HR Labour Law students
A group of HR Labour Law students were inspired to band together and encourage their fellow students to respect their campus recently.
On 9 May they spent their morning picking up trash in order to try and make the campus look as neat as possible.
Ms Louisa Japtha, their Labour Law lecturer who led the campaign, summarised the aim of the initiative as follows: “The aim of this campaign is to have students personally involved to become more conscious of actions to keep the campus clean. It is important for students to see what it takes to keep the campus looking nice, and it helps them feel a sense of giving to the community.”
In addition to that, it is also a way to foster our future leaders and for them to gain insight and perspective as to how to be an active member, serving your community.”
The next scheduled clean-up day is Friday, 18 May from 10am. The group meets in front of the lecture room U006. Any student who is interested to join the group should “just show up”.
The group thanks the nursing staff at the Clinic and Dr Thembinkosi Maseko from the Department of Legal Sciences for their generous contributions which assisted to make this campaign a success.