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    FACULTY OF HUMANITIES (CEREMONY 2)

    CONTENTS

    Order of ProceedingsMannenberg The National AnthemDistinctions in the Faculty of HumanitiesGraduands (includes 23 December 2015 qualifiers)Origin of the Bachelor DegreeAcademic DressMission Statement of the University of Cape TownDonor AcknowledgementsOfficers of the UniversityAlumni Welcome

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    FACULTY OF HUMANITIES (CEREMONY 2)

    Academic Procession.(The congregation is requested to stand as the procession enters the hall)

    The Vice-Chancellor will constitute the congregation.

    The National Anthem.

    The University Statement of Dedication will be read by a representative of the SRC.

    Musical Item.

    Welcome by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Visser.

    Professor Visser will introduce Mr Charles Nupen.

    Address by Mr Charles Nupen.

    The graduands will be presented to the Vice-Chancellor by the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Professor S Buhlungu.

    The Vice-Chancellor will congratulate the new graduates.

    Professor Visser will make closing announcements and invite the congregation to stand.

    The Vice-Chancellor will dissolve the congregation.

    The procession, including the new graduates, will leave the hall.(The congregation is requested to remain standing until the procession has left the hall.)

    ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS

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    MANNENBERG

    The musical piece for the processional march is Mannenberg, composed by Abdullah Ibrahim.

    Recorded with Basil Manenberg Coetzee, Paul Michaels, Robbie Jansen, Morris Goldberg and Monty Weber, Mannenberg was released in June 1974.

    The piece was composed against the backdrop of the District Six forced removals. It is named after the Cape Town township of Manenberg, which was established when the residents of District Six settled there. Mannenberg stands out as a uniquely South African piece: it blends together South African musical forms (marabi, mbaqanga and langarm) and American jazz. The song became a rallying cry against the injustices of apartheid and the particular destruction it wrought on communities. With its upbeat melodies and buoyant hook, the piece also serves a celebration of the resilience and endurance of humanity in the face of the brutalities of the apartheid regime.

    Mannenberg is arguably South African jazzs most famous export, and still stands as an anthem of hope and of fortitude for oppressed communities. It also serves as a reminder of the inhumanity of what this country and this city endured, and of the legacies of that inhumanity.

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    NATIONAL ANTHEM

    Nkosi sikelel iAfrika Maluphakanyisw uphondolwayo,

    Yizwa imithandazo yethu,Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho lwayo.

    Morena boloka etjhaba sa heso,O fedise dintwa la matshwenyeho,

    O se boloke, O se boloke setjhaba sa heso,

    Setjhaba sa South Afrika South Afrika.

    Uit die blou van onse hemel, Uit die diepte van ons see,Oor ons ewige gebergtes,

    Waar die kranse antwoord gee,

    Sounds the call to come together, And united we shall stand,

    Let us live and strive for freedom, In South Africa our land.

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    DISTINCTIONS IN THE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

    Bachelors degrees may be awarded with distinction

    in a subject, where the student has an average of at least 75% and no mark below 70%

    in the degree, where the student has both distinction in at least one subject and first class passes in at least 10 courses.

    Honours degrees are awarded by class (first, second class division one, second class division two, or third).

    Masters degrees may be awarded with distinction

    for the dissertation, (in a coursework and dissertation curriculum) for especially meritorious work, the dissertation being in the first class (75% or better)

    in the degree, for especially meritorious work, where the average is 75% or better and no component is below 70%.

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    NAMES OF GRADUANDS

    An asterisk * denotes that the degree will be awarded in the absence of the candidate.

    FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

    Dean: Professor S Buhlungu

    DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

    Lailah AbdullahFarah AbdurahmanZaakiyah AbrahamsChandr AdonisWarreldene AdonisRoss Roy AfricaGoretti Akombe

    Alissa Noemie Aliassime (with distinction in German Language & Literature)

    *Mohammad Anas AmmonTiffany Justine AntunesJodee Ashley Arendse

    *Junade Arnols*Jamie Ashton*Chelsea Leigh Aspeling*Ryan John Ausker

    Amiena BadroodienKudzayi Matangi BamhareRhoda Mkazi BandoraCandice Dominique BarnesThomas Finn BednallNaomi Leif Bekker

    *Manon Josephine Giselle Berger*Natasha Ariella Bernstein

    Charles James BesterZade Deen BesterAmy Beukes

    *Raihanah BhayatBrigette Caroline Bielovich

    *Ryan Michael Bird Heagan Jacques Bloemfontein

    Chanelle Lauren Letitia BooysenRobynne BothaBridget Margaret BourdillonGeorgia Carey Brooker

    Nicholas Brink Budlender (with distinction in Environmental & Geographical Science and Sociology and the degree with distinction)

    *Joshua Colin ByrneAmy CalitzClaudia Andreia Camara

    Amy Louise Campbell*Catherine Mary Campbell*James Callum Campbell

    Lindsay Alice CardenJoel Wayne Carew

    *Kajal Carr (with distinction in Philosophy)

    Shanine CasperTara Ashleigh Cawthra (with

    distinction in Psychology and Social Anthropology and the degree with distinction)

    Kelly Cerfontyne (with distinction in Sociology)

