Champagne for development societies

07 May 2012

Champagne for development societiesIn picture is Price (fourth from right) with Josh Platzky Miller, Helen Matienga, Tafadzwa Mautsa, Kimeshan Naidoo, Maletsabisa Molapo, Jean Smuts and Karusha Naidoo.

UCT vice-chancellor Dr Max Price toasted student societies at a cocktail meet-and-greet at his Glenara residence on 19 April.

At the event, Price applauded the societies - representatives were present from the Green Campus Initiative, Habitat for Humanity, the Rural Support Network, Students for Law & Social Justice, the United Nations Association of South Africa, RAG, SHAWCO and UBUNYE - for their sterling development initiatives.

"We'd like to thank you all for the very important work you do," said Price.

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