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Nelson Mandela revisits his prison cell on Robben Island in 1994, four years after his release from prison.
Celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela
UCT Libraries celebrate the extraordinary life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, affectionately known as 'Madiba'. The Libraries hold many unique photographs, films, and documents relating to the life and struggles of Nelson Mandela. As a tribute to...
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UCT Libraries goes cashless
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Sketch of Hiddingh Hall Library.
Welcome to Hiddingh Hall Library!
In 1911 Hiddingh Hall Library became the University of Cape Town’s first purpose built Library. Today it is a branch library serving the Departments of Drama, History of Art and Fine Art.

News

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

In anticipation of the Institute for Creative Arts festival, which runs from the 10-26 February, ICA Director Jay Pather will introduce the programme on Thursday the 2nd February at 6 Spin Street, Cape Town.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 11:00

Are you a Senior or Post Graduate student? Would you like to work part-time in the Hiddingh Hall Library as a Student Library Assistant in 2017? Please complete the application form and sign the Code of conduct and email it to lib-hiddingh@uct.ac.za  before 28th February 2017.

Publication Date:
Monday, January 23, 2017 - 16:15

We would like to remind our users to carry your UCT ID card with you at all times. All library patrons are required to carry their UCT ID cards as the Libraries' regulations might require you to present it. Please help us to ensure our Libraries are used in a responsible manner. 

Publication Date:
Monday, February 15, 2016 - 13:00
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From January 2016, UCT Libraries has decided to go cashless, and the reasons are three-fold:

to reduce the costs of handling cash across all the libraries (money will be saved on cash collection fees, bank charges and staff resources); to reduce the infrastructure requirements for cash handling and storage and; to reduce the potential physical risk to staff and students.

The move to a cashless environment will make our financial operations more efficient and cost effective.

Publication Date:
Monday, December 21, 2015 - 09:30

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