Bloemfontein Campus Members 2017/2018

Welkom Campus Members 2017/2018

Bloemfontein Campus

Name & Surname Portfolio Gender E-mail Address
Sinazo Hafula President Female srcbfnpres@cut.ac.zasinazo.zonke@gmail.com
Moliehi Rajonase Deputy President Female diehirajonase.222@gmail.com
Itumeleng Matete Sabbatical/Secretary General Male waltermatete@gmail.comsrcbfnssg@cut.ac.za
Siyamthanda Nqumashe Finance Officer Female yessy.nqumashe@gmail.com
Natasha Lethola Academic Officer Female  letholab@gmail.com
Tsholofelo Baanyang Constitution and Legal Affairs Male  tsholobaanyang@gmail.com
Vuyiseka Mbewu Projects and Campaign Officer Female  Mbewuv@gmail.com
Kamohelo Lebakeng Student Affairs Female  lebakengkamohelo@gmail.com
Rethabile Shale Residence and Accommodation Male rethashale95@gmail.com
Thapelo Saul Health and Welfare Officer Male pthapelo17@gmail.com
Thamsanqa Mlungwana Transformation Officer Male thamimlu@gmail.com
Godfrey Matowane Public Relations Officer Male godfreymatowane@gmail.com
Sebata Maseko Sports Officer Male sebata.maseko@yahoo.com
Sabelo Ngwenya Equity and Diversity Officer Male sabelongwenya17@gmail.com

Locate us on Campus

Bloemfontein

First Floor, Lapeng Student Centre

Tel:   +27 (0) 51 507 3292 | +27 (0) 51 507 3181 | +27 (0) 51 507 3708

 

Welkom Campus

Name & Surname Portfolio Gender E-mail Address
  Mangaliso Ngcolani   President   Male   mangalisomangsngcolani@gmail.com
  Sibusiso Ngomane   Deputy President   Male   sibusisokangomane@gmail.com
  Teboho Maholela Secretary General/Sabbatical   Male   tvmaholela@gmail.com
  Bongani Mkwani   Finance Officer   Male   blackablaq@live.co.uk
  Gladstone Moletsane   Education and Transformation Officer   Male   stonemoletsane123@gmail.com
  Thamsanqa Tambuki Constitution and Legal Affairs Officer   Male   ttambuki@gamil.com
  Mmoloki Bocheletsane   Projects and Campaign   Male   bocheletsanem@gmail.com
  Kopano Lerato Mofokeng   Public Relations Officer   Female   kaym400@gmail.com
  Leepo Makoko Residence and Accommodation officer   Male   leepomakoko@gmail.com
  Mokgethi Setlhalefo   Sports and Culture Officer   Male   setlhalefomr@gmail.com
  Matipa Ledwaba Health and Welfare Officer   Female   matipaledwaba@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Locate us on Campus

Welkom

Block F, Rooms 2-9

Tel: +27 (0) 57 910 3561 | +27 (0) 57 910 3563

 

Students’ Obligations in terms of The Higher Education Act (Act No. 101 Of 1997)

The Higher Education Act (Act no. 101 of 1997) stipulates that the establishment and composition, manner of election, term of office, functions and privileges of the students’ representative council of a public higher education institution must be determined by the institutional statute.

SRC Elections

The SRC consists of a president, vice-president, secretary-general/sabbatical, and members holding various portfolios.  The SRC is elected annually towards the end of September.  A sabbatical is a senior student who suspends his/her studies for a year to work for the SRC on a full-time basis.  The secretary-general’s term of office is 12 months from January to December. The secretary-general is responsible for all administrative duties of the SRC and where necessary liaises with all relevant bodies within the institution.  He/she is also an executive member of the SRC and receives an honorarium for services rendered.  Any student contesting the portfolio of secretary-general/sabbatical must be in possession of a CUT qualification.

The SRC takes the lead in many student activities and acts as a link between the student body and the management of CUT. To a large extent, the SRC has a co-ordinating and training task as far as the formation of organisations and societies, clubs and other bodies is concerned.

Through its services, the members of the SRC responsible for various portfolios liaise closely with all staff of Student Services in order to ensure the success of student affairs on campus, thus reinforcing the SRC’s position as a full-time student leadership body.

The Student Parliament is the functional leg of the SRC and is composed of two representatives of each organisation, club, society and residence on campus.  It serves as the SRC’s advisory body.  All SRC members form part of the Student Parliament.

The SRC is bound by a mandate-driven 2010 structure representing the views and aspirations of students. However, it equally operates in an atmosphere that is bound by principles of co-operative governance.

 

Updated: 09 January 2018

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