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*Statement of SASCO Harry Gwala Branch (CPUT Mowbray Campus) following the immediate transaction of allowances to students(NSFAS beneficiaries).*

27 March 2019

As the South African Students Congress (SASCO) we remain a gigantic student movement that has forever recognised the plight of students and we continue to stand as the mass mobilised advocacy of our constituency.

Since the beginning of the current academic year we learnt how mal-administrated the Financial Aid Office (FAO) was and the impact that had on socio-economic wellbeing of students. We appreciated the fact the institution recognised the need to allocate allowances to NSFAS beneficiaries on the first triamester however the administration of the FAO was not fair since the process of transferring students funds was done in nonsensical "batches".

The FAO had issued an amount of R5000 for (Study material) R1000+ (meal allowance) per each student, the allocation of funds was a need to confront our daily struggle, especially at this time of year where students are focusing on the academic intro-assessments in preparation for the mid-year lectures.

As SASCO we 100% against and totally rejecting this system of allocating allowances in "batches". We view it as a ploy to devide students and as a strategy for students academic failure. It is a general science that you can not teach a hungry child and in our situation "How are student expected to attend and participate in lectures without a provision and with empty stomachs in unapproved stutas of their NSFAS bursary funds?

The leadership of SASCO within the campus have embarked on the operation "Student First" we dedicated the activity to assist students who have financial and/ residential problems. With our "Operation Student First" we managed to assist more than 149 students to recieve their allowances as from Tuesday the 26th March. We are still calling other students whom have not recieve their allowances to submit their details to our Branch Executive Committee (BEC).

We are also putting a careful eye on the issue of students who don't have accomadation because of the institution masochistic system and as part of our "Operation Student First" we would like those students who suffer consequences of disfunctional administration to submit their details with proof of student-residence application.

We are leading during this trying time where the LSRC is tremors and tranced towards students affairs however not in our presence as SASCO we will let our fellow brothers and sisters down. Let us recall that SASCO is a prototype of all the recent emerged students organisations in higher learning institutions and we shall not feign as opposition but be federal and lead our constituency with felicity.

We futher welcome the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) restitution of nearly R1.billion to the institutions of higher learning, we are hoping as per the protagonism of our revolutionary student organisation that students who are part of the historic debt will atleast offload the stress and obtain their qualifications, enabling them to their proffessional practise they studied for. Again we are thankful to the National government and the ministry of Higher Education and Training as led by Honarable Minister Naledi Pandor for providence given to our fellowship.

Enquries to:
SASCO HARRY GWALA BRANCH

Chairperson
Neliseka Mehlomakhulu:0791566307

Secretary
Masimange Mkhosana:0797772808

[email protected]
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The "Voet van Afrika" Marathon will be running for the 39th time this year and promises once again to be the toughest race with the warmest heart. Expect stunning views of rare fynbos, farm fields and perhaps some animals as you take on the routes. For those who are avid runners, the Voet Marathon is a qualifier to many larger competitions. Moutain biking and trail running will also be available over the weekend as an addition to the big road-race.
For more information go to:

http://discovercapeagulhas.co.za/voet-van-afrika-14-october-2017/
http://discovercapeagulhas.co.za/voet-van-afrika-mtb-race/

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Timeline photos 01/12/2021

Dear Staff and Students



The CPUT community is reminded that wearing a mask is compulsory while on campus. The Disaster Management Act states that any person who fails to comply with a verbal instruction by an enforcement officer to wear a face mask, commits an offence and is, on conviction, liable to a fine or a period of imprisonment not exceeding six months, or to both a fine and imprisonment.



We urge our staff and students to please respect this nationwide protocol and also to encourage those around you to do the same. Line Managers are required to strictly enforce this.



Kind Regards

CPUT COVID-19 Health Cluster

Dear Staff and Students



The CPUT community is reminded that wearing a mask is compulsory while on campus. The Disaster Management Act states that any person who fails to comply with a verbal instruction by an enforcement officer to wear a face mask, commits an offence and is, on conviction, liable to a fine or a period of imprisonment not exceeding six months, or to both a fine and imprisonment.



We urge our staff and students to please respect this nationwide protocol and also to encourage those around you to do the same. Line Managers are required to strictly enforce this.



