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“Tonight I stepped on this stage as Demi-Leigh NelPeters; I now greet you as Miss South Africa 2017. Thank you.”
With these words, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters stepped into her role as a national role model for the women of South Africa and officially the most beautiful woman in the country. AWSUM News chatted to DemiLeigh about her journey from the small coastal town of Sedgefield, where she matriculated with five distinctions at Outeniqua High School, to stepping into the national limelight.
Q Tell us about your journey to the Miss SA crown, which you won on 26 March 2017. A I have dreamt of this my whole life, since I was just a little girl. At first I just admired the glamorous women walking on the Miss SA stage, but I have been inspired and motivated by their achievements. I have learned to work hard and do well at school and to push my limits. If I can make that difference to just one girl’s life, I would have done well. My dream came true – yours can too. Q How did you feel when you were announced as Miss South Africa 2017? A I was overwhelmed. It was an eight-month long process of blood, sweat and tears. The amount of work going into the campaign is staggering. I worked very, very hard for this, and am so deeply grateful that all this hard work paid off. Q You have been in leadership positions and making a difference since you were at school. What were those positions? A I was the first girl in my high school to be chosen as head girl of both my school and my hostel. I was also elected as the Deputy Junior Mayor of the George City Council in Grade 11. Q Tell us a bit more about your family. A I grew up in two loving households. My parents got divorced when I was two years old and I am so lucky to have had four wonderful and supportive parents throughout my life. I never felt like anything was wrong, because this was my normal. Q What do you do in your free time (if there is such a thing)? A I like going to the gym for a good workout, and also to do ParkRuns. I love taking my two Yorkies, Benji and Baxter, for a walk. I also like reading – mostly fiction and science fiction, and also autobiographies. I have recently read The Alchemist and Charlize Theron’s autobiography. Q What is your favourite food? A I’m a real foodie! I am not fussy at all and eat just about everything. I love tucking into oxtail in a red wine reduction served with butternut and samp, and also barbeque pork rib with oven-roasted vegetables. And you can give me dark chocolate and good coffee anytime. Q What do you plan to contribute during your reign? I want to promote entrepreneurship and job creation for the women of South Africa. I hold a B.Com in Business Management and Entrepreneurship from North-West University and it will stand me in really good stead to follow in the footsteps of successful previous Miss South Africas such as JoAnne Strauss, Cindy Nell and Basetsana Kumalo. Q What would you like to say to the young girls and young women of South Africa? A When you believe in something, believe all the way. Don’t be scared to be different. Make your mark – you will find a way to to do anything that you are passionate about. When you look back, don’t ask yourself ‘Why didn’t I?’ Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m possible’.
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All things gingery!!!
You can eat it, you can drink it, it’s wonderful in sweet dishes and equally delicious in savoury dishes, the wonderful juicy rhizome that turns food into something special. Ever since I was a little girl I have been in love with ginger, my father used to make bottles and bottles of fiery ginger beer and he could never understand how my sister and I could gulp down litres of the fiery stuff from a tender age we loved it, in fact one batch was left to long and I think we got tipsy from it. My grandmother used to make wonderful sticky ginger bread loaves and biscuits every week, we used to cut thick slabs of ginger bread and spread it with a thick layer of cold butter and top it with cheese, it was heaven, I’ve yet to taste a gingerbread like my granny used to make, sadly she took the recipe to her grave. There is An old Indian proverb says that “everything good is found in ginger” and its true it is used in foods, drinks and medicines. My granny used to make us ginger tea when we were feeling nauseous, or serve hot milk sweetened with honey with grated ginger. Ginger has wonderful properties, its anti-bacterial, antiinflammatory and anti-oxidant, You can even add ginger to baths and foot soaks. Because of ginger’s anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial action, it may help keep skin clear and free of blemishes. It may also help fight skin discolouration and aging, both when consumed and topically applied. Ginger may even help your sex life. The famous Arab physician Avicenna wrote that ginger “increases lustful yearnings”, and ginger appears in the Kama Sutra. Rat studies confirm that ginger may help increase testosterone. But enough of that, let’s make some sweet stuff with ginger. Sam Linsell, top South African food stylist and Drizzle and Dip blogger – has done it again with beer, this time creating a triple ginger and stout cake with a stout butterscotch sauce. “If you are a lover of all things ginger in baked goodies like I am, then this one is for you,” she says. “I have used three types of ginger which each add their own ‘gingery’ flavour dimension as they act as independent components. They also do not overwhelm, so if you are a real ginger-head, you can add more. The cake itself is not overly sweet with the stout bringing a smidge of desired bitterness to the flavour. A rich amber caramel sauce is made with the remainder of the beer.
