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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES (CEREMONY 3)
Academic Procession.(The congregation is requested to stand as the procession enters the hall)
The Presiding Officer will constitute the congregation.
The National Anthem.
The University Dedication will be read by a member of the SRC.
Welcome by the Master of Ceremonies.
The graduands will be presented to the Presiding Officer by the Dean of the faculty.
The Presiding Officer will congratulate the new graduates.
The Master of Ceremonies will make closing announcements and invite the congregation to stand.
The Presiding Officer will dissolve the congregation.
The procession, including the new graduates, will leave the hall.(The congregation is requested to remain standing until the procession has left the hall.)
ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS
Nkosi sikelel’ iAfrika Maluphakanyisw’ uphondolwayo,
Yizwa imithandazo yethu,Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho lwayo.
Morena boloka etjhaba sa heso,O fedise dintwa la matshwenyeho,
O se boloke, O se boloke setjhaba sa heso,
Setjhaba sa South Afrika – South Afrika.
Uit die blou van onse hemel, Uit die diepte van ons see,Oor ons ewige gebergtes,
Waar die kranse antwoord gee,
Sounds the call to come together, And united we shall stand,
Let us live and strive for freedom, In South Africa our land.
DISTINCTIONS IN THE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
Bachelors degrees may be awarded with distinction
in a subject, where the student has an average of at least 75% and no mark below 70%
in the degree, where the student has both distinction in at least one subject and first class passes in at least 10 courses.
Honours degrees are awarded by class (first, second class division one, second class division two, or third).
Master’s degrees may be awarded with distinction
for the dissertation, (in a coursework and dissertation curriculum) for especially meritorious work, the dissertation being in the first class (75% or better)
in the degree, for especially meritorious work, where the average is 75% or better and no component is below 70%.
NAMES OF GRADUANDS
An asterisk * denotes that the degree will be awarded in the absence of the candidate.
FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
Acting Dean: Professor D Wardle
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
Taahirah AbrahamsYana Winnie AbrahamsDanielle Nichole AbrahamseJamie Lee AdamsRobyne Clare AdamsSiphiwokuhle AdamsMoegammad Riyaadh AdamsonEsther Oluwadamilola AdewumiAndrea Florence Alexander
*Julia Anne AllesonAlexandra Sophia Amaler (with
distinction in International Relations)
Lorenzo Daniel Andrews*Tanja Andric
Kendra ArcharyNicole Lee-Anne ArendseMonde Zwelibanzi ArensAlexia Alice Margrit ArjesJames Milne BadenhorstRutendo Bamhare
Oliver Michal BathKayla Sarah BeareAsisipho BedaTatum Ashleigh BeppoChalmone Chanelle BeukesPrecious Sharon Sinovuyo BikitshaSibongile Litha Biko
*Joshua BlacherKimberly Vanessa BlakeTayla Georgia BluffGeorgina BlumearsClaudia Therése BlytheJessica Frances BobbertSerena Maria Bohm (with distinction in
Social Anthropology)Lelona BooiMaria Booi
*Daniel BoraineSumona BoseSiyabulela Boto
*Guy Anton BowdenJessica Sarah BrownAwande Mlondolozi Keabetswe
ButheleziAshton Carmen Campbell
Jonathan Thomas CannardClaire Anne CarlisleSameegah CarlsenSade CarpenterJaron David CarterZurina Cassiem
*Chante Mulaan CeasarTayla Chante CerfVimbainashe Crystal ChamisaChing-Tung Cliff ChangYu-Wei Wayne ChangSimran Charania (with distinction in
Organisational Psychology and Psychology and the degree with distinction)
Anelisa ChilibaTanatswa ChimenyaChawezi Solomon ChirwaTakudzwa ChitimaJessie Clarke-McleodChante-Leigh CloeteAnneline CoetseeZelri CoetseeDaniel Charles Coleman
*Julian Matthew CornilleKashiefa CottleRachael Sophia Weinronk CoxenRegan Lara CreweBryony Nicole CrousDanielle Jolena CrowieAmber Jo DanielsJade Gita Daniels (with distinction in
Social Anthropology)*Malik Dasoo
Zahraa Davids*Justine Robyn Dawber
Melanie DawesGillian De BeerRobynn Coleen DeedatNicole Kim De KockNicole Merle De LeeuwFrancis David Yves Czerniewicz De
SatgeKirsten De VinkKim Ann DingwallDaniel Simon Dix (with distinction in
Economic History and Sociology and the degree with distinction)
