Spar donates voucher atPinetown Boys’ High

2018-03-06 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedFrom left: Tersia Taskes, Nkuleleko Mbhele, Siphesihle Myaka and school principal R. Naidoo.

PHOTO: suppliedFrom left: Tersia Taskes, Nkuleleko Mbhele, Siphesihle Myaka and school principal R. Naidoo.

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THE Main Group of Spars — Main Spar, Sarnia Spar, Escombe Spar and Hillary Spar — donated a R250 voucher each to two Pinetown Boys’ High School (PBHS) pupils, Siphesihle Myaka and Nkululeko Mbhele, who have done extraordinary well within their school.

Siphesihle is a well-rounded young man who believes strongly in character building. Growing up with a disability, he never let that stop him from always giving his best.

According to group promotions and advertising spokesperson of the Main Group of Spars, Tersia Taskes, Siphesihle believes that if you want to make your dream come true, you may have to make another person’s dream come true first.

He has recently earned colours for playing first team rugby, first team cricket and first team hockey. He is the hockey, cricket, and rugby sevens captain. He is always the first to practice and the last to leave, never giving up on his team-mates. He is also an excellent leader.

He was chosen as the Male Leader of the Week and received the fellowship award at the Masakhane Leadership Course held during school holidays.

He is a member of DYC and has won the impromptu speaking award for Toastmasters. He is also the head boy of Pinetown Boys’ High School.

And as for Nkuleleko, he is a self- aware young man who is polite, well-mannered and not afraid to share his opinion yet always in a respectful way.

Academically he shines — he is a determined and organised worker who completes his work timeously.

Nkuleleko takes pride in his appearance and is always immaculate groomed. He is most pleasant young man who is always courteous and obliging. He is respectful and conducts himself at all times with dignity. He is calm and approaches any situation with a level head and rational outlook.

“We have decided to acknowledge pupils who have achieved beyond average accomplishments in academics, sports, recreational and community activities. We are proud of the young achievers and would like to recognise them for their outstanding achievements,” said Taskes.

— Supplied.

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