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We trust you will enjoy finding out more about some of the country’s favourite celebrities in the entertainment, fashion, décor, health, beauty, food and sport industries. To kick off this new celebrity feature, there are two copies of Suzelle DIY, The Book/ Die Boek up for grabs. Email gena@tiemedia.co.za with Suzelle DIY in the subject line, with your name and address details and whether you would like English or Afrikaans. Enjoy this edition, and let us know on our Facebook page what you think of AWSUM News and what you would like to see in future editions. All the best for the last stretch of this term! Marika & your dedicated AWSUM team

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AWSUM News caught up with sensational YouTube comedy wondergirl, Suzelle DIY, who has just landed her very own slot on Comedy Central – not bad for a poppie with a hectic wannabe accent and an ever-silent best friend! Suzelle DIY’s YouTube channel has more than 48 000 subscribers and picks up 40 000 views on the day a new episode launches.) A: I’m just a small town girl with a passion for DIY, braai-ing and dinner parties. My movie of the moment is the How To Be Single and my favourite book is How to do Just about Everything by The Reader’s Digest.

Q: Why do you think you are so popular? What is your secret to success? A: I think people like that the DIY in my videos is useful, and that sometimes things go wrong. My secret is to keep going no matter what happens!

Q: What are your top five DIY tips for women like yourself who like to be glamorous and never get their hands dirty while doing the dirty work

Q: Congratulations on the latest feather in your cap – your very own slot on Comedy Central. How does it feel to play in the big league now?

A: I feel like a million rands. It has been a dream come true to watch myself on TV.

A: Right, this is a good one. It’s important to always look your best no matter what you are busy doing. • Wear an apron when you are in the kitchen. • Use safety goggles when you chop onions to stop your eyes from tearing up and smudging your makeup. • Run your nails over a bar of soap before you do the gardening. It will keep the dirt from getting under your nails. • Buy a box of disposable gloves. They are great to use for any DIY project. • I like to cut up plastic packets and lay them down on my work surface to prevent any mess escaping.

Q: What do you do for fun and relaxation in your leisure time?

Q: Who is Suzelle really? Tell us a bit more A: I like to go for a coffee with my best friend, Marianne. I about yourself – likes, dislikes, favourite movie, like to watch cooking shows and look for DIY ideas on the favourite song, favourite book. Google. Page 2

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Q: Other celebrities, across a spectrum, like Nataniël, Hellen Zille, Tim Noakes and JanHendrik, want to be associated with you. Why is that? What do they gain? What do you gain?

A: I think they are just excited to meet me because they want to soak up some of my creativity.

Q: Where do you get your ideas from for your videos? Which episode is your favourite? Why?

A: I get my ideas from all sorts of places. I find them on the Google and in magazines. I also get sent a lot of great ideas from my fans. My favourite episode is How to Make a Braai Pie, because that was my first video to go viral.

Q: Are you English or Afrikaans? Who are your biggest fans – English or Afrikaansspeaking people? Why do you think is that so?

A: I’m Afrikaans, but I like to speak in English in my videos so that the peoples overseas can also enjoy the videos. Shame. I think my fans are a real mix of different cultures.

Q: What is the single thing that you enjoy most when creating and crafting a new episode? A: I love filming it with Marianne and my neighbour Hennie. We always have so much fun together.

Q What DIY message do you have for our readers (parents of schoolgoing children)?

A: Parents you must teach your kids that their creativity is their number one tool!


