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CMD scoops eight Silver Quill awards
CMD’s Newsroom scooped eight IABC Silver Quill awards – two Excellence and six Merit – putting the department in the top ranks of the African region’s business communicators.
03 Oct 2019
Rainbow Week 2019: celebrating inclusivity
Rainbow UCT and the Office for Inclusivity and Change will be hosting Rainbow Week from 7 to 11 October in celebration of inclusivity across UCT.
02 Oct 2019
Social Responsiveness Award: Nominations deadline
All nominations and applications for the 2018 Social Responsiveness Award must be submitted by Friday 2 November.
29 Oct 2018
‘Star’ artists support Michaelis fundraiser
Art “stars” like William Kentridge, Penny Siopis, Athi-Patra Ruga and Jane Alexander have donated significant works for auction on 17 October to benefit disadvantaged Michaelis students.
15 Oct 2018
VC’s message to matrics
As matric exams 2018 kick off today, VC Mamokgethi Phakeng is candid in her appeal to learners to choose UCT for their post-school studies.
15 Oct 2018
Smuts Hall 90th anniversary weekend
Smuts Hall men’s residence, named after UCT’s former Chancellor Jan Smuts, will hold a weekend reunion this month to celebrate its 90th anniversary.
11 Oct 2018
Neil Armitage Inaugural Lecture
Deputy director of the Future Water research institute Professor Neil Armitage will deliver the VC’s Inaugural Lecture on 17 October.
09 Oct 2018
Mental health roundtable
Actress and TV host Bonnie Mbuli will join a panel of other high-profile guests for an event to mark World Mental Health Day on Wednesday, 10 October.
03 Oct 2018
Tshilidzi Marwala Open Lecture
Vice-Chancellor and principal of the University of Johannesburg, Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, will deliver the VC Open Lecture at UCT on 9 October.
02 Oct 2018
Prof Mayosi elected to US National Academy of Medicine
The dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Professor Bongani Mayosi, has been elected to the US National Academy of Medicine.
20 Oct 2017
Dance that packs a punch
Choreographer, dance artist and activist Mamela Nyamza brings a confrontational double bill to the Baxter.
18 Oct 2017
Frans Mamabolo from UCT’s Sports Centre invites you to join the new lunchtime aerobics classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
16 Oct 2017
2016/17 research report launched
Research & Innovation 2016/17 – UCT’s annual research report, which highlights the university’s research over the past year – was launched on 10 October.
13 Oct 2017
Michaelis Silent Auction
The Michaelis School of Fine Art will be hosting their final Silent Auction of the year at the SMITH contemporary art gallery on 16 October.
11 Oct 2017
Love and madness
On 17 October UCT’s Disability Service will be hosting Rahla Xenopolous for a talk about her journey with bipolar disorder.
06 Oct 2017
Mental health: economy, equality and access
Join the Alan J Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health on Tuesday, 3 October, for a panel discussion on mental health in South Africa.
02 Oct 2017
What is a mind?
28 Oct 2016
Prestigious fellowship for Gumedze
Dr Freedom Gumedze of the Department of Statistical Sciences has been awarded a Newton Advanced Fellowship from the Royal Society, in partnership with the Academy of Medical Sciences, for the period 2016–2019.
25 Oct 2016