The Advancement Office at St John's College presents their Trinity Term 2021 newsletter, highlighting key projects and thanking our donors for their unfailing support and commitment.
Welcome to the July edition of College Classifieds. College Classifieds is our digital publication that offers the St John's community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
"The old saying goes; ‘it never rains but it pours.’ This is a sentiment we can all relate to, given the current state of our nation," writes The Revd Fr Thapelo Masemola, Chaplain at St John's College
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"These days it is difficult to find words to describe our feelings – we seem to have used them all up. The floundering for explanations and consolations since COVID-19 hit near the beginning of last year has accrued a vast agglomeration of perceptions and opinions – and not all of them are valuable or true," writes The Revd Dr Jeremy Jacobs
Nick Rodda, Mathematics teacher and Head of Swimming at St John’s College, has been selected as part of the National Men’s Water Polo team heading to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Today, we celebrate #YouthDay and pay tribute to the students who marched on 16 June 1976, and the role that the youth has played in the liberation of South Africa.
Welcome to VITA, featuring the best of St John’s College - the old and the new.
Garreth Ewing, Head Hockey Coach at St John’s College, is also the Head Coach for the South African Men’s Hockey team who will be making their way to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Welcome to the April edition of College Classifieds. College Classifieds is our digital publication that offers the St John's community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
Today we celebrate Africa Day. Africa Day was first celebrated on 25 May 1963 when the leaders of 32 African nations gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to form the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). On 25 May 2001, after 38 years, the OAU was replaced by the African Union, which celebrates its 19th anniversary this year.
We must all exercise self-control and selflessness as South Africa approaches a third wave, writes Sister Nomathemba Mabaso, School Nurse at St John’s College.