CUT gives priority to its transformation project goals at the 2nd Transformation Summit
DATE: 28 November 2019
AUTHOR: CPUT Online
More than two decades into the democracy and there are still some gaps in the South African society, from economic participation, equality in the workplace and even in the Higher Education space. However, the transformation agenda in the country has gained momentum as citizens and institutions are trying to bridge gaps and create an equal and fruitful country for all who lives in it.
The Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) hosted its 2nd Transformation Summit on 20 November 2019. The purpose of the summit is to educate both internal and external stakeholders about the institution’s transformation plan and commitment and to also give a broader reflection on what has been achieved in this regard. Critical issues such as gender-based violence and Soudien report were also explored.
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