The CPUT Applied Microbial and Health Biotechnology Institute is using phytosome nanotechnology to enhance the bioavailability of Rooibos extracts in skin formulations. Mariska Lilly, from the CPUT Applied Microbial and Health Biotechnology Institute discussed this. https://youtu.be/8VjFekMyVNE Investigating the anti-inflammatory effects of rooibos Here are comments about the anti-inflammatory effects of rooibos.
Date: 24 May 2022 A first-year CPUT student was allegedly raped at a social event on campus last week, and police are investigating. A stranger called her name at the gathering, according to the 18-year-old from Oudtshoorn, and drew her away from her friends. "On May 14, we were informed that a student party would be held behind the dormitories at the SS hall.
The alleged rape of a first-year CPUT student during a social event on campus last week is being investigated by police. “A stranger who yelled her name during the gathering drew the 18-year-old from Oudtshoorn away from her pals,” she said. According to the UCT victim, on May 14, they were informed that a party for students would be held at the SS hall behind the dorms.
Cape Peninsula University Of Technology(CPUT) students evicted in the early AM's of Monday the 7th September 2020. It is said that among the students that were evicted, Some of them are coming as far as from Limpopo and they have no relatives in Cape Town. The students were living off campus in a residence called South Point. The eviction came after the students conducted a protest in which they were demanding that the building be 'open access', that social distancing measures put into place around kitchens,
Yesterday students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology blew up Twitter voicing out their grievances regarding their NSFAS December allowance which they were suppose to have received already. Till date the students have not received their NSFAS December allowance and they are not happy about it, they claim that if their demands are not met they will resort to violance. The students feel like the only way that the management hears them is if they resort to violence od which it is sometimes they are
Students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology(CPUT) and the University of Limpopo, have voiced their anger on Wednesday after those who qualify for Nsfas funds learned that their December Allowance may not be paid, until further notice. As Students from both Universitys tried to get clarity to the situation it only fuelled the flames of frustration even further. The university says it is waiting on the Nsfas to make the final decision on when to release funds, which may depend on their examinations.
High school students sometimes fail to make it into the universities due to lack of information they receive. Here's a list of the things high school pupils are never told: Your grade 11 report is your ticket into the University. You can use it to apply so you can secure a place for yourself in the following year. You don't necessarily wait until the following year when you receive your grade 12 results to apply. It does not matter weather it does not have good marks,use it to apply. One thing most people won't
Many students have been struggling to get the feedback on Nsfas ever since January but theres no response even today.
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology also known as CPUT has announced to the general public including Citizens and foreigners that the 2021 admissions is now officially activated. Applicants can apply using the following admission guide to help apply successfully. The admission is opened for both undergraduate and post graduate qualification for the 2021 academic year. How to Apply / Mode of application Before you start the application process you should choose the the qualification (the course you intend
Advanced education serve Blade Nzimande has communicated worry about the effect of Covid-19 on tertiary understudies. The clergyman was at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in the Western Cape on Monday during the arrival of an investigation into the effect of Covid-19 on the young and understudies in the post-school instruction area.
A number of Cape Peninsula University of Technology students have been left without funding after NSFAS cut it. A day before their allowances were supposed to be paid into their bank accounts, the students received an email informing them that funding has been cancelled. Many, like Siphokazi Mxatule, a second-year environmental management student from PE, are from outside the Western Cape, and do not have families they can rely on here. “They decided to remove our funding, now we are stuck at residence wi