Life science pupils awarded

2015-12-08 06:00
Photos: supplied At the awards ceremony (from left) Ms N. Zungu (teacher), and (joint award) Nomasonto Malembe, Thandokuhle Mhlongo and Mr T. Shawula (principal).

Photos: supplied At the awards ceremony (from left) Ms N. Zungu (teacher), and (joint award) Nomasonto Malembe, Thandokuhle Mhlongo and Mr T. Shawula (principal).

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THE Kloof Conservancy awarded top life science pupils from seven high schools that participate in the Molweni River Health Schools Project.
The project focuses on educating pupils about the importance of our water sources and the schools measure the health of the Molweni River catchment twice a year using the mini-South African Scoring System (Sass).

The project was awarded at the eThekwini Mayors Excellence Awards – Biodiversity Category in 2014 and the conservancy has used the prize money to provide awards to the top life science pupils at each school.
The award is a certificate and a R500 book voucher. Kloof High School, Thomas More College and Tholulwazi Secondary recently held their awards presentations. Hillcrest, Wyebank, Kwadinabakubo and Kwabazothini High schools will be holding their awards in January 2016.
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