2014 Programme (subject to change)
Daily in'Glocal Village' on the Rooiplein
All activities free to Maties students and SU staff.
11:00 – 14:00
iBead Bracelets ● SRC 'Selfie' Booth ● LLL 'Lost Sock' Project ● Graffiti Tables ● Campus Quiz
13:00 – 14:00
|'African Dream' Opening with Vicky Sampson, Flag Walk, Djembe Drumming, Face painting and a Taste of Africa|
out with your Dean (11:30 – 12:30)
The Anne Hirsch Show, with Pieter Kloppers and S'thembile Cele
|The Big Matie Accent Debate with Kieno Kammies: Pronunciation, Perceptions and Power||Blind Laduma 'African Cup' penalty shootout on the lawn next to the Rooiplein||Comedy Club, with Deep Fried Man and local acts|
16:00 – 17:00
|Critical Hour: Courageous conversations on burning issues on campus, facilitated by the Centre for Mentor, Tutor and Leadership Development. |
Register for a conversation by email@example.com.
We belong here: Notions
about the child of the
farm worker and owner
Academics meet student
progress in creating
welcoming spaces in and
out of class?
|Women in leadership:|
Must have or nice to
|Staff and the university|
hierarchy: Are titles and
ranks inhibiting our sense
18:00 – 21:00
|Sunset Concert with Maties Sȇr, Mario Ogle and Dans Dans Lisa|||
Comedy Night, with Chester Missing, Kagiso Mokgadi, Jonathan Cooper and friends.
|Glocal Food Evening, hosted by the Postgraduate and International Office||Neelsie Jam with Desmond and the Tutus and Crazy White Boy|| |
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Diversity Week is presented by Stellenbosch University, in association with its Students' Representative Council, Listen, Live and Learn initiative, FVZS Institute for Student Leadership Development, Postgraduate and International Office, and MFM 92.6