On 21 February CFMS’ Associate Professor Tanja Bosch presented in the Urban Systems panel at the Kpakpakpa Design Sessions, at the Zeitz MOCAA Museum, located in the V&A Waterfront. A/Prof Bosch was part of a panel on how to rethink space in the city.
Censorship, one of the insidious strategies used by the apartheid government, has made an ominous comeback in South Africa with the recent X18 classification of the award-winning film Inxeba (The Wound), writes senior lecturer in film, Dr Liani Maasdorp in a recent article on The Conversation.
The Global Citizenship Programme invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for appointment to an 8-month, 60 hour per month fixed term contract at Assistant Lecturer level, from 25 April – 15 December 2018.
ICTS has detected that there are still a few Windows XP computers in use on campus.
As previously communicated, Microsoft support for Windows XP ended in April 2014. This means that computers running this operating system no longer get the vital security updates to address vulnerabilities.
Windows XP computers will be disabled from the UCT network