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A creative book by art scholars Nkule Mabaso and Associate Professor Nomusa Makhubu has won a prestigious humanities and social sciences award.
UCT’s Division of Haematology is committed to training young haematologists and boosting the alarmingly low number of specialists in this field on the continent.
Leading critical race scholar Professor Rozena Maart led a two-day workshop on race, writing and difference.
UCT’s new online orientation course introduces first-year residence students to environmental sustainability on campus and beyond.
Renowned Professor of Economics Abhijit Banerjee presented the first UCT Vice-Chancellor’s Open Lecture for 2021 on Thursday, 29 April.
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