The June graduation ceremonies take place this Thursday,
Professor Dele Amosun of the Division of Physiotherapy will deliver his inaugural lecture, titled An Introspection of Physiotherapy Education in Africa, on Wednesday, June 21. Amosun joined UCT in July 2001 as an associate professor, and was promoted to professor in 2005. For his lecture, Amosun will explore the developments in physiotherapy education in Africa in the attempt to address the needs relating to disability on the continent. The inaugural will be held in the Student Learning Centre Lecture Theatre in the Anatomy Building at the medical school. Please RSVP for catering purposes to the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies on tel
Exhibitions at Irma Stern Museum
An exhibition of crafts illustrating the effort by craftsmen to keep tradition alive in a world where they are fast disappearing will open on
Athol Fugard's latest play at the Baxter
Athol Fugard's play Booitjie and the Oubaas opens at the Baxter Theater Centre from July 19 to August 12, after its world premier at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. Directed by Janice Honeyman, the play is the heart-warming story of Gerhardus Strydom, a farmer who suffers a stroke and Booitjie Barends who is employed to look after him.
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