19 May 2002

Baxter Main Theatre

Until 25 May: Big Stakes & Slap Chips directed by David Kramer. Tues-Fri 20h00, Sat 18h00 & 20h15

Baxter Sanlam Studio

8-18 May: The Comical Tragedy. Directed by Laura Bye, stars Gaeten Schmid. 20h15
8-18 May: The Cape Comedy Collective's Kurt Schoonraad. Nightly 22h00 except 13 May
12 May: Playground performed readings: The Greens Keeper by Damon Galgut. Programme Enq: Christine Crouse 6803964: Info on PlayGround 4221639 (Lara Bye) 4470854 (Warick Grier)
19 May: Playground performed readings: April Miss Dolly by Kobus Moolman. Contact nos. as above.

Baxter Concert Hall

7 May: UCT String Ensemble Conductor: Anmari van der Westhuizen. Prog includes Vivaldi's Concerto for 4 violins. 20h15
11 May: Music is Fun – Opera. Programme of operatic extracts for the young & young-at-heart. 15h00
13 May: Cape Town Concert Series: Suren Bagratuni (cello) & Malcolm Nay (piano). Works by J S Bach, Debussy, Cassado & Brahms. 20h00. Enq: Gillian Lindner 6502640 or email or
14 May: An Opera Kaleidoscope. Operatic extracts with piano accompaniment, programme devised and directed by Angelo Gobbato.

Hiddingh Campus:
The Little Theatre

14-18 May: The Fantasticks. Music: Harvey Schmidt; Book & Lyrics Tom Jones; Musical Dir. Danie Fourie; Director: Geoffrey Hyland. Bookings 4807129 or


7 May: Psychiatry & Mental Health Problem Case Conference. Auditorium, Education Bdg, Valkenberg Hosp. 12h45. Enq: 4042164
7 May: CREE seminar Smile nicely, make the tea – but will I ever be taken seriously? EBE students' experiences of vacation work. Dr Jenni Case and Mr Jeff Jawitz. EM5, Menzies Building, UCT. 15h30-16h30
8 May: GSH/CAS seminar: Rape, Race and Rhetoric: Constructing narratives of sexual violence in South Africa. Helen Moffett. The Gallery, CAS., Oppenheimer Instit. Bdg. 13h00-14h00
8 May: Medical History seminar Medicalised Maternity – The politics and context of hospitalised childbearing in SA. Dr Catherine E Burns. (Univ. of Natal) Library Training & seminar Rm, Level 8, Medical Library, UCT Med. Sch. 16h30
9 May: Social Anthropology UCT & Anthropology & Sociology UWC seminar: The role of the traditional leader among the Khomani San: historical evidence and present ethnographic review. William Ellis (UWC). Dept of Social Anthropology Seminar Room 5.21 Arts Bdg UCT. 14h00. All welcome
9 May: HIV/AIDS Unit seminar on Anti-retroviral Treatment. Mandy Govender. Cottage 5, Protem Campus 13h00-14h30. RSVP to Mandy on 3863 by 8 May. (also on 23 May)
9 May: Medicine forum White Men and the Crisis of Identity. Prof B Cooper. LT2 (upper), New GSH. 16h00
9 May: Philosophy seminar Hegel on Property, Civil Society and Social Change. Prof Yannis Plangesis (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki) Philosophy Department Common Room 6.26 at 13h30-15h00
14 May: AGI and UWC Dept History seminar Rethinking efundula (female initiation): gender and history in Owambo, Northern Namibia. Patricia Hayes (UWC) Graduate Sch. Of Humanities Seminar Room, 13h00-14h00
14 May: Psychiatry & Mental Health Social Phobia and Psychosis – is there an association? Dr D Wilson. Auditorium, Education Bdg. Valkenberg Hosp. 12h45. Enq: 4042164
15 May: GSH/CAS seminars Making Home in the New South Africa. Fiona Ross. CAS Gallery, Oppenheimer Institute Bdg. 13h00-14h00
15 May: Information Systems seminar The Design of an e-Commerce Course for Final Year Information Systems Students. Dr Eric Cloete. Leslie Commerce Bldg. Room 6.14. 12h30-13h30. Enq: 6504028
16 May: Medicine forum. MEDMICRO. LT2 (upper), New GSH. 16h00
16 May: Social Anthropology UCT/Anthropology & Sociology UWC seminar The poor, the primitive and the highly indebted. A review of SADC Human Development. Dr Owen Sichone. Dept. Social Anthropology Seminar Rm 5.21 Arts Bdg, UCT. 14h00 All welcome
17 May: Chemical Engineering seminar Combinatorial and Parallel Synthesis Chemistry: new opportunities for discovery of Catalysts, Drugs, Enzymes and New Materials. Pauline Bettison. LT1, Chem Eng Dept 15h30