Kind Regards

CPUT COVID-19 Health Cluster

Timeline photos 25/11/2021

Join us for one last vaccination push! Vooma vaccination days at D6 Campus today & Bellville campus tomorrow. Staff & students get vaccinated, grab a FREE boerewors roll & goodie bag. Students stand a chance to WIN some great holiday cash prizes! #SaveOurSummer #DontTakeCOVIDhome

Join us for one last vaccination push! Vooma vaccination days at D6 Campus today & Bellville campus tomorrow. Staff & students get vaccinated, grab a FREE boerewors roll & goodie bag. Students stand a chance to WIN some great holiday cash prizes! #SaveOurSummer #DontTakeCOVIDhome

Timeline photos 25/11/2021

Come and get your Covid-19 jab at the Pop-up Vaccination Site on the District Six Campus today and receive a FREE goodie bag and a boerewors roll for staff and students. No booking is required.



You can find the pop-up site on the Second Floor of the Admin Building, next to the Disability Unit.



Students also stand a chance to win R5000 CASH if you register on OPA to get vaccinated. Bring your ID and student/staff card along.

Come and get your Covid-19 jab at the Pop-up Vaccination Site on the District Six Campus today and receive a FREE goodie bag and a boerewors roll for staff and students. No booking is required.



You can find the pop-up site on the Second Floor of the Admin Building, next to the Disability Unit.



Students also stand a chance to win R5000 CASH if you register on OPA to get vaccinated. Bring your ID and student/staff card along.

08/10/2021

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Bursary Opportunities 2022

Create you future with the right bursary in 2022. Please go to https://www.cput.ac.za/study/funding/undergraduate/external-bursaries/opportunities

to view the latest bursary opportunities available to CPUT students.

www.cput.ac.za

Timeline Photos 05/10/2021

The Disability Unit is pleased to invite you to our Deaf Awareness Webinar. This is part of our Disability awareness and sensitization initiative across our institution. Our Webinars are relevant, interactive and insightful as it features guest speakers with lived knowledge and experiences. This is therefore a webinar not to be missed.

Click here to join https://bit.ly/3mtZM4F

The Disability Unit is pleased to invite you to our Deaf Awareness Webinar. This is part of our Disability awareness and sensitization initiative across our institution. Our Webinars are relevant, interactive and insightful as it features guest speakers with lived knowledge and experiences. This is therefore a webinar not to be missed.

Click here to join https://bit.ly/3mtZM4F

Timeline Photos 27/09/2021

WEBINAR:

All Grade 12 learners and their parents/ guardians are welcome!
Find out about the more than 70 career focused courses CPUT has on offer.

Each Faculty will do a presentation, and each session is followed by a 15-minute Q & A session where you will be able to ask questions.

SESSION 1: 27 SEPTEMBER
18:00 – 20:00
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Faculty of Health & Wellness Sciences

Click here to Join Session 1 https://bit.ly/3uj0Jjx

For enquiries please contact Thandokazi Mtshekisa via [email protected]

WEBINAR:

All Grade 12 learners and their parents/ guardians are welcome!
Find out about the more than 70 career focused courses CPUT has on offer.

Each Faculty will do a presentation, and each session is followed by a 15-minute Q & A session where you will be able to ask questions.

SESSION 1: 27 SEPTEMBER
18:00 – 20:00
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Faculty of Health & Wellness Sciences

Click here to Join Session 1 https://bit.ly/3uj0Jjx

For enquiries please contact Thandokazi Mtshekisa via [email protected]

Timeline Photos 27/07/2021

‘The Electoral Commission's online voter registration portal is now live. Register online anytime and anywhere for the 2021 Municipal Elections before proclamation.



Register in just a few easy steps:

1. Get your SA ID book or card ready

2. Go to https://registertovote.elections.org.za

3. Click “Register to Vote Now”

4. Enter your personal details

5. Enter the One-Time Pin sent to your cellphone

6. Search for your address, or if you are at home, use the current location on your device

7. Take a photo of your ID OR submit a scan of your ID

8. You will receive an SMS within 24 hours confirming your successful registration.

Get ready to put your X for your community in the #2021Elections.

#everyvoicetogether #withyoungpeopleforyoungpeople’

‘The Electoral Commission's online voter registration portal is now live. Register online anytime and anywhere for the 2021 Municipal Elections before proclamation.



Register in just a few easy steps:

1. Get your SA ID book or card ready

2. Go to https://registertovote.elections.org.za

3. Click “Register to Vote Now”

4. Enter your personal details

5. Enter the One-Time Pin sent to your cellphone

6. Search for your address, or if you are at home, use the current location on your device

7. Take a photo of your ID OR submit a scan of your ID

8. You will receive an SMS within 24 hours confirming your successful registration.

Get ready to put your X for your community in the #2021Elections.