by Jenny Morris @jennymorrischef
Triple Ginger and Stout Cake Cooking notes: • Pre heat the oven to 180 °C and line a 20–22cm square or round cake tin with baking paper. • If you are making this in advance, heat the sauce up a little before serving. • Recipe makes a one-layer cake.
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Cake • ¾ cup Castle Milk Stout Chocolate Infused • 120g of butter • ½ cup (110g) brown treacle sugar or muscovado • ¼ cup golden syrup • 1 free-range egg • 1 tablespoon fresh minced ginger • 1 tablespoon finely chopped preserved ginger in syrup • 1 teaspoon ground ginger • ½ teaspoon salt • pinch of white pepper • pinch of ground nutmeg • 1¾ cups (230g) flour • 1 teaspoon baking soda
Stout butterscotch sauce • 1x 340ml bottle Castle Milk Stout Chocolate Infused • 2 tablespoon butter • 1 ½ cups sugar • 1 cup cream • 1 teaspoon vanilla • 1–2 teaspoon/s sea salt flakes
Instructions • To make the cake, place the stout and butter in a small pan and bring it to boiling point. Cook briefly and stir until the butter has dissolved.
Remove it from the heat and allow it to cool a little. Add the stout and butter mix to a large bowl with the sugar and golden syrup and whisk until it’s well combined. Add the egg and whisk again. Add all the spices and whisk. Sift the flour and baking soda in by hand and whisk briefly until smooth (it will be fairly runny). Decant this into a lined 20cm cake tin (square or round), tap the filled pan to remove and bake for 30–35 minutes. The cake is done when it’s springy to the touch and when a sharp knife pierced into the thickest part comes out clean While the cake is baking, make your butterscotch sauce. The quantities make a little more than you need for the cake but store the rest in a sterilised jar and use with other desserts. Bring the Castle Milk Stout Chocolate Infused and butter to the boil in a medium-sized pan and allow it to simmer for about 10 minutes until it has reduced by more than half. Add the sugar and continue to let this cook, stirring frequently until it reaches 110 °C on a sugar thermometer. This will take around 15 minutes. When it has reached temperature, add the cream while stirring constantly. Carry on cooking this until it thickens more. Once it has reached 105 °C on the thermometer, it is ready. It will also thicken more as it cools. Let the cake cool to room temperature and then pour the warm sauce over to serve. Keep any extra on the side to serve.
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HOLEY MOLEY, BRO Torn, ravaged, distressed, slashed, ripped, whatever! As long as your sweater looks like it’s ready to be binned, it’s big news. Kanye West blew everyone’s mind with his range of destroyed sweaters riddled with holes and tears and now everyone wants a jersey that’s falling apart. Of course, it’s completely unisex, so girls you can borrow your guy’s beaten up pullover and you’re hot to trot. Charcoal destroyed sweater, R499, Factorie.
Kanye West dropped the knitting needles when he designed his blockbuster tattered sweater. A star wearing stars – what could be more on fleek? Gigi Hadid lifts the bar another notch when it comes to the forever jeans and sneakers combo.
