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Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Regional Development

Front Row, from left: Lebo Mavimbela, CEO for Khula Foundation; Ms Jaana Puukka, International Speaker; and Mr Tembile Kulati, Executive Director: Strategy Executive Unit at CUT. Back row, from left: Mr Juha Hautanen, International Speaker; Prof. Thandwa Mthembu, Vice- Chancellor and Principal of CUT; Ms Grace Shaba, Core Operations Executive: Free State Development Corporation; Ms Valerie Flanagan, Chief Technical Advisor: International Labour Organisation and Prof. Henk de Jager, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic and Research

Economic freedom key to success

Professors Albert Strydom, dean of the faculty of management sciences; Crispen Chipunza, research manager of the faculty of management sciences and programme director of the event; Prof. Maltsev, and Prof. Thandwa Mthembu, vice-chancellor and principal of CUT.

Industry Day prepares language practice students for labour market

The department of communication sciences at the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) hosted its annual Industry Day on 16 October 2014. The aim of the Industry Day was to give language practice students a glimpse of what the industry has to offer. Industry experts in the field of communication sciences and language practice were invited to talk to the students. This served as an excellent opportunity for the students to enquire about a particular field of interest, whilst also using the opportunity to network and build up contacts. Pictured are Dr Mardi Delport, organiser of the Industry Day and lecturer in communication sciences at the CUT, Nombulelo Mkumatela, lecturer in communication sciences from the Welkom Campus, Nick Efstathiou, general manager of OFM, Motale Sebego, SABC provincial head of current affairs in the Free State, Prof. Henk de Jager, deputy vice-chancellor: Academic at CUT, Dr Mathene Mahanke, deputy director: Language services at the department of sports, arts, culture and recreation, Maricelle Botha, editor of Bloemfontein Courant, Prof. David Ngidi, dean of the faculty of humanities at the CUT, and Dr Brenton Fredericks, head of department: Communication sciences, CUT.

CUT and CMG introduce learners to headlines, bylines and datelines

Sandra Coetzee, group commissioning editor of the Central Media Group and Dr Mardi Delport, Lecturer: Communication Sciences at CUT with some of students and learners that attended the Community Journalism Project.

Dr scoops awards for assisting with everyday problems

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CUT Alumna ploughs back

Mrs Zola Budd Pieterse with some of the athletes and recipients of running shoes.

CUT celebrates the spring graduations

Dr Sandile Fuku, who received his Doctor Technologiae in Biomedical Technology; Prof. Sam Mashele, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences; and Dr IT Maduna, co-promoter of the study entitled “An investigation of the phytochemistry and biological activity of Asparagus laricinus.”

Amazing maize meal innovations a success!

Overall Winners, Lebogang Senatle and Godfrey Makatsa.

Chinese investors show interest in CUT

the Chinese delegation, Government representatives and CUT management during the strategic visit

Solar power blooming at CUT

LERATO LELIA Solar power is blooming at the Central University of Technology (CUT) campuses in Bloemfontein and Welkom. The two campuses will have fully equipped solar...

CUT innovation leads the way towards a greener future

From left: Mr Rick Pengilly, Director: IT and Logistics take ownership of the newly engineered CUT Solar-flowers from Prof. Herman Vermaak, Head of the Department Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering; (back row, left): Mr Werner Britz, Manager: Maintenance and Mr Johan Raath, Lecturer in the department as well as coordinator for the Renewable Qualification (far right).

CUT’s media statement on the appeal against the sanction of expulsion...

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CUT honours Gill Marcus

Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus being 'capped' by the Chancellor of CUT, Dr Boet Troskie.

CUT to spend over R15-million on bursaries

More than R15-million has been set aside for bursaries for deserving students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) programmes at the Central University of Technology.

All sunshine and roses at CUT

Prof. Thandwa Mthembu

All sunshine and roses at CUT

Prof. Thandwa Mthembu

Famsa plans a celebration to be remembered

Families South Africa (Famsa) in Bloemfontein is celebrating International Day of Families tomorrow, 15 May 2013, by painting a wall mural with the community of Heidedal.