Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
Students at Tshwane University of Technology will not have the chance to stand in front of the mirror to find out who the fairest of them all is. They will instead stand in front of a panel of judges at the Soshanguve TUT campus outside Pretoria on Saturday night from 6pm.
Aimed at both the male and female students, the competition is set to find intelligent, hard-working individuals who will become responsible adults. It also seeks to inculcate a culture of working within and developing their own communities. The winners are expected to choose one charity in their community that they will work with to create awareness and education, helping the youth to retain their inner child for a little longer.
As usual, the audience will be entertained by the rhythmic, catchy and beautiful sounds of popular acts like MaChance, Chomee, Mandla Spikiri, Somizi and Tazzman. On hand to ably scratch and spin the discs are DJs Black Coffee, Positive K, Nasty NevCantona and Corry Da Groove.
Tickets cost R40 for TUT students and R60 for non-students at the door.