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Migrating courses from Vula to Amathuba for 2023
25 Aug 2022
The 2022 TB Davie Memorial Lecture and other updates
The annual TB Davie Memorial Lecture will take place on Wednesday, 24 August.
24 Aug 2022
2022 UCT Teaching and Learning Conference
Professor Harsha Kathard writes to the UCT community about the Teaching and Learning Conference 2022.
16 Aug 2022
In Remembrance: Dyhaan Omar
The UCT Executive team writes to the UCT community about the passing of Dyhaan Omar (19).
16 Aug 2022
Teaching and Learning Framework and other updates
The University of Cape Town (UCT) has readjusted its Teaching and Learning Framework following the repealing of COVID-19 regulations.
12 Aug 2022
The 2022 TB Davie Memorial Lecture
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about the 2022 TB Davie Memorial Lecture.
11 Aug 2022
VC’s five-month sabbatical
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about her five-month sabbatical.
10 Aug 2022
In remembrance: Matthew Kyle Swartz
The UCT Executive team writes to the UCT community about the passing of Matthew Kyle Swartz (23).
08 Aug 2022
In remembrance: Nokubonga Madikane
The UCT Executive team writes to the UCT community about the passing of Ms Nokubonga Madikane (42)
05 Aug 2022
Update on Reimagining Jagger Library
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community with an update about progress towards rebuilding and recovering from the fire of April 2021.
04 Aug 2022
Forthcoming CHE institutional audit site visit
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about the preparations for the forthcoming Council on Higher Education (CHE) institutional audit site visit.
02 Aug 2022
The UCT Community of Hope Vaccination Centre to open on 1 September 2021
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about the UCT Community of Hope Vaccination Centre to open on 1 September 2021.
31 Aug 2021
Taking action against SGBV and other updates
On a week when the University of Cape Town is marking the second anniversary of the murder of Uyinene Mrwetyana and just days after University of Fort Hare student Nosicelo Mtebeni was killed – both due to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) – UCT is involved in two SGBV campaigns.
25 Aug 2021
What action are you taking against SGBV?
VC Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about SGBV.
24 Aug 2021
The 2021 TB Davie Memorial Lecture and other updates
The annual TB Davie Memorial Lecture will take place on Wednesday, 25 August.
19 Aug 2021
Information about COVID-19 testing, medical leave and vaccinations
VC Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about COVID-19 testing, medical leave and vaccinations.
16 Aug 2021
Virtual Womxn’s Day celebration and other updates
The annual Womxn’s Day celebration event will be held virtually this month, while the vaccination programme in the Post-School Education and Training (PSET) sector has been extended until 6 August.
04 Aug 2021
Responding to Level 2 COVID-19 regulations
VC Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng writes to the UCT community about COVID-19 Level 2 regulations.
31 Aug 2020