It was a joyous day for Marifaan Primary School when Glencore Lydenburg Smelter officially handed over five classes to the school on November 11.
BURGERSFORT – Laerskool Burgersfort recently held its annual Arbor Day ceremony, which coincided with its Spring Day celebrations. Pupils from grades one to seven attended a short, detailed information session by Gustav Mallo about how to plant, fertilise and water a tree to get the best production. The children had an opportunity to enter a…
Hoërskool Lydenburg se gr. 12-leerlinge kon verlede Donderdag tydens hul prysuitdelingsfunksie die vrugte van hul harde werk pluk.
Ruach Burger was crowned Mr Hoërskool Lydenburg 2016, and Mar-Louise Fouché, Miss Hoërskool Lydenburg.
According to the principal, Ms Hilda Mamphoke, the school invited various professionals from different walks of life to share information with the children.
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More than 200 pupils entered the competition and 13 winners were selected.
As part of Arbor Week celebrations, the Lydenburg Smelter donated plants to local schools.
The problems that were identified were high traffic volumes on the R37 and R36 next to their school, not enough pavements, lack of visibility of traffic officials.
The men swapped their pants for kilts, Scotland’s national anthem was sung and the tables were decorated with the Scottish thistle and tartan fabric.
The streets of Lydenburg came to life on Friday morning during Hoërskool Lydenburg’s 2016 annual street carnival. Cars and a trucks were decorated for the special occasion.