The 9th class visiting the V&A Waterfront.
(L to R): Chef Nicolene, Khanyisa Makafi, Nicole Theunissen, Nozuko Dike, Zanele Mdokwana, Palesa Ramokhabi, Khungiswa Mini, Sweetness Fana, Jane Gqozo, Nkosikho Mrawuli, Chef Khululani, Zolani Saki
Top row: Thembalethu Nomandi, Rimeesh Abdeen, Wiseman Mili, Unathi Tombela, Thandolwethu Pungulwa, Godfrey Gonya. Bottom row: Luxolo Dweba, Akhona Potwana, Ayandisa Lindi, Siziwe Thoti, Tammy-Lee Bird, Nomvula Chiliwe, Cheryl Rosi.
(L to R): Yanga Songca, Muneeb Fortune, Thembakazi Dliwani, Ndibulele Hloboni, Mashudu Mamuthamani, Mzolisi Ratego (behind), Demetri Dollie, Marco Thornton, Candice Constable, Nathi Nyila, Kholeka Besani
(L to R): Fundiswa Nxiba, Nosipho Mbidiyani, Mzwamadoda Gqobo, Lindy Mangaliso, Lubabalo Masekelma, Melissa Harry, Natashia Grootboom, Nathan Fredericks, Shamiela Harribi, Thabang Ramokhabi, Chadley Engle, Ncedile Vusani, Selby Sikoti
(L to R): Aidebell Van Niekerk, Linda Qavane, Rolene Swartz, Abongile Ngubenkomo, Masixole Manzana, Thobani Sokani, Mogamet Jacobs, Thabo Khonziswa, Anele Ngqeku, Sonwabile Mungeka, Verna Bell, Thandokazi Mathimba
Good things come in small packages. Our smallest graduating class ever produced some real stars.
Members from our 2nd class are working from Cape Town to Johannesburg to a game lodge in the bush. One even went on to become a registered nurse, Nandipha Kolobile.
It all started here . . .