Thinking About our Future – 24th October 2017

podcast logoTamiya Safodien, Bella Draper, Laila Manie and Kezra Cairns discuss their futures in this week’s podcast.

 

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What Every Girl Needs to Know… – 24th October 2017

stellenbergWhat every Girl needs to know. Mr Maree talks to some cool dudes about dating and girls and stuff. Vital information for the fairer sex.

 

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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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Xenophobia – 5th June 2016

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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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FEES MUST FALL – THE DEBATE – 10th October 2016

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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

podcast logoOn 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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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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Sexism in the Olympic Media Reporting – 24th August 2016

podcast logoWith 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

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

podcast logoIn 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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