Aneme DlaminiNolwazi Nomvuyo DlaminiAndisiwe DlangamandlaZahra DollieRaadhiyah Dout
Marble Juliet DubeBrione Lynn Dunkley (with distinction
in Psychology)Zizipho DyakopuBryony Nicole Dyssell (with
distinction in Psychology and the degree with distinction)
Aqeelah EdwardsSarah Lee Erasmus (with distinction
in Linguistics and Psychology and the degree with distinction)
Annabel Lee FentonAshley FischhoffLauren FontoBrindley FortuinEthan Domonique FortuinJayne Heather FoxcroftZahraa FrancisMelissa FrankDeswin Luke Frans (with distinction in
Gender Studies)Carmen Nicole Fromke (with
distinction in Psychology and Sociology and the degree with distinction)
Emma Jane Fuller (with distinction in International Relations)
Rikshay GanasenTildah Millia Gatsi
*Sion Christopher Geschwindt Gabrielle Samantha Gibbs*Sagar Gihwala
Gina May Duke Gilpin (with distinction in Social Anthropology)
Monica Sarah Goemans (with distinction in Psychology and Sociology and the degree with distinction)
Gabriella Isabel GonsalvesZayaan Goolam NabiMelissa GouwsKim Lee GroenemeyerBongeka Immaculate GumedeTanyaradzwa Abigail Alison Gwasira
*Leigh Roxy Harrington (with distinction in Gender Studies and the degree with distinction)
Deborah HarrisankarDacia HassanOliver Campbell HathornBrett Johann HattinghSarah Catherine HawinkelsJessica Bo Hazlitt HeardGenevieve Chantal HeathNabeelah HendricksSharlize Lyn HendricksLasse Herdien (with distinction in
*Benjamin HetheringtonLaura Natasha HeynsKhadija HoosainAidan Jonathan HornDaniel Lee Horwitz
Jean-Pierre Huang (with distinction in Chinese Studies)
*Bella Human (and the degree was awarded with distinction in Sociology)
Ameera IsmailGabriella JacobsDineil JagersKate James (with distinction in
Sociology)Roselinde Katharina Janowski (with
distinction in Sociology)Christine Leigh Jansen Van VuurenJonathan Alistair JayesRoopa JeevanCameron Ian JeffreyNomvano JimLucia JohnsonZoë Tayla JohnsonSiyasanga JonasHayley Jones (with distinction in
Linguistics)Roben Chelsea JosiasMonique Erin JuliusBibi Sharfa JungleeKelvin Mudziviri KamwendoAlexia Ariadne Kaplan (with distinction
in Gender Studies)*Anastasia Karatzas Geraldine Titani Katunga
Seumus O’Connell KeirCourtney Kirsten KempAnna Tara KentSuhail Ahmed KhanSiphesihle KhozaAkhona KhumaloJustine Klein
*Mischa KnightNosomi KotobeNicola KotzeZena Kruss-Van Der Heever (with
distinction in Public Policy and Administration)
Lungile Thando Constancia KubhekaKhanyisile KumaloHadassah Christine Laing
*Tegan Genna LambertSamantha Nicole LandJodie Sasha LawrenceKgabane LenganeNicholas Michael Leon (with
distinction in Psychology)*Dené Tayla Le Roux
Gabriella Maria Le RouxMahlodi Germina Letsie
*Janine LewisTennile Jade Liddle
*Gina Lee Linder (with distinction in Gender Studies)
*Juliet Zaruna LingardXia Chandre MaansCaitlin Paige Mac Gregor
*Jez Robbie MacintyreJessica May MacrobertTheodorah Nqobile MadelaUnathi MadingaMaqhawe Junior Madonsela (with
distinction in Xhosa Communication)
Tanya Tintswalo MagaisaNamhla Magwaca
Lutfiya Ashraf MahomedSonia MaissinLungisa Nokwazi Nosipho MajolaUnathi MakalimaNyakallo Masilo MakgobaNozipho Naomi MakhathiniLindiwe Eve Florence MalabaGomolemo Keorapetse MalaoSandisiwe Penelope MalengaMarie Cheyenne Jessica Malila
*Rachel Lois MaloneyUthmaan Addenaan MananKudzaiishe Nyasha Manase
Tshediso MangopeDineo Abigail MaphanzelaRayno Manuel MapoeSivenkosi MaqhulaLebogang Paballo Lesego MarageloCharné Marais (with distinction in
Psychology and Sociology)Aurora Maria MarcopoulosDiana Rumbidzai MasaireCeline Intombiyenhle MasheleniTshepiso Thenjiwe Dimitra Mashinini
(with distinction in English Language & Literature)
Naledi Thuto MasiloPfarelo Brandy MatsilaChumani MaxweleThamsanqa Mthetheleli MayMongezi MbejeDeneo Juliet MbewuSteve MbizaAura Yombo MbolelaEmma Jane McAlpin
*Tristan Lance MccarthyBrittany Miranda Mccreath (with
distinction in Psychology)Robert William Mcgregor
Alexandra Lauren Mc Hale (with distinction in Organisational Psychology and Psychology and the degree with distinction)
Sipiwesihle Achumile Lonele MdaSiphesihle Moesha MdabulaAphelele MdodaSibahle Vuyolwethu MelaneCamila Jo Menell-Miranda (with
distinction in Spanish)Tristan MeyerEza Yanga MgeleMatthew Yves MillerClaire Luise Elizabeth MillwardSarah Faith MillwardLindokuhle Patricia MkhizeSibusisiwe Nelisa MkhizeLukhanyo Mfundo MkulaMasixole MlanduMayibongwe MncubeKethiwe MngangaAndile Bonginkosi MngomaZanele MngometuluAsisipho Mnyanzeli
