How to find things at Lost & Found
The Lost & Found Property Office falls under the control of the Security Systems Administration, and is based in the basement of the Robert Leslie Social Science Building. It is a storage for all goods handed in by members of the university community who may have found an item that does not belong to them. They would normally hand the item over to any one of the Campus Protection Services offices around campus. The item is then entered into a database with as many details as possible. Every attempt is made to locate the owner where that person's details are known. Otherwise, it is kept in safekeeping for a period of three months. If after the three months there is no claimant for the property, the goods are disposed of, either by being sold at a reduced price, or, if the item is not worth selling, it is either donated to some worthy cause or it is dumped. For more information, please contact the Lost & Found Property Office at tel
Skills focus at Winter School
UCT's Centre for Extra-Mural Studies' annual Winter School (June 27 to July 15) is offering 18 short courses focusing on building the capacity of staff in non-profit and development organisations. Areas covered include project management, recruitment, selection and dismissal, presentation, polishing your English, Xhosa language and culture, web-publishing, making sense of numbers, and writing training materials. Also on offer is a series of courses in fiction and crime writing, performance poetry, scriptwriting for different media, photojournalism and travel writing, practical instruction in self-editing and negotiating publishing contracts, courses in Photoshop, drawing and painting, and an introduction to art therapy, and language courses in Italian and Xhosa. For more details call tel
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