St John's College is proud to present the school leadership for 2021.
Mr Stuart West, Executive Headmaster, proudly announced the school leadership at the Upper V Speech Day.
Head of School: Sazi Bongwe
Second Prefect: Alex Sittman
Head of Nash: Thendo Ligudu
Head of Hill: Zwelakhe Vundla
Head of Clayton: Luke Heurlin
Head of Thomson: James Gordon
Head of Alston: Michael de Gouveia
Head of Clarke: Keshav Rayment
Head of Hodgson: Brett Peters
Head of Fleming: Lubabalo Dlwathi
Custos: Adam Gear
Student Affairs: Kgosi'tsile Mashugane
Head of Runge: Eli Osei
Deputy Head of Runge: Talia Reddy
Student Affairs Runge: Daphne Mavindidze
We congratulate these young men and women and wish them all the best as they step into their roles and lead the St John’s College students into 2021.
“Being Head of School is an opportunity to foster a space of inclusivity, belonging and growth. St Johns College has been that for me, and my biggest hope is that I can use this position to facilitate the same in return.” - Sazi Bongwe, Head of School
“I believe that a good Johannian leaves St Johns a better place than how he found it. For me, the best way to achieve this is by becoming Second Prefect and, in doing so, change the school and the people in it for the better.’ - Alex Sittmann, Second Prefect
"No group of individuals exists in isolation. As a leadership body, we recognise that we are in a unique position to create positive change and we thank the school, our peers and particularly Mme Byrne and Mr Emant for entrusting us with that. Moreover, we understand that we are mandated to serve not just St John’s but the wider community as a whole. In saying that, we hope to create a welcoming environment and leave a lasting legacy both inside and outside of the school. The LVIs of 2020 are some of the most wonderful people out there and nothing is more exciting than the opportunity to work with them and make a difference." - Eli Osei, Head of Runge