After lunch at The Cavern you shouldn’t be surprised to hear the bar lady humming a beautiful tune or strains of Maskandi wafting down the passage from the kitchen.  Pot washer, Sakhile Nqubuka, sings bass in the Cavern Choir and loves to drown the noise of clattering pans with song. The Cavern Choir started many…

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“Let’s go make some music”, Justice Hakata beckons as a dozen teenagers spill out of the minibus.  They don’t need encouragement to follow him to the practice room. “You know the drill. Communicate with one another and build on your performance from last week.” Justice gets the beat going on a Djembe drum and soon…

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Many South Africans dread the thought of breaking down on the side of the road.  Not Con Roux, Commercial Manager of N3TC since 2002. “Some of my most memorable experiences have been when plans go awry,” he smiles. He remembers the day his tyre punctured on a dirt road beyond Mooi River after he had…

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“Understanding Maths will help you with all other subjects and in life,” Gift Zwezwe tells his Grade 12 learners. “Even if you want to be a professional soccer player, it will be useful. When Ronaldo takes a shot, he needs to understand the angles and work out the best option before he shoots.  That’s geometry.”…

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The top ten Grade 12 students at Shea O’Connor School in Nottingham Road are well set to be part of the 4th Industrial Revolution.  The digital age is all they have known, they are completely comfortable with computer technology and expect classrooms to be equipped with Smart-boards. When internet connection is available, the first thing…

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