Stellenbosch undergraduate wins Nedbank/Old Mutual Budget Speech

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2012-02-27

Stellenbosch University has, once again, delivered a winner at the Nedbank/Old Mutual Budget Speech Competition! Mr Pierre Vercueil, an undergraduate student in the Department in 2011, won the undergraduate competition, with a student from UCT, Ms Salma Kagee, winning the post graduate competition. Ms Kate Rich (undergraduate) and Mr Wilondja Dewi Mubangu (post graduate) also made it to the Finals. The essays selected as the best of the best can be downloaded from http://www.budgetspeechcompetition.co.za/page/winners_and_finalists/2011-winners/index.

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