*Zuko MnyonyoMokheseng Giovann Oratile MoemaLesego Mmathabo MoepyeZintos Cynthia Mofokeng
Donna Leigh MohamedMuammar MohamedAlia MohedeenAgreenate Nobuhle MohlalaMosetlhe Dimakatso MokgoshiDimpho Molateli
*Courtney Schae MorganBhrett Ashleigh Morgan EfstratiouNeo Gift MosalaChelsea MosesYameen MotalaMakgetha Rebotile MotlantheDumisile Lynn MoyoXolelwa MqwatiSikhulile MshenguAnele MsomiKhululwa Cornelia MthiNdjaka Lucy MtsetweneSibulele MtsiTakudzwanashe Edward MudzuriVimbainashe MukaroClive Mukubvu
*Amy Theresa MurgatroydSamuel Kalonde MutunaSimon Shula Mwila
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK
Tasneem AbdolJudith Fadzai BenardSiphosethu BotaEmma Janet Campbell (with
distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Merlary Chidavaenzi (with distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Ruvimbo Valerie ChigwandaGrace Claire De JagerAllison Anne DolleryJessica Mary Nobubele Frame (with
distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Ruvimbo Rutendo HamadziripiAbygail Wadzanayi Hlomayi (with
distinction in Studies in Social Work)
Alexandra Howarth (with distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Shelly-Ann Johnson (with distinction in Studies in Social Work)
*Sinikiwe Kademaunga*Sanele Nqaba Khuzwayo
Cheryl Colette LoubserSilas George LoubserTatum Janine LouwEllen Wilhelmina LudskiZahrah MajalBafikile MalulekeKirsten Lee Marchant
*Moeneeb MartinHayley Amanda Mc Dougall (with
distinction in Studies in Social Work)
Janine Megan Mellish (with distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Mirriam Sinethemba Mkhize (with distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
Khabonina Almarie MthembuDanielle Denise Paidamoyo MutseriwaBlessings NdlovuQaqamba Ngcebetsha
*Kudzai NgwaraFatima Patterson
Shehani Pramodya Perera (with distinction in Studies in Social Work and the degree with distinction)
*Vivien Thembeni Pluddemann-HobbsDeveney Jean SaaimanMaite SekhwelaLaila SlamdienNonkululeko Portia Tyulu
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) TEACHING FRENCH AS
A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
*Amy Eloise Rawlings
DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS
In Clinical Psychology:*Megan Jill Barber
Thato LetsatsiByron Charles Schwartz (with
In Documentary Arts:*Lisa Michelle Drennan
Rozanne Susan Engel
In Historical Studies:*David Trygve Cowan
Kathryn Mary Rawson (with distinction)
In International Relations:*Chris Bandlalenkosi Maroleng
In Language, Literature and Modernity:Laura Robyn Barnard (with distinction)
*Aletta Elizabeth Smith
In Linguistics:*Lynne Marie Fraser
Gustav Nyambe Mbeha (with distinction)
In Media Studies:Jenna Lynne Verster
In Religious Studies:*Gail Rose Johnson (with distinction)
DEGREE OF MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY
In African Studies:*Tahila Loforte Pimentel
In Digital Curation:Fabian Simasiku Kapepiso
OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY
CHANCELLORThe Chancellor wears a gown made from dark blue silk. The front of the gown has facings down each side made of dark blue velvet embroidered with a gold floral design. The gown and sleeves are lined with pale blue silk and the sleeves are looped up in front with a gold cord and button. The yoke of the gown is edged with gold cord. The gown is worn with a square blue velvet hat with a soft crown and gold tassel.
VICE-CHANCELLORThe Vice-Chancellor wears a gown made from bright blue silk. The front of the gown has facings down each side and sleeve-linings of pale blue silk. The sleeves are looped up in front with a gold cord and button and the yoke of the gown is edged with gold cord. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a silver cord.
DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLORA Deputy Vice-Chancellor wears a gown made from dark blue silk. The gown has closed sleeves with an inverted T-shaped opening at the level of the elbow to free the arms. The front of the gown has facings of light blue down each side. The sleeves are lined with light blue and the yoke of the gown is edged with silver cord. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a silver cord.
