Hello Super Crowd Funders,
Now’s your turn to change the stats - and reverse the student drop-out rate directly!
Check out the videos and invest your pocket change (anything from R25 and up) to help make the Super Idea you support a reality!
Just follow these 3 easy steps:
1.See how it works: http://www.supernews.co.za/solve/crowd-fund/
2.Click to view all Super Ideas & Crowd-Fund: http://www.supernews.co.za/super-stage/super-stage-2/
3.Select the Super Idea you
want to support and click ‘invest’ on the crowd-fund banner next to it (this takes you to a payment gateway where you can pay by cash (uKash), EFT, credit card or vouchers)
Thank YOU for Making Ideas Happen!
The Supernews Team
Friday 25 May 2012
Part of One Week - One World
To celebrate the day, please consider:
•Finding out more about Africa Day on www.africaday.info.
•Dressing in African traditional dress.
•Picking the African menu option in your dining hall.
•Starting a conversation at your dining hall table about a current issue in an African country.
•Greeting everyone you meet in a language that is spoken in Africa (Habari! Hujambo! Bonjour! Hello!).
•Entering the International Office photography competition for the best traditional African dress idea. Competition closes on Africa Day at midnight.
•Bringing a poem from or about Africa to read at Cafe D’Vine (formerly Reddits) in New Street, at 18h00.
The examinations are almost upon us, and I’d like to remind everyone, especially first-years, of the basic rules, so that you are well-prepared. You can read the full version at http://www.scifac.ru.ac.za/examtime.htm
Seating plans: each student is allocated a specific seat, and a seating plan is placed just outside the entrance of the exam venue.
Punctuality: Doors are locked 10 minutes before the session - i.e. at 8:20 and at 1:50, and you must be seated in your allocated
place before lock-up time. Because of last-minute crowding, allow yourself some extra time to find your seat. If you find the doors have been locked by the time you arrive, don't panic: the doors will be re-opened when the papers have been distributed. If you are very late, don’t panic either: you will be admitted to the venue up to one hour after the start of the session, but you WILL NOT get
additional time to compensate for your late start.
Attendance forms: at each exam you must complete an attendance form which will be collected by the invigilator shortly after the exam has started.