Pupils dress up for Heritage Day

2017-10-06 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedSt Monica’s pupils Asive Mqhitsana (left) and Tlotla Lenaba.SEE MORE ON PAGE 10.

PHOTO: suppliedSt Monica’s pupils Asive Mqhitsana (left) and Tlotla Lenaba.SEE MORE ON PAGE 10.

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PUPILS from St Monica’s School celebrated Heritage Day by wearing traditional garments to school last Friday.

The best dressed male pupil in pre-school was Mvuyelwa Mvimbi and best dressed female pupil was Tlhonolofatso Khakani.

In the junior phase the best dressed male pupil was Asive Mqhitsana and best dressed female pupil was Tlotla Lenaba.

In the senior primary phase the best dressed male pupil was Kamano Parkies and the female was Olwethu Dube.

Ashwin Kotze was declared the best dressed male pupil in Grade 8 and Grade 9 and Lona Mfeketho was best dressed female.

In the Further Education and Tertiary (FET) phase the best dressed male pupil was Katleho Parkies and the female was Lefeetsa Moshoeshoe.

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