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Holiday Season is here!! Editorial team

At last – summer holidays have arrived!! Wrapping up the year, we use the opportunity to showcase the achievers of the schools who already had their awards before this final edition of the year went to print.

Editor Marika Truter | 021 872 3880 marika@tiemedia.co.za Fashion editor Pepe Sofianos | 083 300 2068 pepesofianos@gmail.com Designers Rowan Engledoe | rowan@tiemedia.co.za Jade Bushby | jade@tiemedia.co.za Nadia Matthee | nadia@tiemedia.co.za Aniena Keller | aniena@tiemedia.co.za Ruveix Venter | ruveix@tiemedia.co.za Editorial coordinator Ryno Wolfaardt | 021 872 3880 ryno@tiemedia.co.za Advertising coordinator Samantha Marshall | 021 872 3880 sam@tiemedia.co.za

We are very happy with our scoop to feature Wayde van Niekerk as the AWSUM Achiever of the Year. Let Wayde’s story inspire you to be the best you can be. Be safe on the roads if you are travelling, and have a really super AWSUM summer holiday! Marika & your dedicated AWSUM team

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AWSUM Celebrity Interview

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Wayde van Niekerk South African super athlete, the sensational Wayde van Niekerk, obliterated the men’s 400m world record with a time of 43.03s at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. He also created athletics history in March when he became the first person to break 10s for 100m, 20s for 200m and 44s for 400m. AWSUM News chatted to Wayde about the Olympics, people in his life, and future plans.

Q: Your coach is quite unique – a 74-year-old grandmother, Ans Botha. How did it happen that she became your coach? A: She was the coach of the Free State team of the University of Free State, so when I started studying it was the best option. She had quite a quality group of athletes that were top, top South African athletes, so it was kind of no-brainer. She’s a massive inspiration, reaching the peak of her coaching career at this age – it’s an inspiration to anyone out there that have a dream that they haven’t achieved yet.

Q: Your Twitter handle is @WaydeDreamer. Tell us why you chose this handle. A: When it comes to any challenge or any real obstacle I need to face as an athlete and an individual and when I speak about prayer I feel like I’m seeing my dreams and my wishes.

Q: You were born prematurely at 29 weeks, weighing in at only 1 kg. When did you know that you wanted to become an athlete? A: The “premature” thing is something that’s super, super close to my mother’s heart! I really just wanted to be a sport star one day, to wear the Green and Gold. I came fourth at the World Junior Championships in 2010 ... I got so close to the bronze medal ... that was the motivation and inspiration for my athletic career.

Q: Everyone loved the moment when Usain Bolt interrruped an interview after his third straight 100m gold medal to congratulate you with your win. A: It’s really just a professional relationship. It was real honour having him coming to me after my race and just telling me, “I told you I believed in you, that you could do it.” It was a very special moment and it’s something that motivated me quite massively towards a future for myself as well. Q: You are known as part of a close-knit family and brought ten family members to Rio to watch your race. What was that experience like? A: This journey is way beyond an individual journey of myself and what I’m achieving. It’s a journey of family, teamwork and unity. It would be quite selfish if I didn’t include the people who laughs with me when I achieve it, cry with me when things are going bad. It gave me massive motivation during the Games to not just represent my country, but also my family in a massive way and just make them proud as family and parents. Q: You are studying marketing at the University of the Free State. Do you have any future plans at this stage, apart from remaining an Olympic champion and world record breaking athlete for quite some years to come? A: I’m certainly not studying at the same pace as the average student, but I’m putting in the effort in continuously improving myself in every aspect of anything, me as a brand and as an individual. I find it very important to continue studying and just give myself that bit of an edge in what I’m doing.

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Q: What do you to relax – that is not more sport! A: I’m a very basic person. When I’m relaxed, I’m probably with friends and family, playing games. Q: What message do you have for South Africa’s schoolgoing learners to achieve their dreams and ambitions? A: Simple. I’m a very firm believer in the Lord, so pray first, whatever you do, wherever you go, pray first and you’re sorted.


Toasted sesame seeds with salt is a staple in my kitchen. I use it for stir fries, sometimes even in salads. INGREDIENTS

METHOD

• 400g asparagus, trimmed • 30ml olive oil

• Lightly toast the sesame seeds in a small pan over a low heat. Add salt flakes and store in a jar. • Lightly brush the asparagus with the olive oil. Braai the asparagus on medium coals or use a heated, lightly oiled griddle pan. Braai between 4 and 5 minutes only, depending on the size of the asparagus. Add the sesame salt to the asparagus and serve.

