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Yeki Hambe
Yeki Hambe- Production by Sex Worker Theatre South Africa
The Sex Worker Theatre SA (SWT SA) will be performing their show "YEKI HAMBE: Let it Go" at the Bindery Lab (UCT Hiddingh Campus) on 29 and 30 November. This Physical Theatre show is directed by Iman Isaacs and is the culmination of a training...
Dean of Humanities
AGI Advisory Board Chair appointed Dean of Humanities
Associate Professor Shose Kessi, Chair of the AGI Advisory Board is the newly appointed Dean of the Humanities Faculty.
Dreaming Feminisms
Dreaming Feminisms: Futilities and Futures
The African Gender Institute invites you to a series of conversations,choreographed with Desiree Lewis (Women&Gender Studies, UWC) and a panoply of provocative feminist interlocutors.
Amina Wadud Event
25 Years of Gender-Inclusive Ethics: A Commemorative Lecture Celebrating Prof. Amina Wadud
In 2021 UCT Gender Studies and Department of Religious Studies will introduce an interdisciplinary Masters degree programme in Islam, Gender and Sexuality. Moving toward this, in August this year the African Gender Institute and the Department of...
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LBQ Feminist Global Conference
African Gender Institute part of local working group organising the Global LBQ Feminist Conference. AGI joins Triangle Project as the main host alongside the Gender Equity Unit (GEU), Femme Project, Free Gender and Gender Dynamix
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Sunday, 15 December 2019
Second Production by Sex Worker Theatre South Africa
Yeki Hambe- Production by Sex Worker Theatre South Africa

The Sex Worker Theatre SA will be performing their show, "Yeki Hambe: let it go" at UCT's Bindery Lab (Hiddingh Campus) on 29 & 30 November at 19h00 and 30 November at 15h00.

Publication Date:
Wed, 04 Dec 2019 - 13:15
Newly Appointed Dean of Humanities
AGI Advisory Board Chair appointed Dean of Humanities

Associate Professor Shose Kessi, Chair of the AGI Advisory Board is the newly appointed Dean of the Humanities Faculty.

Publication Date:
Fri, 06 Dec 2019 - 18:15
Brief Open Response to the Vice-Chancellor of UCT on the question of naming/shaming communication, 6th September

Dear Vice Chancellor Phakeng,
Over the past few years, womxn (and sometimes others) at UCT have often fought publicly against the realities of the intensive and complex gender-based violences in South Africa, and on our campus. These realities have been brought home to us, again, in a terrible way in the past two weeks. As the African Gender Institute/Gender Studies, we honour the students who have rallied so fiercely in the past two weeks to fight for Uyinene Mrweytana and against gender-based violence. We also send thanks to you for your tireless energy in the past days, as you have worked with your team to communicate, to honour Uyinene Mrwetyana, and to open spaces for the essential dialogues needed.

We write now in the spirit of that work.

Publication Date:
Mon, 09 Dec 2019 - 16:30
Dreaming Feminisms: Futilities and Futures

The African Gender Institute invites you to a series of conversations,choreographed with Desiree Lewis (Women&Gender Studies, UWC) and a panoply of provocative feminist interlocutors.

Publication Date:
Mon, 09 Dec 2019 - 11:30

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