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Identity in a Westernised Society – 13th October 2017

In this podcast, Tamiya Safodien chats to Nicole Smith, Na’eela Coleman, Aaliyah Haron and Lilitha Njobe about Identity in a Westernized Society.

 

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Positive Friends – 1st October 2017

In this week’s delightful podcast, Laila Manie chats to Ashleigh Cozett, Na-eela Coleman and Yumna Ederies about the importance of surrounding yourself with positive friends.

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Handing over of leadership – 20th September 2017

In discussion with Robyn van Dam this week are Lesley Bredekamp, Tejal Kooverjee and Zahrah Davids as they discuss their experiences as part of the leadership of Wynberg Girls’ High.

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Art students – 06th September 2017

In this brief podcast, Juliette Austin chats to fellow matriculants Savannah Wiegand, Tejal Kooverjee
and Leila Abrahams about the creative processes in the Art Room

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Femspeak neologisms – 23 August 2017

In this lighthearted and delightful podcast Aneesa Rawat, Malikah Gaibi, Nuriya Pahad and Ishwarya Ramklass talk about some of the femspeak neologisms which have found their way onto social media.

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LGBTIQ and community @ WGHS – 22nd August 2017

In this week’s podcast about the support afforded to the LGBTQI+ community at Wynberg Girls’ High School Tamia Morgan talks to Esethu Mahlumba, Tapiwa Manda, Luyanda Bennie and Jennifer Ely

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Emotional and Mental Health well-being -14th August 2017 

In discussion with Tejal Kooverjee this week are Jewel Ormond, Yusrah Booley and Jess Stephens. They discuss the pervasiveness of stress in their lives and the importance of emotional and psychological well-being.

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WGHS world challenge 2017 – 31st July 2017

In the June/July holidays a group of our girls went to India as part of a World Challenge Tour. World Challenge is the leading provider of life-changing school expeditions. There are five distinct phases and the planning & preparation for the entire expedition is student-led, from fundraising to fitness training and itinerary planning. In discussion with Jewel Ormond about their trip to India are Simone Neethling, Jess van Niekerk and Jessica Austin.

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Leadership – 13th June 2017

Robyn van Dam discusses the Leadership opportunities at Wynberg Girls’ High School with Grade 11’s in this weeks podcast. In discussion with her are Abby Anderton, Tsholofelo Mangadi, Bhavika Kalan.

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Managing Exam Stress – 6th June 2017

In discussion with Robyn van Dam are Yusrah Booley, Jewel Ormond, Parina Naidoo and Tejal Kooverjee, all of whom are members of the Academic Committee. This week they discuss the impending exams and the management of the stress that comes with them.

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Xenophobia – 5th June 2016

Discussing Xenophobia. The discussion is chaired by Tamia Morgan and in discussion with her are Zizi Masizan, Tapiwa Manda, Zara Wichman and Palesa Maruping.

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Transformation – 19th May 2017

This week’s podcast looks at the issue of transparent and inclusive processes with the naming of spaces in our school. In discussion with Robyn van Dam are Amy Wilkinson (a teacher and past pupil at the school), Zizi Masizana and Siphoesihle Gqaji.

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Experiencing the 2017 Matric Dance – 19th May 2017

Following on from the podcast last week, Grade 12’s talk about their experiences at the 2017 Matric Dance. In discussion with Robyn van Dam are Jess Stephens, Maxine Schmid, Simone Neethling and Erin Barham.

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Organising the Matric Dance – 10th May 2017

The Grade 11’s of 2017 talk about their experiences in organising the Matric Dance this year. In discussion with Robyn van Dam are Keira Boer, Isabelle Hayes, Nuria Pahad, Jessie Vosloo and Jade de Keijzer.

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Wynberg High Schools’ Major Production “The Crucible” – 24th March 2017

This Week, we talk to the cast of  Wynberg High Schools’ Major Production “The Crucible”. In discussion with Juliette Austin are Juliet Stromin, Erin Barham, Lesley Bredekamp, Juliet Austen, Bella Draper and Jade Burgess.

