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ELECTION OF TWO COUNCIL MEMBERS (TWO VACANCIES) FROM THE RANKS OF THE NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY’S CONVOCATION
According to paragraph 32(1) of the Statute of the North-West University (NWU), every graduate, who is a member of the Convocation, is eligible to be nominated for election as a member of the NWU Council and to vote in an election of such Council members in accordance with paragraph 5 of the Statute.
The first terms of council membership of Messrs Albert Sorgdrager and Werner Human, elected from the ranks of the Convocation in 2017, will expire on 22 June 2020.
Members of the NWU Convocation were invited to nominate two eligible persons to become NWU Council members in terms paragraph 41)(i) of the Statute.
Four* valid nominations have been received (in alphabetical order). Click on the link to view the CV. The CVs are published in the format as received from the nominees.
- LAUFS, DIRK (REV) CV English CV Afrikaans
- MOOLMAN, HANS-JURIE (MR) CV English CV Afrikaans
- PELSER, PETRUS CORNELIUS (ADV) CV English CV Afrikaans
- SORGDRAGER, ALBERT MINNAAR (MR) CV English CV Afrikaans CV SeTswana
An electronic election process for two (2) NWU Council members is underway and will remain open for a period of 21 days until 09:00 on Saturday, 6 June 2020.
Herewith the link to the ballot paper. You will receive an sms or e-mail with unique login details. Please make use of these to cast your vote on the electronic platform.
* After giving notice to the Convocation of the nominees on 15 May 2020, an enquiry was received regarding a submitted nomination, and the nomination was subsequently validated by Internal Audit as received timely and is valid, and therefore added to the list of candidates to ensure a free, fair and transparent nomination and election process.
PROF MARLENE VERHOEF