An honorary doctorate for Kaizer Motaung, founder of Kaizer Chiefs Football Club

25 July 2022 | Director Ruairi Abrahams. Videography DIG. Video Edit Ruairi Abrahams. Photo Je’nine May.

Kaizer Motaung, founder of the renowned Kaizer Chiefs Football Club received an honorary doctorate on Friday, 22 July during the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) first live and in person PhD graduation ceremony since the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Motaung played a crucial role in the establishment of the South African Premier Soccer League. His contributions have impacted positively in the lives of ordinary South Africans for whom Kaizer Chiefs symbolises hope, dignity and togetherness.


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PhD Graduation July 2022

 

The July 2022 PhD candidates graduated on Friday, 22 July 2022 at their faculty’s graduation ceremony as per the published schedule available on the graduation page on the UCT Students website. Ceremonies were livestreamed on the website, and video recordings are now available on this feature page and on UCT’s YouTube channel.

We are excited to see our UCT graduates unleash their potential for a fair and just society. Join in with the celebrations on social media by using the #UCTGrad2022 hashtag.

 

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