#everyvoicetogether #withyoungpeopleforyoungpeople’

Timeline Photos 26/07/2021

CPUT Chess Club invites you to Chess Strategy Masterclasses.

Wednesdays at 5PM.

Go to www.aclchess.live

CPUT Chess Club invites you to Chess Strategy Masterclasses.

Wednesdays at 5PM.

Go to www.aclchess.live

Timeline Photos 28/06/2021

Lockdown Level 4 Campus Adjustments

Dear Staff and Students

As pre-empted by our newsflash on Friday 25 June, South Africa now finds itself firmly in the grip of the third wave of COVID-19 infections, and consequently President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a shift to lockdown level 4 from today, 28 June 2021 for a two-week period.

In line with this announcement, we hereby announce the following measures with immediate effect:

No indoor or outdoor gatherings of any sort will be allowed on campus, whether by staff or students.
All face-to-face activities must cease on Wed 30 June, after which there will be no face-to-face activities allowed, without any exceptions.
Line managers must find suitable work-from-home solutions for all staff, apart from essential front-line workers.
Academic or administrative staff who may need access to campus will only be granted this in exceptional circumstances, and only with the permission of the relevant Dean or Director, and approval by the COVID-19 Health Cluster.
Similarly, research staff & students are requested to maximise working remotely, and will only be allowed on campus in exceptional circumstances and with the permission of the relevant Dean or Director and approval by the COVID-19 Health Cluster.
Students who remain in residence during this time will receive communication from the Department of Student Affairs with regards to stricter health and safety protocols during this period.
The adjusted curfew period of 9pm – 4am will be strictly enforced across all campuses.
Students are again reminded that no alcohol will be tolerated on any CPUT campus or residence.
The CPUT Vaccination Centre remains open during this time but only operates on an appointment basis.
We appreciate your assistance with regards to the above conditions. We would also like to endorse the President's appeal to stay indoors as far as possible and continue to wear your mask in public. Further information with regards to the re-opening of campuses after this lockdown period and at the end of the recess will be posted once we have more information.



Kind Regards
CPUT COVID-19 Health Cluster

Lockdown Level 4 Campus Adjustments

Dear Staff and Students

As pre-empted by our newsflash on Friday 25 June, South Africa now finds itself firmly in the grip of the third wave of COVID-19 infections, and consequently President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a shift to lockdown level 4 from today, 28 June 2021 for a two-week period.

In line with this announcement, we hereby announce the following measures with immediate effect:

No indoor or outdoor gatherings of any sort will be allowed on campus, whether by staff or students.
All face-to-face activities must cease on Wed 30 June, after which there will be no face-to-face activities allowed, without any exceptions.
Line managers must find suitable work-from-home solutions for all staff, apart from essential front-line workers.
Academic or administrative staff who may need access to campus will only be granted this in exceptional circumstances, and only with the permission of the relevant Dean or Director, and approval by the COVID-19 Health Cluster.
Similarly, research staff & students are requested to maximise working remotely, and will only be allowed on campus in exceptional circumstances and with the permission of the relevant Dean or Director and approval by the COVID-19 Health Cluster.
Students who remain in residence during this time will receive communication from the Department of Student Affairs with regards to stricter health and safety protocols during this period.
The adjusted curfew period of 9pm – 4am will be strictly enforced across all campuses.
Students are again reminded that no alcohol will be tolerated on any CPUT campus or residence.
The CPUT Vaccination Centre remains open during this time but only operates on an appointment basis.
We appreciate your assistance with regards to the above conditions. We would also like to endorse the President's appeal to stay indoors as far as possible and continue to wear your mask in public. Further information with regards to the re-opening of campuses after this lockdown period and at the end of the recess will be posted once we have more information.



Kind Regards
CPUT COVID-19 Health Cluster

Timeline Photos 25/06/2021

COVID-19 Protocol for Academic Recess:

Dear Staff and Students

Today the institution concludes the first semester of the academic year and the university will be closing for a three-week academic recess. This break happens as the country braces itself against the onslaught of the third wave of COVID-19 infections. It is looking increasingly likely that the virus will reach its peak in third wave infections during the recess and speculation is mounting that a national tightening in lockdown levels may be looming. CPUT’s COVID-19 Health Cluster is taking every precaution to protect the institution against a surge in infections and staff and students are asked to please take the following information into consideration;

Staff:

· Wherever operationally possible, line managers are asked to make work-from-home options available to administrative staff, especially during the recess period.

