UJ SPRA students get their hands dirty at Choc Walk

Date: Aug 22, 2013 | News

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) Students Public Relations Association (SPRA) participated in the Revlon Choc Walk which was held on Sunday, 18 August at Zoo Lake, where they showed support for children living with cancer.​


The Public Relations students worked as volunteers and others participated in the 4km and 8km walks to raise awareness about cancer.
Spra Students
SOURCE OF LIFE: Nicolas Mmako, third-year Public Relations (PR), Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) student and Chairperson of SPRA; Phemelo Dibodu (middle), a third-year PR, WIL student and Secretary General of SPRA; and Johannes Mankayi second-year PR student all volunteered their time by giving out water to those who were walking at the Choc Walk on Sunday​.​



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