South Africa 22.10.2018 05:36 pm

Higher education portfolio committee commends UJ’s support for Zondi

The committee said the courage Cheryl Zondi displayed on the witness stand in the Omotoso trial was, in part, due to support from the university.

The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training today commended the unwavering support that the University of Johannesburg (UJ) gave one of its students, Cheryl Zondi.

Higher education portfolio committee commends UJ’s support for Zondi
Higher education portfolio committee commends UJ’s support for Zondi

Higher education portfolio committee commends UJ’s support for Zondi

The committee said the courage Cheryl Zondi displayed on the witness stand in the Omotoso trial was, in part, due to support from the university.

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