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Many couples today plan for their wedding but not the marriage. To start your marriage on the right note, it is advisable that couples consult a financial advisor to help them chart their family’s financial future. #MoneyAndMarriage#FinancialAdvisor#EnablingDreams
#UPDATE: Post graduate debt relief
2016, December 6
The journey has been long but the journey continues. When we started the year we made a commitment to enable dreams and ensure that no student is left behind.
Zero-EFC and missing-middle post-graduate students were allowed to register with down-payment exemption. This meant that these students would register without paying, however there were challenges as they did not have any funding for textbooks, accommodation and food.
We as the SRC then took it to ourselves to work together with Rehab Bookstores through our #enablingDREAMS and book bank campaign which made available textbooks for these students and also worked together with campus health to ensure that there is a grocery pack available for them every month on request.
However these students were facing the biggest challenge of all, having a debt. We are proud to announce that through the work of the SRC South campus site-rep Mr Ian Shoniwa as representative of the SRC in the Post Graduate Committee we were able to secure funding for these students.
Unfortunately due to the unrest and protests that were on campus the students debts could not be processed and paid for to ensure that the students graduate.
We are therefore calling all post graduate students who registered using down payment exemption to submit their details at [email protected] This includes the unfunded Btech students.
The SRC President and Secretary General will be attending university council on Friday to once more ensure that no student is left behind.
Inquiries : 0781617805
1 348:46 PM Dec 6, 2016
Yesterday as the SRC we handed over a cheque to @NMMU4U Campus Health Services worth R 100 000 to contribute towards their food bank for needy students and a second cheque worth R 50 000 to Rehab bookstores to assist more students in their book bank #enablingDREAMS
The NMMU SRC 2016 will be hosting the annual Africa Unplugged as to help promote and encourage unity, social cohesion and peace within the student body.
This event is to allow us students of the Nelson Mandela University to also celebrate the Africa week which is aimed at honouring and embracing the diversity of our beautiful continent.
We will be organising this event also hosting Witness The Funk which was supposed to perform at Mr and Miss Freshette afterparty but could not due to unforeseen circumstances.
We ask all students to support and be part of this event. Let’s come together for this last night, relax a bit as we prepare for our examinations.
All the proceeds of the event will serve as donations towards our #enablingDREAMS campaign which is aimed at raising funds to help needy students with food and text books.
NMMU SRC International Officer
076 224 1880