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UCT and transformation

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The plinth where the statue of Cecil John Rhodes used to stand on UCT. The graffiti says, “CJ waz here”. The pamphlet pasted over it says, “Was it worth it?” Photo by Masixole Feni.
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In April and May 2015 we published a five-part series on UCT and transformation:

The above series was researched and written by Nathan Geffen and Kevin Elliott.

Also see What is UCT’s new admissions policy? which was published in 2014.

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