Thinking out of the box
“I’d like to think of myself as an entrepreneur,” says Nondumiso Dlamini, a third year BCom Management Accounting student at Stellenbosch University. Nondumiso is the creator of Peanut butter, JAM & Cashew nuts, a small food business that aims to bridge the gap between affordable and high quality food offering to students. Nondumiso is participating in the LaunchLab Fellowship, an initiative that inspires students to become future problem solvers and entrepreneurs.
Youth Day 2018
16 June is Youth Day - Five young South African marvels we can all be proud of
The South African recently published this inspiring article that takes a look at some of the youngest heroes South Africa has to offer.
Read the article
Future Problem Solvers
Civil Engineering students Heidi Christen and Michal Venter are advocating sustainability on Stellenbosch University campuses by introducing a reusable coffee cup system. The duo are participating in the LaunchLab Fellowship, an initiative that inspires students to become future.
Maties reach out to Community
A group of Matie Community Service student volunteers from Stellenbosch University Primary Health Care hosted a health promotion day at the Kalkfontein Community Hall on Saturday 26 May.
The day was aimed at identifying the symptoms of health issues such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, and providing advice to local residents on health issues.
TygerBurger, a weekly community newspaper, published
this article covering the event.