Graduation April 2019
 

Graduation stories


Best of Grad April 2019 In what VC Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng called a “true African celebration”, more than 5 000 students were capped in 14 graduation ceremonies from 10 to 18 April. 18 Apr 2019
‘We are a people for whom others have died’ Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba shared wise words with Humanities graduands during the morning graduation ceremony on 18 April. 18 Apr 2019
Faculty of Commerce graduation ceremony – 18 April 2019 at 14:00 Students from the Faculty of Commerce were robed at a graduation ceremony at 14:00 on 18 April. 18 Apr 2019
Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, guest speaker Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, who received his PhD from UCT in 2009, was the guest speaker at the Faculty of Humanities graduation ceremony at 09:30 on Thursday, 18 April 2019. 18 Apr 2019
 
 


 

Bookshelf

 
Acts of Transgression
Mental Disorders Around the World: Facts and Figures from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys
Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Global Perspectives from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys
Geological Adventures in the Fairest Cape:  Unlocking the Secrets of its Scenery
The Coroner's Wife
Building a Capable State: Service Delivery in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Ottoman Traces in Southern Africa: The Impact of Turkish Emissaries and Muslim Theologians
Creativity Explained: From Music and Art to Innovation in Business
Media, Geopolitics and Power: A View from the Global South
The Pain of Being a Woman: An in-depth research on recovery from sexual assault trauma
Retrenchment Law in South Africa
The Politics of Nature and Science in Southern Africa
The Equal Society: Essays on Equality in Theory and Practice
The Early Modern Global South in Print
The Visual Politics of Wars
Transnational Worlds of Power Journal: Proliferation of Journalism & Professional Standards Vol. 1. No. 1 2015
State/Society Synergy in Philippi, Cape Town
Communicating @ Work
Industrial Crystallization: Fundamentals and Applications
Principles of Criminal Law
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