Premier Mokonyane and her MECs to engage with UJ students

Date: May 20, 2013 | News

​​Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane, accompanied by Members of the Executive Council (MECs), will on Wednesday, 22 May 2013, visit the University of Johannesburg’s Kingsway and Soweto campuses.​

The purpose of these visits is to share the long term vision of the province ( Vision 2055) with young people, and to engage students on the issues of skills development, unemployment, intake of graduates by government in a bid to decrease a number of unemployed graduates. ​​​

During the visits the students will be given an opportunity to engage the Premier and MECs on issues affecting them and challenges they might be experiencing.

This engagement is the first in a series of engagements that the provincial government will have with Institutions of Higher Learning in the province.

Details of the event are as follows:

Soweto Campus:

Delegation: Premier Nomvula Mokonyane, MEC for Agriculture and Social Development Nandi Mayathula Khoza; MEC for Economic Development Nkosiphendule Kolisile; MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Lebohang Maile; MEC for Transport Ismail Vadi and MEC for Infrastructure Development Qedani Mahlangu

Date: 22 May 2013

Time: 16h00

Venue: University of Johannesburg, Soweto campus, Klipspruit

Kingsway Campus:

Delegation: MEC for Education Barbara Creecy; MEC for Finance Mandla Nkomfe; MEC Health Hope Papo; MEC for Local Government and Housing Ntombi Mekgwe; MEC for Community Safety Faith Mazibuko

Date: 22 May 2013

Time: 16h00

Venue: University of Johannesburg, Kingsway campus, Auckland Park.

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