If you’re worried about that embarrassing white flaky stuff that settles on your shoulders, think again. It hits just about everyone at some time as dry scalp and / or dandruff is a common scalp condition. Add to that cold weather and heaters on full blast and scrunching up your hair under a beanie or cap can also add to the snow storm. Check out that list of ingredients on the back of the bottle and if you see zinc pyrithione, you got it bae. It’s the big guns found in products like Head & Shoulders Shampoo, R51.95 and Gill 2 in 1 Conditioning Shampoo, R41.95, which help to cool, calm and comfort an itchy or sensitive scalp. If you want to be flake-free forever then you must use it at least twice a week so change up your in-shower routine. Don’t wash your hair with shower gel or soap and don’t use hair gels, sprays or styling products that contain alcohol, as they will dry out your scalp even more. If after a month or so of sticking to your anti-dandruff routine, you’re still shedding and itching, get professional help and go see a dermatologist.
Fashionista and Guess model, Chiara Ferragni, adores velvet from top to toe and you can see why.
FIGHT THE FLAKES
Sometimes guys and girls just have to be on opposite sides like these newest street styles. Pepe Sofianos sees it like this --- it’s all dress up for the babes in vampy velvet and super stars and dress down for the dudes in basic beanies and knock-down knits.
I’M LOVING… Anything and everything in velvet. One of the winter trends I am most excited about is rich regal velvet. You are going to love the feel, the look and the sheer fabulosity of it.
SHE WORE BLUE VELVET AND WAS NIBBLING ON A RED VELVET CUPCAKE…
Velvet is an all-time fave from theme songs to yummy eats, this fabulous fabric just says it all. Get ready to wear velvet in nearly every way imaginable from chunky-heeled ankle shoes and brilliant bootees to chic chokers, gorge backpacks, flirty dresses and divine bodysuits, it’s luxe all the way. There’s no time like the present to get your velvet on. Maroon velvet chunky Mary Janes, R259.99, The Fix.
Crushed black velvet lacetrimmed bodysuit, R139.99, The Fix. Baby Girl blue velvet T, R119.99, The Fix and star-spangled skater skirt, R99.99, Mr Price.
Quilted pink velvet backpack, R450, Woolworths and embroidered blue velvet bootees, R299.99, The Fix.
Floral fit and flare velvet dress, R199.99, The Fix. Metallic court shoes, R199.99, Mr Price.
@ PEPE SAYS
High neck tops are big news for guys. Slouchy roll necks and funnel necks all work the look like rapper Jason Derulo’s take on it. They’re also perfect for layering under jackets and puffa vests when the big chill hits us.
They’re not just up in the sky or on Instagram, they’re all around you! Star-studded prints are the newest geometric print craze to run riot. You can star in your own starry-eyed selfies sporting starspangled styles that make even the most ordinary item look hot. Even the guys are into it! Megastar track top, R399, Cotton On.
Starry cap, R149, Cotton On.
Black and gold star-spangled top, R69.99, Mr Price.
Starry boy’s jogger shorts and slip-ons, R189 each, Soda Bloc.
Glow in the dark star-studded flatties, R79.99, Mr Price.
BOYS IN BEANIES
Beanies are basic and found in every guy’s DNA and wardrobe. They’re not only perfect in winter to prevent brain freeze but a street style musthave. This year they’re stripy, chatty or plain. Take your pick or rock one with a pom-pom but whatever you do always cover your ears and keep ‘em down snug otherwise you’ll Faded boyfriend land up looking like Snoopy, or jeans with star print, worse still, Droopy! R299.99, The Fix.
Fancy knit pom-pom, R79.99, Mr Price; grey ripped pull-on, R129, Cotton On; LA beanie, R69.99, Mr Price; tweedy knit pull-on, R79.99, Mr Price; striped ribbed, R109, Cotton On; Outsider pull-on, R59.99, Mr Price.
* All prices are correct at time of going to print. Merchandise from selected stores. Stocks may be limited.
