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Clubs and Associations

1. Sassy Divas – Kimberley Malope,
2. Word Festival society – Chibeza Goma,
3. MonChrist – Chibeza Goma,
4. IIE MSA Gender & sexual Alliance – Lethabo Dikgale,
5. Jesus Christ to all Languages – Lumiere Mondo,
6. First Love IIE MSA – Thembihle Makhubela,
7. IIE MSA Debate Union – Babongile Bidla,
8. DITAU Toastmasters Club – Babongile Bidla,
9. The Debbie De Foundation – Tsunsirirai Muscre,
10. Girl 101 organization – Karabo Pitjeng,
11. Christian Revival Church – Kgmostso Ramatlhaca,
12. Every Nations Church – Bonsile Mazibuko,
13. Congolese Society – Raisa Makaba,
14. Zambian association – Esau Mwenda,
15. Nigerian student’s association – Hillary Banjo,
16. Public Health Club – Kgmotso Makuwa,
17. IIE MSA MUN – Josh Bloom,
18. IIE MSA IT Society – Anelda Knoetze,
19. Believers Love World – Eleanor Mbubazi,
20. IIE MSA Engineering Society – Yaniv Shull,
21. MSA Finance & Investment – Siyabonga Tshabalala,
22. Junior Chambers International – Rumbidzai Kapuya,
23. Tanzanian society – Adam Masawe,
24. IIE MSA Bible study – Simbayi Bvmbura,
25. Association of Muslim students – Kinza Ibrahim,
26. IIE MSA Rovers – Joella Ithlhobogeng,
27. South African society – Mthunzi Mpembe,
28. AIESEC – Lindo Maraba,

How to Join a Club or Society?

There are many ways available to join a society on campus. During O-Week there will be an opportunity to engage with clubs and societies, as well as to sign up to become a member. Alternatively, there will be two sign-up days during the semester, hosted in Lekgotla Square, which will be advertised around campus. Finally, you are welcome to email any of the clubs at the listed contact email above, or to contact the Cultural Officer at the SRC offices to put you in touch with the society of your choice.

How to Start a Club or Society?

We always welcome increased diversity and representation on the IIE MSA Campus.

Approval of new clubs and societies is at the full discretion of the SRC and Student Affairs. All documents must be accurately completed for your application to be considered. Once you have been contacted and informed of a successful application, you may begin operating on campus.