Community work pays

2016 learners from Sitintile High School.

KABOKWENI- A group of university graduates, driven by their passion to see children from KaBokweni and surrounding areas succeed in life, helped a number of pupils improve their matric results last year.

Members of Rolling Stone Maths and Science Centre comprising Sifiso Chibi, Sophy Nkosi, Ephraim Chiloane, Samkeo Mokoena, Yaya Dube and Julia Ngomane, offered pupils academic assistance in maths, science, accounting as well as other subjects during study camps held for the matric class of 2016.
Also read: Class of 2016 honoured

The group awarded trophies, certificates as well as other prizes courtesy of Dwaleni Communial Property Association and Dr JV Mdhluli, to deserving pupils who achieved outstanding marks in their final examinations.

Also read: Rolling towards better matric results

  AUTHOR
Thobile Mlangeni
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