JCP 2009 and mentors acknowledged

Posted on February 26, 2010

Students enrolled for the Community-Based Project Module during 2009 (JCP) as well as their mentors were acknowledged during the first contact session of 2010 for their hard work and positive attitude.  More than 58% of the students of 2009 got a distrinction in the module and the attitudes of the 2009 students were so positive that it was a very difficult task to identify projects and students that went the extra mile.   


They are - in no random order:


Prof Roelf Sandenbergh (Dean of the Faculty)



The Victory House Project

The Dasha School Project

The Echo House Project

Bramley Children’s Home

Rendani Tshotheli – Thoho-ya-Ndou project for best leader of a project

Tshikondeni Mines Project

Zoo Seals 2 project

Charlotte Childrens Home Project

Career Guidance Project

Tshwane Hospital Website


Highest marks

Mr Darryl Christie

Mr Glenn Guthrie

Mr Hendrik van Niekerk



Willemien Jacobs

Hendrik Venter

Esme Haggard

John Sihlangu

Thiusi Koketso

NSA makhubela

RT Maluleke

Kelly Watson

JCO Nkuna

MP Malomane

AR Mayenetja

Timothy Page-Green

Melissa Malan

Victor Mokwena

Lifa Madalane

Eric Mohlatlola

Edwin Ngobeni

Immanuel Matsebele

Sula Ntsaluba

Innocentia Boshomane

Laurika du Plessis

Stanley Tack

Horisane Marivate

Christina Mmphiwe

Maria Michael

Elzaan Behrens

Meghan van Wouw

Mokgethwa Tshwane

Sikumbuzo Mgwenya

Samuel Voyi

Duncan Mhlanga

James Wonga

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