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UCT master’s candidate brings plays to life
UCT master’s candidate Nwabisa Plaatjie brings to life two Alice Childress plays as part of the Baxter’s Women’s Month celebrations – with discounts for UCT staff and students.
26 Aug 2019
Championing Muslim women’s religious authority
The Gender Ethics and Religious Authority 2019 Programme, from 18 to 25 August, imagines a different future for women’s religious leadership.
16 Aug 2019
How human diversity evolved
Professor Rebecca Ackermann will present her inaugural lecture, titled “The evolution of human diversity: The relative roles of chance, adaptation and ancient sex”, on 14 August.
06 Aug 2019
Karin Murris inaugural lecture
Karin Murris, professor in the field of pedagogy and philosophy at the School of Education, will present her inaugural lecture on 5 September.
28 Aug 2018
Enhancing the learning of anatomy
In a paper recently published in Anatomical Sciences Education, UCT academics reveal how students can better learn anatomy using observation, touch and drawing.
24 Aug 2018
Mental health colloquium for students
As part of the Student Wellness Service’s health promotion week, students are invited to a mental health colloquium on 15 August in Memorial Hall.
13 Aug 2018
Fuller gears up for 90th celebrations
The Fuller Hall community of students and alumni is gearing up to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the women's residence on Saturday, 11 August.
08 Aug 2018
Solution Space fintech start-up weekend
The Graduate School of Business Solution Space and MTN will host a fintech start-up weekend in Cape Town from 17 to 19 August.
07 Aug 2018
Zabalaza enters its eighth year
Applications for the eighth annual Zabalaza Festival are now open. This preeminent development theatre festival showcases stunning new talent.
28 Aug 2017
Key Chapter award for Golden Key
The UCT Golden Key Society recently won a Key Chapter award at the Golden Key International Summit in Las Vegas.
23 Aug 2017
International AIDS Symposium
Representatives from the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation (DTHF) presented cutting-edge research at the International AIDS Symposium (IAS) Conference 2017.
21 Aug 2017
The Fall shines at Edinburgh Fringe
The student-led production The Fall has won two awards at the prestigious Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
15 Aug 2017
Stop the war on womxn’s bodies
The Silent Protest, which takes place at UCT on 29 August, seeks to highlight gender-based violence in South Africa and to demonstrate solidarity with survivors.
14 Aug 2017
Launch of medical mycology unit
The new GBP600 000 AFGrica Unit in Medical Mycology will be launched on 11 August at the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine, where it will be based.
07 Aug 2017
Prolific Fagan wins gold
UCT’s Professor Johannes Fagan was one of six ENT surgeons recently awarded a gold medal by the International Federation of Otolaryngology Societies.
04 Aug 2017
Could the tide be turning for women in business?
This Women’s Month, the UCT Graduate School of Business celebrates those women who have blazed the trail and encourages more to follow in their footsteps.
02 Aug 2017
Levy Sekgapane wins the World Opera Competition
Levy Sekgapane, a recent graduate of the University of Cape Town Opera School, won the 2017 Operalia competition in Astana, Kazakhstan, on 29 July.
01 Aug 2017
Virtual interview room for students
31 Aug 2016