For Women’s Month, the university’s focus is on celebrating womxn and womxn’s achievements.
UCT is taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, and this page will feature the latest news and updates for the UCT community.
During the Sanlam Cape Town Virtual Marathon on 18 October, UCT’s Surgical Society will raise funds for the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.
The UCT Surgical Society has partnered with Communicare to provide elderly residents with companionship during the national lockdown.
The Outliers organisation has distributed more than 20 000 educational packs during lockdown to learners in some of the Western Cape’s most under-resourced communities.
UCT’s Prof Kelly Chibale said the development of a COVID-19 vaccine provides Africa with the opportunity to join forces against the pandemic and highlight its scientific leadership.
An early warning diagnostic tool developed by UCT’s Prof Amit Mishra holds hope for the country’s small- and medium-scale farmers, many of whom are black women.
We have already invited many of you to take the first steps with us on a journey that will see the creation of a new strategy for our institution.
In a rapidly evolving world, UCT Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng said reinvention is necessary for UCT to remain competitive and sustainable.
UCT’s Vision 2030 takes a future-focused approach that has elicited excitement from the community at the prospect of what the university can collectively achieve.
During the fifth virtual Vision 2030 staff engagement session, UCT’s chief operating officer outlined what is necessary to realise the university’s dream.
DVC for Transformation Professor Loretta Feris discussed UCT transformation goals and strategies during a recent Vision 2030 engagement session with staff.
In a recent Vision 2030 staff engagement session, UCT’s DVC for Teaching and Learning said providing future-oriented education is one of her portfolio’s goals.
In a second Vision 2030 engagement session with staff, DVC Prof Sue Harrison discussed how UCT will address its transformation purpose through research.
A series of six virtual engagements with staff has begun to introduce UCT’s proposed Vision 2030 to the university community.
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