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Ceramic Sculpture Short Courses 2002: At Michaelis School of Fine Art:
First Semester
Course IV: Portraiture – 8 classes
Dates: May 28, 30; June 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20
Enquiries and/or enrolment: Delise Reich 021 4233437

ICTS Courses: 9-10 May: Powerpoint 97/2000; am
13-16 May: Excel 97/2000; am
13-17 May: Arcview; pm
15-16 May: Frontpage 2000; pm
20-21 May: Web Design Advanced; am
22 May: Upgrading to Office XP; am
22 May: Managing Files and folders; pm
23 May: Marks Proc. For Heritage; am
24 May: Marks Proc. For Heritage; am
27-30 May: Word 97/2000; am

A practical introduction into Recombinant DNA 3-7 June 2002: Fee: R1000 (inc materials, fee, notes, lunches and teas). Venue: Cape Technicon & UCT Med. School: Contact: Dr Jeanne Rousseau:, x6240: Presented by: Centre for Continuing Education & Faculty of Applied Sciences, Cape Technicon. 35 CPD credits


June 19/20 2002: 2nd International Health Conference: Reshaping the Nursing Landscape. Sandton Crowne Plaza, Sandton, Johannesburg. Full details: (011) 7281675 or


8 May: Life, Inc. Prof Philippe-Joseph Salazar, Distinguished Professor in Humane Letters, Centre for Rhetoric Studies. Lecture Theatre 1, Kramer Building, Stanley Rd, Middle Campus. 20h00. Coffee & refreshments will be served in courtyard after lecture. Pls RSVP for catering purposes to 6502888
29 May: Prof Ogunlade Davidson, Energy & Development Research
31 July: Prof Raymond Abratt, Radiation Oncology. Improving care and cure of patients with cancer – multiple collaborations.
28 August: Prof Adrian Bosenberg, Department of Anaesthesia
11 Sept: Prof Crain Soudien, Dept of Education
25 Sept: Prof Malcolm Payne, Michaelis School of Fine Art
9 October: Prof Paul van Rensburg, School of Management Studies
16 October: Prof Melvin Ayogu, School of Economics.


Academic Posts At GSB

Allan Gray Chair of Business Administration in Strategy, Tel: 650-2220. 17 May
Senior Lecturer: Human Resources, Tel: 650-3003; 17 May
Senior Lectuere: Finance, Tel: 650-2192. 17 May

Administrative Support posts

Student Recruitment Manager, REMO (PC 11); Tel: 650-2192. 10 May
Librarian: Niven Library, Percy Fitzpatrick Institute of African Ornithology (PC 8); Tel: 650-3291. 8 May
Database Administrator, GSB (PC 7); Tel: 406-1460. 6 May
Accounts Office Administrator, GSB (PC 7); Tel: 406-1460. 6 May

For UCT staff only

Summer Term Convenor, Faculty of Humanities (contract post); Tel: 650-4216 (only open to Humanities staff). 24 May

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