Mary Burton – Woman’s Day – 12th October 2017

rondeboschschool5RBHS Invited Mary Burton, a liberation struggle activist and member of the Black Sash movement to speak to us about Woman’s day and she shares some interesting and thoughtful insights into the fight for Woman’s and Human rights in South Africa.

 

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Positive Friends – 1st October 2017

podcast logoIn 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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WGHS world tour 2017 – 31st July 2017

podcast logoIn 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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Underwater Hockey – 26th July 2017

rondeboschschool5Kayla Currie-Gamwo from Rustenberg Girls’ High School and Christiaan Swanevelder from Rondebosh Boys’ High School chat about Underwater Hockey and the Klein Kalfie Training Camps that prepare players for Springbok trials.

 

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RBHS host’s Helen Zille. Part 4: Controversial tweet on colonialism – 29th May 2017

rondeboschschool5This week, the “History & current affairs society” hosted Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille. Members of the audience had an opportunity to ask her some probing questions. Here is her answers to 4 very interesting questions that were asked.

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RBHS host’s Helen Zille. Part 3: Cosatu has abandoned JZ – 29th May 2017

rondeboschschool5This week, the “History & current affairs society” hosted Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille. Members of the audience had an opportunity to ask her some probing questions. Here is her answers to 4 very interesting questions that were asked.

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RBHS host’s Helen Zille. Part 2: Importance of a secret ballot. – 29th May 2017

rondeboschschool5This week, the “History & current affairs society” hosted Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille. Members of the audience had an opportunity to ask her some probing questions. Here is her answers to 4 very interesting questions that were asked.

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RBHS host’s Helen Zille. Part 1: CT water crisis – 29th May 2017

rondeboschschool5This week, the “History & current affairs society” hosted Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille. Members of the audience had an opportunity to ask her some probing questions. Here is her answers to 4 very interesting questions that were asked.

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How WBHS are Dealing with the Water Crisis – 23rd May 2016

school1This week, Campbell Egan-Fowler talks to Mr De Waal about how the school is  dealing with the water crisis, as well as other eco-friendly initiatives.

 

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Organising the Matric Dance – 10th May 2017

podcast logoThe 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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