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Muslim Woman – 23rd March 2017

This week, a discussion by our MSA on misconceptions about Muslim women. Chairing the discussion is Maxine Schmid. She chats to Saarah Hendricks, Yusrah Booley, Zayyaan Esau and Mariam Sambo.

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Robotics – 16th March 2017

In this week’s podcast Robyn van Dam, Zayaan Jardien, Aashiqah Regal and Robyn Brown discuss the benefits of engaging girls in robotics.

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Our Precocious Youth – 7th March 2017

In this week’s podcast, Robyn van Dam discusses the precocity of our youth with Tejal Kooverjee, Saarah Abrahams and Jade Burgess.

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Saving Water – 1st of March

In discussion with Robyn van Dam this week are Ms Caryn Underhill, Bhavika Kalan, Caitlin Thomson, Shannon Prentice  and Laila Zouhier. Listen in as they discuss the water crisis in Cape Town.

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Motivating words from our Wynpress commitee – 21st February 2016

This week we have a motivational piece from Jewel Ormond and Ilhám Choonara – both of whom are on the Wynpress committee – our quarterly student newspaper.

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Donald Trump Presidency – 14th February 2017 

In this week’s podcast Maxine Schmid chairs a discussion about some of the issues arising out of the Donald Trump presidency. In discussion with her are Chloe Coetzee, Ammaarah Jacobs, Siphoesihle Gqaji, Delucia Daniels and special guest Ben Clark, who is currently in South Africa researching Social Justice and Education.

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2017 Sleepover – 3rd February 2017

In this week’s podcast Robyn van Dam chairs a discussion about the 2017 Sleepover and its highlights.

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GRADE 8 ORIENTATION – 24th January 2017

In this podcast Robyn van Dam, Head of Communications 2017, talks a bit about the Grade 8 Orientation programme and interviews a few Grade Eights to get their response to the programme. In the interview you hear Bethany Toohey, Anastasia Petersen, Margarita Charitou, Corina Austin, Tayla Gassert, Courtney Joshua and Kylie du Toit.

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OUR LEADERS’ PERSPECTIVE – 24th January 2017

Maxine Schmidt interviews the 2017 Pillar Heads, Head of Communications and the Head of School – Parina Naidoo (Head of Academics) Juliet Stromin (Head of Culture), Kayla Garcia (Head of Service) Katherine Nicholls (Head of Sport) Robyn van Dam (Head of Communications) and Jessica Stephens (Head of School.) In this podcast they talk of their visions for the school and their respective portfolios in 2017.

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Girls Choir Festival 2016 – 7th December 2016

Selected performances from girls choir festival 2016.

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Healthy Food Choices – 29th November 2016

In this week’s podcast, Tejal Kooverjee chairs a discussion with Ammaarah Jacobs, Isobel Evans, Maxine Schmid and Jewel Ormond about our food choices and health.

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All ThingsEenvironment, Part 2 – 24th November 2016

In this week’s podcast, Juliette Austin picks up with the EnviroClub again, where they talk of some of the projects the school will be embarking on to protect the environment and to develop sustainability projects. In discussion with her are Caitlin Thomson and Denver Johnston.

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All Things Environment – 16th November 2016

In this week’s podcast, Juliette Austin chats to the EnviroClub , where they talk of some of the projects the school will be embarking on to protect the environment and to develop sustainability projects. In discussion with her are Caitlin Thomson and Denver Johnston.

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Cyber-bullying – 10th November 2016

Robyn van Dam in this week’s podcast discusses the issue of Cyber-bullying with two Grade 9 and two Grade 11 students. In discussion with her are Tejal Kooverjee, Paige Farquar, Agape Thamar and Kayla Barnes.

