This campus announcement aims to inform the University of Cape Town (UCT) community about recent developments on campus.
1. The Bongani Mayosi Legacy Projects
UCT is celebrating and honouring the legacy of the late Professor Bongani Mayosi through a collection of initiatives under the banner of the Bongani Mayosi Legacy Project. These include a library project, and a permanent exhibition of his work, to name a few.
In addition, the launch of the Legacy Project on 28 January, which would have been Professor Mayosi’s 53rd birthday, marked the first of UCT’s annual lectures in his honour as well as the renaming of the Health Sciences library to the Bongani Mayosi Health Sciences Library.
2. Sutherland reburial process
UCT is continuing with engagements relating to the Sutherland reburial process. The latest activities took place in Sutherland from 24 to 26 January 2020 during a visit by a UCT delegation and the Northern Cape San leadership. These included a visit by the families and the San leadership to the cemetery where the remains were originally buried, and another presentation by UCT on the results of the scientific study conducted at the request of the families. Engagements relating to the Sutherland restoration process are scheduled to continue next month. No reburial date has been finalised at this stage.
3. Staff parking discs
Staff parking tariffs have been increased for 2020. A red disc will cost R1 788 and a yellow disc R1 116. The new discs will be available next week. Applicants need to complete a TA01 application form, which can be submitted through internal mail or handed in at the Traffic Administration Office. Please note that no scanned copies will be accepted.
4. Inclusive Practice Speaker Series
Western Cape universities are co-hosting an Inclusive Practice Speaker Series this year, with UCT hosting the first public seminar in the series at the Hoerikwaggo Lecture Theatre on 3 February at 14:30. The series will bring together practitioners, scholars and civil society organisations to share leading practice that is provoking new ways of doing and thinking about transformation.
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