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Chartered on: 9 May 2001

Nelson Mandela University (NMU) is an engaged and people-centred university serving the needs of diverse communities by contributing to sustainable development through excellent academic programmes and research.
As a result of the merger between the former University of Port Elizabeth and the former Port Elizabeth Technikon, the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) chapter came into being in 2005.

This chapter works in collaboration with the University’s International Office to encourage diversity and inclusiveness.  With a steadily growing international student population at NMU, Golden Key has also established itself as a link to the rest of Africa.

Golden Key Highlights

- The Weekend Post of 8 November 2014 reported on page 3:  "Two NMU Golden Key members, Curwyn Mapaling and Sendi Gandidzanwa (2014 Chapter President) have been awarded Mandela Rhodes Scholarships - making them part of the 10th cohort of Mandela Rhodes scholars.  Psychology honours student, Curwyn Mapaling, of Uitenhage and chemistry honours student Sendi Gandidzanwa of Zimbabwe were awarded the scholarships, which provide full funding for up to two years of post-graduate study at recognised South African tertiary institutions.."  Golden Key South Africa is proud of these two members.

- Curwyn Mapaling has also been awarded the 2014 Community Service Scholarship Award of US$1 000.

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