Mount Ernestina School news

2017-03-15 06:04
With their awards (back, from left) Mr NO Dumakude, Mr HM Xaba, Mr T. Nkomo, Mr SL Phungula, Mr MS Mkize (principal), and (front) Mr ZC Mbhele and Mr KM Cebekhulu.

With their awards (back, from left) Mr NO Dumakude, Mr HM Xaba, Mr T. Nkomo, Mr SL Phungula, Mr MS Mkize (principal), and (front) Mr ZC Mbhele and Mr KM Cebekhulu.

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MOUNT Ernestina Combined School teachers were awarded certificates in the Umvoti CMC NSC 2016 matric awards last Saturday at Greytown High School.
The school is very proud of its 96% pass rate in the 2016 matric exams as a result of the hard work by pupils and teachers.

Certificates were awarded to Mr SL Phungula­ (94% and six As in business studies­). Mr NO Dumakude (100% and four As in Zulu). Mr T. Nkomo (83% and one A in accounting). Mr HM Xaba (81% and one A in history). Mr ZC Mbhele (95% in physical sciences), and Mr KM Cebekhuli (81% in economic).

Pupil Enock Xaba received two trophies and R4 000 for the best in business studies and economics.

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