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EC Schools Festival Bulletin

The 2011 Eastern Cape Schools Festival took part on 16th & 17th May in the 1820 Settlers Monument. The VSA with sponsorship from the Schools Festival office had the privilege of taking fifteen awareNet learners from Grahamstown East (Benjamin Mahlasela Secondary School, Nathaniel Nyaluza High School, Nombulelo Secondary School & Ntsika Secondary School). The learners were ask... [read on >>]
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By: Thozamile Enock Ngeju, lelethu ginise, Linda Plaatjie, Bulelwa mbekisa, Mandilakhe Adam, Nobenguni Makata, nobahle cakwe, Andile Mengu, Sanele Ntshingana, Nolukhanyo September
Started: May 20th 2011 09:10
Last Update: November 23rd 2011 07:52


Grahamstown rocks!

Who would have thought that some of those awe inspiring creatures, that we usually see on television in movies like Juraissic Park, used to live on your doorstep. Their remains can actually be found right here. Yes I am talking about dinosaurs and other fossilised organisms which have held scientists and other peoples' curiosity since the first fossil was discovered. Locally&nb... [read on >>]
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By: Soqhama Peter, Sarah Hanton, Vivienne Dames, Chantelle May
Started: February 14th 2012 04:37
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:40

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Kaolin: The business of culture

The aim of this project is to find out more about Kaolin and its general uses with particular focus on Grahamstown and Kaolin's commercial past and possible future if the mining of Kaolin is renewed.   ... [read on >>]
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By: Blessings Chinganga, Lelethu Bodlani, Menzi Mkiva, Sarah Hanton, Inga Macingwane
Started: February 7th 2012 04:46
Last Update: November 7th 2016 02:40


Learners` Experiences @ National Schools Festival 2011

Standard Bank held the National Schools Festival for the last time this year, with a mission statement "To enrich the culture and educational life of the youth of South Africa, by promoting an appreciation of the arts as a universal tool of communication and empowerment, and to develop a deep appreciation, love and support for the South African arts industry". The Fest lasted four day an... [read on >>]
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By: Ayanda Twani, Hannah Godlonton, Motolani Adesina, Jessica Wentworth, Tamani Chithambo, Siyanda Makunga, Krista du Plooy, Sarah Hanton, Anna Wertlen, Neliswa Mamani, Faith du Plessis, Siyamtanda Tokwe
Started: July 15th 2011 04:29
Last Update: November 23rd 2011 08:09


Learners` Experiences at National Arts Festival 2011

  The Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2011 runs from Thursday, 30th June 2011 till Sunday, 10th July, during the June/July school holidays. The NAF (National Arts Festival) is sponsored by a wide variety of different companies. This is the biggest arts festival in Southern Africa, and it aims at providing a platform for different artists to show their talents, and an opportunity for people... [read on >>]
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By: Faith du Plessis, Ayanda Twani, Krista du Plooy, Siyamtanda Tokwe
Started: July 5th 2011 03:45
Last Update: November 23rd 2011 07:58