SPORT NEWS Eastern Province rugby shines Six players from the Eastern Cape have been selected by Junior Springbok coach Dawie Theron as part of his 28-man squad that will do battle at World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester, England, from 7 to 25 June. Most notably is that Eastern Province centre Jeremy Ward will lead the team in the showpiece, while his provincial team-mate Junior Pokomela has been named as vicecaptain, alongside 2015 SA Schools captain, DHL Western Province lock Ernst van Rhyn. Joining Ward and Pokomela are hooker Tango Balekile, prop Nicolaas Oosthuizen, scrumhalf James Hall and fullback Keanu Vers. SARU Kings Academy manager and Currie Cup head coach, Robbi Kempson, said he was very proud of the players that had been selected. “They are all products of the SARU Kings Academy, they are professional athletes and have played phenomenally well as a unit last year, in the U19 Currie Cup 1st division

competition,” he said. The Eastern Province U19 team won 11 of their 12 regular matches and went on to be crowned overall champions last year. “I have always said that Jeremy was a strong ambassador for rugby in the region and I am confident that he will make the people of South Africa proud as he leads this SA U20 team, and the same can be said for Junior Pokomela, who is a phenomenal rugby player,” said Kempson. Kempson also complimented the SA Kings academy staff, Mzwandile Stick, Nadus Nieuwoudt and Sean ‘O Dea, for their contributions they had made in developing top class professional rugby players. Charl Crous, Chief Operations Officer of the Southern Kings franchise, which has contracted both Hall and Pokomela for the 2016 season, said it was a testament to the quality of rugby talent that was being developed in the Eastern Cape. “One of the driving forces behind the call

for a Super Rugby franchise to be based in the Eastern Cape was to create a career path for the young, talented rugby playing individuals from the region, who in the past have been forced to move elsewhere to pursue a career in rugby,” he said. The Junior Springboks will kick off the 2016 international spectacle against Japan on Tuesday, 7 June at the Academy Stadium, before taking on Argentina on 11 June at the AJ Bell Stadium, and France on 15 June back at the Academy Stadium in the pool stages. “It is always challenging to name a squad of only 28 players, especially if one considers the immense talent at junior level in South Africa, but we have selected the best possible team for the World Cup.” The team played their first official warmup match last Friday at Wits University in Johannesburg against the Xerox Golden Lions Under-19 and Under-21 teams, with an eye on sharpening up their game before the tournament.

SUMMERWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 012 345 6787 (e) info@summerwoodpe.co.za Fun Walk festivities The Summerwood Fun Walk of 2016 was a great success. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all, especially by the learners who could “sink” their teachers in the dunk-tank.

The Grade 2 learners dressed up as “Princes and Princesses” and made their own creative crowns.

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The Grade 4s looked festive in their Hawaiian costumes.

Nicholas Gillespie and Elana de Villiers made the Grade 3s proud with their beautiful pirate costumes.

LORRAINE PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 041 367 1115 (e) info@lorraineschool.co.za Young entrepreneurs

Lorraine entrepreneurs hard at work during a business event with Mother’s Day as theme. These images depict the ingredients of a success story: entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, an appreciation for their loving mothers, and some hard work.

Trots op Camron Hammond! Hierdie jong man, Camron Hammond, het rede om trots te voel. Deur van sy wonderlike oorredingsvermoë, inisiatief, dryfkrag en sjarme gebruik te maak, het hy eiehandig nie minder as 41 bloedskenkers gewerf vir hierdie wonderlike doel nie. Camron het deur hierdie bydrae moontlik ‘n paar lewens gered en hy was die ontvanger van ‘n toekenning deur die Bloedoortappingsdiens vir onbaatsugtige diens gelewer aan die gemeenskap.

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MOREGROVE PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 041 365 2101 (e) moregrove@telkomsa.net Crazy Hat Day

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Moregrove’s Grade 7s had a fabulous Crazy Hat Day!!! The creativity was fantastic!!! The children had great fun. Thank you to all the parents for helping their children look fantastic!

The Grade 1 to 3s had a Peewee Sports Day where all physical education lessons where touched with great fun.

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MOUNT PLEASANT (t) 041 367 2973 (e) skoolhoof@mountie.co.za Christien Neser besoek die Mounties Befaamde jeugverhaalskrywer en spraakterapeut Christien Neser het die Mounties in April besoek en die Graad 4 tot 7 leerders gemotiveer met haar aanbieding “Hoe lees kinders bemagtig vir die toekoms”. Ses Mounties het vanjaar aan die eerste ronde van die ATKV-Redenaars deelgeneem en Tanel Kruger neem in Mei ook aan die 2de rondte in George deel.

