Vryheid High School elects new leaders

INTERACT 2018 committee from left to right back row: Mrs E van der Heever, M Filter, I Akhtauzzama. Front row: S Ebrahim, R Ally, A Jacobs.

IT is Spring and a time for renewal. We say farewell to our old committee members and welcome new faces and new ideas in our committees. In the weeks that have passed, we had said farewell to our 2016/2017 senior leaders and have welcomed our new leaders. The Interact committee has also appointed a new leadership in their committee. The new committee is as follows:

President – Samihah Ebrahim

Vice President – Iram Akhtaruzzaman

Treasurer – Alberdene Jacobs

Secretary – Raeesah Ally

Public Relations – Marion Filter

Congratulations to the newly elected executive committee. We know that you will continue the positive work of your predecessors in our community.

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Below is also the list of our newly elected senior leaders for the 2017/2018 term. We wish these individuals well, as they form a large part of our school’s everyday functioning and have embraced a heavy burden of responsibility.

Boys: Tristan Aitken, Iram Akhtaruzzaman, Siyanda Buthelezi, Luyanda Cele, Cameron Foster, Jared Foster, Peter Gevers, Rivaldo Hughes, Mholi Khuzwayo, Kelson Lemmon-Ward, Sihle Mathenjwa, Lusada Mkhwanazi, Luyanda Mpungose, Lethu Mthethwa, Ralf Niebuhr, Stefan Niebuhr, Ntokozo Nxumalo, Ntando Nyandeni, Khulani Nyawo, Yahya Rasool, Sinamehlase Sibisi, Ulrich Venter, and Lwandile Zulu.

Girls: Raeesah Ally, Britney Arthur, Sinakhonke Banda, Angela Bookye-Yiadom, Megan Conibear, Marion Filter, Saskia Hibbert, Alberdene Jacobs, Sabera Khan, Elné Le Roux, Chané Lombard, Nondumiso Masuku, Sekufanele Mbatha, Angelina Minlah, Nicole Muhl, Claudia Niebuhr, Melanie Niebuhr, Rifiwe Nkosi, Lwandiso Nxumalo, Casey Ontong, Amanda Qwabe, Anke Slump, and Yaseerah Sujee.

The ACTS (Association for Christian Teachers and Students) group hosted another successful movie night on August 30. The movie was ‘God is Not Dead 2’, a follow-up of the first movie, screened earlier this year. Attendance was free and voluntary. The lecture room was transformed into a mini movie theatre for learners who arrived with their own delectable snacks and drinks. Our thanks to Kwazi and Siya from Freedom Life Church for their support, as well as Mr. Ngcobo.

On August 17, we hosted our annual Talent Showcase. Learners of all grades displayed their various talents on stage to the delight of their friends and family in the audience. From singing and dancing to playing the piano and beat-boxing, the learners of VHS truly shone throughout the successful evening. Thank you and congratulations to all the participants, the hosts for the evening (Melissa, Thabang and Sinead) and the organisers, Mrs E le Roux, Mr C van Rhyn and Ms F Rawat.

Amid all the changes in leadership and seasons, we still managed to squeeze in a few sport matches as well, with the following results:

Soccer:

VHS 1st team vs Landbou 5 – 2

VHS 2nd team vs Landbou 6 – 1

VHS Girls vs Landbou Girls 0 – 1

Cricket:

u/15 vs Ferrum: VHS won by 10 wickets

1st team vs Ferrum: VHS won by 50 runs

Girls 2nd team vs Pionier 1st: VHS lost with 8 wickets

Laastens wil ons graag ‘n korreksie maak aan verlede week se nuus aangaande Conrad Jonker. Ons vra onverskoning vir die misverstand. Conrad het wel sy land verteenwoordig, maar nie as deel van die Protea span nie, maar as deel van ‘n uitnodigingspan. Hier is die inligting soos ons dit ontvang het: “The undermentioned members (Conrad Jonker) were selected to represent South Africa for the abovementioned team (SAFBAF) to participate in an International Angling Test against Namibia.”

Ons kan wel met trots aankondig dat Conrad hom baie goed van sy taak gekwyt het en nie net het sy span hulle afdeling gewen nie, maar Conrad is aangekondig as algehele wenner van sy afdeling – die gewig van sy visse gedurende die kompetisie was die swaarste van al die hengelaars.

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