For Takunda Chitaka, graduation means a moment to reflect on the journey that she’s been on; the hard work, determination and dedication that have led her to where she is.
Graduating, especially as the first joint doctoral candidate in UCT’s Faculty of Law, is a triumph, says Tabeth Masengu.
Mike Abia’s wife, Shuvai, accepts the PhD in information systems on his behalf, and shares what this degree meant to her late husband.
MBA graduate Shivani Ghai found her “true compass” at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business.
Contributing to societal problems and adding value to the world is what Senzo Mgabhi hopes to do with his degree.
On her journey to graduation, Liezl Maritz learned to adapt to life’s changes through her inner strength and by believing in her abilities.
The December 2020 graduands graduated during the virtual graduation celebratory event at 18:00 on Tuesday, 15 December 2020.
“Hlonolofatsa” is a song of praise and was performed by the Cape Town Youth Choir in celebration of UCT's graduates from the March cohort at a virtual celebration on 14 December 2020.
The Cape Town Youth Choir set the tone at UCT’s virtual graduation celebration on 15 December 2020 with their rendition of the South African National Anthem.
The University of Cape Town conferred the degree Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) upon international social welfare scholar Professor James Midgley.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) deans congratulate the March and December 2020 graduates on their academic success during an exceptionally challenging year and wish them well in their future endeavours.
The Cape Male Voices are a talented trio from the UCT SA College of Music and here they perform “Malaika” accompanied by lecturer and singing coach, Tertia Downie.