Conversation with Mr. Roy Hellenberg – 4th November 2016

rondeboschschool5Seth Kriger (Grade 10) in conversation with Mr. Roy Hellenberg on his recent visit to RBHS, faciltating dialogue among among Cape Town based school principals and leaders. The conference addressed issues concerning transformation, diversity and how we build more inclusive schools in South Africa. Mr Hellenberg is a former RBHS history teacher, Head of Department and Mason Housemaster. He is currently Deputy Headmaster at Durban High School.

 

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Caster Semenya – 29th August 2016

podcast logoIn 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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Federation World Championships – 29th August 2016

rondeboschschool5Podradio interview with Grade 12 student, newly selected Team Captain Jessie Joubert, who will be leading the SA Team at the international e-Sports (electronic Sports) Federation World Championships, to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia in October 2016.

 

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Discussion with Dr. Mamphela Ramphele – 29th July 2016

 

podcast logoIn 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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Matric Dance 2016 Advice – 8 April 2016

podcast logo 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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