Research led by UCT’s Siyaphambili Project revealed large increases in dropout rates, mainly at historically disadvantaged universities, merger and new institutions in 2020.
UCT’s first indigenous healthcare advisor talks about her journey to understanding her ancestral calling and the importance of an integrated wellness service for students.
UCT’s d-school Afrika has raked in more accolades, being awarded a 6 Star Green Star Rating and three SAPOA awards in one month.
For the second time this year, the UCT Irma Stern Musuem will host the Rethinking Irma Stern exhibition.
Two reports recently published by the Family Caregiving of Older Persons in Southern Africa Programme outline how funding for elder care is structured and changing in South Africa.
For Women’s Month, the university’s focus is on celebrating womxn and womxn’s achievements.
The Western Cape’s oldest township, KwaLanga, is marking its centenary in April 2023, presenting an opportunity to reflect on the township’s rich history and heritage.
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