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- Thursday, 17th Andri Ntema: Serial social entrepreneur - Thursday, 17th Pioneering research on drivers with HIV and metabolic syndrome - Thursday, 17th UCT researchers help shape sustainable development goals - Wednesday, 16th Without transformation, research excellence is unsustainable - Mamokgethi Phakeng - Wednesday, 16th AXA awards first research chair in Africa to UCT - Tuesday, 15th Mhlongo is UCT's best - again - Tuesday, 15th Students reflect on exams and deferrals - Tuesday, 15th Appointment of new DVC in the Transformation portfolio Released: , 14 November 2016 - Monday, 14th Kelp: The canary in the coal mine - Monday, 14th Popplestone: A masterpiece written in the margins - Monday, 14th Hunting for leaks in a mismanaged water system - Friday, 11th Campus updates - Thursday, 10th Further details on UCT–student agreement Released: , 10 November 2016 - Thursday, 10th Is general relativity's take on black holes outdated?

- Thursday, 10th Seeds under siege: it's time to support traditional systems - Thursday, 10th Prof Sakhela Buhlungu appointed VC for the University of Fort Hare Released: , 9 November 2016 - Wednesday, 9th UCT executive and student groupings sign agreement - Wednesday, 9th Mauritius encourages intra-African research - Wednesday, 9th Explainer: the how, what and why of the latest HIV vaccine trial - Tuesday, 8th Child soldier's Ph D turns hurt into hope - Monday, 7th UCT executive signs agreement with student representatives Released: , 7 November 2016 - Monday, 7th Update on exam information Released: , 6 November 2016 - Sunday, 6th December time-off for staff Released: , 4 November 2016 - Friday, 4th Sudesh Sivarasu: Clinician-centred innovation - Friday, 4th Kingsley Holgate honoured at Golden Key ceremony - Friday, 4th Examination procedures for students Released: , 4 November 2016 - Friday, 4th Researchers aim for the clouds: UCT and NWU launch first stage of big-data African Research Cloud - Friday, 4th Mission accomplished for ice cool researchers - Thursday, 3rd Bill Bowen - UCT loses an important friend - Wednesday, 2nd Virtual seafood market for artisanal fishers - Wednesday, 2nd Update on exams and completing the academic year Released: , 1 November 2016 - Tuesday, 1st Update on activities, Tuesday, 1 November 2016Released: , 1 November 2016 - Tuesday, 1st Update on activities, Tuesday, 1 November 2016Released: , 1 November 2016 - Tuesday, 1st Lewis Pugh succeeds in protecting Antarctic sea - Tuesday, 1st All hands on deck - Tuesday, 1st October 2016UCT alumni in premier of The Father - Monday, 31st Student death Released: , 28 October 2016 - Friday, 28th Samuel Ginsberg: The power of collaboration - Friday, 28th Tim Crowe comments on BAC statement - Thursday, 27th Laying funding problems at government's feet - Wednesday, 26th UCT rises to 112th in Global University Ranking - Wednesday, 26th Update on Senate, interim interdicts and arrests by SAPSReleased: , 25 October 2016 - Tuesday, 25th UCT staff and students permitted to join Parliament protests, Wednesday, 26 October Released: , 25 October 2016 - Tuesday, 25th Update on executive appointments and changes in SLG and SETTReleased: , 25 October 2016 - Tuesday, 25th Update on activities, Tuesday, 25 October 2016Released: , 25 October 2016 - Tuesday, 25th Open letter to the VC: Dr Jenny Durandt - Tuesday, 25th Mining for sustainable development - Monday, 24th Time change for Ms Tele's memorial service Released: , 24 October 2016 - Monday, 24th UCT Council statement - Monday, 24th Update on activities, Friday, 21 October 2016Released: , 21 October 2016 - Friday, 21st UCT’s inventors - Friday, 21st Stuart Swan: On water rockets and persistence - Friday, 21st Student death Released: , 21 October 2016 - Friday, 21st Update on activities, Thursday, 20 October 2016Released: , 20 October 2016 - Thursday, 20th Update on recent events, Thursday 20 October 2016Released: , 20 October 2016 - Thursday, 20th Cable providing UCT internet services is down Released: , 20 October 2016 - Thursday, 20th Update on activities, Wednesday, 19 October 2016Released: , 19 October 2016 - Wednesday, 19th Jammie Shuttle suspended and libraries closed Released: , 19 October 2016 - Wednesday, 19th UCT researchers shine at SAMRC Scientific Merit Awards - Wednesday, 19th Commitment to completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 18 October 2016 - Tuesday, 18th Commitment to completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 18 October 2016 - Tuesday, 18th Update on recent events at UCTReleased: , 18 October 2016 - Tuesday, 18th Update on recent events at UCTReleased: , 18 October 2016 - Tuesday, 18th Jacobs bats away evolutionary fallacies - Tuesday, 18th Correction to Midday update Released: , 17 October 2016 - Monday, 17th Midday update, 17 October 2016Released: , 17 October 2016 - Monday, 17th VC Desk: Further details on completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 15 October 2016 - Saturday, 15th VC Desk: Further details on completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 15 October 2016 - Saturday, 15th‘Actor-vists’ engage with Fees Must Fall - Saturday, 15th VC Desk: UCT to resume 2016 academic year on Monday, 17 October 2016Released: , 14 October 2016 - Friday, 14th UCT to resume 2016 academic year on Monday, 17 October 2016Released: , 14 October 2016 - Friday, 14th CILT facilitates online learning - Friday, 14th UCT to announce plans this weekend regarding the completion of the 2016 academic year Released: , 14 October 2016 - Friday, 14th George Vicatos: Where engineering and anatomy meet - Friday, 14th Executive Update: Thursday, 13 October 2016 - Thursday, 13th Grant powers Gaunt’s geomagnetic study - Thursday, 13th Update on unfolding events at UCTReleased: , 12 October 2016 - Wednesday, 12th Update on unfolding events at UCTReleased: , 12 October 2016 - Wednesday, 12th UCT closed Thursday and Friday, 13-14 October 2016Released: , 12 October 2016 - Wednesday, 12th UCT closed Thursday and Friday, 13-14 October 2016Released: , 12 October 2016 - Wednesday, 12th UCT closed Tuesday, 11 October 2016Released: , 10 October 2016 - Monday, 10th UCT closed on Monday 10 October 2016Released: , 7 October 2016 - Friday, 7th Adam van Niekerk: The student inventor - Friday, 7th Executive Update: Friday, 7 October 2016 - Friday, 7th From UCT's Vice-Chancellor: The way forward to completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 6 October 2016 - Thursday, 6th The way forward to completing the 2016 academic year Released: , 6 October 2016 - Thursday, 6th All UCT campuses closed Released: , 5 October 2016 - Wednesday, 5th Fire on upper campus, 5 October 2016Released: , 5 October 2016 - Wednesday, 5th Unlawful occupation of Steve Biko building ended Released: , 4 October 2016 - Tuesday, 4th Executive Update: Tuesday, 4 October 2016 - Tuesday, 4th VC confident of swift return to full operations - Tuesday, 4th Prestigious book award for neuropsychologist - Tuesday, 4th Forget nuclear power: fund education - Tuesday, 4th VC thanks community and urges continued operations Released: , 4 October 2016 - Tuesday, 4th Executive Update: Monday, 3 October 2016 - Monday, 3rd Students to note disciplinary code Released: , 3 October 2016 - Monday, 3rd Midday update: six people arrested Released: , 3 October 2016 - Monday, 3rd UCT explains why engagement with protesters failed - Monday, 3rd Classes and university operations resume 3 October 2016Released: , 3 October 2016 - Monday, 3rd VC Desk: Classes and university operations resume 3 October 2016Released: , 2 October 2016 - Sunday, 2nd Ripple effects of university closures - Sunday, 2nd September 2016Executive Update: Message from the VC - Friday, 30th Silent protesters’ message: Keep the doors of learning open - Friday, 30th Celebrating legends and new talent - Friday, 30th Professor Anwar Mall urges the UCT community to reopen the university - Friday, 30th Rainbow Week: My pronoun is...

