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University of Cape Town to investigate governance row

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Independent panel led by retired judge to deliver findings by end of year

The University of Cape Town in South Africa says it will appoint an independent five-member panel, led by a retired judge, to investigate governance issues that have rocked the institution in recent weeks.

The decision, taken by the university’s governing council on 15 October, reverses a resolution taken on 6 October to investigate the matter internally.

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