From Our Shining Stars

Newsletter – July 2021

Rob Legh with our Patron, Justice Edwin Cameron (former Constitutional Court judge) Robert Legh It was with very great sadness that we learnt that, after a protracted stay in ICU, [...]

AEC Matric Results 2020

Despite all the challenges of last year with the lockdown and limited schooling, our AEC bursars’ results were to be celebrated with a 100% pass rate and a number of [...]

Covid-19 Relief Fund

The AEC has initiated a Covid-19 Relief Fund project for some of our very needy pupils’ families in Alexandra. We have received donations of about over R625 000, and are [...]

Alexandra Education Trust Video

We are creating awareness about the wonderful and impactful work that we are doing at the Alexandra Education Trust. https://youtu.be/R1pCdvkfa2I

2019 Matric Results

We are delighted to share with you the following 2019 matric results: We achieved a 100% pass rate in the IEB and NSC matric exams. Moreover, 36 of [...]

Handing over the Baton

Nicholas Banda, the outgoing Head Boy of SSB, congratulates the new Head Boy, Katlego Mbonami, on his appointment, while Mr Channon proudly joins in! To add to the celebrations, Teboho [...]

Grade 7 Final Saturday School

Our 176 grade 7s finished their year of  Saturday School Maths and English lessons on a high, enjoying an entrepreneurship programme, kind courtesy of Banango Traders who ran the programme [...]

Awards

Nicholas Banda was the top achiever at the SSB prize-giving, collecting some impressive silverware in the process. At the AEC prize-giving, he was the top boy achiever with Lusani Gumula [...]

We, the people of South Africa, have journeyed far since the long lines of our first democratic election on 27 April 1994, when we elected a government for us all.

Now in 2030 we live in a countrywhich we have remade. Therefore, in 2030, we experience daily how: We participate fully in efforts to liberate ourselves from conditions that hinder the flowering of our talents.

We all see to it and assist so that all life’s enablers are available in a humane way.

We all have actively set out to change our lives in ways which also benefit the broader.

We all assist the institutions we have creatively redesigned to meet our varied needs; we reach out across communities to strengthen our resolve to live with honesty, to be set against corruption and dehumanising actions.

We know that those to whom we have given the privilege to govern our land, do so on our behalf and for the benefit of all the people.

We say to one another: I cannot be without you, without you this South African community is an incomplete community, without one single person, without one single group, without the region or the continent, we are not the best that we can be.

We acknowledge that each and every one of us is intimately and inextricably of this earth with its beauty and life-giving sources; that our lives on earth are both enriched and complicated by what we have contributed to its condition.

South Africa belongs to all its peoples.

Now, in 2030, our story keeps growing as if spring is always with us.

Once, we uttered the dream of a rainbow. Now we see it, living it. It does not curve over the sky.

It is refracted in each one of us at home, in the community, in the city, and across the land, in an abundance of colour.

When we see it in the faces of our children, we know: there will always be, for us, a worthy future.

Alumnus of the Month

Dalisu Jwara

Dalisu Jwara

Dalisu matriculated in 2010 from Highlands North Boys and proceeded to the University of Cape Town (UCT) where he received a business science degree. He began an organization called Amadoda at UCT, which aims to provide excellent male role models to poor children and those living in townships. For his efforts, he was asked to be a Panel Advisory Member of the Queen of England’s Young Leader Awards. Dalisu experienced many challenges including the death of his parents when he was five years old. But a fire deep within Dalisu resulted in his soaring to greater heights, notably with the assistance of the AEC. Today, he works as a business analyst at The Weir Group in Scotland. He intends returning to South Africa with his added work and life skills.