CHAIR OF COUNCILThe Chair of Council wears a gown, of the same pattern as that worn by the Vice-Chancellor, made from light blue silk. The front of the gown has facings down each side and a yoke of dark blue. The sleeves are lined with dark blue and the facings and yoke are trimmed with gold cord. The sleeves are looped up in front with a gold cord and button. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a gold tassel.
MEMBERS OF COUNCILMembers of Council wear graduate-pattern gowns made from black silk. The front of the gown has 10cm wide, light blue facings down each side trimmed with dark blue cord. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a blue cord.
REGISTRARThe Registrar wears a gown made from black silk. The front of the gown has 10cm wide facings of blue silk down each side. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a white cord.
PRESIDENT OF CONVOCATIONThe President of Convocation wears a gown made from black silk and has long closed sleeves with an inverted T-shaped opening at the level of the elbow to free the arms. The front of the gown has facings down each side and sleeves of blue silk. The gown is worn with a black velvet bonnet with a blue tassel.
GOWNSA plain black gown styled after the pattern of the Oxford scholar’s gown is worn by diplomats, and Bachelor’s, Honours and Master’s graduands. Senior doctoral graduands wear a scarlet gown, with facings the colour distinctive of the faculty in which the degree is awarded. PhD graduands wear a scarlet gown without facings.
HOODSThe hood is particular to the qualification and the faculty. Diplomates and Bachelor’s grdauands wear a black hood lined with white and edged with the colour distinctive of the faculty. Master’s graduands wear a black hood lined with the colour distinctive of the faculty and edged with white, except in the case of the hood for the MMed degree, which is edged with red. Senior doctoral graduands wear a hood of the colour distinctive of the faculty and a black velvet bonnet with a cord of the colour distinctive of the faculty in which the degrees is awarded. PhD graduands wear a hood of scarlet lined with black and a black velvet bonnet with a cord of the colour distinctive of the faculty in which the degree is awarded.
DISTINCTIVE COLOURSFaculty of Commerce Yellow Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment Green Faculty of Health Sciences Red Faculty of Law Old gold Faculty of Humanities Blue Faculty of Science Purple
ACADEMIC DRESS (continued)
An inclusive and engaged research-intensive African university that inspires creativity through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship; enhancing the lives of its students and staff, advancing a more equitable and sustainable social order and influencing the global higher education landscape.
UCT is committed to engaging with the key issues of our natural and social worlds through outstanding teaching, research and scholarship. We seek to advance the status and distinctiveness of scholarship in Africa through building strategic partnerships across the continent, the global south and the rest of the world.
UCT provides a vibrant and supportive intellectual environment that attracts and connects people from all over the world.
We aim to produce graduates and future leaders who are influential locally and globally. Our qualifications are locally applicable and internationally acclaimed, underpinned by values of engaged citizenship and social justice. Our scholarship and research have a positive impact on our society and our environment.
We will actively advance the pace of transformation within our University and beyond, nurturing an inclusive institutional culture which embraces diversity.
VISION AND MISSION UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
Platinum CircleFoundations, Trusts, and Corporates that have made donations to UCT totaling R50 million and above (alphabetically)
The Andrew W Mellon FoundationThe Atlantic Philanthropies (Bermuda) LtdThe Bertha FoundationCarnegie Corporation of New YorkClaude Leon FoundationThe Ford FoundationThe Harry Crossley FoundationHasso Plattner StiftungThe MasterCard FoundationThe Michael and Susan Dell FoundationThe Rockefeller FoundationThe Wolfson Foundation
