Stanley Kidd is proud to be part of the Nelson Mandela Hall. We currently have 66 students in three different buildings within the Hall grounds. These buildings are named Stanley Kidd Main House and Stanley Kidd Annexe 1 and Annexe 2. A picture of the main house can be seen in the picture to the right. The residence consists of 60 single rooms and 3 double rooms for students wishing to share. Students sharing a room qualify for a discount in res fees. Each res room has a resnet point, allowing students with their own computers to connect to the internet. There is also a communal web kiosk in the foyer of the main house, as well as a res printer.

The house has 2 common rooms with DSTV, a table tennis table, a pool table and a social bar. The common rooms are situated in an exterior building (with ablution facilities and a braai area), which allows the students to unwind on evenings, weekends or during big sporting matches without disturbing those who wish to have an early night in or are working in their rooms.

The Men of Stanley Kidd House

As with all the residences in campus, it is the people that make the residence more than the building itself. The men in Stanley Kidd live by a simple rule of respecting themselves and respecting those around them. Many students often refer to the other students in res being more like brothers than neighbours. There are plenty of activities through out the year to keep the students entertained, such as res braai's, inter-res sports, internal league soccer, etc.


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