Christien Neser (agter) en die ses Mounties wat vanjaar aan die eerste ronde van die ATKV-Redenaars deelgeneem het: Ruan Olivier (Graad 5), Cara du Toit (Graad 7), Bea du Toit (Graad 5), Tanel Kruger (Graad 6), Mieke van Staden (Graad 4) en Alix Krige (Graad 6).

ATKV Redenaars Hierdie drie junior gladdemondjies het die beoordelaars beïndruk met hul redenaarstoesprake tydens die eerste rondte van vanjaar se ATKV Redenaarskompetisie.

Simon Krige (Graad 2), Miguette Malan (Graad 3) en Daniël Serfontein (Graad 3).

Squash Tournament Four Mounties participated in the Alan Stapleton EP Open Squash Tournament. Mountie No 1 player, Ian Olivier, narrowly lost in a closely contested fiveset match to Jarrod Coussins from Northerns. Jessie Immelman, Denise van der Spuy, and Kean de Nysschen also performed very well in their respective divisions.

Ian Olivier and Jarrod Coussins.

Jessie Immelman, Denise van der Spuy and Kean de Nysschen.

LAERSKOOL VERKENNER (t) 041 360 1200 (e) grikib@telkomsa.net Geluk, Monique van Rooyen! Baie geluk aan Monique van Rooyen wat OP gekry het vir “Action Cricket” asook haar OP-kleure vir O/13 netbal. Laerskool Verkenner is baie trots op haar.

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Sirkusdag Graad 3 het ‘n sirkusdag gehou. Almal het hulleself gate uit geniet!

Uitstappie na Bayworld Graad 2-maatjies was op ‘n uitstappie na Bayworld.


HERBERT HURD PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 041 364 1051 (e) hhurdps@global.co.za BE JUST - FEAR NOT

67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day is a project that has captured the hearts and hands of many ordinary South Africans over the past three years. This year the whole Herbert Hurd family – pupils, parents and staff – took up the 67 Blankets challenge and, for the past month, everybody has been knitting during every spare moment. Daily, bags of squares, knitted by moms, aunties, grannies and great-grannies, are deposited in boxes at the school office. The school staff room is a hive of knitting activity before school and at break times. Even the male staff members are contributing by donating balls of wool to encourage their colleagues. Many pupils have developed a renewed interest in handwork and have brushed up on their knitting skills, while others have learned to knit for the first time, in order to make their contribution. The squares are sewn together to make single-bed blankets, which are then distributed to needy people around the country. So far, Herbert Hurd has collected enough squares to make 26 blankets. If everyone continues to knit at the same pace until the end of May, Herbert Hurd will be able to make a very worthwhile contribution to this wonderful project which will help to keep people warm this winter.

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LAERSKOOL KABEGA (t) 041 360 2581 (e) kabegaps@mweb.co.za Earth Day

New principal Mrs Corrie van Eck, Kabega’s Acting Principal, recenctly handed over to the newly appointed Principal, Mr Andrew Jonas. We wish Mr Jonas all the best at Kabega.

Kabega Grade 1 to 3 learners celebrated Earth Day.

Mr Andrew Jonas receives the school’s key from Mrs Corrie van Eck.

WESTERING PRIMARY SCHOOL (t) 041 360 7818 (e) admin@westering.co.za Man of the Match

Grade 7 outing

Grade 4’s game drive

Well done to these two lads for being chosen as “Man of the Match” for their respective games at the Framesby Tournament.

Paddling partners on the Grade 7 outing to Willows.

Testing out the waters.

Ready, aim, shoot! Grade 7s learning the skill of archery.

Putting their courage to the test on the climbing wall.

Grade 4’ all set for their game drive at Shamwari.

