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Mamokgethi Phakeng Apr 17
This is what happened at the end of the graduation ceremony today. It’s KZN in Cape Town. Check the two graduands dancing. You should have seen them when they walked up the stage to be capped. It was lit πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
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VARSITY Apr 12
Replying to @officialSoligah
Our Managing Editor, Aidon Croy. "As a final year Business Science Finance Accounting student, I hope to create a financial framework which can be used in future years and improve financial efficiency."
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VARSITY Apr 12
Replying to @officialSoligah
Our Online Editor, Arin Barry. "I want to push the website to reach new levels by incorporating all forms of media alongside the text. By adding video audio and animation elements the website will become an interactive experience to readers."
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VARSITY Apr 12
Replying to @officialSoligah
Our Creative Director, Tasneem Jacobs. "I can't wait to oversee the wrap editions this year and get to produce work that I'm proud of. I aim to make Varsity more interactive and collaborative amongst fellow students organisations on campus."
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VARSITY Apr 12
Replying to @officialSoligah
Copy Editor, Ntombi Khulu: As the new Copy Editor for 2019, I'm really excited to bring forward some fresh content and incorporate new innovative articles and ideas from the collective and from the larger UCT community. Get ready for a vibrant and 21st century VARSITY Newspaper!
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VARSITY Apr 12
Replying to @officialSoligah
Our Deputy Editor in Chief, Akhona Matshoba. "This year I am looking forward to challenging our norms by ensuring that Varsity produces content that will stimulate meaningful debates around issues that matter to our readership and greater UCT community."
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VARSITY Apr 12
Our Editor In Chief, : As the editor, I know that this year will bring about great opportunities as well as challenges. My aim is to see every development as a learning curve. I am a firm believer in the saying, "Everything happens for a reason."
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VARSITY Apr 9
UNICEF at UCT is holding their opening event tomorrow. Details below.
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UCT International Office Apr 5
Reminder! The is hosting an information session in Leslie Social 2C at 13:00 today! Come join us and find out about scholarships and opportunities on offer!
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β€οΈπŸ‘‘ 17 April πŸŽπŸŽ‰πŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸ’žπŸ’‹πŸ’• Apr 3
hi guys i have decided to open an NGO in my community in Soweto ,study center where students can come study and read books . Please donate any books or at-least retweet might be someone on your Tl that can sponsor or donate lets help each other out cause education is key THANK U!
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EFF_Western Cape Apr 4
Applications for special votes are open from today until 18 April. SMS your ID number to 32249 if you want to vote on the 6th or 7th of May. For home visits by to vote, you fill in the hard copy application form or apply on line.
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VARSITY Apr 3
The TG shares that the reason merchandise has been R15000 while there are only golf-shirts is because there is more merchandise that's coming.
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VARSITY Apr 3
Esihle reveals that Fresher's guides are in Steve Biko and not distributed. Siphokazi asks why the SRC only delivered fresher's guides in March. Why was merchandise so expensive? The DSG shares that the fresher's guide is important at any point time.
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VARSITY Apr 3
: The SRC President had to come down to CPT as a Council member as delegated by the SRC. The funds of travel were not covered by the SRC, the SRC was only affected because it administered the funds.
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VARSITY Apr 3
: -Anathi asks why a Student who has not attended any SRC meeting is still a member of the SRC. -An MSP asks why there was overbudgeting and overspending.
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VARSITY Apr 3
- The Chair of Health Sciences argues the high success of RAC and shared that representatives from their faculty is not pleased with the SRC RAC deployed for them. - Siphelele asks what will happen with the money for SAUS funds.
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VARSITY Apr 3
Questions are opened for both the Treasurer's report (TR) and the Organisational report(OR). 1- Tembeka asks what is the Sport Representative doing.
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VARSITY Apr 3
-The SRC assisted students who were being forced to vacate residences in the Health Faculty and intervened successfully. -The SRC successfully intervened in the cases for students who were denied access to labs during Summer Term.
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VARSITY Apr 3
: -The SRC notes that it could have done better to fight academic exclusion and has since approached to include a student in DEC to avoid a repeat of the crisis.
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VARSITY Apr 3
: stands up to give the Organizational Report as the Secretary-General. From the 15 members that were democratically elected, resigned and the resignation was accepted in February. The vacancy was filled by number 16, Esihle.
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