UCT's The Cape Town Globalist magazine, an undergraduate international affairs publication, is growing bigger and better.
The latest issue, launched on 13 October, has wider circulation than before, and the content is more varied. And it comes with a twist.
"We have looked at serious issues and tackled them in a way that's accessible to students across the board," explained Murray Hunter, a fourth-year student in media theory and the magazine's editor-in-chief. UCT is one of nine universities around the world to produce a Globalist, and the only one in Africa. Hunter says their coverage is "Afro-centric".
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