Kovsie Act 

Our RAG, as you know it, has a new name and format going forward.

Stronger together An Institutional Committee for Civic and Social Responsibility (CSR) will act as the overarching structure for accountability, alignment, and advice to the RAG Community Services (RCS), Community Engagement (CE) and Services Learning (SL) divisions. In a collective effort, four exciting programmes will take flight.

1 Schools project for first-year students: Mentored by senior students, groups of first-year students will be assigned to, and participate in local school projects. Students will learn to solve problems and work together in small groups as they collaborate on a specific community project involving primary or secondary schools in the Mangaung region. 
2 Community gardens: This project will help individual student communities to begin and maintain their own vegetable gardens to address food insecurity within their own environment.
3 Eco-vehicle project for senior students: The aim of the eco-vehicle project is to create an interdisciplinary experience. Undergraduate senior students from a Student Life College (SLC) can work together to build an eco-vehicle from waste material. The track day, along with creative pit stops, will take place on 16 February 2018, preceding the Community celebration of 17 February 2018.
4 Community celebration: 
To foster good relationships between the UFS and the community, we aim to host an annual celebration that will be open to the broader Mangaung community. The celebrations will kick off on the morning of 17 February 2018 with a business relay and a showcase of the eco-vehicles. The festive day will conclude with an evening music concert.