MAKING her way around the grey concrete halls of the then University of Port Elizabeth, one would simply walk past and greet her like any other student on the vast campus.
In class, she was among the brightest and was not shy to take on the work load. While staying at res, she was a regular contributor to the internal newsletter.
She would scream the loudest aboard the bus ferrying them to the annual rag party on a Friday night as she hung out with her friends.
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