Cape Peninsula University of Technology

 
Universities offer HIV treatment
Universities offer HIV treatment
A number of universities are rolling out critical antiretroviral therapy (ART) medication to their students living with HIV. This means students...
District Six to get its name back
District Six to get its name back
District Six, or Zonnebloem as it is officially known, is one step closer to being District Six again. The paperwork for the name change for the...
Open varsity gates to the commons
Open varsity gates to the commons
Fearing the loss of an academic year, students at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) returned to their studies earlier this month after extended...
No tidy truths in the post-colony
No tidy truths in the post-colony
The nationwide decolonisation campaign started by students in 2015 risks undermining the country’s higher education system and its capacity to...
Using knowledge for advanced economic efficiencies
Using knowledge for advanced economic efficiencies
Erdil Sahin of Istanbul Kultur University observes that: “In the world of globalisation, economic growth is associated with the amount of...
The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe
The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe
Musonda “Müs” Kabwe is a 24-year-old Zambian-born, Jozi-bred illustrator and graphic designer.
‘Climate of terror’ reigns at CPUT
‘Climate of terror’ reigns at CPUT
Students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) have questioned the continued use of security company Vetus Schola at the university, because the company is the subject of an ongoing corruption investigation....
CPUT students deny causing unrest on campus, blaming the university  instead
CPUT students deny causing unrest on campus, blaming the university instead
Three students have denied being ringleaders behind the recent unrest at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), saying in court papers...
Varsity’s ex-VC cries foul over ousting
Varsity’s ex-VC cries foul over ousting
The former vice-chancellor of the troubled Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), Dr Prins Nevhutalu, says he was targeted by the...
The rise and fall of a CPUT vice-chancellor
The rise and fall of a CPUT vice-chancellor
Even before taking over the reins at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in 2014, Dr Prins Nevhutalu’s journey to his appointment...
CPUT in court bid to halt unrest
CPUT in court bid to halt unrest
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) has approached the high court for an interdict to stop students from disrupting its activities,...
CPUT workshop petrol bombed, exams disrupted during protests
CPUT workshop petrol bombed, exams disrupted during protests
Private security guards monitored the Cape Peninsula University of Technology's (CPUT) Cape Town campus on Monday, after a workshop at the...

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