BRYANSTON PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 011 7061263 (e) email@example.com Teatro Arti Eisteddfod Bryanston Primary School recently participated in the Teatro Arti Eisteddfod. This is an annual competition currently in its fourth year of existence. It was called into life to provide more opportunities for students wishing to express themselves through performing arts. Bryanston Primary participated, along with 1 200 other students from across Gauteng, in the art eisteddfod (drama, creative writing and visual art). The Bryanston Primary competitors participated in Public Speaking, Reading, Poetry and Unprepared Story Telling. The school is very proud to announce that its participants received: • 4 x A symbols (80-84%) • 8 x A+ symbols (85-89%) • 14 x Honours Diplomas (90-94%) • 5 x Platinum Prestige recognitions (95%+) The children who received a mark of over 85% will now go on to regional participation. In addition, two of the Bryanston Primary learners were selected as category winners: Akira Hargovan for Best Prepared Reader (Grade 7) and Gareth Rigden for Best Public Speaker (Grade 7).
Akira Hargovan and Gareth Rigden.
CRAIGHALL PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 011 788 7223/4 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Interhouse Cross-Country Our Interhouse Cross-Country was a great success with beautiful weather, maximum participation, and inspiring support from house captains and spectators (pupils and parents alike). Thank you to Miss James and all the staff, as well as the participants, for making this event so successful. Overall, there were some impressive results. The following came in the first three places in their respective age groups: • Boys U6/7/8 & 9: Keanan Munanka, Scott Bray and Bokang Matshekga • Girls U6/7/8 & 9: Matlodi Mabela, Keola Mulombe and Alizah Maher • Boys U10 and 11: Jordan Bowes, Nathan Butchart and Campbell Goggin • Girls U10 and 11: Carrie Schaube-Kuffler, Jade Freeman and Melissa van Zyl • Boys U12 and Open: Aidan Wasserman, Marcus Mangale and Tyrone Smit • Girls U12 and Open: Laura Slowe, Kristina Sheppard and Rachael Steven. Well done to everyone!
Winning Team - Impala (House Captains).
LAERSKOOL ESPERANZA (t) 011 673 6331 (e) email@example.com Welkom aan ons nuwe hoof, Mnr. Louw Mnr. Louw is as hoof by Laerskool Esperanza aangestel. Baie geluk met die aanstelling, Mnr. Louw. Ons weet dit sal baie goed gaan met ons skool met u aan die stuur. Mr Louw has been appointed Principal of Esperanza Primary. Congratulations, Mr Louw. We know that Esperanza will go from strength to strength and become one of the best schools in our region with you at the helm. AWSUM NEWS MAY 2017
LAERSKOOL FONTAINEBLEAU (t) 011 791 6160/1 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Muntlegging Laerskool Fontainebleau se Christelike aksie, Jesus Troepe, het ‘n muntlegging gehou waardeur ons R13 312,30 ingesamel het vir ‘Geopende Deure’. ‘n Totaal van 332 kinderbybels sal in die MiddeOoste versprei word.
Pantoffeldag Dié dag is elke jaar ‘n reuse sukses! Ons Fonties is baie opgewonde om ons warmste, oulikste en gemaklikste pantoffels aan te trek skool toe. Selfs die onderwysers
het hul R10’e betaal en hul pantoffels aangehad. Ons kan met trots sê dat ons R4 750 ingesamel vir die Reach for a Dream Foundation.
LAERSKOOL LOUW GELDENHUYS (t) 011 782 5442 (e) email@example.com Johannesburg Sentraal Wiskunde Olimpiade ‘n Paar Louwtjies het deelgeneem aan die Johannesburg Sentraal Wiskunde Olimpiade: • Graad 4: Runé van Wyk en Nico Botha • Graad 5: Nicola Mackridge en Nika Viviers • Graad 6: Carine Pretorius en Oli Strauss Louwtjies het baie goed gedoen. Drie van ons leerlinge het deurgedring na die volgende rondte. Runé het 3de gekom van al die Graad 4’s. Oli het 2de geëindig en Carine 4de van al die Graad 6’e.
Rune van Wyk, Oli Strauss en Carine Pretorius.
Lucas Kruger (6/3) en Ewan Basson (6/1) het aan die ATKV- spelathon deelgeneem by Leeuwenhof Akademie. Hulle het albei in die top 5 van die Graad 6 Afrikaans HT-afdeling geëindig.
