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New Student Council elected
17 March 2011
 

There is new student mayor in town following a learners’ citizenship summit. Students from various high schools spent the weekend bonding and campaigning.

THE newly elected Joburg Student Council executive committee begins its term with a promise of a fruitful year in office.

 

Learners from schools around Johannesburg attend the Learners Summit
Students from schools around Johannesburg at the Citizenship Learners' Summit
They were elected on 14 March during the Citizenship Learners’ Summit at Konka Camp in Magaliesberg. In all, more than 150 learners from several Joburg high schools participated in the camp and the elections, in which the council leaders were voted in for the 2011/2012 year.

 

The student council promotes the views and interest of learners in Joburg by engaging the City on matters that concern them.

“We are going to work together to identify the challenges that are faced by learners in Joburg. One of our major focuses is to bring improvements in terms of academic activities by creating debating forums, where students will be granted a platform to voice their concerns,” said the newly elected student mayor, Triston Marot.

“We will ensure that all portfolios serve their purpose, so that we can make the 2011/12 council the best ever.”


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Last Updated on 10 January 2013