Sanlam and UCT announced that they have entered into an agreement to relaunch the Actuarial Science Support and Advice Desk, providing learning and psychosocial support to UCT students studying actuarial science.
An international study reveals that hundreds of millions of Africans don’t have access to the most basic facilities to prevent the spread of the virus the causes COVID-19. Professor Murray Leibbrandt, director of the African Centre for Inequality Research (ACEIR) in the School of Economics, and postgraduate researcher Bongai Munguni were co-authors on the study.
Three UCT student entrepreneurs - including BCom in Economics graduate Chido Dzinotyiwei - are through to the final round of the Entrepreneurship Intervarsity competition and will compete with the country’s best on the national stage later this year.
Mluleki Majavu, who recently completed his PhD in Information Systems from UCT. To celebrate his achievement VC Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng delivered an address via Zoom to assembled guests in the Khayelitsha MPC Hall.