Bethlehem Junior Tennis Toernooi 26 to 29 Mei 2017 Die dogters A-span wen hul wedstryde teen Eikestad, De Aar, Fairland, Senekal, Jordania en Oranje B. Hulle het slegs teen Oranje A verloor. Louwtjies se dogters A-span eindig 3de van agt skole en verower ‘n brons medalje. Dogters A-span: Corné van Schalkwyk, Almé van Schalkwyk, Runé van Wyk en Isabel de Souza.
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Goue Leeus-rugby Baie geluk aan Michael McDonald (Graad 6) wat opgeneem is in die 0/12 Goue Leeus-rugbyspan.
KING EDWARD VII PREPARATORY SCHOOL (t) 011 648 1000 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org World Baseball Championships
Soapbox Derby KEPS loves their annual FUN-raiser, the Soapbox Derby. Thank you to all the incredible support
from our King Edward families in assisting with another successful day!
Congratulations to Joshua Barrett and Michael Barrett on their selection to the U12 SA National Baseball Team. The Barrett brothers will be competing in the World Baseball Championships in Taiwan from 26 July to 7 August 2017. South Africa is the only African representative. The very best of luck, gents!
FOURWAYS HIGH SCHOOL (t) 011 465 1104/07 (e) email@example.com Major Production Premièr Show of
1st Team Boys Hockey
Boden Team 2017 The team’s match shirts were sponsored by TRSS Reaction.
1st Team Netball The 1st netball team beat Northcliff High School 31–20.
2nd Team Netball
Sponsored by Incredible Connection and TP Link.
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BRYANSTON HIGH SCHOOL (t) 011 706 6010 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org Chess
Squash Well done to the Bryanston High First Boys squash team who beat Helpmekaar 14–0. Thank you to the True Blue supporters who came to support and cheer our teams along!
Derby day catering staff
Our excellent chess team enjoyed a clash against Wendywood High School. Bryanston Beat Wendywood 8–0. Congratulations and well done to all our chess players.
Our team of dedicated caterers and staff braved the freezing cold weather on Saturday, 13 May and fed the masses that came to support our annual Derby day against Northcliff High School. Despite the cold weather a great day was had by all!
Annual blood drive Our annual blood drive was a huge success, with 57 pints of liquid gold donated by our learners and staff. Thank you to all that took the time to be a part of the drive! You saved a life!
RANDPARK PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 011 793 7434 (e) email@example.com Rainwater harvesting system In 2016, Rand Park Primary School, undertook to investigate the possibility and benefits of installing a rainwater harvesting system at the school. Together with Aquamat Water Solutions and the Department of Civil Engineering Science at the University of Johannesburg, the school found a suitable option for such a system. The system decided upon was funded in part by funds raised at the School’s Annual Fun Day (the Wacky Walk), the University of Johannesburg and Aquamat. In February this year, installation of the system began and should be completed and ready for harvesting before the commencement of the second term of 2017 (including training for the correct maintenance of the system).
The system allows for the capture, harvesting and storage of up to 40 000 litres of rainwater using the school’s current drainage system which has been redirected to feed into a central drainage channel which collects the water before it is pumped into 4 x 10 kL UV-lined tanks to prevent bacterial growth. The water stored will be used to irrigate the sports and other grounds of the school and amount to a large savings of both water and municipal costs for the school, which can then be redirected to enhance the education of the learners at the school. To further redirect funds, the school has opened up the option of sponsorship of any one of the 4 x 10 kL tanks that are being used to store the water from interested parties.
NORTHCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL Monty Python’s Spamalot This musical is based on the Monty Python film Monty Python and the Holy Grail which, in turn, is based on the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, but in this version, Arthur and his knights are sent on a divine quest to search and find the Holy Grail. This is a hilarious adventure with nonsense and slightly irreverent content that is guaranteed to not only raise a smile but have the audience rolling with mirth. Don’t miss the chance to see our outstanding acting talent, supported by a live orchestra. This promises to be a large, loud and over-the-top production! The show will run from Wednesday, 31 May to Saturday, 3 June 2017. Page 8
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ST PETER’S BOYS PREP SCHOOL (t) 011 705 3423 (e) email@example.com St Peter’s Boys Junior Prep Book Week The JP Boys Book Week was based on the fascinating story of The Wizard of Oz and the aim was to align our week with the Year of the Woman at St Peter’s. The book choice was prompted by a TED talk by Colin Stokes on ‘How movies teach manhood’. The Wizard of Oz to this day remains one of the few classics where the various heroines demonstrate strong leadership, the importance of friendship and building positive relationships by accepting individuals for who they are. The movie, which was made in 1939, displays very little violence, triggers creativity and
imagination, and demonstrates that boys do not always need to be the defenders within a patriarchal society. The themes of courage, perseverance and loyalty that run through the story align with the values of St Peter’s and are needed as strong 21st century skills in the workplace. Throughout the week these themes were reinforced within the classrooms. The dress-up day towards the end of the week was a highlight with delightful Oz characters wandering through the JP Building along the yellow brick road towards their own rainbow’s end.
ST PETER’S GIRLS PREP SCHOOLS (t) 011 367 6631 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org A busy start to the trinity term at St Peter’s Girls Prep The second term started at a fast pace on 3 May! The Senior Prep held their Inter-house Cross-Country event, which was a lot of fun and was enjoyed by all participants. Congratulations to all the girls, as well as Mr Webb (our headmaster), who took part. The autumn leaves have created a beautiful display of colours around the campus – what a lovely trail on which to compete! The Junior Prep held a Mums and Daughter’s Enchanted Garden Tea Party on the day before Mother’s Day. The girls and their mums dressed up for the occasion and braved the chilly Saturday morning weather to join in the fun. A delicious tea was served and everyone took part in an imaginative activity, which involved creating an ‘Enchanted Garden!’ It has been a great start to this term.
ST PETER’S COLLEGE (t) 011 807 5315 (e) email@example.com Two more White Blazers achieved at St Peter’s College Congratulations to two Grade 12 students, Liam Ramsden and Erin Lyle, who were awarded their White Blazers at the end of Term 1 2017. The White Blazer is the highest achievement at the College and is awarded to students who attain full colours in Academic, Cultural and Sport and completing their community hours. They join the other two White Blazers which were awarded to Jamie Edwards and Teagan Leroni in January 2017. All four students are also prefects at St Peter’s College. We are extremely proud of their awards in recognition of their hard work and dedication to St Peter’s College. Liam Ramsden obtained full colours in Academics, honours in Music, full colours in Vocal, full colours in Instrumental Ensembles, full colours in Water Polo and met the community service requirements. Erin Lyle obtained honours in Academics, full colours in Music, full colours in Instrumental Ensembles, full colours in Orchestra, full colours in Basketball and met the community service requirements. AWSUM NEWS MAY 2017
KING EDWARD VII SCHOOL (t) 011 551 5800 (e) www.kes.co.za KES U14B win inaugural King Edward U14 Hockey Tournament Saturday, 27 April (Freedom Day) saw King Edward host Jeppe Boys’ u14B/C, Parktown Boys’ u14B and Southerns u13A hockey teams in an inaugural u14B Tournament. Final Results • KES 14B won 2–0 in final vs Southerns 13A • Jeppe 14B won 6–0 vs Parktown Boys’ 14B to place 3rd and 4th respectively • Jeppe 14C placed 5th and KES 14C 6th
It was an excellent day of hockey, new friendships made and fantastic exposure for all the lower teams. Thank you to Jeppe, Parktown and Southerns hockey teams for joining us on Freedom Day to play some entertaining and enjoyable hockey. Well done, Ms Zara Amy Sturmheit, on a fantastic tournament and appreciation to all involved in the success of the day. Go, School!
KES U14B Winning team.
KES U14B Winning team.
Jeppe U14B Bronze.
KES U14B Gold Medal winners.
