Saints Café now open

2018-02-13 06:01
Saints Café staff (from left) Mbali Njapha, Lebo Motloung, Londiwe Ndlela and Doctor Madlala.

Saints Café staff (from left) Mbali Njapha, Lebo Motloung, Londiwe Ndlela and Doctor Madlala.

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ST Mary’s DSG, Kloof, welcomed special guests to the grand opening of the Saints Café last week.

Saints Café overlooks the AstroTurf and was formally known as The Pavilion. The Pavilion was originally opened by the Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu on November 4, 1994. The space was then revamped and Saints Cafe, sponsored by the Parents’ Society, was opened on February 1.

The café will serve as both a tuckshop to pupils as well as a café to parents and visitors, and girls after school hours.

It was a lovely occasion and an opportunity to thank those who have been involved, to cut the ribbon and celebrate a new and exciting space for the St Mary’s family.

At the launch were …


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