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Traditions at Valedictory Ceremonies – 3rd November 2016

Our next podcast is a recording of some of the traditions at our Valedictory Service. The choir sings to the Matrics, and the outgoing Head of School addresses her class for the final time. Sarah Mc Donald was the musician this year playing “Hypnosis” by Clarke; our choir sang “Bright” by Sierota and Lara Harris is our outgoing Head of School. We do hope that this podcast will trigger good memories for the Class of 2016 and that it will be of interest to those who were unable to attend the ceremony.

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Valedictory Guest Speaker – 3rd November 2016

She is Janet Lindup, a past pupil and was a South African Principal Ballet Dancer. She is introduced by Melissa McCarthy, Deputy Head of Wynberg Girls’ High.

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Principals Address & MySchool Fundraising – 25th October 2016

The Principal describes how the funds raised by the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme (Woolworths, Engen Foodstops, Bidvest Waltons, Loot.co.za, Tafelberg Furnishers, Worksheet Cloud & Flight Centre) have been used within the school to improve conditions for learners. A few words on the forthcoming events during Term 4 and the exams at the end of the term.

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Fees Must Fall – The Debate – 11th October 2016

This week four Grade Elevens discuss the University protests and the possible impact on current and next year’s students. In discussion with chairperson,  Maxine Schmid, are Stacey Goliath, Jewel Ormond, Zara Wichman and Tamia Morgan.

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Wynberg’s 1946 Matriculants 11th October 2016

On Founders’ Day this year, two of our Grade 11 students Stacey Goliath and Robyn van Dam were able to talk to three of Wynberg’s 1946 Matriculants (Barbara Geach, Ena Carlilse and Jean Chetwin) about their experiences of school, and the changes that have taken place.

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Pressures of Grade 9  Subject Choices – 28th October 2016

In this week’s podcast, incoming Head of Communications, Robyn van Dam, chairs a discussion with Kayla Barnes, Erin Harris, Chéyenne Britten, Tejal Kooverjee and Stacey Goliath. This week they discuss the pressures and stresses of Subject Choices in Grade 9.

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Ubuntu Society Choir – 26th September 2016

The two girls heading up the choir are Anelisa Mahlungulu and Sisipho Dingeni. The choir is trained by these two Grade 11 girls – without any adult intervention.

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Ubuntu Cultural Evening – 20th September 2016

In this week’s podcast, incoming Head of Communications, Robyn van Dam, talks about a Cultural evening which is being organised by the WGHS Ubuntu Society. In conversation with her is Anelisa Mahlungulu, Siphokuhle Khundayi and Aphiwe Mayatula

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The Spark that Ignited at Pretoria Girls High – 7th September 2016

In this week’s podcast, incoming Head of Communications, Robyn van Dam, chairs a discussion with Kayla Barnes, Erin Harris, Tamia Morgan and Stacey Goliath. This week they discuss the spark ignited by Pretoria Girls High on racist policies in former Model C Schools.

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Caster Semenya – 29th August 2016

In discussion with Rebekah Nathan this week are Stacey Goliath, Jess Stephens and Tamia Morgan. They discuss the recent controversy surrounding Caster Semenya’s participation in the women’s races in the Olympics.

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Sexism in the Olympic Media Reporting – 24th August 2016

With the 2016 Rio Olympics out in full force, new levels of national pride and excitement are clearly evident. With this however, there have been a number of questionable incidents in the media regarding sexism in reporting about female Olympians. Thandeka Chakanyuka, Zara Wichman and Isobel Evans join Stacey Goliath in discussion about this sexism and the effects thereof.

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Being in Matric – 19th August 2016

As the year is coming to an end and the Matrics of 2016 are getting ready to spread their wings, Juliette Austin, a grade 11 student chairs the discussion in this week’s podcast. She is joined with five matrics : Savannah Steyn, Frances Morris, Megan Mulholland, Constance Chiwaula and Danielle Martin. They discuss their current feelings about being in Matric, exams coming up and the end of their school career at Wynberg Girls’ high school.

