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27 October 2017

FrankTalk Dialogue

The Role of University Students in the Development of Communities


The Steve Biko Foundation, in partnership with the School of Development Studies at the University of Mpumalanga, invites you to a FrankTalk dialogue, “Leaders of Tomorrow: The Role of University Students in the Development of Communities” to be held at the University of Mpumalanga, Mbombela campus.

 

University graduates are largely seen as crucial national assets in addressing many policy priorities, and as sources of new knowledge and innovative thinking; providers of skilled personnel with credible credentials; agents of social justice and mobility; contributors to social and cultural vitality; and determinants of health and well-being. The upcoming dialogue will reflect on the role of students in the development of communities today.

 

DATE: Friday, 27th October 2017

VENUE: Building 4 Auditorium, University of Mpumalanga, Mbombela Campus

TIME: 11:30 for 12:00

RSVP: rsvp@sbf.org.za

 

PANELLISTS:

Prof. Rachmond Howard, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, UMP

Ms. Mandisa Chirwa, ENACTUS President & 2nd Year B Dev. Studies, UMP

Mr. Moses Sithole, SRC President & Final Year B Agriculture Student, UMP

Dr. Thanyani Madzivhandila, Senior Lecturer, Development Studies, UMP

 

For more information please contact Thando Sipuye on 011 403 0310 or via email: tsipuye@sbf.org.za


Role of University Students in Development of Communities

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