CPUT is gratified that new students are enrolling with the University and hope that their studies here will be prosperous and good-natured.

Monday, 09 December 2019

Every cloud has a silver lining

It is spectacular that Nerene Colbie is finishing her CPUT chapter today with two qualifications as well as completing her radiation therapy on Friday, 13 December.

Friday, 06 December 2019

Graduation fever hits CPUT

Hard work does pay off.

Thursday, 05 December 2019

Photography Exhibition opens

The CPUT Media Department’s annual Photography Graduate Show will showcase the magnificent work produced by photography graduands.

The annual show, which will take place tonight (December 5) at the Cape Town Central Public Library, will explore the world of candid photography through the creation of motion.

The emerging creatives’ work will be exhibited at the Library until 14 February 2020.The theme centres around verity versus façade within photographic works.

The exhibition will also provide a platform for five of CPUT’s most prosperous photography students to showcase their photographs and be in the running to be awarded the title of winning exhibitor.

  • The Media Department thanks Cape Lasers for sponsoring the equipment for the event.
Wednesday, 04 December 2019

Service employees graduates

Vice-Chancellor, Prof Chris Nhlapo, conferred 150 Service Employees Training Certificates to the graduates from the 970 ‘Service Employees’ who were insourced by the University in 2017.

Wednesday, 04 December 2019

World Aids Day commemorated

The HIV/Aids Unit observed World Aids Day with a health screening campaign at the Bellville Campus.

Worlds Aids Day is observed around the world on December 1, and this year’s theme was Communities make the difference.

“It is also a time where we remember those living with HIV and, most of all, send out a message of hope and say it is possible to be infected with HIV and live a completely healthy and productive life,” said Melanie Marais, Head of the HIV/Aids Unit.

According to the UNAIDS, 37, 9 million people were living with HIV at the end of 2018. A total of 24, 5 million people were accessing anti-retroviral treatment by the end of June 2019.  

“It is important to know that, although HIV infection cannot be cured, it is manageable, treatable and can be controlled through antiretroviral therapy.”

The health screening campaign included free screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose, TB and HIV.

“These services are available throughout the year across all our campuses.  HIV infection is highly preventable and we encourage our colleagues and students to know their HIV statuses, and have measures in place to protect themselves from HIV infection,” added Marais.

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

QEC reviewers acknowledged

The Qualifications Evaluation Committee’s reviewers were awarded certificates in recognition of their important contribution to the quality review of new Higher Education Qualifications Sub-Framework-aligned qualifications.