Mr Des Ayob, the outgoing President of CAMPROSA, resigns

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With mixed emotions, the CAMPROSA EXCO announces that Mr Des Ayob, the outgoing President of CAMPROSA and an ex-officio member, has resigned from the EXCO.

2024 HIGHER HEALTH Webinar on the Amended Sexual Offences & Related Matters ACT, 2021

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Details of the webinar are as follows:
Date: 16 February 2024
Time: 11h00 – 13h00
RSVP: Microsoft Teams Meeting

2024 HIGHER HEALTH Wellbeing Induction and Orientation Message

Security Policy Template

This Security Policy Template has been compiled in order to assist organs of state to compile their own internal security policies. This document is complimentary to the guidance document Guideline:
Compiling of a Security Policy.

Amendment to Sexual Offences Act

– Female University Students under 25 years

Attached herewith (Click Here) the not so recent amendment to the Sexual Offences Act that now includes in the definition of a vulnerable person –

‘‘person who is vulnerable’ means a—
(a) child or a person with a mental disability;

(b) female under the age of 25 years who—
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2024 Conference

…. to be held in the FreeState.

RECOGNITION AWARDS 2023

Nominate your person/ Institution

1. Most Innovative Security Solution 2023
2. Catch of the Year
3.Long standing memberships Awards

USE THE FOLLOWING LINK BEFORE 1 October 2023

To Nominate Click Here

PSiRA Directive

PSiRA Directive for Security Service Providers and Employers of in-house security service providers in an environment where there is protest action …. Click Here

NEWS REPORT JUNE 2022

CAMPROSA represented at SAPS YOUTH COMMITTEE INDABA in DURBAN 23 – 25 June 2022
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HIGHER HEALTH's GBV Protocols

The HIGHER HEALTH Board in support from the PSET GBV TTT has approved four new protocols (below) for release (in addition to the three protocols released in 2021). These are:

> Protocol Letter to Universities

> Protocol on Campus Safety and Security Minimum Standards

> Protocol on Campus Safety in Private Accommodation

> Protocol on Campus Safety in In-Campus Residences

> Protocol on Staff-Student Relationships

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 11 MAY 2018

Notice is hereby given in terms of section 71(8) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No 66 of
1995 as amended), that under section 71(7) the Committee designates the following services
as essential:

12. Security services in education institutions

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Prof1t Rostering Payroll TnA Payroll Software

UWC Named Most Innovative Solution

Huawei Cell Phone Winner

Huawei Cell Phone Winner

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

Institutional Members

Associate Members 2023

CAMPROSA

Campus Protection Society of South Africa

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CAMPROSA has been in existence for 27 years as a professional body, representing 24 of the 26 major institutions of higher learning in Southern Africa. It currently has 60 members comprising 24 South African Universities, and 4 from neighboring countries.

“We plan to build and enhance our footprint within Africa and the global sphere through the establishment of strategic partnerships, engagement with government and other legislative structures, and the utilisation of best practices within the Higher Education sphere.”

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University of Western Cape
University of Johannesburg
University of KZN
North West University
University of the Witwatersrand
Cape Town University of Technology
University of the Free State
University of SA (UNISA)
Nelson Mandela University
University of Stellenbosch
University of Stellenbosch – Bellville Campus
Tshwane University of Technology
Durban University of Technology
University of Limpopo Turfloop Campus
Sefako Makgatho University
SOL PLAATJE University
University of Fort Hare
Rhodes University
University of Zululand
University of Pretoria
Walter Sisulu University
University of Venda

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There are two types of memberships:

1. INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS
2. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

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There is no limitation per institution. However membership status for voting purposes will be governed by allocating one member per every 10,000 registered EFTU students or part thereof with the maximum of 3 members per Institution, not per Campus, (30,000 or more EFTU students) with full voting rights at meetings.

Any tertiary institution in Southern Africa can become a member. Membership fees: R 2000.00 per member per annum.

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Individuals or representatives of organizations, societies, corporations, companies directly or indirectly involved with Campus Protection or Campus Risk Services.

- Right of attendance at meetings
- No voting rights (except for bona fide Founder Members)
- Membership fees: R 4,000.00 per membership per annum.

MEMBERSHIP LEVIES ARE PAID IN ADVANCE, AND SOCIETY'S LEVY YEAR IS 1 JANUARY TO 31 DECEMBER. CURRENT MEMBERS WILL BE INVOICED BEFORE 15 FEBRUARY IN ORDER TO EFFECT PAYMENTS BY END OF MARCH EACH YEAR.

Certificates of membership will be issued to all categories of members and paid -up services provider members will be able to display the Camprosa logo on their letterheads and other business stationery.

2023 ELECTED EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

The below table provides information as to the newly elected executive committee appointees together with new posts.

EXECUTIVE POSITION EMAIL ADDRESS ELECTED OFFICIAL
President bmtsweni@uj.ac.za Ms Busi Mtsweni (UJ)
Deputy President Vacant
Treasurer-General bjeftha@uwc.ac.za Mr Bentley Jeftha (UWC)
Secretary- General Nokulunga.ndlovu@mandela.ac.za Ms Prudence Ndlovu (NMU)
Deputy Secretary- General Vacant
Western Cape Cluster Chair echardt@sun.ac.za Mr Angelo Echardt (US)
Eastern Cape Cluster Chair smzendana@wsu.ac.za Mr Siyabulela Mzendana (WSU)
KZN Cluster Chair Dlaminiz1@ukzn.ac.za Ms Zinhle Dlamini (UKZN)
Northern Cluster Chair OAbdullah@unisa.ac.za Mr Abdulla Omar (UNISA)
Central Cluster Chair Fortune.Letshele.ac.za Mr Fortune Letshele (NWU)
Outgoing President 27149706@nwu.ac.za Mr Des Ayob

2023 CONFERENCE

EXCO Strat Session 17 to 19 March 2023