A new French Honours degree in Teaching French as a Foreign Language will start in February 2008. The degree is the first of its kind in South Africa, and is the result of support from the Bureau for Cooperation for French in South Africa.
The bold pursuit of his academic ambitions and a strong desire to produce research stemming from interrogations of his own world view has paid off doubly for Dr Ryan Nefdt, a senior lecturer in the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Department of Philosophy, who was recently awarded a P-rating by the National Research Foundation (NRF) as well as the 2020/21 Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) Emerging Researcher Award.
Dr June Bam-Hutchison and Bernadette Muthien of the Centre for African Studies have co-edited a new book that seeks to re-interpret Southern Africa’s histories in a way that foregrounds the experiences and knowledges of indigenous women.
The University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Residence Life Division has developed a comprehensive orientation programme for new first-year students, adopting a safe, inclusive and student-centred orientation programme and approach to living and thriving in residences.
Four University of Cape Town (UCT) academics were awarded two UCT Creative Works Awards for 2020: Nkule Mabaso and Associate Professor Nomusa Makhubu for their exhibition The stronger we become. Associate Professor Nadia Davids and Professor Jay Pather were honoured for their production What Remains.
In commemoration of 11 February – the 55th anniversary of District Six being declared a whites-only area – ballet master, UCT alumnus and honorary doctorate recipient Johaar Mosaval shared his memories of the much-loved community.
Four UCT Faculty of Humanities academics were awarded two UCT Creative Works Awards for 2020: Associate Professor Nadia Davids and Professor Jay Pather for their production What Remains, and Nkule Mabaso and Associate Professor Nomusa Makhubu for their exhibition The Stronger We Become.