Following five days of mourning for those we have lost to Covid-19 and to gender-based violence, and in these 16 days of activism against violence against women and children, we are well reminded of the many forms in which gender-based violence manifests. We look back at a 2019 article on workplace harassment, written by UCT Law's Professor Rochelle le Roux.
The Faculty's Department of Public Law held a special discussion on Thursday 5 November 2020, to acknowledge the distinguished career of Professor Rashida Manjoo - and to bid her farewell as she leaves the Faculty end-2020.
Edition 10 of The African Yearbook of Rhetoric is out. The AYOR, a multi-lingual peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the development of rhetoric studies on & in Africa, has strong links to UCT Law Faculty's Centre for Rhetoric Studies.
Should provincial departments of social development be held liable for damages when a child is injured at a nursery school? Nurina Ally, who has recently joined the Department of Public Law, co-authors an opinion on this important issue.
The Mail & Guardian (M&G) has announced their 2020 list of 200 Young South Africans, the young innovators who are already changing our world. Over 30 members of the University of Cape Town (UCT) community are on this year’s honour roll. Amongst these are four graduates of UCT Law.
Been wondering about the global resurgence of supremacist ideology? Distinguished Professor Philippe-Joseph Salazar has written a book on this topic. Currently available in French, Suprémacistes is described by its author as a "travel narrative - a travel into "whiteland" ... a journey into white ideas".
Calling all UCT students, undergraduate and postgraduate - do you have great ideas about how to drive social change? Stand a chance of being one of 20 winners of a $25 000 REIMAGINE scholarship by writing a 1 200-word essay by 25 September 2020.