New Lecture Series Unfolds on Archiving

The Art for Humanity as part of the Indlela Public Lecture Series hosted an artist talk by Chandra Frank and Zara Julius at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) City campus on 23 May 2018. The aim of the lecture series is to create discussions and gather information on how narratives are told and lived, how people represented themselves during the 80s era through archiving. Read More

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Exchange programme gives students a worldview of teaching

For the past six years, a unique student exchange programme between the Tshwane University of Technology(TUT) and the Windesheim University in the Netherlands has afforded Education students at both institutions the opportunity to gain a worldview of teaching. On Saturday, 19 May, staff, students and stakeholders representing both countries celebrated this milestone, which resulted in a special intercontinental bond. Read More

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Celebrating our continent

Africa Day will be celebrated tomorrow on CPUT campuses to commemorate the founding of the Organisation of African Unity. The OAU is now known as the African Union, but the day is still celebrated around the world in various ways. This year CPUT has chosen the theme “Celebrating Africanness” and already students are describing what they think it means to be African on the CPUT Facebook page. Read More

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CUT and FSPG renew their partnership

CUT renewed our partnership with the Free State Provincial Government on 22 May 2018. The MoU signed between the two entities represents a model of collaboration that is not only mutually beneficial, but also central to their mandate of providing quality education and services to the people of the Free State. Read More

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Two researchers finalists for Science Oscars

Two outstanding CPUT researchers have been selected as finalists in the NSTF-South32 Awards, known as the ‘Science Oscars’ of South Africa. The two finalists are Prof Tandi Matsha, who was recently awarded the National Research Foundation’s SARChI Research Chair in Cardiometabolic Health and Prof Jeanine Marnewick, who was recently appointed as Research Chair of the Institute of Biomedical and Microbial Biotechnology. Read More

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