Gold CircleFoundations, Trusts, and Corporates that have made donations to UCT totaling between R25 million and R50 million (alphabetically)
Cancer Research TrustFirst RandJohnson & Johnson Family of Companies Contribution FundMinerals Education Trust FundNovartis Research FoundationThe DG Murray TrustThe ELMA Philanthropies Services IncThe Gallagher FoundationThe William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Silver CircleFoundations, Trusts, and Corporates that have made donations to UCT totaling between R10 million and R25 million (alphabetically)
ABSA Bank LimitedThe Albert Wessels TrustAndreas and Susan Struengmann Foundation gGmbHAnglo American Chairman’s FundThe Atlantic Philanthropies (SA) (Pty) LtdAXA Research FundChan Zuckerberg Foundation InitiativeThe David and Elaine Potter Charitable FoundationDiscovery FoundationDiscovery FundDonald Gordon FoundationDoris Duke Charitable FoundationEskom Holdings LtdThe Frank Robb Charitable TrustGarfield Weston FoundationGovernment of FlandersJames Sivewright Scratchley Will TrustJohn and Margaret Overbeek TrustThe Kresge FoundationLiberty Holdings LtdThe Mauerberger Foundation FundMoshal Scholarship ProgramNational Lottery Distribution Trust FundThe Nellie Atkinson TrustThe Oppenheimer Memorial TrustThe Raith FoundationThe Raymond Ackerman FoundationRustenburg Platinum Mines LtdSigrid Rausing TrustThe South African National Roads Agency LtdThe Spencer FoundationStandard Bank Group LtdUnilever South Africa Home and Personal Care (Pty) LtdWK Kellogg Foundation, USA
Bronze CircleFoundations, Trusts and Corporates that have made donations to UCT totaling between R1 million and R10 million (alphabetically)
The A & M Pevsner Charitable TrustThe Aaron Beare FoundationAbax FoundationAbe Bailey TrustActuarial Society Development TrustActuarial Society of South AfricaAECI LtdThe African Development Bank GroupAllan Gray Orbis FoundationAlliance for Open Society InternationalAnglo American Platinum LtdAnglo Operations Ltd - Anglo Corporate DivisionAngloGold Ashanti LtdThe Atlantic Philanthropies (Ireland) LimitedAttorneys Fidelity FundAurecon South Africa (Pty) LtdAurum Charitable TrustBank Sector Training and Education AuthorityThe Beit TrustBHP Billiton Development TrustBirdLife South AfricaBM Raff Will TrustBoehringer Ingelheim (Pty) LtdThe Boston Consulting Group (Pty) LtdThe Breadsticks FoundationBritish American Tobacco South AfricaThe Calleva FoundationCape Gate (Pty) Ltd, Cape TownCape Gate (Pty) Ltd, VanderbijlparkCapebridge Trust Company (Pty) LtdThe Carl and Emily Fuchs FoundationCharles Stewart Mott FoundationThe Children’s Hospital TrustCHK Charities LtdThe Chris Barnard Trust Fund
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN DONOR ROLL
FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND CORPORATES
The University of Cape Town gratefully acknowledges the sustained contributions of the following partners. Their generosity has assisted us toward our goals of improving student access to tertiary education and
promoting curriculum, staff and student transformation; increasing our research capacity; and implementing programmes that promote social engagement and community upliftment.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN DONOR ROLL
FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND CORPORATES
Daimler Fonds - Deutsches Stiftungs-ZentrumThe Davis FoundationDe Beers Consolidated Mines LtdDe Beers Fund Educational TrustDepartment for International Develop - ment (DFID), Southern AfricaDepartment of Economic Development and TourismDepartment of Health (Western Cape)Desmond Tutu HIV/AIDS FoundationDie Rupert-MusiekstigtingThe Doris Crossley FoundationDow Southern Africa (Pty) LtdDr Stanley Batchelor Bursary TrustDr. Leopold und Carmen Ellinger StiftungEdgars Consolidated Stores LtdEdwards Lifesciences (Pty) LtdEJ Lombardi Family Charitable TrustElse Kröner-Fresenius-StiftungElsevier FoundationEmbassy of the People’s Republic of ChinaEranda FoundationEric and Sheila Samson FoundationErnest E and Brendalyn Stempel FoundationFetzer InstituteFirstRand Bank LimitedThe FirstRand FoundationThe Foschini Group CSIThe Foschini Group LtdGarden Cities IncThe Gatsby Charitable FoundationGlaxoSmithKline plcGoldman Sachs Charitable FundGoldman Sachs FoundationGovernment Technical Advisory CentreGreen Leaves Ausbildungs-StiftungGuy Elliott Medical Fellowship FundHaw & Inglis (Pty) LtdHBD Business HoldingsHCI FoundationThe Hermann Ohlthaver TrustHillensberg Trust BursaryHope for Depression Research FoundationHR Hill Residuary TrustHSBC AfricaHumanist Institute for Development CooperationIBA Human Rights Institute TrustThe Indigo TrustThe Institute of International Education IncInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development
