Student Representative Council

About Us

We, the students of the University of Zululand respect and subscribe to the norms and values associated with a democratic society. We strive to promote academic excellence, non-sexism, non-tribalism, transparency, and accountability and student participation in democratic and representative student governance models. We commit ourselves to serve the University of Zululand and its students and to enhance the interests of students with due observance of the laws of South Africa, the Rules of the University, this Constitution, and the codes of conduct of the University and the SRC.

This Constitution shall serve as the supreme law of the Student Representative Council at the University of Zululand and will be applicable to all students, student organisations and formations.

Notwithstanding the above, this Constitution is subject to the provisions of the Constitution of South Africa, the Higher Education Act, 1997, as amended and other legal prescripts, the Statute of the University and its policies and procedures.

In the event of any conflict between this Constitution and any constitution or policy or procedural arrangement of any of the student sub-structures or organisations the provisions of this Constitution will take precedence.

About Us

We, the students of the University of Zululand respect and subscribe to the norms and values associated with a democratic society. We strive to promote academic excellence, non-sexism, non-tribalism, transparency, and accountability and student participation in democratic and representative student governance models. We commit ourselves to serve the University of Zululand and its students and to enhance the interests of students with due observance of the laws of South Africa, the Rules of the University, this Constitution, and the codes of conduct of the University and the SRC.

This Constitution shall serve as the supreme law of the Student Representative Council at the University of Zululand and will be applicable to all students, student organisations and formations.

 

Notwithstanding the above, this Constitution is subject to the provisions of the Constitution of South Africa, the Higher Education Act, 1997, as amended and other legal prescripts, the Statute of the University and its policies and procedures.

In the event of any conflict between this Constitution and any constitution or policy or procedural arrangement of any of the student sub-structures or organisations the provisions of this Constitution will take precedence.

The Student Representative Council and its sub-structures further commit to the following goals:

  • To promote the highest level of moral, spiritual, political and intellectual standards in our student community and in society at large worthy of emulation by generations to follow.
  • To uphold the rule of law and to ensure democracy, equity, diversity and trust through its application.
  • To shape a student body that will embrace the principles of probity, accountability, honesty and impartiality.
  • To embrace the University of Zululand’s vision, mission and strategic objectives.
  • To promote the welfare of the students of the University of Zululand, as well as to secure ties of solidarity and fellowship among the student population of South Africa and all nations that live in it.

Meet the Team

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SRC Administrator

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SRC Administrator Assistant

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