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Aspiring StudentPreneurs at CUT Provide Real-Life Solutions



Aspiring StudentPreneurs at CUT Provide Real-Life Solutions

Aspiring StudentPreneurs at CUT Provide Real-Life Solutions. Entrepreneurship education and development have become fundamental pillars of CUT’s academic framework. As one of the pioneering institutions to integrate a robust entrepreneurial focus into its curriculum, CUT has garnered recognition as a trailblazer in entrepreneurship education.

This commitment was evident at the Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology Competition held by the i-GYM on June 22, 2024.

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Fostering Innovation

During the competition, students were encouraged to submit and showcase their innovative projects aimed at addressing real-life problems. Over 100 ingenious ideas were submitted, reflecting the students’ creativity and passion for making a tangible difference in society.

Through such initiatives, CUT equips its students with invaluable problem-solving skills, nurturing their ability to conceive and implement innovative solutions.

Guidance and Mentorship

Selected students were granted the opportunity to present their projects to a panel of esteemed judges comprising industry experts and academic professionals. Beyond adjudication, the judges provided constructive feedback, guiding the students on refining their inventions and honing their presentation skills.

This mentorship not only enhances the quality of the projects but also empowers students with invaluable insights into the entrepreneurial process.

Celebrating Excellence

Out of the numerous projects presented, only the most promising innovations were recognized. Mandisa Adonis claimed the top position with her groundbreaking ‘Trolley 360’ concept, followed by Muller Kotze ‘Leak-proof taps’ idea securing the second spot.

Ntokozo Langa invention of a ‘Reusable/disposable female Urine Collector holder’ earned the third place, while Tankiso Selemela, Atamelang Keitebetse, Tshepang Moselesele, and Tshediso Motleleng’s ‘Hand clap activated toilet flush’ invention clinched the fourth position. Josh Arnold and Kieran Tyler Warley rounded off the top five with their project, ‘The Easy-Flushy, for the home installer.’


The success of these studentpreneurs underscores CUT’s unwavering commitment to nurturing entrepreneurial talent and fostering innovation. By providing a platform for students to translate their ideas into tangible solutions, CUT not only enriches the academic experience but also empowers the next generation of innovators and change-makers.

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