SESAME SALT • 45ml sesame seeds • 15ml salt flakes

We serve this as an item for the children when we cater. Grown-ups love it too. INGREDIENTS

METHOD

• 1kg boerewors • Wooden skewers soaked for 15 minutes in cold water • 2 onions, halved

• Coil the sausage into a spiral. Place two wooden skewers through the sausage to secure it. • To make the smoor, heat the olive oil in a pan and fry the onions until soft. Add the tomatoes and cook over a low heat for 20 minutes, breaking the tomato TOMATO SMOOR with a wooden spoon as it cooks. Add • 45ml olive oil the sugar and seasoning. Take it off the • 1 x 410g tin heat. tomatoes • Braai the boerewors coil over medium• 1 large onion, low heat until brown underneath. Turn chopped it over and braai until ready. • 15ml sugar • Braai the onions and pepper alongside • Salt and freshly the boerewors coil. ground black • Serve with buttered rolls and the pepper tomato smoor.

Recipes are from MORE Braai, the Beloved Country, with scrumptious, mouthwatering recipes for a wide array of meats and meat cuts, salads, veg and breads to braai. AWSUM Achievers’ Edition 2016

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VOORPOS PRIMARY SCHOOL

(t) 043 726 1246 (e) principal@voorposprim.co.za

Academic

Ingcinga Palaza

Lilitha Doro

Emihle Gwili

First in Grade 7 Best Achievement English Home Language, Afrikaans Additional Language, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, EMS, Technology, Creative Arts and Computers.

First in Grade 6 Best Achievement Afrikaans Additional Language and Life Skills.

First in Grade 5 Best Achievement English Home Language, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences.

Lathitha Nobeka First in Grade 4. Best Achievement English Home Language and NS.

Alyssa Myburgh Best Achievement in Computers Grade 6

Hlalanathi Busuku and Siyabulela Mazwi Grade 3 Top All-round Achievers

Kungawo Tshona

Cwenga Ndukwana

Liko McDonald

Best Achievement in Mathematics Grade 6

Best Achievement in Natural Sciences and Technology Grade 6

Best Achievement in Social Sciences Grade 6

Zoë Miti

Siphokazi Norman

Ziso Mashaba

Emihle Sithole

Best Achievement in Afrikaans FAL Grade 5

Best Achievement in Mathematics Grade 5

Best Achievement in Computers Grade 5

Best Achievement in Afrikaans FAL Grade 4

Top 5 Academic Achievers Grade 4–7 Grade 7:

Ingcinga Palaza, Milisa Nqoloba, Darragh Gumbi, Kholosa Zitumane, Qhayiya Adams Grade 6:

Lilitha Doro, Cwenga Ndukwana, Kungawo Tshona, Likho McDonald, Sihle Leta Grade 5:

Emihle Gwili, Siphokazi Norman, Zoë Miti, Mbasa Matyobeni, Caleb Qutywa

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ACHIEVERS

Grade 4: Dinga Myataza Best Achievement in Mathematics Grade 4

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Lahluma Matshaya and Unam Maxongo

Hlakanipha Tom and Sambesiwe Mpulu

Best Achievement in Computers Grade 4

Selected for the Border U/13 Soccer Team.

AWSUM Achievers’ Edition 2016

Lathitha Nobeka, Zachuma Ngculana, Kegan Kearney, Oyama Jikwa, Emihle Sithole

TOP AWARDS


GEORGE RANDELL PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 043 736 2295 (e) g-randellps@imaginet.co.za Senior Phase Prizegiving George Randell Primary School held their annual Senior Phase Prizegiving on Thursday, 25 November. The following learners were our top Academic and Sport achievers for 2016.

Ovayo Magwebu

Asemahle Mbanga

Asandiswa Nxokwana

Ovayo Magwebu

Dux Award 2016

Sportsman of the Year

Sportswoman of the Year

GRPS plate for Versatility

LAERSKOOL GRENS

(t) 043 722 6855 (e) admin@grensvbs.co.za

Toppresteerders 2016

Greyling Erasmus • Hoofseun 2016 • Dux-leerder (94%) • Nasionale Wenner Wiskunde in Aksiekompetisie • Skool Tenniskampioen • Beste Swemmer • Een van ELFEST se toppreseteerders • Trofee vir Veelsydigheid

Marlo Kirten • Onderhoofdogter 2017 • Anna Crockart-toekenning (skool se top kultuurtoekenning) • Trofee vir Beste Drama-leerder • Beste Redenaar en Public Speaking

Amori Matthee

Kyle Thompson

• Belowendste o/12-netbalspeelster Oos-Kaap • Beste veld- en baan-atleet Oos-Kaap • Sportvrou van die Jaar

• Beste Naelloper en Beste Veldatleet • Rugbyspeler van die Jaar • Oos-Kaap atletiek • Onderhoofseun 2016

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GONUBIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

(t) 043 740 4005 (e) gpsstaff@telkomsa.net

Academic and Cultural Achievers

Members of the Junior Marimba Band entertain the audience at the Grade 2 Prizegiving.

