IPHUTENG’S FAREWELL TO RAMODIKE

By: Pioneer Correspondent An emotional farewell ceremony for foundation phase educator, brought tears to fellow colleagues and learners at an institution she has been affiliated with for 22 years. On 31st October, Mathematics educator for the foundation phase at Iphuteng, Miss Modulane Maria Ramodike was honored with an emotional farewell ceremony, to share some of the legacies she leaves behind at Iphuteng Primary School, 17th … Continue reading IPHUTENG’S FAREWELL TO RAMODIKE

CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE

By William Serumula Students went on strike on the morning of 26 and 27 January 2015; at Central Johannesburg College Alexandra Campus, which lead to a temporary closure of the institution. The police to fired teargas cans to disperse protesters and 76 students were arrested – and charged with public disorder. Student Representative Council Suzan Banda told Alex Pioneer that students drafted a memorandum of … Continue reading CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE

The Vincent Tshabalala Education Trust awarded 5 top performing Alexandra high schools and grade 12 learners.

CLASS OF 2014 TOP PERFORMERS

By: William Serumula On its 11th anniversary The Vincent Tshabalala Education Trust awarded 5 top performing Alexandra high schools and grade 12 learners (class of 2014) with bursaries to the universities of their choice. The others that were awarded were the top ten Grade 11s and Grade 10s;they received certificates, books and funds during a ceremony hosted at Sankopano community centre. The Vincent Tshabalala Education … Continue reading CLASS OF 2014 TOP PERFORMERS

A HARD ROAD TO SUCCESS

By:  William Serumula By practicing resilience and defiance in trying circumstances, Mpho Mukwevho passed matric with Diploma. We met with him at this home where he shared his success story. Facing what many would deem insurmountable challenges, the proud 20-year-old from Realogile Secondary School, was the oldest guy at school and it was never easy for him. His fellow learners would call him all sort … Continue reading A HARD ROAD TO SUCCESS