We live in a time of exciting discoveries and developments in the field of science, allowing us to ‘see’ more than ever before – including ‘seeing’ into the past, the present and the future.
Shakespeare’s profound knowledge of Italy has generally been downplayed.
In 2012 the country celebrated the news that South Africa had won a substantial part of the bid to build the most ambitious radio astronomy array in the world.
Cape Town has been designated World Design Capital® (WDC) for 2014. This designation is unique in its aim to focus on the broader essence of design’s impact on urban spaces, economies and citizens.
What books do writers read for pleasure? This course will reveal which recent books five prominent South African writers are currently enjoying and why.
by Dr Tessa Dowling, Department of African Languages, University of Cape Town
by Emeritus Professor David Wolfe, University of New Mexico and visiting lecturer, Physics Department, UCT
Coordinated by Professor Bongani M. Mayosi, physician and cardiologist, Department of Medicine, University of Cape Town
by Dr Jean Moorcroft Wilson, biographer, publisher and lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London
Coordinated by Professor Brian J. Huntley, Department of Botany, UCT, and former CEO, SANBI, Kirstenbosch; the lecturers are all associated with SANBI
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