May 2017Disruptions to catering in residences; migration of ac.za; and other updates Released: , - Wednesday, 24th International food security prize for Battersby-Lennard - Wednesday, 24th Dr Ian Little receives a 'Green Oscar' - Wednesday, 24th"Be a contender," Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng tells Master Card Foundation Scholars - Wednesday, 24th Petersen and Buhlungu inaugurated - Tuesday, 23rd Respect and research: Lessons from the San Code of Ethics - Tuesday, 23rd Can I Please Go to the Bathroom?

- Monday, 22nd Six UCT finalists in 2016/2017 NSTF-South32 Awards - Monday, 22nd Update on catering staff protest Released: , - Monday, 22nd GSB ranked in the top 100 - Friday, 19th This week's updates Released: , - Thursday, 18th Africa Month May 2017Released: , - Thursday, 18th Another 40 years of theatrical excellence - Wednesday, 17th UCT appoints Lewis Pugh as adjunct professor - Wednesday, 17th Care, empowerment harnessed to reduce HIV infection - Tuesday, 16th Death of a student - Tuesday, 16th Wild goose chased around golf course - Monday, 15th Response to UCT Free Education Planning Group documents - Monday, 15th Hamed and El Sherbini rule squash courts - Monday, 15th Bumper May graduation season - Friday, 12th Death of a colleague Released: , - Thursday, 11th Catering staff protest and other updates Released: , - Thursday, 11th New drug reduces hot flushes - Thursday, 11th Catering staff protest and other updates Released: , - Wednesday, 10th'Green' rating a first for UCT - Tuesday, 9th Celebrating SA flute music - Tuesday, 9th Watch our footprint from space - Tuesday, 9th Congratulations to ad hom promotion recipients Released: , - Tuesday, 9th Passion for languages, compassion for linguistic communities - Monday, 8th A safe space to speak - Monday, 8th Innovation improving lives - Monday, 8th Commerce caps off May graduations - Saturday, 6th Occupying the 'front seat' is a privilege and responsibility - Saturday, 6th Death of a colleague Released: , - Friday, 5th UCT values, free speech and silencing Released: , - Friday, 5th Dr Abigail Moffett digs deeper - Friday, 5th Happy processions continue at graduation - Friday, 5th Invitation to join the Free Education Planning Group Released: , - Friday, 5th SRC election outcome and other updates Released: , 25 April 2017 - Thursday, 4th It's a different UCT now, Jaffer tells graduands - Thursday, 4th Zabalaza winner shines at Baxter - Thursday, 4th Antibiotic resistance has a language problem - Wednesday, 3rd Director's passion for pan-African stories - Wednesday, 3rd Does UCT value its values?