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The Westering Primary Choir doing us proud with their beautiful performance at the Voce Volante Festival.

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GREY HIGH SCHOOL (t) 041 374 3300 (e) info@greyhighschool.com Standard Bank Grey High School Rugby Festival Grey vs Parktown on 30 April: Grey won 27–8.

Music department performs at St Augustine’s 150th celebration Grey’s music department performed at St Augustine’s Cathedral’s 150 year celebration. Director of Music Department at Grey is Shaun Lyon. Subject Head of Music is Louis Potgieter. Head of the Strings Orchestra is Mariza Taylor.

HOËRSKOOL DF MALHERBE (t) 041 581 3145 (e) dfm@telkomsa.net 2 Ure vir DF projek Baie dankie aan al ons ouers, leerders en onderwysers wat op 27 April twee ure van hulle tyd vir DF gegee het. Die positiewe energie en entoesiasme onder almal wat gewerk het, was aansteeklik. Saam het ons ‘n groot verskil gemaak!

Many thanks to all the parents, learners and teachers who donated two hours of their time for DF on 27 April. The positive energy and enthusiasm from everyone who worked, was astounding. Together we made a difference!

COLLEGIATE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL (t) 041 373 7705 (e) collegia@cghs.co.za Prestige Music Concert Close on 200 musicians from Collegiate Junior and High Schools took to the stage for the annual Prestige Music Concert on Thursday, 5 May. This event showcases the larger ensembles from both schools and this year’s line-up was worthy of all the praise it received. Opening the concert, was the High School’s Rock Band, under the leadership of Mr Tim o’ Reilly. A concert-goer exclaimed… “A rock band! At a girls’ school?!! Wow!” Woman are certainly ‘doing it for themselves’ and it was wonderful to see young musicians embracing diverse musical genres. The High School Jazz Band made South African history by being the first school band to perform the complex arrangement of Chick Corea’s Spain, with trumpet solo by Jenna Taylor. Talented matric saxophonist Josie McClure showed her skill in her solo during the band’s rendition of Mas Que Nada, another Latin-American favourite. Bella Voce à capella group provided wonderful vocal sounds in their own

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arrangement of Eden’s Superhero and Mariah Carey’s Always Be My Baby. The Junior School Band under the baton of Mr Alan Parker was a highlight, performing a wide range of musical styles. Trumpet Soloist Emma Fourie must be commended on her performance in J Moss’s Bring Him Home. The High School Choir, with Mrs Agenbag at the helm, accompanied by Mrs Fyvie, sang to high acclaim. A complex programme was presented, with à capella versions of Prints’ Benedicamus and Arlen’s Over the Rainbow. The crowd favourite was most definitely the spiritual, Good News, by K Burton. The concert ended on a high with the High School Concert Band, under the baton of Mr Putigna. Voted as one of the best band performances in Collegiate’s Concert Band history, which spans over 40 years, the performers and conductor deserved the standing ovation and applause which they received.

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Collegiate’s All Girls’ experience Collegiate Girls’ High School travelled to Durban to take part in the National All Girls’ Festival. Hosted by Durban Girls’ High School, Collegiate took part in many various disciplines: hockey, netball, debating, tennis and chess. Collegiate excelled in Durban, especially in the hockey and chess competitions. Hockey ended 3rd behind Oranje and Eunice. Chess were runners-up to Eunice. Harriet Bisdeé achieved her 100th cap whilst on tour. Netball player Anais Coetzee received the accolade of best attacking player of the netball tournament. Reshna Dhanjee was the board 3 winner in the chess tournament. Head of Sport, Mrs Chantell Posthumus, said, “We are really proud of our girls. They represented their school, and province incredibly well. The young hockey team is pulling together nicely, and I hope that we can maintain this momentum.”


VICTORIA PARK HIGH SCHOOL (t) 041 508 6400 (e) postmaster@vphs.ecape.school.za U16 rugby boys Victoria Park’s U16 rugby boys beat DF Malherbe 29-7 in their recent Derby fixture.