GPS Oratory Competition: finalists Yolanda Pakade (front) and Amy Pike (left) and overall winner Mahle Qina (with the trophy).

At the Grade 2 Prizegiving, Rowan Neala received her Mental Maths certificate for coming second in the East London District.

HUDSON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL 2016 HPPS ACHIEVEMENTS Grade 7 • U13A netball team: Border champions for 6th year in succession • Woodwind ensemble: won at East London Music Eisteddfod • Sanchia Poovan: bronze at SA Lazer Run Championships; represented SA at World Champs in Portugal (9th place) • Jenna Willows and Juan Greeff: gold certificates in SACEE short story competition • Siphesihle Mgwebisa, Amy Sirgel, Lisakhanya Petse and Timothy van Harmelen: gold certificates in SACEE poetry competition • Grade 6 and 7 Fun with Words team: joint 1st in SACEE competition • Grade 6 and 7 General Knowledge team: 2nd in SACEE competition • Alexia Velde: qualified for the level 5 gala • Kirsti-Ann Burmeister: joint 2nd in SA in SACEE Language Challenge Rest of school • Grade 6 Computer Olympiad: Megan Bosman, Sarah-Jane Marais, Amy Bruton, Dylan Kurten and Megan Street came in top 7% in SA • Alex Fanicchi: SA National Track Championships (cycling) first in the U10 boys’ section in the 1 000m, 1 500m, 3 000m and 2 500m Team Pursuit (SA record); top U10 boy cyclist at Youth Cycling Festival in Oudtshoorn • Daniel Emslie: SA U13 surfing champion and surfer of the contest at the SA Grommet Games; SA U12 champion at nationals • David Emslie: SA U9 surfing champion at the SA Grommet Games • Kumkani Kabane: best primary school instrumentalist at Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod; prize for best brass player in the primary school, high school and tertiary categories • U12 netball team: Border Champions • Zachary Smith and Kara Batting: selected for SA biathle team; team 2nd place at World Championships in the USA • George Marais: Grade 2 Mental Maths competition East London District • Kelly Emslie: number 1 for the Border U11 girls’ squash team, won all of her games; Player of the Tournament; number 1 in her age group in SA • Madison Mann: top U12 girl cyclist at Youth Cycling Festival in Oudtshoorn • Joanne Joseph, Megan Bosman and Travis Olivier: gold certificates in Grade 6 SACEE short story competition • Cade Newland-Nell, Tallulah Pritchard, Megan Bosman and Madison Mann: gold certificates in SACEE poetry competition

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LAERSKOOL NAHOON

(t) 043 735 3668 (e) office@nahoonskool.co.za

Sportseun en Sportdogter van die Jaar

Top Graad 7presteerders Cara Steytler en Deandré het die volgende toekennings ontvang: 85% en hoër vir Afrikaans, Engels, Wiskunde, Lewensoriëntering, Natuurwetenskappe, Sosiale Wetenskappe, EBW en Kuns & Kultuur; Gemiddelde persentasie hoër as 80%. Hulle deel die Eerste klasposisie in Graad 7 met 90,2%, asook die Skild vir Akademie in Graad 7. Albei ontvang ook die Trofee vir Veelsydigheid: Deelname aan sport- en kultuuraktiwiteite vanaf Graad 1 tot 7 by Laerskool Nahoon. Hulle was ook Hoofdogter en Hoofseun van 2016. Cara het ook ‘n tweede

klasposisie in die E-Learner Rekenaar-eksamen en die Trofee vir Entrepreneur van die Jaar in Graad 7 ontvang. Deandré het die ATKVtoekenning vir Beste in Afrikaans, Spesiale Toekenning vir 100% gemiddeld oor drie kwartale vir Wiskunde, en Skild vir Tweetaligheid in Graad 7 ontvang. Hy is ook aangewys as die Dux-leerder van die jaar.

