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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.

EYE ON THE PRIZE: CPUT students Marise Rothman and Jovan Geldenhuys are finalists in the prestigious PG Bison 1.618 Student Competition.

CPUT has double the chance of winning a prestigious design award thanks to two talented students.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Partners in education

WARM WELCOME: CPUT Vice Chancellor LV Mazwi-Tanga along with Executive Management members welcomed the Blackburn College delegation yesterday.

CPUT has added another relationship with an international higher education institution to its global partnerships list.

CELEBRATING HOSPITALITY: Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academics, Prof. Anthony Staak and Head of the CTHS, Alan Romburgh (far left) and Prof. MS Binza (far right) with the newly inducted members of the inaugural CTHS Platinum Achievers Circle.

After an almost two month break for renovations the new-look Cape Town Hotel School (CTHS) is open for business.

INSPIRING MINDS: Delegates pictured at the 11th Education Student’s Regional Research Conference, with Professor Maureen Robinson (front row, right), Dean of the Education Faculty.

Delegates at the annual Education Students Regional Research Conference didn’t steer away from tough topics this year.

A WINNING TEAM: Goldfish featuring vocalist Sakhile Moleshe, with who they collaborate on their latest album.

It might have been Monday, but the only thing that was blue on the day was the clear skies above.

CAPTION: Research activities at CPUT were debated at the universities inaugural Research and Innovation Indaba.

From curing diseases to creating new products, researchers at CPUT are setting themselves up to play a key role in addressing South Africa’s current economic and social needs.