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Disability Service hosts information session
UCT’s Disability Service unit will host an information session on upper campus on Thursday, 1 December.
30 Nov 2022
UCT brewing team brings the cup home
The UCT Brewing Team from the Department of Chemical Engineering has brought the Intervarsity Brewing Cup back to UCT.
08 Nov 2022
Online launch of the Climate Transparency Report 2020
The online launch of the Climate Transparency Report 2020 will take place on Wednesday, 18 November 2020, from 15:00 to 15:30.
13 Nov 2020
Women in Global Health
Silindile Ngcobo, a PhD candidate in biomaterials at UCT’s Department of Surgery, recently took part in the 2019 Women in Global Health Conference in Rwanda.
22 Nov 2019
UCT’s Mpumelelo Mhlongo breaks own world record
University of Cape Town star sprinter Mpumelelo Mhlongo has broken his own world record at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
12 Nov 2019
Talking ‘white fragility’ with Robin DiAngelo
Sociologist, academic and author of the bestseller White Fragility, Dr Robin DiAngelo, will be part of a moderated discussion at UCT on Monday, 11 November.
07 Nov 2019
UCT Summer School 2020
Booking is now open for UCT’s 2020 Summer School, which will run from 6 to 25 January next year.
06 Nov 2019
Sustainability seminar series launch
On 13 November UCT will host the first of its lunchtime sustainability seminars, a series that looks set to shape the university’s responses to sustainability issues.
04 Nov 2019
International certification for DataFirst
UCT’s research data service DataFirst has become the only internationally-certified African repository, after being awarded a CoreTrustSeal endorsement.
29 Nov 2018
VC welcomes Young Global Leaders
VC Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng was on hand to welcome 35 Young Global Leaders to the World Economic Forum-UCT inaugural education module.
26 Nov 2018
‘Immersive’ dance production for Little Theatre
A story of “insatiable desire”, And then… is a new production that opens at the Little Theatre on 28 November, featuring Jackï Job’s signature innovative dance language.
22 Nov 2018
Live stream: Unpacking violence within families
UCT’s Children’s Institute will host a live stream of a symposium unpacking the impact of violence within families on 21 November.
16 Nov 2018
Two-part textiles exhibition
UCT’s Irma Stern Museum will host Artist’s Textiles, a group exhibition curated by artist David Bellamy from 17 November.
12 Nov 2018
Poetry and musical tribute
UCT’s Irma Stern Museum will host WWl Centenary: A Poetry and Musical Tribute on 10 November.
05 Nov 2018
50th anniversary of the first human heart transplant
This weekend UCT celebrates the 50th anniversary of the world’s first human heart transplant, which took place at Groote Schuur Hospital.
29 Nov 2017
Fish stock assessment
The annual International Stock Assessment review workshop will be taking place at the University of Cape Town from 27 November to 1 December.
27 Nov 2017
Photographs from Boyhood
A collection of photographs taken by a 16-year-old JM Coetzee surfaced recently and will be on display at the UCT Irma Stern Museum.
22 Nov 2017
Auditor General to speak at GSB
The Auditor General of South Africa, Kimi Makwetu, is next up for the Graduate School of Business’s Distinguished Speaker Programme on 16 November.
14 Nov 2017