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Malema to graduate at Unisa again

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Malema to graduate at Unisa again

5th September 2017


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Julius Malema, Commander in Chief (CIC) and the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), will tomorrow graduate with a BA-Honours Degree in Philosophy from the College of Human Sciences at the University of South Africa (Unisa)

Graduation Ceremonies will take place as follow:
Date      : Wednesday, 6th September 2017
Venue  : ZK Mathews Hall, Theo van Wijk Building, Unisa Muckleneuk Campus. Pretoria
Time      : 16:00


Having started his junior degree in 2011 and successfully complete and graduated in March 2016 the Commander in Chief (CIC) who also has a diploma in youth development from Unisa, is doing it again and display the importance of perseverance that education is the key to a better future.

“As the best world class open distance learning institution, Unisa occupies a unique space in South Africa and Africa as it creates education opportunities for as many people as possible. Having been a part of the Unisa student system, and, as stepping into the ranks of its alumni - many of whom have become some of Africa’s greatest leaders - Unisa’s alumni must strengthen its autonomous voice in the running of the university to protect it as alma mater” said Malema during his graduation ceremony in March 2016.


“The University congratulates our entire graduate including Mr Malema for being able to complete all his studies under such difficult environment as a leader of a political party. We wish him the best and hope he will continue with his educations by doing so to encourage young people to take education serious in order to uplift their life’s” said Prof Mandla Makhanya, Unisa Principal and Vice Chancellor.




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