International Development Research CentreThe International Foundation for Arts and CultureInvestec LimitedThe Jaks TrustJanssen Pharmaceutica (Pty) LtdJoan St Leger Lindbergh Charitable TrustThe John D & Catherine T MacArthur FoundationThe John Davidson Educational TrustThe John Ellerman FoundationJohnson & Johnson (USA)Johnson & Johnson Services IncJohnson Matthey plcJPMorgan Chase South African Trust FoundationJRS Biodiversity FoundationJulian Baring Scholarship FundThe Justin and Elsa Schaffer Family UCT Scholarship TrustKangra Group (Pty) LtdKaplan Kushlick Educational FoundationKarl Storz GmbH & Co KGKeerweder (Franschoek) (Pty) LtdKPMG, JohannesburgThe Leanore Zara Kaplan Will TrustLEGO FoundationThe Leverhulme TrustThe Lewis FoundationLife Healthcare FoundationLily & Ernst Hausmann Research TrustLinbury TrustLink-SA FundThe Little Tew Charitable TrustLonmin Management ServicesThe MAC AIDS FundMacsteel Service Centres SA (Pty) LtdMai Family FoundationThe Maitri TrustThe Maize TrustManufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training AuthorityMariaMarina FoundationThe Maurice Hatter FoundationMedical Education for South African BlacksMedicor FoundationMedtronic Africa (Pty) LtdMedtronic FoundationThe Merck Company FoundationMillennium TrustMisys Charitable FoundationMota Engil Construction South Africa (Pty) LtdMTU South Africa
National Arts Council of South AfricaNational Bioproducts InstituteNedbank FoundationNedgroup Trust LtdNestlé (South Africa) (Pty) LtdNew Settlers FoundationNigel & Judith Weiss Educational TrustNM Rothschild & Sons LtdNorwegian Agency for Development CooperationNovo Nordisk (Pty) LtdThe Nuffield FoundationOasis Crescent Fund TrustOld Mutual Foundation (South Africa)Old Mutual South AfricaOpen Philanthropy Project FundOpen Society Foundation for South AfricaThe Ove Arup FoundationPA Don Scholarship TrustPearson PlcPercy Fox FoundationPF Charitable TrustPfizerThe Philip Schock Charitable & Educational FoundationPicasso Headline (Pty) LtdPrimediaPM Anderson Educational TrustRapcanRand Merchant BankRangoonwala FoundationRetina South AfricaRio Tinto PlcRobert Bosch StiftungRoche Products (Pty) LtdRoche Products (Pty) Ltd - DiagnosticsRoche Products Limited, UKRockefeller Brothers FundThe Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum FoundationRosalie van der Gucht Will TrustSanlam LtdThe Sasol Social and Community TrustThe Saville FoundationThe Schroder FoundationSCHWAB Foundation for Social EntrepreneurshipThe Skye Foundation TrustSouth African Institute of Chartered AccountantsSouth African Norway Tertiary Education Development ProgrammeSouth African PenguinsSouth African Responsible Gambling FoundationSouthern African Music Rights OrganisationThe Starr Foundation
FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATES AND TRUSTS CONTINUED
Stevenson Family Charitable TrustStudents for a Better FutureSusan Thompson Buffet FoundationSwiss-South African Co-Operation InitiativeTB/HIV Care FoundationThabo Mbeki Education TrustThuthuka Education Upliftment FundTides FoundationTrencor Services (Pty) LtdTshemba Charitable Foundation NPCTullow Oil South Africa (Pty) LtdUCT Fund Inc (New York)United Therapeutics CorporationUpstream Training TrustVictor Glasstone Will TrustVodacom (Pty) Ltd
The Vodafone Group FoundationWallace Global FundWellspring Advisors, LLCWelton FoundationWenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research IncWestern Platinum LtdThe Wilfred Cooper TrustWine Industry Network of Expertise and TechnologyWyeth SA (Pty) LtdXstrata South Africa (Pty) LtdThe Zamani African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes FoundationThe Zenex Foundation
Friends of UCTOrganisations that have made gifts to UCT, totaling under R1 million.
