14 July 2020 | Education
The Student Representative Council of the International University of Management (IUM) recently hosted a soup kitchen to support individuals in Khomasdal who cannot afford a meal. This was mainly aimed at elderly and vulnerable people, and the council took this upon themselves to show that as a university, they can still play their role to assist members of the community through small acts such as these. The SRC president Lloyd Sikeba shared that it was heart-warming to see what a difference this small act could make in the lives of others. Photo contributed
Die studenteraad van die International University of Management (IUM) het onlangs ’n sopkombuis aangebied ter ondersteuning van kwesbare individue in Khomasdal, Windhoek. Die sopkombuis was spesifiek op kwesbare mense en bejaardes gemik. Die studenteraad het dié inisiatief gekies as ‘n manier om terug te kan gee aan die gemeenskap. Die voorsitter, Lloyd Sikeba, het gesê dit was wonderlik om te sien watter verskil dit in ander se lewens gemaak het.