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Wednesday, 25 August 2021

#CPUTWomen2021 - Zuki Makuzeni

Zuki Makuzeni has worked tirelessly to ensure that venues in the Department of Wellness Sciences are sanitised, that all covid-19 literature is present and that sanitisation stations and all protocols were implemented.

Tuesday, 24 August 2021

#CPUTWomen2021- Bertha Dlamini

Perseverance, dedication and focus - these values and traits give African Women in Energy and Power (AWEaP) President, Bertha Dlamini, the inspiration and courage to build professional and social networks across the sector to advance her ambitions.

Tuesday, 17 August 2021

#CPUTWomen2021- Nonele Ganyile

Central SRC secretary-general, Nonele Ganyile became involved in student politics to be a servant of students, a voice for the marginalised and a beacon of hope for suffering students.

The Head of Department: Teacher Professional Development, Melanie Sadeck is happy that more women have been appointed into senior management in Higher Education and she is confident that their presence will make a difference “but it is not easy”.

Postgraduate student Sharon Moatshe’s entrepreneurial spirit and sheer determination have seen her business navigate choppy waters during the pandemic.

Wednesday, 11 August 2021

#CPUTWomen2021: Caryn Dolley

Alumna and award-winning journalist Caryn Dolley’s new book delves deep into South Africa’s underworld.

Despite losing her sight at the age of 11 due to meningitis, Hendrika Olivier believes that “despite your circumstances or the background you come from, you can still rise above all those and be successful in life”.

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