One of the University of Cape Town's Older Buildings Gets a Facelift

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CENTRE FOR FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES
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FULL NAME:SAMUKHELE MWASE
STUDENT NUMBER:MWSSAM001
CONTACT NUMBER: 0843019744
COURSE CODE:FAM1001P
TOPIC:One of University’s older buildings gets a facelift DUE DATE:30 NOVEMBER 2012
SEMINAR LEADER/TUTOR:KIM JOHNSON
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Signature: Date: 29.11.2012 ONE OF UNIVERSITY’S OLDER BUILDINGS GETS A FACELIFT

The front of the Snape building with UCT’s signature vines On the 26th of November 2012, the Snape building, located on the Upper campus of the University of Cape Town, was officially handed over to Skye Demolition to be knocked down for the construction of a contemporary building. This will be the first time that any renovations have been made to the building since its completion in the 20th century. Snape building is under the Faculty of...
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