Reunioin assembly

VP Eqestrian captain

NMMU Charity Shield soccer tournament

Asheigh Leedo, VP Eqestrian captain, and her horse, Boeing Boeing, did extremely well at Qualifer 4 at the PE Riding Club, winning 5 classes against stiff opposition.

In the NMMU Charity Shield soccer tournament held recently, the Victoria Park teams reached the finals of all three divisions Girls and U16 and U19 Boys. The Girls and U19 boys emerged victorious, while the U16s were runners-up.

U14A girls hockey

The reunion assembly was attended by exscholars from 1966, 1976, 1986, 1991, 1996 ans 2006.

The Victoria Park U14A girls hockey team beat DF Malherbe 7- 0 at the recent Derby day.

VP girls captain, Chloe Welgoemoed, and U19 captain, Anele Gwentshu, are holding the trophy, with the U16 captain from Sanctor and two of the student organisers from NMMU.

HOËRSKOOL FRAMESBY (t) 041 360 1257 (e) bemarking@framesby.co.za Sportspanne kook teen Grens! Hokkie Ons eerste hokkiespan het uitstekend gespeel en Grens 3–0 geklop. Ons hokkiedogters verdien groot applous vir hul toewyding en harde spel. Netbal Op die netbalbaan het ons 0/14’s en 0/16’s goeie oorwinnings behaal, maar ons eerstespan moes ongelukkig die knie buig voor ‘n vasbeslote Grens-span.

Rugbyspelers blink uit in op-proewe

Landlopers bly baas!

Die nasionale toernooie in die meeste wintersporte vind tydens die Junie-vakansie plaas, en Meimaand is tradisioneel die tyd waarin proewe gespeel word om die provinsiale spanne te kies. Die rugbyproewe sluit volgende Saterdag af met die Meyer Sauerman-toernooi wat vanjaar by Pearson gehou word. Vir hierdie geleentheid is daar twee merietespanne en vier akademiespanne gekies wat met mekaar sal kragte meet, waarna die OP Cravenweekspan, die O/18 Akademiespanne, asook die OP O/16span aangewys sal word. Ons is baie trots om te kan rapporteer dat 9 van ons spelers in die merietespanne opgeneem is, terwyl ‘n verdere 3 in die Akademiespanne opgeneem is. Vyf van ons O/16-spelers sal ook in aksie wees. Dis ‘n besondere prestasie en ons hou styf duim vas dat almal die provinsiale spanne sal haal!

Die derde Landloopliga-byeenkoms het verlede Woensdag by HTS Newton plaasgevind. Soos altyd het Framesby se span uitstekend presteer en vier van die moontlike ses ouderdomsgroepe gewen. Die volgende atlete het almal eerste plekke behaal: Melissa Hamilton, Lara de Bloe, Marne Olivier, Chane Petzer, Bjorn Ferreira, Janno Agenbag en Ian Gerber. Lara het die vinnigste tyd van al die dogters aangeteken. Karla Scheffer, Shene Delport, Bridget Hart, Jurgens Boreman en Johny Muller het almal tweede plekke behaal, terwyl Kelly Schmidt, Eldino van Rhyn en Chad van Rensburg derde plekke behaal het Ons aanvaar dit al as vanselfsprekend dat die Framesby-atlete hierdie ligabyeenkomste sommer net sal wen, maar almal weet dat dit die resultaat is van baie harde werk en toewyding. Baie geluk aan almal. Framesby is baie trots op julle!

Rugby Op die rugbyveld was ons spanne heeltemal te sterk vir Grens. Die 0/14’s het die bal aan die rol gesit met oorwinnings met meer sas 80 punte, en uiteindelik het Framesby 377 punte teen 60 aangeteken! Die eerstespan het baie goed gespeel en 27-10 geseëvier.

