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UCT Jameson Hall ceiling work
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UCT Drama Department presents: Timberlake Wertenbaker's Our Country's Good
07 Oct - 10 Oct

Performer's Class Series: Young Composers' Showcase - Composition 2
07 Oct

A detailed analysis of calender data: Understanding contraceptive use dynamics and the implications for reproductive behaviour in Eastern Africa
08 Oct

Fighting a Losing Battle in a Racially Discriminating Colony in British Southern Africa: The Case of the Swaziland Coloured Welfare Association (SCWA), 1950-1963 - by Nhlanhla Dlamini
08 Oct

Know Your Continent: Colonization and Decolonization
10 Oct

Verdi's Requiem
10 Oct

Public Transport System Design and Operations Management
12 Oct - 16 Oct

Knowledge Building and Visualisation using Concept Mapping in Higher Education - Part 1
12 Oct

Principles of Project Management
13 Oct - 17 Nov

The democratizing force of multi-party elections: it does not work in Africa, does it work in Asia?
13 Oct

Transform UCT


What started as a question around whether UCT should continue to house a statue of Cecil John Rhodes on its campus has become a much larger movement for change, a call to re-imagine and re-engage with what a transformed African and South African university looks like – whether in terms of its ethos, curriculum, research, symbols, policies or demographics.

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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Happy birthday, Arch!

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, who was born on 7 October 1931, turns 84 today.


A lens on nature

Exposure Photography Exhibition

Exposure – ZooBot's annual photography competition – has delivered yet another crop of beautiful images highlighting the biodiversity of southern Africa. The winners will be announced at a special prize-giving event on 16 October 2015 which is open to the public.


Boycott of Food Vendors on Campus


UCT acknowledges the right to boycott and emphasises that students and staff and others on campus also have the right to access services.


Dynamic commerce team wins national water award


iCOMMS, a research team in the Faculty of Commerce at UCT has picked up an award for its novel use of cellphone technology to help rural communities with water management.


FactCheck: is South Africa the most unequal society in the world?


It is often said that South Africa is the most unequal society in the world. Andile Makholwa, Business and Economy Editor at The Conversation, put a few questions to Haroon Bhorat, Professor of Economics and Director of the Development Policy Research Unit at the University of Cape Town.


College of Wardens' position on gender discrimination and patriarchy

College of Wardens Statement

As the College of Wardens at UCT we acknowledge that patriarchy is an oppressive system that unfortunately continues to dominate our society and our university in particular.


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Staff and students at UCT are reminded that the university has a hotline that can be used to report fraud, corruption, unethical behaviour and misconduct confidentially and anonymously.

The 24-hour KPMG hotline is 0800 650 000 (toll free from a Telkom landline). Anyone with concerns can make a report and will get a reference number.  KPMG will then send the report to the university to investigate and, where required, take the appropriate action. Calls can be made in any of the 11 official languages as well as Dutch, French, German and Portuguese.

UCT also publishes the outcome of investigations arising out of the hotline. For more information about how the hotline operates, read the FAQs

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