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Our school runs a chess club in our computer lab, we have over 80 members, we will be running a internal tournament soon. Our chess club is supported by Sifunda Kunye. Our club members would like to thank Steve for coaching and assisting us with our club.
My name is Songezo Qubungu known as Steve. I matriculated in 2016 at Richard Varha and went to the University of Fort Hare in 2017 to further my studies, where I studied bachelor of commerce. In 2018 I had to dropout because of family matters. I am from a family of three, my mother who […]
We welcomed a total of 1297 learners this year. Our school wish to congratulate the class of 2021 for all the hard work and dedication. Our School managed a pass rate of 70% with 211 learners that wrote and 148 that passed. The breakdown of our grade 12 results are as follows: Bachelors 72 Diplomas […]
29 November 2021 Sifunda Kunye Literacy project hosts annual writing camps for our partner schools but due to COVID we were unable to host our annual writing camp. However, Sifunda Kunye launched an writing competition for our partner schools, together with our newsletter clubs and English faculty members at our schools our competition was […]
It is with the most heartfelt sorrow to announce the passing of one of our learners Liyema Botile (Mjekula) in Grade 10I. Liyema passed away on Sunday 12 September 2021 after a short illness. His funeral was held at his home in Lower Gxulu, Keiskammahoek on Saturday 18 September 2021. Liyema will be dearly missed. […]
2 September 2021 Grade 12 Civil Technology (Construction Studies) practical’s .
Our school celebrated youth day in style this year, thank you to faculty, learners that made it a memorable day. History of youth day in South Africa June 16. Youth Day commemorates the Soweto youth uprising of 16 June 1976. In 1975 protests started in African schools after a directive from the then Bantu Education […]