2022 has been a year of the unexpected, excitement, heartache and, most of all, change. Early April our original Captain, Mr Braam van Wyk, bade us an unexpected farewell and Mrs Imelita van der Berg swiftly took over.
Author: Fumane Masheane
’Wathint’abafazi, wathint’imbokodo’ is a saying recognised across the country, a chant used to uplift women and remind the country of the importance of women. ‘When you strike a woman, you strike a rock.’ What does this saying really mean? What do we, as a country, understand when we hear the word ‘women’?
2021 was a year of change, but also a year of growth. By now Covid-19 has become a repeated tune, a song we all know far too well. Nevertheless, adjusting to it has been quite a process. Due to Covid-19, 2021 has become a year of adjusting to new daily protocols that have to be followed, schedules that have to be tweaked to become Covid-friendly and fewer sports and cultural events. Even the way we go to Chapel everyday has changed. Our lives have been edited by Covid.
FUMANE MASHEANE Normality, shocking surprises and an old energy renewed – these are but a few of the things the first half of 2022 has brought us. With Covid-19 restrictions slowly being lifted this year, the school has regained a familiar feeling. From the buzz on the corridors to the daily chapel services and lively […]
FUMANE MASHEANE The St Michael’s team obtained a third position nationally at the annual science debating competition held by the South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA). The topics, based on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), required out-of-the-box thinking and loads of research. Ashlee Bell (Grade 11), Boitumelo Mtsatse (Grade 11), Fumane […]