St John's College conceptualises an installation that requires the viewer, quite literally, to place their feet in Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's shoes.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Sandile Sibeko (OJ Nash) on Saturday 23 January 2021.
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital was among the first of South Africa’s public hospitals to prepare itself to admit pregnant women with Covid-19, rewriting the neonatal rulebook in the process. Vita talked to OJ (Alston, 2003), Dr Robin Saggers, Paediatrician and Neonatology Fellow at Charlotte Maxeke.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Jake Visser (Remove, Clarke) on Wednesday 21 January 2021.
As the Department of Basic Education delays the reopening of schools for the 2021 academic year in the face of the second wave of the pandemic, Irene Basson, Director of IT: Teaching & Learning tells us how the St John's College classrooms moved online within 48 hours in 2020.
St John’s College presents the traditional Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, telling the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus in nine Bible readings with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir anthems.
The LIV boys got to enjoy #JoziYethu, a magnificent programme designed to teach the 21st Century skills that involve critical thinking, inspire curiosity, adventure, exploration and creativity.
Welcome to the last edition of the College Classifieds for 2020. College Classifieds is our digital publication that offers the St John's community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
St John's College says farewell to Mr Mongwe who retires after 32 years of dedicated service, returning to his hometown of Tzaneen to take up farming.
Mrs Agnes Nugent, Head of the St John's College Academy and co-ordinator of the Centenary Scholarship programme, retires.
VITA, the long-standing St John’s community publication, is back after a brief hiatus – now in a new, digital interactive format.
St John’s College not only remembered the Old Johannians who died in World War I and World War II this Remembrance Day, but also those who died in South Africa’s Liberation Struggle, the prisoners of conscience and for all the faithful departed.