Eskom Expo for young scientist 2019

On the 3rd of August 2019, 14 learners attended “Eskom expo for young scientists” in Makhanda at Rhodes University.


The vision of the project is to inspire young scientists and researchers.


Is to develop young scientist who are able to identify a problem, analyze information, find solution and communicate findings effectively.

The learners who took part in the Eskom Expo are:

  • Sinovuyo Busakwe
  • Denziline Maans
  • Sibabalwe Kwamba
  • Abongile Mali
  • Siyolise Mgingqi
  • Sinawo Mzizi
  • Agcobile Vayo
  • Sisipho Tokota
  • Masiwakhe Siwisa
  • Thembakazi Tsamse
  • Yololwethu Xawuka

Then three learners from grade 6 were roped in for observation purpose, in preparation for Eskom Expo 2020.

  • Libhongo Jonas
  • Sinothando Maguma
  • Sanele Nkole

Thembakazi Tsamse managed to scoop merit in her first appearance and everyone else received certificates of participation.

Looking forward to 2020.

Motivation for a Drug Free Tomorrow

Motivational Speaking – Mr Malibongwe Joka

On the 22nd of February the learners from grade 8 to 12 were visited by Malibongwe Joka a motivational speaker from The Department of Justice in Middleburg.

He touched on very serious issues that the youth are facing today, especially those that are still in school. He touched on drug and alcohol abuse and how it affects us from a very young age and how drugs would destroy your dreams. The session was very educational and motivational at the same time.

The learners who attend learned valuable information and we would like to thank Mr Malibongwe Joka for taking the time to motive our students and faculty.

Rhino Arts

On the 20th of February the school had a Rhino’s Arts Competition. The learners decorated and submitted their Rhino anti-poaching posters and the posters were judged by the group from Amakhala Game Reserve. In the poster you had to use your imagination and decorate it however you was your rhino fantasy to be like, the learners also wrote small messages about the rhinos in the posters. The winners of the competition received different gifts from Amakhala group.

Congratulations to all our winners.


Test and Win

On the 26th of May the learners from Grade 8 and 9 were given a chance to volunteer in having their blood tested for HIV/AIDS and all those who did were entered into a bicycle draw. The draw was done in front of all the learners and Ntombizanele Mqeki was number 1 and she won a Bicycle and number 2 Aphiwee Matyumza won a Trophy then number 3 Yonela Songwiqi won a laptop bag. Thank you to all the learners for being brave and thank you to the Department of health.


This year the learners from Grade 6, 7 and 8 attended the “Tour de Science” Science festival that is annually held in Grahamstown.

National Wetlands Day

Shamwari Conversation Volunteers and our Eco club celebrated Wetlands Day on the 2nd of February 2017 and they visited a nearby wetland for observation on whether is it safe for the plants and animals or not. Thank you to the Shamwari volunteers for always being there for the school when we need them.