- Tuesday, 18th Sky's no limit for Habarulema - Tuesday, 18th Interdict to protect UCT community - Wednesday, 12th Brace for frequent extreme weather - Wednesday, 12th SLG statement on current national situation and other updates Released: , 12 April 2017 - Wednesday, 12th Safe-Up UCT smartphone app - Tuesday, 11th UCT's Senior Leadership Group calls on all to commit to finding solutions to the current situation in SAReleased: , 11 April 2017 - Tuesday, 11th Harald Winkler to serve on High-Level Commission on Carbon Prices - Tuesday, 11th Resignation of André Theys, ED: P&SReleased: , 10 April 2017 - Monday, 10th Antarctic adventure - Monday, 10th How to recreate the city of Cape Town - Thursday, 6th Arrangements if attending protest action Released: , 5 April 2017 - Wednesday, 5th Vice-Chancellor responds to the statement by members of the Science RAC - Wednesday, 5th UCT in top five of subject rankings - Wednesday, 5th For the love of art or country - Tuesday, 4th UCT birders excel at Champions of the Flyway - Tuesday, 4th Custom-built robot will study a very special star - Tuesday, 4th Statement by members of the Science RAC (Readmission Appeals Committee) - Tuesday, 4th Bremner occupation ends 3 April 2017Released: , 4 April 2017 - Tuesday, 4th HIV's influence on TB evolution - Monday, 3rd Uncovering the social symptoms of TB - Monday, 3rd'This is our institution' - Monday, 3rd Notice of motion Posted: , 1 April 2017 - Saturday, 1st Update on Bremner occupation Released: , 1 April 2017 - Saturday, 1st March 2017Stakes for South Africa's democracy are high as Zuma plunges the knife - Friday, 31st Distinguished Teacher Awards 2016 - Friday, 31st What the Constitution says about land restitution - Friday, 31st Chair of Council warns against racial chauvinism - Friday, 31st Update on Mafeje occupation and other updates Released: , 30 March 2017 - Thursday, 30th Engagements with students about exclusions Released: , 17 March 2017 - Thursday, 30th Put students at the heart of pedagogy - Thursday, 30th Archie Mafeje: never to be forgotten - Thursday, 30th UCT alumni win at SAFTAs - Thursday, 30th Peace and Conflict scholar appointed to Van Zyl Slabbert Chair - Thursday, 30th Bird-watching society now in full flight - Thursday, 30th Primary healthcare bible piloted in Brazil - Wednesday, 29th Renamed Knowledge Commons honours struggle librarian - Wednesday, 29th Beware the Ides of March: The University of Cape Town Alumni Association waives the rules - Tuesday, 28th UCT mourns the passing of Dr Kathrada - Tuesday, 28th Delving into the darknet to discover the secret world of paedophiles - Tuesday, 28th Conference deals with Mendi tragedy - Tuesday, 28th Why Nut just start something?

- Monday, 27th Number's up for scary statistics - Monday, 27th Stephanie Fanucchi recognised at the 19th L'Oreal-Unesco for Women in Science Awards - Monday, 27th Tax time made easier - Friday, 24th How we found the gene for a rare heart disease and why it matters - Friday, 24th Winfield teaches ethical accounting - Friday, 24th Latest transmission patterns for drug resistant TB pose a new challenge - Friday, 24th Existential fatigue, psycho-emotional weight and a revolt - Thursday, 23rd Possible disruptions to Jammie Shuttle and other updates Released: , 23 March 2017 - Thursday, 23rd The formula to make maths fun - Wednesday, 22nd What we've learnt from the drought - Wednesday, 22nd Simplistic racial constructions and mistaken assumptions - Wednesday, 22nd Free laptops for hundreds of first-year students - Monday, 20th O-Week!They feared that competitors would be injured or even killed by the high winds or by debris being blown across the streets.In a video compilation posted on In the Bunch, scores of riders can be seen battling the winds, which blew in excess of 100km per hour on parts of the route.Spectators had to sit down to stop themselves from being blown off their feet One racer laughed in disbelief as he held onto the handlebars of his bike as it was lifted up into the air, threatening to blow away.But most of the competitors in the event, which is in its 40th year, looked worried by the dangers the weather posed.Herod also built the town of Caesarea and the fortress of Masada, which included a palace. They are hated by their own people who are very happy to pay them to be suicide bombers.

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