Tag Archives: Scholarship

2017 Awards Ceremony at Bloubergrant High School


Bloubergrant invited Simbulele Mgengo a Grade 10 Student of their faculty to their annual Awards ceremony. Bloubergrant High School’s slogan is “To lead with Integrity” and that was exactly what Simbulele did. She received the first award for her participation in the Representative Council of Learners (RCL). You can read more about this in the […]

A Generous contribution towards supporting Simbulele with her Computer studies!


We have been fortunate to have received a Laptop donation that has been handed over to Simbulele to help her with her computer studies. She was surprised and also very proud to switch on the laptop for the first time. The first thing that she wanted to “google” was the Blog post updates about her […]

Some great news for the first term of Simbulele’s progress as official RCL leader.


As the pressure has been set forward, Simbulele has certainly proved that she is Capable of taking on this big role. With an astounding report card for term 1 we are proud to say… Simbulele you are a real role model for the future generation of Sophakama Primary school. As Simbulele aspires that she wants […]

Simbulele Pre-award Celebration


As the year comes to an end and exam pressure are near, “Great news are on the horizon” Simbulele was chosen among Bloubergrandt’s students to attend an annual award ceremony. This gives the students a chance to celebrate their achievements and receive a certificate according to their performance. Simbulele has been fortunate to have been […]

Simbulele finding inspiration on a school project at ROGZ.


Last week Simbulele conducted two interview sessions which stretched over two afternoons, the topics were as follows: How Union rights came about and what the benefits of a Union could have on a company. The impact on the Community during apartheid. It was an insightful session as Whele, Sonia and André eagerly shared their experience […]

Simbulele Bursary


Simbulele Mgengo was born in 2002 in the Eastern Cape in a village of Mhlopekazi. At the age of 2 she lost her mom and her father was forced to relocate to the Western Cape, making the Dunoon Township their new home. True to Simbulele’s character, she embraced what life brought her way and made […]