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Women's Day treat for top matric girls

14 August 2018
Top girl learners from high schools in Kouga received a special Women's Day treat from Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks yesterday.  The 20 girls joined the Mayor for a breakfast session at J'Bay Bru Co. The morning's programme also included a self-defense class by Bruwer Conradie and an interactive talk on harnessing one's inner leadership qualities by Usha Jevan. Among the girls in attendance were (from left) Nico Malan’s Casey Adendorff (17) and Nina Gerber (17), Jeffreys Bay Comprehensive High School’s Andiswa Liwani (17) and Athini Diamonds (19), Sky Glanville (16) and Amber Bloom (18) from Global Leadership Academy and Jamie Matthys (18) and Awonke Jumba (18) from J’Bay Academy. Hankey Secondary joined the session as well.

Top girl learners from high schools in Kouga received a special Women's Day treat from Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks yesterday. The 20 girls joined the Mayor for a breakfast session at J'Bay Bru Co. The morning's programme also included a self-defense class by Bruwer Conradie and an interactive talk on harnessing one's inner leadership qualities by Usha Jevan. Among the girls in attendance were (from left) Nico Malan’s Casey Adendorff (17) and Nina Gerber (17), Jeffreys Bay Comprehensive High School’s Andiswa Liwani (17) and Athini Diamonds (19), Sky Glanville (16) and Amber Bloom (18) from Global Leadership Academy and Jamie Matthys (18) and Awonke Jumba (18) from J’Bay Academy. Hankey Secondary joined the session as well.

Bruwer Conradie shows Awonke Jumba how to fend off a knife attack.

Bruwer Conradie shows Awonke Jumba how to fend off a knife attack.

The matric girls listen attentively to Usha Jevan at the interactive session on harnessing their inner leadership abilities.

The matric girls listen attentively to Usha Jevan at the interactive session on harnessing their inner leadership abilities.