    Ni-Shaat Chafeker*Leanne Chang Victoria Natsai Chasi*Collins Omungala Cheche

    Sarah ChemalyKalaba Chibale

    Khanyisile Maureen ChiganzeEthel Ruvarashe ChigwadaRene ChikwiraTariro ChipatoGomezgani ChiumyaSaadiq ChogleJames Gordon Clacherty (with

    distinction in Environmental & Geographical Science)

    Fadwah Clarke*Jack Christopher Cleminson*Georgia Isabella Cole*Dawid Coleman*Sinobom Crab*Cameron Wayne Crawford*Amy Lauren Cuff

    Yasmina DadaAndrei Matthew DamaneMeghan DanielsPumelela Siyamtanda DanoSamantha Emma DareFowzia DavidsKaamielah Davids

    *Rose Mary DavidsonChristopher John DayAshna DayalCatherine DeckerMichaela Eryn Deglon

    *Matthew Del Grande

    Raine Ashley Derman (with distinction in Gender Studies)

    Capucine Marie Camille Deroulede

    Pamela Lindiwe DhlaminiLauren DickasonTasha DilrajMbulelo Gregory Dinga

    *Sakhikhaya Ndyebo DlalaCristiano Marcelino Dos RamosNomvula Pearl Samukelisiwe

    Dube*Ryan Stuart Dugmore

    Robert James Basil DuiganCameron Brett DuncanNatasha Esther Dusabe

    Zaynab Aisha DuttonClara Duvill

    Simamkele Joyceful DyonaseJulia Thorne EichhornAndrea EngleNathierah Essa

    *Tariq Essop*Kimberly Maria Noel Eynon*Ely Manel Fal

    Peta-Lee FargeKatherine Anne FarrandNaseegha Firfirey

    *Brynde Michaela Fisher-Jeffes*Laura Catherine Flint

    Anelisa FololoKa Alexandra Forshaw

    *Jean-Pierre Patrique FortuinTyler Gideon Fouche (with

    distinction in Hebrew Language & Literature, International Relations and Social Anthropology and the degree with distinction)

    Kyra Jade FrancisAmy FraserJessica Jean Frost (with

    distinction in Sociology and the degree with distinction)

    *Tinashe Mitchell Gambara*Emily Gammon*Fei Gao

    Sefela Carla Londiwe GarekweFadlah GassiepKabelo Muziwabenguni

    GcabasheSibabalwe Siphesihle GcilitshanaMarzia GertseTimothy Dylan Geschwindt

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    Sofia Gilli (with distinction in Business French and Psychology and the degree with distinction)

    Yamkela Kwandiwe Giyose Alexandra Kreuz Goldberg*Dominique Rinia Ellen Gonggryp

    Zolani GoniweKayley GordonKirsty Michelle Gourlay

    *Shaylin GovenDelicia Govender

    Sashen Govender Reece Michael Gregg*Abdallah Fadi Grifat

    Olivia Jane GriffinNtombizonke GwalaKudakwashe GweredzaAlupheli GxavuOlivia Rose Hadcroft (with

    distinction in Psychology and the degree with distinction)

    *Kyle Robert HanekomSinazo HaniseSimone Andra HansenTarryn Jade Harding (with

    distinction in English Language & Literature, Philosophy and Psychology and the degree with distinction)

    Sarah Patricia HarrisCatherine Jennifer HarveyTarryn-Leigh HendricksKeenan Peter John HendrickseGabriel Jacobus Hendriksz

    *Sara Daniela HeneckRobin Gaylyn Mellissa Henney

    *Damien Taylor HewittAlila Wendy Louise Hofmeyr

    *Allia HoosainKate Elizabeth HoulistonLuke Timothy Alexander

    Housdon (with distinction in Film & Television Studies)

    Olwethu HugoSharon Nobis Hyde

    *Aaqilah IsmailBronwyn Mary JackNontembeko Jack

    *Aaron Jacobs (with distinction in Philosophy and the degree with distinction)

    *David Jacobus Francois JacobsLiezel Michelle JacobsElmarie JafthaStacey Lisa James

    Khanyisa Babini JamjamZayaan JanodienJason Paul Jansen van VuurenShenghua Jiang

    *Chengfei JiaoShanel Lee-Anne Johannes (with

    distinction in Gender Studies)

    *Emily Johns (with distinction in Sociology)

    Kiah Johnson (with distinction in Archaeology and the degree with distinction)

    Lara JohnsonLesley-Anne Maria JonathanJoshua Lee JordaanPhelokazi Phelo Jungqe (with

    distinction in Xhosa Communication)

    Andiswa Kalipa*Zarreen Kamalie

    Mistancia KanengoniJehan KathradaLinda Tinashe KatsidziraMelissa Lauren Kay

    *Lila Frances KellyOratile Aobakwe KgantsiFarah Khalfe

    *Mbuyazwe Muma KhumaloNeuwe Marilyn KibeMichael Kilumelume

    *Mercy Daniel KingoriChamlesh KissoondharryJason Johan KlaasenTiffany Keisha-Lee KolbeLuthando Ayachuma Kolwapi

    *Terena Ashley Koster (with distinction in Social Anthropology)

    Elizabeth Jane Kriegler*Adrian Krige Alexander Charles Labia

    Zaid LagardienYanisha Teelock LallahNeill Alastair L

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