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2018 27 Jan 09:00 09 Jun 17:00

Foundations of Medico-Legal Practice

Presented simultaneously in 5 cities (Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Durban, Johannesburg & Port Elizabeth), over 11 Saturdays. Course fee: R22,000. Early-bird discount (booking & payment before 31 Oct 2017): R19,950.

Venue: 

Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Durban, Johannesburg & Port Elizabeth

Contact Information: 

Don Coue
021 650 3242

Event Type: 
Short courses and workshops
2018 26 Feb 08:00 20 Apr 16:00

Management of Skin Disorders in Primary Care

This is an 8 week blended course for Registered Medical Officers and Nurses, covering the diagnosis, treatment and correct management of common skin conditions. It is offered in an effort to meet community driven demands for these dermatology services.

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Groote Schuur Hospital

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Short courses and workshops
2018 20 Apr 12:30 13:30

Steeped in Heritage: The Racial Politics of Rooibos Tea

Sarah Ives is a lecturer at Stanford University’s Department of Anthropology (formerly a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer at Stanford University’s Program in Writing and Rhetoric). Her research focuses on environmental anthropology and comparative studies in race and ethnicity.

Venue: 

Davies Reading Room, Level 3,
Environmental & Geographical Science
Building, South Lane

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2018 21 Apr 19:30 20:30

Cape Town Marimba Festival (SACM Collaboration)

The Cape Town Marimba Festival is a joint venture between the
Cape Town Big Band Jazz Festival and Woodworx Marimbas.
Schools from in and around the Western Cape will be performing.

Venue: 

Baxter Concert Hall

Contact Information: 

021 650 2640
Gillian Lindner

Event Type: 
Arts, culture and sport
2018 24 Apr 19:30 20:30

UCT Symphonic Wind Ensemble

Conductor: Alexander Fokkens

Daugherty - Bizarro for Concert Band
Jacob - William Byrd Suite
Gabrieli - Sonata octavi toni, Sacre symphoniae
Stamp - Bandancing
Ticheli - Cajun Folk Songs

Venue: 

Baxter Concert Hall

Contact Information: 

Gillian Lindner
021 650 2640

Event Type: 
Arts, culture and sport
2018 25 Apr 13:00 14:00

Ethics of Religion in and of Long Street by Dr Ala Alhourani

A short film screening followed by a paper presentation on Ethics of Religion in and of Long Street. The paper explores the everydayness of ethics through people’s social interactions and evaluation of themselves, of other and of Long Street.

Venue: 

Leslie Social Sciences building LS 5.67

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2018 26 Apr 19:30 20:30

The Tenth Fine Music Radio Bursary Awards (Final Rounds)

Funded by the Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation

The Trust was established for the purpose of providing scholarships, bursaries or awards for students studying for a performance diploma or degree in music.

Venue: 

Baxter Concert Hall

Contact Information: 

Gillian Lindner
021 650 2640

Event Type: 
Arts, culture and sport
2018 02 May 18:00 20 Jun 20:00

Mindfulness Meditation

Law@work, UCT Faculty of Law, is pleased to present an eight-week mindfulness-based living course on Wednesdays from 18:00-20:00. The course emphasises experiential learning, which is the recommended way to learn to develop mindfulness practices in order to incorporate them into daily life.

Venue: 

Kramer Law Building
Middle Campus, UCT

Directions to the venue will be provided to registered participants a week prior to the start of the course.

Contact Information: 

Don Coue
021 650 3242

Event Type: 
Short courses and workshops
2018 10 May 13:00 14:00

Modelling AIDS mortality trends in South Africa

Actuarial Science and Demography seminar presented by Leigh Johnson (CIDER, UCT) and hosted by the Actuarial Science Department in association with the Centre for Actuarial Research (CARe).

Venue: 

Beattie 114, Beattie Building, Upper Campus

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Event Type: 
Seminars, talks and public lectures

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