2606 organisations who have generously shown their support by making a gift to the University of Cape Town.
FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATES AND TRUSTS CONTINUED
Chancellor’s CircleIndividuals whose gifts to UCT over a five year period have amounted to over R500,000
Bruce and Serena AckermanOludolapo Akinkugbe CONAntony and Colette BallDavid and Ursel BarnesKlaus-Jürgen BatheLee and Brenda BaumannHelen BeachRoelof BothaJohan and Monika BrinkMalcolm and Marjorie BrownCharles Edward CarterThe Cockwell FamilyPeter and Christine CooperNick and Martine CriticosElgin and Rosemary CurryTheophilus Danjuma GCONSir Mick and Lady Barbara DavisKevin DillonJudith DlaminiRashid DomingoRobert and Liesel DowerGeorge EllisRobby & Georgina EnthovenIan and Gillian FalconerJill FarrantMeyer Feldberg
John and Anne FieldBill Frankel OBEErnest FullagarBill GildRichard and Kara GnoddeJohn GrahamJohn GrievePauline GrovesPhilipp GutscheSelwyn HaasRaymond HaasMichael HaydenMichael Jurgen Alexander IhlenfeldtNeville IsdellElizabeth and Roderick JackWilliam and Yvonne JacobsonChristopher and Jeanne JenningsKenneth Downton JonesJohannes JordaanAlasdair & Eve Kemsley-PeinRobert KnutzenPaul KumlebenBrett and Jo LankesterGary LubnerPeter MaggsVincent MaiCharles McGregorNoel McIntosh and familyJim and Marilynn McNamaraTim and Marilyn NoakesTrevor Norwitz
Jonathan OppenheimerKate OwenSimon PalleyShafik ParkerDavid and Elaine Potter CBEMax Price and Deborah PoselPatrick & Jane QuirkDerek and Inks RaphaelTrevor & Sandy ReidMary May RobertsonSimon RobertsonPatrik SandinDuncan SavilleGuy ShuttGeorgina StevensSir Hugh & Lady StevensonAlan StewartGrant and Sarah Jane StubbsBen SurdutSibylla and Bruce TindaleBlaine John TomlinsonJohannes van ZylTiger WesselsStephen and Chantry WestwellChristo and Caro WieseRussel Zimmerman
FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATES AND TRUSTS CONTINUED
Vice-Chancellor’s CircleIndividuals whose gifts to UCT over a five year period have amounted to between R250,000 and R500,000
Helmut AmosRobin Barnett-HarrisBrian AnziskaSean BaumannCharlyn BelluzoRobert BermanHenry and Marcia BlumbergMarthinus BothaAnthony H BloomStewart CohenRodney DawsonKeertan DhedaLouis De WaalLinda Dobbs DBEAlan DrabkinColin DutkiewiczSheila FraterAndrew GibsonJohn GurneyEric HassallPeter HopeCraig HowieSir Chips KeswickMichael LevyClive McIntyreIrene MenellWilliam MichellCraig Mullett and familyNicolene NelKeith OatesNicholas OppenheimerFlora PedlarAnthony RademeyerLiam and Penny RatcliffeDelise ReichAlistair RuitersKier SchuringaShirley and Hymie ShwielMugsy SpiegelMargaret StanfordColin TebbuttLes UnderhillDavid WatsonIan Yudelman
Dean’s CircleIndividuals whose gifts to UCT over a five year period have amounted to between R100,000 and R250,000
Bruce Keith AdamsBeverley AdriaansMark and Lynette AlexanderMichael and Agnes Alexander FamilyHugh AmoorePeter BeightonLeslie BergmanBob BishopR David BloombergMarcus BowmanNeil BraudeStanley BraudeWalter BraudeDonald Jamieson BuchananGeoff BurtonYasmin CarrimFrancois CilliersIan ClarkBeric CroomeMichael DarlisonEzra DavidsJim DavidsonBryan DaviesElmarie de BruinJeanelle Louise De GruchyJanette DeaconMarion DixonPrashila DullabhSakhi DumakudePeter DryburghIan FarlamArthur FormanRobert FormanAnthony Stephen FrickeLauren FriedmanChristoph FröhlichSiamon GordonRobert GouldSuzanne Mary HallMary Ethel HarrissonNigel and Lila HarveyVivien HodgsonRuth Horner-MibashanGeorgina JaffeeAndrew James JaffrayMegan Ruth JobsonGeoffrey KayeWilliam J KentridgeRochelle Le RouxThomas LeidenHugh LivingstoneAlistair Charles MackayPaul Malherbe
Timothy MathewsMary MattholieMalcolm McCallumDavid JP MeachinRon MerkelMalcom Andrew MillerMichael Erwin Richard MittermaierMutle MogaseDavid NurekGerald Norman NurickHelena OkreglickiGabby ParkerBruce RoyanHannah-Reeve SandersJohn Stuart SaundersSteve SchachChristoph and Renate SchmockerMark ShuttleworthCrain SoudienSara SpiegelDavid StrongGregory John SymonsJenny ThomsonMartin TookeStephen TownsendKaren Van HeerdenMichael WestwoodJacob Daniel WieseRob WilliamsPeter George Abner WrightonDerek Yach
INDIVIDUAL DONORS CONTINUED
Individuals who have bequeathed a legacy gift to UCT in their wills.
