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14 December 2022
CHS bids farewell to its proud student assistants as two prepare to graduate in December 2022!
When the university went back to normal operations mid 2022, after a 2 year administration and academic programme operations hiatus and Covid-19 restrictions were lifted, operations are slowly getting normal including events such as graduations and other gatherings. This year passed on so quickly, and CHS will be graduating another cohort of graduates as well as bidding farewell to their remarkable four Students Assistants who have assisted them through their challenging times during and after the lockdown.  The student assistants are Amy Stemmet (Bachelor of Social Work), Liam Petersen (BSc in Sport, Recreation & Exercise Science, Wendy Nokubonga Ntshiba (Bachelor of Nursing), Silibaziso Mupereki (Bachelor of Nursing). Wendy and Silibaziso will be graduating on 15th December with their Bachelors of Nursing degree.

Every year, CHS sends out a call for student assistants to work within the faculty and departments, and in most cases, the faculty receives overwhelming interest and applications from students who are willing to be more engaged within the faculty, beyond studying, providing administrative assistance on a regular basis. The student assistants have been helpful in all faculty administration, operations, and events-related duties over the years. As we bid farewell to our student assistants the CHS Faculty wishes them all the best for the future in their personal and professional endeavors.

“It has been a wonderful experience being a student and employee of the faculty, the support and memories I will forever cherish for years to come and I am grateful for the opportunity,” said Wendy.
The Faculty has already initiated a new process of recruitment and upskilling new student assistants. Come 2023, a new student assistants’ cohort will begin their exciting journey as student assistants across the Faculty.  CHS genuinely appreciates the service of these fine students as they get to learn and carry out administrative, events, and operations-related duties. Furthermore, it’s good for their development, learning, and acquisition of new skills which they will need in the not-too-distant future.