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The Stellenbosch University Museum invites the Matie community and members of public to view a mini exhibition celebrating Ahmed Kathrada’s visit to SU last year in August. You can also leave a special message to the Kathrada family in a special book of condolences at the museum. This book will be handed over to the Ahmed Kathrada foundation.
about 18 hours ago
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Today’s water smart tip We all have a responsibility to report leaking taps or faulty sprinklers. Water smart tip #4: Report it! Inform Facilities Management of any leaking taps, toilets or irrigation on campus at 021 808 4666. Water leakages in town can be reported at 021 808 8890. Please support #watersmartWednesday -------------------------------------------------------------------- Vandag se waterwys wenk Dit is elkeen se verantwoordelikheid om lekkende krane of stukkende sproeiers aan te meld. Waterwys wenk #4: Meld dit aan! Meld lekkende krane, toilette of besproeiing op kampus aan by Fasiliteitsbestuur by 021 808 4666. Waterlekke in die dorp kan by 021 808 8890 aangemeld word. Ondersteun asseblief #waterslimWoensdag
about 23 hours ago
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Stellenbosch University is saddened by the loss of Struggle activist Ahmed Kathrada. The Kathrada Foundation confirmed his passing early this morning. Prof Wim De Villiers, SU Vice-Chancellor and Rector expressed his condolences to Kathrada’s family and loved ones saying South Africa has lost a great man. “Not only has he made a very big contribution to the democracy of our country, but he was also committed to justice, reconciliation and the betterment of the lives of all South Africans.” The Stellenbosch University Museum is hosting a mini-exhibition to commemorate Kathrada celebrating his last birthday at SU last year. This exhibition can be currently viewed at the museum. A condolences book is available at the museum to be signed by members of the public. “Hatred, revenge, bitterness - these are negative emotions. The person harbouring those emotions suffers more.” (Ahmed Kathrada)
about 1 days ago


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