Voting to elect the Executive Committee of UJ Convocation

Date: Aug 13, 2019 | Media Release, News

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is all set for the election of Convocation members to serve on the Executive Committee of the UJ Convocation.

The call for participation in the election follows after the finalisation of the nomination process, the completion of the auditing process for the University Convocation members list and the testing of the secure online voting system.

The online voting system will commence on Tuesday, August 13 2019, and close on August 30, 2019.

As per the Constitution of the UJ Convocation, the Executive Committee of the Convocation includes five members elected by Convocation, including the President and Deputy President. The results will be communicated and published online during the first week of September 2019.

Said Professor Kinta Burger, the Registrar, UJ: “Convocation is an important statutory structure of the University and its members are key stakeholders and ambassadors of UJ. The election of the Executive Committee of Convocation – to represent this huge body of be stakeholders – is therefore of significant importance. To ensure the authenticity of communication regarding the Convocation, any communication sent will also be displayed on the UJ website. Any communication regarding the process or meetings of the Convocation, etc. that do not appear on the UJ website will not regarded as official.”


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