· Work arrangements for front-line and essential staff members must continue to take social distancing requirements into consideration. If a potential revised lockdown level requires changes to these work arrangements, these will be communicated by the respective line managers.

· Staff members should please limit travel to destinations outside the Western Cape since any return to work may be subject to a compulsory 10-day quarantine period.

Students:

· Students who may be considering trips to destinations outside the Western Cape may need to take the possibility of increased lockdown levels into consideration, especially if province specific lockdowns are implemented by national government (eg: Gauteng moves to a higher lockdown level than the Western Cape). This may mean that you will not be able to return to the Western Cape once your travel is concluded.

· CPUT has a proven track record of providing first rate health and safety care to its students in residence during lockdown, and this recess will be no different. Any student who may wish to stay in residence during this time must report their willingness to do so to their Residence Coordinator, and accommodation arrangements will be made by the relevant Campus Housing officials.

· Students who decide to remain in the residences, must note that during this period, no visiting hours will be permitted. This is in line with the institution’s additional measures to ensure the safety of all. There will be strict management of this during this period, and students are encouraged to respect the rules.

· Students who leave residence accommodation, and hope to return after the break, will also be subject to CPUT’s 10-day quarantine protocol and they must factor this into any of their return plans.

CPUT’s Vaccination Centre, based at the Bellville campus, will be fully operational during the recess and staff members who fall into eligible categories for vaccination jabs will be able to access the facility. We are awaiting a national announcement, (most likely during the recess) regarding the opening of further categories eligible for vaccination.

The COVID-19 Health Cluster will continue to meet during the recess, and an updated contingency plan for the lockdown level prevailing at that time will be released closer to the end of the break. Staff and students must continue to monitor newsflash messages for information related to any lockdown changes which may affect the re-opening of campus after recess.

We are aware that a limited number of students, mainly in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment, may require registration at the start of the second semester. Please note that those registrations will take place online.

Kind Regards
COVID-19 Health Cluster

COVID-19 Protocol for Academic Recess:

Dear Staff and Students

Today the institution concludes the first semester of the academic year and the university will be closing for a three-week academic recess. This break happens as the country braces itself against the onslaught of the third wave of COVID-19 infections. It is looking increasingly likely that the virus will reach its peak in third wave infections during the recess and speculation is mounting that a national tightening in lockdown levels may be looming. CPUT’s COVID-19 Health Cluster is taking every precaution to protect the institution against a surge in infections and staff and students are asked to please take the following information into consideration;

Staff:

· Wherever operationally possible, line managers are asked to make work-from-home options available to administrative staff, especially during the recess period.

· Work arrangements for front-line and essential staff members must continue to take social distancing requirements into consideration. If a potential revised lockdown level requires changes to these work arrangements, these will be communicated by the respective line managers.

· Staff members should please limit travel to destinations outside the Western Cape since any return to work may be subject to a compulsory 10-day quarantine period.

Students:

· Students who may be considering trips to destinations outside the Western Cape may need to take the possibility of increased lockdown levels into consideration, especially if province specific lockdowns are implemented by national government (eg: Gauteng moves to a higher lockdown level than the Western Cape). This may mean that you will not be able to return to the Western Cape once your travel is concluded.

· CPUT has a proven track record of providing first rate health and safety care to its students in residence during lockdown, and this recess will be no different. Any student who may wish to stay in residence during this time must report their willingness to do so to their Residence Coordinator, and accommodation arrangements will be made by the relevant Campus Housing officials.

· Students who decide to remain in the residences, must note that during this period, no visiting hours will be permitted. This is in line with the institution’s additional measures to ensure the safety of all. There will be strict management of this during this period, and students are encouraged to respect the rules.

· Students who leave residence accommodation, and hope to return after the break, will also be subject to CPUT’s 10-day quarantine protocol and they must factor this into any of their return plans.

CPUT’s Vaccination Centre, based at the Bellville campus, will be fully operational during the recess and staff members who fall into eligible categories for vaccination jabs will be able to access the facility. We are awaiting a national announcement, (most likely during the recess) regarding the opening of further categories eligible for vaccination.

The COVID-19 Health Cluster will continue to meet during the recess, and an updated contingency plan for the lockdown level prevailing at that time will be released closer to the end of the break. Staff and students must continue to monitor newsflash messages for information related to any lockdown changes which may affect the re-opening of campus after recess.

We are aware that a limited number of students, mainly in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment, may require registration at the start of the second semester. Please note that those registrations will take place online.

Kind Regards
COVID-19 Health Cluster

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