Motse Kapa- Cape Peninsula Yunibesity ya Theknolotši ba re tsebitše ka go hlongwa ga Dr Chris Nhlapo bjale ka mokanselara wa bona yo moswa.
Taba e e tlile ka modulasetulo wa CPUT, Nogolide Nojozi. Yena ore Nhlapo o hlomilwe morago ga: “an extensive and robust selection process, which was transparent, inclusive and credible, in order to guarantee a fair outcome”. Nojozi ore ba hirile setsibi sa kalatšo. Ba tšwela pele ka go kgopela gore bao ba tsomago mošomo o, ba ipolele pele ga dihlatsi tša yunibesity. Go sekaseka pheto ya bona, ba tshweri dipoledišano le bakgethwa.
Nhlapo ruri ga se motšwa ntle go yunibesithi e. O ile a hlongwa bjale ka motšhwara setulo sa mokanselara ge Dr Prins Nevhutalu a kubetšwe maitshwaro a mabe. Nevhutalu o tlogetše modiro pele a ka kubjwa.
Nhlapo otla hlahla Yunibesithi mengwageng etshela ye e latelago.
Cape Town – The Cape Peninsula University of Technology has announced Dr Chris Nhlapo as the new Vice Chancellor.
In a statement released by the chairperson of CPUT Council, Nogolide Nojozi, the univeristy said that Nhlapo was appointed after the ” university embarked on an extensive and robust selection process, which was transparent, inclusive and credible, in order to guarantee a fair outcome. Nojozi said that this incuded hiring of an executive recruitment specialist, a public presentation by the shortlisted candidates to the university community and an interview process by a diverse panel of different stakeholders.
Nhlapo is no stranger to the university after having served as the acting Vice Chancellor following the suspension and subsequent resignation of Dr Prins Nevhutalu after a disciplinary hearing found him guilty of gross misconduct. Nevhutalu resigned before a sanction could be recommended.
Nhlapo will head the University for a six year term.