UCT gave out free branded T-shirts to staff in the week of 23 to 27 May, the slogans underscoring UCT’s Vision 2030.
UCT’s SRC will celebrate Africa Day with the theme: “No African country can achieve ultimate independence in isolation”.
Green Week is an initiative of UCT’s Green Campus Initiative and takes place on campus between 19 and 24 April.
Applications are open for the first phase of UCT’s e-Track venture acceleration programme, run by the GSB’s Solution Space.
At 41st place in the ShanghaiRanking’s 2021 Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments, UCT is top on the continent.
As part of the efforts to raise public awareness on TB, CIDRI-Africa will be hosting an art exhibition at the Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine.
The Jammie Shuttle has been renamed the UCT Shuttle.
The three-day First-Year Campus Reception programme will start on Saturday, 29 January, in the Sports Centre on upper campus.
Lecturers at UCT are adopting innovative pedagogical and content production approaches to provide students with more accessible and locally relevant learning materials.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has passed away at the age of 90.
The Baxter Theatre is launching a series of live summer concerts, Sun-Set@Baxter, in the newly landscaped Baxter Garden from this November.
Acclaimed South African writer Damon Galgut will be the first guest in a new series of seminars hosted by the Department of English Language and Literature at UCT.