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Student Representative Council (SRC)

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is the highest decision-making student body in the university, subject to the powers of the Student Parliament. It represents students in terms of the provisions of the Higher Education Act and the Statute of the University of Cape Town. It consists of 15 registered students elected annually in a campus-wide election. The SRC holds office from 1 November until 31 October in the following year. It runs various programmes for student development and represents students on important university committees throughout its term..

Constitution of the Students' Representative Council | Election Regulations | Student Governance Model

The SRC Offices are located on the P4 Parking Lot (at the end of the Rugby Fields) on Upper Campus.

For telephonic enquiries, please call:
Ms Zola Tame, SRC receptionist at 021- 650 3537

 

The SRC members for 2020/2021

The SRC's official term commenced on 1 November 2020 and will conclude on 31 October 2021.

 

Portfolios 

Name 

Surname 

President 

Declan 

Dyer 

Vice President 

Sima  Kekana 
Secretary General  Daniel 

Erasmus 

Deputy Secretary General

Jamie-lee 

Thomas 

Treasurer General 

Oratile 

Thothela

Corporate Relations & Fundraising Co-ordinator

Matthew 

Field 

International Students
Co-ordinator 

Sharon 

Mogale 

Labour & Student Services
Co-ordinator 

Aphiwe 

Poqo Aloni 

Postgraduate Academic
Co-ordinator 

Tamsyn 

Dekenah

Residences & Housing
Co-ordinator 

Ukhanyo 

Mdakane 

Social Responsiveness
Co-ordinator 

Gisella

Shaer

Societies & Day Houses
Co-ordinator 

Retshedisitswe 

Molefe 

Sports & Recreation
Co-ordinator 

Aslam 

Bezuidenhout

Student Advocacy
Co-ordinator 

Xoliswa 

Tsolo 

Undergraduate Academics
Co-ordinator 

Lance-Selae 

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