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Cape Town Eisteddfod – 16th August 2016

In this week’s podcast, we bring you recordings of the Wynberg Girls’ High School Vocal Ensemble and the Choir – awarded the WC Forster Medal for being the best ladies’ choir at the Cape Town Eisteddfod (CTE). Conducted and trained by Mrs Suretha van Bergen, the sounds are a delight.

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Discussion with Dr. Mamphela Ramphele – 29th July 2016

In discussion with Rebekah Nathan in this week’s podcast are Zolisa Kapa, Alice Basset and Skye Simpson. They were discussing the impact of conversations enjoyed with Dr Mamphela Ramphele’s at Wynberg Girls’ High on Tuesday 26 July.

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Leadership for 2017 – 22nd July 2016

The third term is always an emotionally demanding one: it is the term in which applications for the positions of leadership for the following year become available to the Grade Elevens. TyraLee Nel 2016 Head of Culture, chairs a discussion on the leadership system at Wynberg Girls’ High School with a number of leaders from 2016 and a number of applicants for 2017.

In discussion with her are Grade 11 aspirant leaders Robyn van Dam, Juliet Stromin and Stacey Goliath and 2016 leaders, Lara Harris, Head of School; Meg Anderton, Head of Academics; Casey Valentine, Head of Wellesley and Asanda  Masoka Deputy Chair of the RCL.

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The Upcoming School Play – 29th June 2016

Next term, Wynberg Girls’ High will be presenting Evan Placey’s play “Girls Like that”.

This new play, directed by Penelope Glover, is said to pose urgent and uncomfortable questions and it has been suggested that perhaps change starts with plays like this.

In this week’s podcast Ms Orpen speaks to Savannah Steyn, Helena Veysey, Simone Neethling, and Nicole Englebrecht about the production.

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From the Principals Desk – 24th June 2016

A message from the principal at Wynberg Girls’ High School – a look back on term two, 2016 .

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A Gift of a Grand Piano – 15th June 2016

Recently Wynberg Girls’ High School was given a gift of a grand piano by past pupil, Mrs Wendy Ackerman. We thought that she, and some our listeners, would enjoy listening to a performance by Hongju Nam – one of our Grade Eleven Pupils – of “Kiss the Rain” and “Maybe” composed by Yiruma

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Drama Girls experience of All Girls’ Schools’ National Festival – 3rd June 2016

In this week’s podcast, we pick up on the Drama Girls’ excitement about and reflection on the All Girls’ Schools National Festival in Durban. From the announcement of their flight to Durban, to the experience of a first time flyer they discuss their experiences of this festival. In discussion are Savannah Steyn, Juliette Austin, Juliet Stromin, Robyn Benjamin and Lesley Bredekamp.

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All Girls’ National Festival – May 25th 2016

A  number of our girls participated in various disciplines in the All Girls’ Schools National Festival. Rebekah Nathan competed in the Public Speaking section and was judged the overall winner of the competition. In this podcast we listed to her prepared reading from a novel called “Lighthousekeeping” by Jeanette Winterson and her prepared speech on “Identity.”

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Girl Geek Dinner – 18th May 2016

Three of our girls recently received sponsorship to attend a Girl Geek Dinner where the topic was “Being X in a world of Y”

In discussion with Gabrielle Johannes about Girl Geek Dinners are Nawaal Jacobs, Robyn van Dam and Caera Mullins.’

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High School Band Slam – 10th May 2016

Recently Winberg Girls’ High participated in the High School Band Slam at the V&A Waterfront. Since most of the musicians matriculated last year, we have had to start our band from scratch. In discussion with Rebekah Nathan about the Jazz Band and this High School competition are Zoe Hove, Sonya Stock, Rebecca Bredekamp, Shannon Prentice, Sasha Petersen, Monique Harrison.

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Reflections on the Matric Dance and Fashion Show – 15 April 2016

In discussion with Rebekah Nathan are Skye Simpson, Alice Bassett, Zayyaan Esau and Thimna Zondani. In this podcast, we include reflections on the recent Matric Dance and the Matric Fashion Show – an event organised for the rest of the school so that they too can share a little of the magic of this significant event.

