NMMU’s joint charity clothing drive, Hangout4ubuntu, took place yesterday. The initiative championed by Marketing and Corporate Relations in partnership with Student Governance, mobilised 70 student societies and residences to live out the value of Ubuntu by giving to others.
Others who took part were: NMMUs deputy director communications Debbie Derry, Jayde Bevis from Psychology society, NMMU Manager of student life and events Karen Snyman, Sarah Everett (Psychology society) and Sinovuyo Mdlungu (Societies Officer) along with 2014 Golden Key Community Service award winner and President of the NMMU Chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society Curwyn Mapaling who all made sure to hang their donated clothes on the fence in the Hangout4Ubuntu campaign.
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