BEACONHURST SCHOOL

Sportprestasies Tarquin Jansen het die volgende toekennings ontvang: Skoolhooftoekenning vir Verdienstelikheid, Beste prestasie in Atletiek (Snr. seun), Senior Rugbyspeler van die Jaar (o/13) en hy is Hoofseun vir 2017.

Kultuurprestasies Adri Clark het die volgende toekennings ontvang: 85% en hoër vir Afrikaans, Engels, Wiskunde, Lewensvaardighede, Natuurwetenskappe & Tegnologie en Sosiale Wetenskappe; Gemiddelde persentasie hoër as 80%; Eerste klasposisie in Graad 6 met 92,2%; Toekenning vir Mees Belowend in Kuns; Senior Redenaar van die Jaar; Beste Prestasie in Elfest (Senior); Beste vordering in Musiek; Skild vir Veelsydigheid op Kulturele Gebied en sy is Hoofdogter vir 2017.

Schalk Smit en Simoné Smit.

(t) 043 748 2427 (e) admin@beaconhurstschool.co.za

Achievers

Tiffany Scott

Marco van Greunen Dux learner. Top service, culture and academic achiever.

Sportswoman of the Year

STIRLING HIGH SCHOOL SE

Matthew Busse Sportsman of the Year

(t) 043 735 1444 (e) stirling@iafrica.com

M P E R IDELIS F

Student excellence on national level FRONT: Thameena Hamza (Dance), Kai Chen (Academic), Mr R Gerber (SA Rugby Legends), Bianca Brandt (Jazz Band), Mr A Webster (Director: National Youth Jazz Festival), Tayla-Jade Cawthorn (Water Polo), Michelle de Beer (Academia). SECOND ROW: Catherine Rusch (Horse Riding), Tayla-Jade van Huyssteen (Synchronised Swimming), Teko Khetsi (Biathle), Tara Schwulst (Triathle, Lazer), Ashley Laity (Jazz Band), Emma Wagenaar (Academia), Francisca Darkoh (Hockey), Madison Malherbe (Surf Lifesaving), Emlynn Spogter (Synchronised Swimming). THIRD ROW: Jordy Malherbe (Canoeing), Aashiq Raffie (Water Polo), Keonna Strauss (Horse Riding), Xanthe Ibbotson (Water Polo), Lwazi Nkasawe (Karate), Faiz Faruk Soomar (Water Polo), Erin Sims (Water Polo), Krystin Ibbotson (Water Polo), Siphosihle Saliwa (Hockey). BACK: Sarah Maritz (Water Polo), Lesley Blignaut (Swimming), Bailey Williamson (Dance), Emily Webster (Jazz Band), Storm Siebert (Water Polo), Sakoyisa Makata (Rugby), Daniel Brodie (Music), Chloë Meecham (Water Polo), Kayla-Jade Whelan (Dance), Hanna Muller (Water Polo), Avanté O’Reilly (Jazz Band). ABSENT: Robin Castle (Culture).

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HUDSON PARK HIGH

Rhys Poovan

Lelethu Ndakisa

Thando Chithi

The Most Outstanding Sportsman (Emslie Trophy)

The Most Outstanding Sportswoman (Stratford Trophy)

The Most Outstanding Sportswoman (Stratford Trophy)

Akhona Mnyaka The Most Outstanding Sportsman (Emslie Trophy)

(t) 043 726 3205 (e) office@hphsco.za

Zethu Macozoma • Service Excellence • The Good Fellowship Trophy

Lindokuhle Gantsho

Jarryd Luyt

Service Excellence

Service Excellence

Saurav Sarkar Academic Excellence Dux Scholar of Hudson Park 2016

Mia Williams

Zoe Sparg

Erin Bruton

Siobhan Barry

Carron de Wet

Marc Hein

Grade 8 Top Academics - 1st

Grade 8 Top Academics - 2nd

Grade 8 Top Academics - 3rd

Grade 9 Top Academics - 1st

Grade 9 Top Academics - 2nd

Grade 9 Top Academics - 3rd

Grade 10 Top Academics - 1st

Dyna Collings

Sangeeta Mitha

Thando Dyasi

Tevendran Rajagopal

Murray Calder

Ashlee Frampton

Amy Pook

Grade 10 Top Academics - 2nd

Grade 10 Top Academics - 3rd

Grade 11 Top Academics - 1st

Grade 11 Top Academics - 2nd

Grade 11 Top Academics - 3rd

Grade 12 Top Academics - 2nd

Cultural Excellence

Khanyisani Madikane

Alanna Scott • Merit Trophy • Most All Round Pupil In Grade 12 • Grade 12 Top Academics - 3rd