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Matric Dance 2016 advice – 8 April 2016

In conversation with Rebekah Nathan about the delights and dilemmas of the Matric Dance are Kaylee Marshall, Alice Bassett and Skye Simpson.

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Disrupting Racism – 7 April 2016

History educator, Ms Gill Sutton, is in conversation with Ammaarah Jacobs, Yonela Mdaka, Imaan Mothupi, Sonwabise Sibaca Lelona Njobe and Monesha Maramwidze, who attended a meeting held by the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation on “Disrupting Racism”

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Violent attacks in Tokai Forest – 31 March 2016

Rebekah Nathan chairs as discussion about the recent violent attacks in Tokai Forest and Khayelitsha. In discussion with her are Kaylee Marshall, Chelsea Manoek, Stacey Goliath and Skye Simpson

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Grade 8 first term summation – 16 March 2016

Ms Orpen chats to some Grade 8’s about their first term of High School. Participating in the discussion are Pema de Wet, Caitlin Reddy, Kelly Blake, Mia Grace, Lara Marais and Juliette Lindup.

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Shackville campaign  at UCT campus – 07 March 2016

‘This week’s podcast is on the ongoing protests at UCT and other tertiary institutions. In discussion with Rebekah Nathan are Sade Allcock, Thandeka Chakanyuka and Leigh Botha.’

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Benefits of Debating 15 February 2016

Rebekah Nathan, Alice Bassett, Thandeka Chakanyuka and Stacey Goliath discuss the benefits of being members of the debating society.

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Countering Racism 02 February 2016

South Africa has been rocked by several incidents of racist comments which have sparked a storm of protest on Social Media. Wynberg Matrics discuss the importance of discussing the issue

Participants are Ms Orpen, Rebekah Nathan, Lara Harris, Tayla Pinto and Leigh Botha

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Grade 8 orientation 22 Jan 16

Rebekah Nathan (Head of Communication) is in conversation with Rachel du Plessis, Zarah Noordien, Faith April and Logan Crous about the Grade Eight Orientation and their first week at High School.

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Performances from some choirs at All Girls’ Schools choir festival. 11/12/15

Performances from some choirs at All Girls’ Schools choir festival

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Keith Richardson speech at the Valedictory and Prize Giving service. 04/12/15

The principal of WGHS introduces Keith Richardson as their guest speaker for the Valedictory and Prize Giving service.

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Project week with the Grade 8’s 19/11/2015

Ms Orpen discusses the Grade 8’s impressions and experiences of Project Week which took place at the end of the third term. For one week during the school day, Grade 8’s were invited to direct their own learning about anything that they were passionate about, and to work on a group project. Participating in the discussion are Hannah Guthrie, Erin Daries, Stephanie Newman, Alex Nicholson, Jenna Roman and Tali Sulcas.’

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Exam stress, anxiety and procrastination 13/11/2015

The girls are talking about the ways in which they procrastinate, how they deal with anxiety and stress, and ultimately arrive at some sound advice when coping with examinations. Girls participating in the podcast are Rebekah Nathan, Iman Choonara, Dana Arries and Meg Anderton.

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Feminist Society 06/11/2015

Wynberg Girls’ High School discuss the need for FemSoc in our school. On the panel are Rebekah Nathan, Caire van Tonder, Meg Anderson, Stephanie Cloete and Tayla Pinto’

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#Feesmustfall  28/10/2015

This podcast is about the topical issue of the #feesmustfall campaign. It covers some of the noteworthy aspects of the protests, the concept of free education and the way forward. It touches on the matter of outsourcing. The girls were Tayla Pinto, Rebekah Nathan, Sade Allcock, Zolisa Kapa and Aqila Regal.

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Head Prefect  07/10/2015

This is an interview with the new Head Prefect  Lara Harris for 2016.

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Wynberg Girls High School  07/10/2015

Wynberg Girls head of school interview.

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