeon Davies, Head of the Sport Management Department, said the Department was privileged to have Krige, a former CPUT student, addressing the first-years.

“It demonstrates that an ex-student of CPUT can achieve Springbok status and build the foundation for the team that won the World Cup in Japan under captain Siya Kolisi.

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