The Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof Njabulo S Ndebele; the Minister of Arts and Culture, Dr Pallo Jordan; and the Director General, Prof Itumeleng Mosala, will host the Minister's Culture Forum in the Jameson Hall on Friday, September 15. The topic for discussion will be Macro-social Trends in South Africa - Implications for South African culture and identity. The guest speaker will be Joel Netshitenzhe. There may be an opportunity for UCT staff and students to attend this function (the forum takes place during a dinner), if room becomes available. If you would like to be considered for the guest list, please email your name and contact details to Rosina van de Rheede. Please note that this will not guarantee you a place. But if the organisers are able to accommodate you, you will be notified two days before the event.
Please note that the UCT Retirement Fund (UCTRF) will hold their second annual general meeting on Thursday, September 14 at 12h45 for 13h00 to 14h00 in the Seminar Room, Chemical Engineering Building, upper campus. The agenda includes the presentation of annual financial statements, the actuarial valuation, the investment performance of the fund to date, communication to members, and the surplus apportionment scheme. Please make the effort to come and hear how your fund is doing. It is also your opportunity to ask questions and meet the trustees and principal officer.
Monday paper schedule
Please note that because of the university break and public holiday coming up, Monday Paper will not appear on September 11, September 18 or September 26 (Monday, September 25, is Heritage Day). From Monday, October 2, there will be an unbroken run until Monday, December 11, which will be our graduation edition.
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