Southerns U14B Silver Medals.
HOËRSKOOL RANDBURG (t) 011 782 6226 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org
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KES U14B in action.
HOËRSKOOL LINDEN (t) 011 888 1433/4 (e) email@example.com Sake-ontbyt: onsekere tye is ook tye van geleentheid Jong mense moenie vasgevang word in die dampkring van grootmense se negatiwiteit oor die politieke situasie in Suid-Afrika en die toestand van die land se ekonomie nie. Dit was die raad van Bernard Swanepoel, stigter en voormalige hoof van die mynmaatksappy Harmony Gold, en Theo Vorster, hoof van Galileo Capital, by die sake-ontbyt wat op Vrydag, 12 Mei by Hoërskool Linden aangebied is. Cobus Bester, ekonomiese nuusredakteur, het die gesprek geopen deur te sê ons leef in ‘n deurmekaar en uitdagende wêreld, maar hoe meer onsekerheid, hoe meer geleenthede is daar vir dié wat daarop
ingestel is. Te midde van ekonomiese onsekerheid en politieke woelinge het Cobus Bester, Bernard Swanepoel en Theo Vorster ‘n boodskap van hoop aan ons jongmense gebring. Dié drie gesoute sakemanne het ons jongmense aangemoedig om nie vasgevang te raak in negatiewe denke nie, maar eerder hulle toe te spits op die aanleer van vaardighede en die skep van geleenthede. Kinders word deesdae deur die politieke en ekononomiese gebeure en ook swartgallige ouers onder geweldige druk geplaas oor hulle
toekomsplanne. Mnre. Swanepoel en Vorster het die jongmense beslis nuwe hoop gegee sonder om feëverhaaltjies aan hulle te verkoop. “Geluk aan Michelle Maritz en Tia Wessels, twee leerkragte wat die inisiatief geneem het om ‘n verskil te maak,” het Bester gesê. “Die sake-ontbyt raak elke jaar net beter. Sowat 160 leerders en ouers het die jaarlikse geleentheid bygewoon. Ek glo ons gaste het daarby gebaat en sien kans om die wêreld en die toekoms met nuwe perspektiewe en insigte aan te pak,” sê Michelle Maritz.
Showing: From 5 May 2017 Starring: Chris Pratt, Zoë Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Sean Gunn, Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan, Kurt Russell, Sylvester Stallone, Michael Rosenbaum Directors: James Gunn Summary: Set to the backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ continues the team’s adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill’s true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favourite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes’ aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand Genre(s): Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure Rating: 10-12 PG VL Run Time: 2 hr 16 min
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PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 5 26 May 2017
Birth name: Edward Christopher Sheeran Born: 17 February 1991 (age 26) Halifax, West Yorkshire, England Genres: Singer-songwriter, record producer, guitarist, actor
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GAMES ESES REAL
TEKKEN 7 Release Date: 02 June 2017 Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Tekken 7 focuses on 1-on-1 battles. Two new mechanisms are introduced in the game. The first, Rage Art, allows the player to execute critical attacks that deal roughly 30% damage depending on the character once their health bar is critical, in exchange for inactivating the normal attack power increase.
