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School of Management Sciences

26/07/2016

The School of Management Sciences participated in the Nelson Mandela 67 Minutes project held on 18 July 2016 in honour of the late President Nelson Mandela.

The various departments in the school interacted with various institutions that assist, take care of or educate people in need.

Staff from the Department of Marketing Management delivered much needed school supplies to Sinako as part of their Mandela Day efforts. Sinako is a special needs school which ensures that children with disabilities such as ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Delays have the right to education.

The Department of Logistics and Business Management staff visited the SOS Children's Village in Port Elizabeth. They supplied hotdogs and juices to the children in residence. The village houses 11 homes for the children and each home has a mother caring for the children.

The Department of Management Practice collected stationery for the Missionvale Care Centre as part of the Mandela Day 67 Minutes Project. There is a primary school on the premises of the Care Centre which is attended by 350 learners. Their donation will go a long way in assisting the learners in their study endeavours. Not only did they donate stationery for the children, but they also ensured that there were numerous teaching aids included as well.