Niel AckermanPA Ackerman Will TrustHarry AllschwangEnid AtkinsonLinda Doreen BeckettJFW BellAnne Alida BomfordSimon BorCLF BorckenhagenAM BothaArthur BridgmanJack BroadleyEdward CarterCH CharlewoodDI ChiltonPhillip Alexander ClanceyRJHH ColbackDavid Graham CunninghamJoyce Irene Ivy CupidoIlse Margaret DallEIGT DanzigerGSD DavisPauline de la Motte HallMBM DennyLilian DubbSeymour DubbCW EglinM Eilenberg TrustElsabe Carmen EinhornBarbara FinbergAzriel FineDerek Stuart Franklin
Sybil Elizabeth Laura GauntlettPamela Marcia GlassVictor Glasstone Will TrustBA GoldmanBJN GreigJM GriffithsJS Griffiths Will TrustRB GrosseGN HaywardAlfred Harold HonikmanML HuttCarolina Rebeca IljonVera JaffeColin KaplanThe Leanore Zara Kaplan Will TrustJohn E. KarlinMiriam KlukLB KnollESE Kramer Will TrustAnn Kreitzer Will TrustNH LernerElias Bertrand LevensteinLeah LevyMyer LevyHenri MaraisIN MarksDorothea McDonaldJ MelroseEOWH MiddelmannWalter MiddelmannValerie MoodieIM MonkAudrey MoriartyP Moss Will TrustRM Moss
Margaret Alice NashElizabeth Ethel Barbara ParkerHFB PaulsenRC PeadAH PeiresEdward PetrieHarry PhillipsEsme Wedderburn QuilleyJacob Wolf Rabkin TrustBM Raff Will TrustMartha ReedPatricia RocheKathe RocherKevin RochfordAnita SaundersCCG SteytlerHajee Sulaiman ShahMahomedBG ShapiroJames Sivewright Scratchley Will Trust Aline SmitIan Trevor Berry SmithRolf Richard SpiegelPWL StantonRM StegenAM StephenGeorge StratesClifford Herbert Stroude TrustAbraham SwerskyPeter TheronSarah TuroffRosalie van der Gucht Will TrustLM van der SpyCederic James VosLaurence Gregory WellsJF Viljoen
FRIENDS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
Individuals whose gifts to UCT over the last five years have amounted to less than R100,0003305 individuals who have generously shown their support by making a gift to the University of Cape Town.
Note:As of January 2015, the levels of individual donors’ giving circles have changed as follows:
• Chancellor’s circle: formerly R250 000+, now R500 000+; • Vice-Chancellor’s Circle: formerly R100 000 – R250 000, now R250 000 – R500 000; • Dean’s circle: formerly R60 000 – R100 000, now R100 000 – R250 000; • Friends of UCT: formerly
FRIENDS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY
Chancellor Graça Simbine Machel, BA Lisbon LLD(hc) UWC DU(hc) Essex PhD(hc) Cape Town DLitt et Phil(hc) RAU DHL(hc) Massachusetts Vice-Chancellor Max Rodney Price, MBBCh Witwatersrand BA Oxon MSc London Dip Occ Health Witwatersrand Chair of Council Sipho Mila Pityana, BA Essex MSc London DTech (hc) VUT President of Convocation Lorna Mildred Houston, Certificate in Adult Education Western Cape BSocSc Cape Town Deputy Vice-Chancellors Loretta Annelise Feris, BA LLB LLD Stellenbosch LLM Georgetown Maria Lis Lange, BA (Hons) Buenos Aires MA Colegio de Mexico PhD Witwatersrand Anton Powter le Roex, BSc Stellenbosch BSc(Hons) PhD Cape Town (Acting) Mamokgethi Phakeng, BSc North West MSc PhD Witwatersrand Deans of Faculties Commerce: Ingrid Denise Woolard, BSc Natal BA(Hons) Unisa PhD Cape Town Engineering & the Built Environment: Alison Emslie Lewis, PrEng BSc(Eng)Chem MSc(Eng) PhD Cape Town
FSAIChE FSAIMM MASSAf FSAAE FIChemE Health Sciences: Bongani Mawethu Mayosi, BMedSc MBChB UKZN DPhil Oxon FCP SA FRCP
London FESC FACC MASSAf OMS Humanities: David Wardle, MA DPhil Oxon (Acting) Law: Penelope Elizabeth Andrews, BA LLB Natal LLM Columbia Science: Susan Ann Bourne, BSc Hons PhD Cape Town CChem FRSC MSACI (Acting) Dean of Higher Education Development Suellen Butler Shay, BA Lincoln MA Illinois PhD Cape Town Director of the Graduate School of Business Milford Sibusiso Soko, BSocSc Cape Town MA Stellenbosch MA PhD Warwick Registrar Royston Nathan Pillay, BA HDE BEd Executive MBA Cape Town
Welcome, Wamkelekile, Welkom – today is not the end of your relationship with the university but the beginning of a new phase in your continuing relationship with UCT, one that
you share with the UCT community of over 100 000 alumni.Diverse as this community is, the shared experiences of a critical academic ethosand a spectacular campus make for a strong network that has a wide footprint,
not only in South Africa, but across the continent and the globe.
We set a great store by our links with our alumni, and indeed the links alumni have witheach other. We promise that we will be in touch, and ask you in turn to let us know
not only your current contact details but also, from time to time, somethingof your lives and where you are in your careers.
Updates can be done on the web – http://www.uct.ac.za/dad/alumni/update/ - or by writing to the Alumni Office, UCT, PB X3 Rondebosch 7701
or by contacting us on (27) (21) 650 3746.
Your alma mater looks forward to welcoming you back,whether to a public lecture, a leadership forum, your class reunion,
or just an informal call!