Shape of You Artist: Ed Sheeran
Body Like a Back Artist: Sam Hunt
Depacito Artist: Luis Fonci
Something Just Like Artist: The Chainsmokers
Issues Artist: Julia Michaels
AWSUM NEWS MAY 2017
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RUGBY U16 RANKINGS 17 MAY AVG PTS
PAARL BOYS HIGH 10 7,850 GREY COLLEGE 9 7,033 KES 9 6,244 GLENWOOD 9 5,711 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 8 5,711 MONUMENT 12 5,542 HELPMEKAAR 9 5,456 PAARL GIM 9 5,422 ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 9 5,056 HTS DROSTDY 11 4,727 AFFIES 9 4,578 SACS 9 4,400 PAUL ROOS GYM 11 4,400 HILTON COLLEGE 8 4,388 SELBORNE COLLEGE 11 4,309 MARITZBURG COLLEGE 10 4,110 ST ALBANS COLLEGE 9 4,078 ST JOHNS COLLEGE 9 3,911 RONDEBOSCH 9 3,767 MARLOW 11 3,764 WATERKLOOF 12 3,750 BOLAND LANDBOU 11 3,691 BRACKENFELL 9 3,633 STELLENBERG 10 3,560 NOORD KAAP 9 3,489 HS ALBERTON 7 3,443 KEARSNEY COLLEGE 12 3,400 DALE COLLEGE 10 3,380 LIGBRON 7 3,329 OAKDALE 7 3,300
BOY’S 1ST HOCKEY RANKINGS 16 MAY 2017 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
RONDEBOSCH 15 4,75 MARITZBURG COLLEGE 7 4,43 KEARSNEY COLLEGE 18 4,23 HILTON COLLEGE 12 4,16 PAUL ROOS GYM 15 3,99 WESTVILLE BH 13 3,94 GLENWOOD 10 3,86 GREY COLLEGE 18 3,76 ST ANDREWS SCHOOL 9 3,71 PRETORIA BOYS HIGH 16 3,69 NORTHWOOD 20 3,66 GREY HIGH SCHOOL 13 3,49 JEPPE 17 3,47 WYNBERG BH 14 3,39 ST ALBANS COLLEGE 11 3,32 CLIFTON 16 3,28 BISHOPS 11 3,26 ST JOHNS COLLEGE 22 3,22 ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 16 3,03 MENLOPARK 12 2,94 ST DAVIDS 16 2,90 AFFIES 19 2,81 YORK HIGH 21 2,80 KING EDWARD VIII 24 2,67 SELBORNE COLLEGE 18 2,66
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PAUL ROOS GYM 7 7,986 GREY COLLEGE 10 7,390 ST JOHNS COLLEGE 11 6,664 DURBANVILLE 9 6,611 SELBORNE COLLEGE 9 6,233 ST ANDREWS COLLEGE 7 5,614 OAKDALE 7 5,614 MENLOPARK 11 5,573 HELPMEKAAR 8 5,450 BOLAND LANDBOU 9 5,300 STELLENBERG 10 5,280 JEPPE 11 5,218 OOS MOOT 9 4,856 KINGSWOOD COLLEGE 7 4,829 GLENWOOD 7 4,800 VOORTREKKER BETH 9 4,478 TRANSVALIA 8 4,225 PRETORIA BOYS HIGH 9 4,044 MONTANA JHB 8 4,038 RONDEBOSCH 4 3,900 DIE BRANDWAG 4 3,875 HILTON COLLEGE 9 3,833 KLERKSDORP 9 3,756 HTS DROSTDY 9 3,711 PIET POTGIETER 8 3,588 PAARL BOYS HIGH 5 3,561 WATERKLOOF 7 3,357 PIETERSBURG 6 3,350 AFFIES 10 3,340 PAARL GIM 9 3,333
GIRL’S 1ST HOCKEY RANKINGS 17 MAY 2017 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
ORANJE MEISIES 32 4,33 ST MARYS WAVERLEY 15 4,17 ST ANNES 19 3,86 WATERKLOOF 12 3,74 MENLOPARK 22 3,66 PAARL GIM 18 3,63 PEARSON 23 3,55 DURBAN GC 20 3,53 DSG 23 3,52 ST STITHIANS 17 3,51 RHENISH 14 3,48 COLLEGIATE 25 3,46 HERSCHEL 16 3,31 EUNICE 25 3,21 BLOEMHOF 20 3,19 PAREL VALLEI 19 3,04 ST ANDREWS GIRLS 20 3,02 CLARENDON 21 2,99 AFFIES 11 2,98 KINGSWOOD 26 2,97 FAIRMONT 13 2,94 STELLENBERG 13 2,90 ORANJE MEISIES 2NDS 15 2,88 RUSTENBURG 13 2,87 ST MARYS KLOOF 18 2,87
RUGBY FIRST XV RANKINGS 15 MAY