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GET SET: Students get into position at the starting line for the trolley race.

CPUT students raced to the finish line instead of the check-out queue when they took part in the annual Wellington Campus Trolley Race.

Wednesday, 08 February 2012

Too Fresh to flop

ROCKING: DJ's Fresh and Euphonik performed at the CPUT Student Affairs welcome bash.

Two of the country’s top DJs welcomed CPUT students to campus life this week.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Added bonus for CPUT students

ONLINE FOREVER: CPUT students will have an email address for life thanks to the new MyCPUT mailbox.

CPUT has cemented its status as a technology leader by kicking the year off with an added bonus for new and existing students.

Friday, 14 October 2011

Zahara mesmerises CPUT audience

GUITAR DIVA: Zahara mesmerises the crowd with her Afro-tunes.

The Bellville Campus Quad was brought to a standstill in early October 2011, when South Africa’s new singing sensation, Zahara, sang and strummed her guitar to the jubilation of scores of music revelers who came to witness her talent.

CPUT ATHLETES: Architectural Technology student and cyclist, Lance Muller (left), and Industrial Design student and fencing victor, Jarryd New (right)

The Summer Universiade took place in Shenzhen, China in mid- to late August.

 A pair of Bachelor of Education students celebrate their heritage at Mowbray Campus's Heritage Day celebrations.

Mowbray was the first of CPUT’s campuses to get in the heritage day spirit.  The annual event sees the campus come alight with bright colours, vibrant singing, joyful dancing and traditional South African cuisine, in commemoration of Heritage Day celebrated annually on 24 September.

Rushda Mallick on the greens, teeing off during a practice session.

Rushda Mallick, a second-year student at the Sports Management Department’s Golf Business Academy (GBA) has much to celebrate, after being awarded a full golfing scholarship to the United States. Twenty-year old Mallick has been swinging her clubs for over a decade under the tutelage of her golf-coach uncle and brother. She jetted off to the US in mid-August to attend the University of Eastern Michigan for the next four years.