10 April, 2009

The words of thank to FJPcordinator

The word of thank to FJP programme participant and cordinator of this programme.
I would first love to say that I really enjoyed being here at Rhodes university together with an each every one of you, from different institutions and especially to the programme director Miss Mougisi, Mr Sim kyazze a lecture of cause to and others people who contributed to this programme, for us as second year’s students to have this opportunity. Secondly we gained a lot from this programme what I expected and unexpected thing that I knew taking them granted. From day one from the camp going there thinking that it just for fun, but I was surprised from what we done there and everything we done there was very related from the courses that I do at my institution.
From my experience here at Rhodes University through the FJP programme, this university is privilege with infrastructure or resources such as the lab just for journalist, studio for practical work, and radio station of practical work. From what I gained am willing to share it with my school mate when I get back to school.

10 comments:

Bongani-09 said...

I wish it was not just 15 of us but all Journ. students who were here, but its our responsibility to pass what we learn here to our fellow students in respective institutions.

Nadi-09 said...

it was great being with you guys and i understand how you feel because goodbye is the saddest word. see you when you get back

Future Journalists Programme said...

That's very true Bongani. It's important that all of you take this further by sharing the knowledge and skill that you have gained here, and will still learn, with other young aspiring journos.

Thanks Lucky, keep blogging!

Lucky-09 said...

I strongly surpport you Bongani We are not here just for ourselves but also for those who didnt get the chance that we had.team spirit guys. (amandla guys)

SimCard said...

You are too kind to Mo and myself Bongani. You also flatter HA, the FJP, JMS and RU too much. Ha-I've introduced to many abbreviations. I meant Highway Africa, the Future Journalists Programme, Journalism & Media Studies, as well as Rhodes University.

We are all very proud of you. And hope that in five years you will be reporting from the trouble spots of Africa.

Amanda-09 said...

We ever i have the opportunity to witness and view the great splendors of life i just wonder want more can happen that can be greater than this?

Lucky-09 said...

Guys it my Birthday on june 13th so i ask everyone buy me something as an gift.so am looking forward to you giys.

Chwayitisa 09 said...

Oooh yena someone had to open the tear taps....Lucky you most def were not Kind enough. both Mo and Sim have made this an amazing experience for everyone, certainly we cant thank them enough. With that said someone once told me that "strangers are friends waiting to happen" and as i look around now, that all I can see. Thank you

Samu-09 said...

It was really a great experience in being part of the Future Journalism Programme. Even though not many Journalism students were chosen to take part in the progamme, but we can still pass on the knowledge of what we learnt to other students.

Masebe-09 said...

Hey Luccccckkkkkies mfoweyhu you the man skhokho.I will miss you sbali and plz keep intouch my outie.Lekker