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SELBORNE COLLEGE

(t) 043 722 1822 (e) alanparsons@xsinet.co.za

PRIZEWINNERS

1. MICHAEL KONING Esme Cooper Medal and Samuel Blumenthal Memorial Prize for Dux of the School

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2. JAMES MONAGHAN Ron Armist Leadership Prize 3. THANDO MOYENI Stan Lones Memorial Prize for Service to the School 4. BRADLEY JOHNSON Alan Barker Prize for Excellence in Academics and Sport 5. SANGO XAMLASHE The Anthony Abdo Memorial Prize for Sports and Leadership 6. BRADLEY JOHNSON Alan Barker Prize for Excellence in Academics and Sport 7. LUKE JOHNSON The Rhodesian Trophy for Recreational Activities 8. LEON LYONS Forward Brothers Prize for Senior All-Round Sportsman of the Year 9. JORDAN GODDARD Neil Emslie Prize for Dramatics 10. JUNIOR NXUMALO Nathan and Kim Carr Prize for Exeptional Service to the Community

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SCHOOL SPORT RANKINGS FIRST XV CRICKET RANKINGS 22 NOVEMBER 2016 RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

TEAM AFFIES ST STITHIANS SACS GREY HIGH SCHOOL WYNBERG RONDEBOSCH WATERKLOOF HILTON COLLEGE ST ANDREWS SCHOOL GLENWOOD PAARL GIM MARAIS VILJOEN PRETORIA BOYS HIGH SELBORNE COLLEGE BISHOPS HUDSON PARK GARSFONTEIN POTCH VOLKIES KES MILNERTON ST DAVIDS CLIFTON CENTURION KEARSNEY COLLEGE ST ALBANS COLLEGE

PLAYED 12 13 13 9 15 11 12 8 14 12 9 21 20 7 11 7 7 8 9 13 21 13 10 8 7

AVG PTS 10,45 9,75 9,14 8,24 8,00 8,00 7,97 7,76 7,59 7,52 7,42 7,37 7,05 6,90 6,82 6,56 6,43 6,28 6,19 5,92 5,85 5,78 5,69 5,65 5,50

BOYS 1STS WATER POLO RANKINGS 2 NOVEMBER 2016 RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

PLAYED TEAM 38 RONDEBOSCH 31 CLIFTON 32 BISHOPS 33 GLENWOOD 33 ST STITHIANS 43 ST JOHNS COLLEGE ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 33 25 KES 27 REDDAM 27 PRETORIA BOYS HIGH 36 SELBORNE COLLEGE 35 SACS 20 AFFIES 18 STIRLING 43 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 19 ST ALBANS COLLEGE 44 DHS 37 HILTON COLLEGE 33 WESTVILLE 16 ALEX ROAD 23 PEARSON 12 GREY COLLEGE 19 ST DAVIDS 16 PORT REX 18 HUDSON PARK CRAWFORD LONEHILL 28 33 MICHAELHOUSE 31 JEPPE 23 ST PETERS 28 NORTHWOOD

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AVG PTS 4,63 4,56 4,25 4,23 4,14 4,11 3,86 3,75 3,72 3,55 3,43 3,37 3,34 3,07 3,04 2,96 2,78 2,67 2,65 2,63 2,51 2,48 2,43 2,32 2,21 2,10 2,08 2,07 2,01 1,95

U15 CRICKET RANKINGS 4 NOVEMBER 2016 RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TEAM ST ANDREWS SCHOOL WATERKLOOF SELBORNE COLLEGE POTCH VOLKIES ST STITHIANS RONDEBOSCH KES PAARL GIM MONUMENT PRETORIA BOYS HIGH

PLAYED 10 45 15 14 23 19 11 16 12 17

AVG PTS 9,19 8,17 8,16 8,01 7,99 7,40 7,34 6,80 6,71 6,62

U14 CRICKET RANKINGS 21 OCTOBER 2016 RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TEAM KES HUDSON PARK AFFIES SACS PRETORIA BOYS HIGH GARSFONTEIN PAUL ROOS GYM CLIFTON ST JOHNS COLLEGE PEARSON

PLAYED 13 4 10 8 12 5 12 10 14 6

AVG PTS 9,87 9,70 8,46 8,46 7,87 7,50 6,99 6,34 5,86 5,75

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