Historical items have been lost after wildfires ravaged parts of the University of Cape Town on Sunday.
The fire broke out near Rhodes Memorial and quickly spread across Table Mountain and into several residential areas.
Over 4,000 students were evacuated from the Rondebosch campus and moved to hotels across the city.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, estimates the damages could total over R500-million, excluding the priceless books that went up in flames.
Radio Islam Spoke to Elijah Moholola, Spokesperson Communication and Marketing Department, University of Cape Town Rondebosch, regarding measures taken by UCT for Food and water, and also for accommodation for those that stay there.