- Ntesang P. Seberekinyana President
As an institution, BIUST is in its infancy and for this reason, I believe there has never been a greater need for leadership with direction and a stern vision for the future. The prerogative of which is to establish structures which empower members of the BIUST student body to be knowledgeable, reliable and efficient members of the nation. Thereby leading the charge, in terms of being knowledge based nation and economy. I believe my role in realising this dream is to facilitate and encourage members of my cabinet to work hard and form collaborative links within portfolios to attain success and prosperity for all stakeholders.
- Thabo Ntibi Vice President
I am a driven, outspoken, and open-minded character who intends to create a unified Student Representative Council by instilling the spirit of teamwork among cabinet members and the creation and maintenance of a responsive channel of communication that is sensitive to the needs of the student body.
- Thabang N. Ngono Secretary General
Amendments with progress: my key aim as a Secretary General is to rekindle the confidence that the BIUST student body has in them and in the University, and it starts with rebuilding the SRC's administrative integrity and unity. The SRC, the student community and BIUST will benefit from my strongest attribute – an innovative and hard-working team player.
- Lebogang Hetolang Administrative Secretary
I am a third year student pursuing studies in Energy Engineering and a passionate young lady keen in working towards making the BIUST SRC, a body that is relevant to the many voices it is set to represent.. I look forward to joining hands with my fellow team members to ensure we take this structure to greater heights and to realize its mandate as expected by the masses who believe in the body that is the BIUST SRC.
- Nkosinathi Joseph Treasurer
As Treasurer I aim to ensure financial transparency and protect the organization by issuing financial statements, also making sure the board understands its financial obligations and reviewing and monitoring of the internal process. During my tenure I also aim to assist students to establish student businesses, and bring forth interactive and fun fundraising events, whilst also declaring SRC property.
- Lone G.F. Kolobe Minister of Academic Affairs
BIUST is the culmination of a nation’s dreams and collective movement to shift from a resource based nation to knowledge based one. In the front lines of the movement is the student body and our ability to look at the world from which we live and apply the scientific method to the problems surrounding us. To achieve this, there is need to ensure student body gains an appreciation for the concepts of nature and the nature of problems in Botswana then apply ourselves in all we do. To accomplish this, the Ministry of Academic Affairs will implement structures which seek to improve student exposure and involvement in research in and around the institution.
- Emmanuel T. Onkabetse Minister of Student Welfare & Advocacy
I am a Mining Engineering student who is self-driven and motivated to improve student life in BIUST. During my tenure I will work towards seeing the standard of our welfare being improved; this includes residences, cafeteria area, student allowances, support facilities, and also to maintain a working bridge of communication between students and management regarding their welfare issues.
- Gonewa T. Ditau Minister of Sports & Recreation
I am a Mining Engineering student who has been honoured with the position of growing the sporting portfolio of the institution and I will achieve this by promoting professionalism and broadening the horizons of the institution through sports and recreation, and incorporating science and technology into recreational activities.
- Taboka L. B. Motlhabane Minister of Health & Safety
I am a driven individual currently pursuing a BEng degree in Energy Engineering. As Minister of Health and Safety, I intend to improve student participation by promoting better wellness and safer working environments for all. I aim to bring informative and fun-filled activities which will make students more aware of their health status. Dependable, well-principled, hardworking and strong willed are only but a few words to describe the quality of my character. "Your Health is your Wealth".
- Sakhile Ndlovu Minister of International Affairs
I’m a 3rd year student pursuing Energy Engineering moved to assert to our presence? as BIUST in the international arena, as key contributors to national and global development. Driven by a passion to enforce a global impact of students and student programs; I’m humbled to be a leader to upsurge and to transform the meaning of being students in an International Institution. Only as a collective can we make the vision a reality. The dream lives now.
- Bonolo Molefe Minister of Publicity & Communications
I am an enthusiastic and resourceful individual pursuing a BEng degree in Mining Engineering who aims to promote goodwill and peaceful relations between the student body( the SRC), the institution, and the general community during my term.. I am professionally committed to achieving this through forums, press releases, building strategic alliances, and using graphical social, web-based, and various media platforms.
- Refilwe Molatlhiwa Minister Community Outreach
I am an ambitious, robust & dexterous prospective Energy Engineer at level 300, with the aim to drive BIUST to be internationally recognized for excellence as a community-engaged research university; by equipping students with the skills and knowledge to become effective change makers in their communities; thus strengthening the economy of Botswana through scientific and technological innovation and new business growth.
- Obakeng B. Mmemo Minister Entertainment & Culture
I am a fun, self-driven gentleman currently in my Second year pursuing a degree in Measurement and Instrumentation Engineering.. As the Minister of Entertainment and Culture I expect to promote entertainment for the student body and to promote the different cultures we have here in the university and the community at large, so that we can have a sense of understanding and appreciation for the different backgrounds of the people we interact with daily that are the building blocks of our community.