year in review 2018 Paperturn - Page 50



VC LAUNCHES
SUBSTANTIAL
SCHOLARSHIPS
FOR WOMEN
Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng launched three substantial
scholarships for women, focused on gender issues, as part of a UCT
Women’s Day event – For Women by Women – at Graça Machel Hall.
society sectors was devoted to giving
a voice to marginalised women in
society, particularly queer and trans
women.
Announcing the scholarships,
Phakeng said that while these would
target human capital development,
they would also “help us rethink our
Guests of honour were UCT
Chancellor Graça Machel and former
UCT Vice-Chancellor Dr Mamphela
Ramphele.
Much of Phakeng’s address to the
over 200 top-level representatives
of the business, political, diplomatic,
academic, student, faith and civil
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