HOËRSKOOL ANDREW RABIE (t) 041-374 5604 (e) admin@andrewrabie.co.za Sport Vasvra-kompetisie Die Leerlingraad van Andrew Rabie het onlangs ‘n Sport Vasvrakompetisie gehou, wat almal baie geniet het.

VOOR: Cole Adams. AGTER: Amber Moultrie, Ameer Carelse, Rewaldo Stevens, Theo van Niekerk, Marcel Swartz, McJohn Hardy, Sisipho Gxogxo.

Jeugtakopleidingsessie Bestuurslede van die Hoërskool Andrew Rabieratels jeugtak het die jeugtakopleidingsessie by Elizabeth Place bygewoon. Die sessie is deur Elda Kruger, streeksorganiseerder van die ATKV, aangebied is.

Megan Whittle, Ray-Linn Blignault, Megan Bouwers, Dean-Ray Potter (ondervoorsitter), Ivor Swartbooi (voorsitter), Cherise de Vrey, Charmel Marx en Chanté de Witt.

VCSV Bederf Protea Kinderhuis Die VCSV van Hoërskool Andrew Rabie het ‘n fondsinsameling gehou en met hulp van Charlo Athletics Club, ‘n “Easter Egg Hunt” vir die Protea Kinderhuis gehou. Hulle het speletjies soos sakresies, ‘pin the tail on the bunny’, vroteier en vele ander gespeel. Die kinders het dit baie geniet.

Mnr. Oosthuizen en Me. Roetz saam met die kringleiers en die kinders van Protea Kinderhuis.

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HOËRSKOOL CILLIÉ (t) 041 451 4837 (e) hsc@absamail.co.za Colour Run

Cillié vs Andrew Rabie Cillié is baie bevoorreg om twee nuwe netbalbane by die JJ Engel-brecht-sportterrein te voeg. Tydens die sportdag teen Andrew Rabie is die nuwe netbalbane ingewy. 0/19A netbal wen 18-14 en 0/19A rugby wen 24-12.

Cillié se leerderraad het ‘n fondsinsamelingsprojek gehou, ‘n Colour Run. Dit was hope pret.

THEODOR HERZL SCHOOL (t) 041 581 4244 (e) marketing@theodorherzl.co.za The Pantastix - Theodor Herzl’s Steel Pan Band Our steel pan band went on a tour to Cape Town where they performed at an alumni reunion, the Waterfront amphitheatre and also the Baxter Theatre. The highlight was when they visited Riebeeck-Kasteel in the winelands. They invited four bands from surrounding farm schools to workshop with them under a magnificent tree in the town square.

Proud to present DNA Theodor Herzl High School is proud to present DNA - a cautionary play focusing on the dangerous places to which bullying can lead. What happens when someone is excluded from the “in-group”, so they become an outsider? Only four shows: 19, 21, 22 and 23 May 2016.

LINKSIDE HIGH SCHOOL (t) 041 373 7948 (e) linksideheadmaster@gmail.com Rugby Linkside Rugby has been doing very well lately. The coaches have been working hard and the hard work is busy paying off. Juniors (blue jerseys) The juniors (blue jerseys) have been making massive improvements compared to last year. Mr Van Lill and Mr Weyers have really been putting them through their paces and the boys are improving every week. U15 Team • Lost 17-7 against Westering A • Lost 10-5 against Andrew Rabie A • Lost 22-21 against Daniel Pienaar C U14 Team • Lost 12-0 against Westering A • Lost 24-17 against Andrew Rabie A • Won 15-5 against Daniel Pienaar C

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Under 16 team (white jerseys) The under 16 team (white jerseys) have had an awesome season. This is a very talented group of players, with a very committed coach. Mr Herion has walked a long journey with this team and his hard work is starting to pay off. U16 Team • Drew 0-0 against Westering A • Won 42-0 against Alex A • Won 72-0 against Framesby C

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Fun Day at Theodor! The Grade 7 pupils arranged a Fun Day fundraiser at school. It is safe to say that FUN was had by all!