Alumni Profile of Izimangaliso Surprise Malatjie.
I started at Tsogo High School in 1986 (Grade 7, Std. 5 then) and left after grade 9 in 1988. Prior to that I attended Molapo Primary in Ga-Rankuwa Zone 2.
I hold a B.Tech in Cost Accounting from Technikon Pretoria and a MBA from Tshwane University of Technology.
Currently, I am a Director in Finance at the National School of Government. My job entails budgeting, forecasting, analysis & interpretation of financial statements, monthly & annual reporting. Training on financial statements.
I am married with 3 kids and I am currently studying towards a D. Tech in Business Administration at TUT.
I am also a motivational speaker and I mentor young girls. I have a personal project where I put a girl child through tertiary every year. So far I have put through 4 in total. Two of them have completed their studies and the other two are still studying.
Below are the Matric Results for Tsogo Secondary school for the year 2013. The information has been gathered from multiple sources and is referenced as such. Congratulations to all the Matriculants. Honourable mention for Lebogang Ngubeni who obtained 6 Distinctions.
Disclaimer: We have tried to make all the information as accurate as possible given our sources, if we have made a mistake please contact us.
Tsogo Secondary had a total of 123 learners write the NSC exam. 120 passed. Of those who passed, 73(+8 from 2012) Obtained pass with Admission to Bachelor Degree , 39(+7) with Admission to Diploma and 8(-1) with Admission to Higher Certificate.
He was a Giant amongst Men and in this way I Salute Him each and every second because of the Man he was, The Man who took History in his hands, He was indeed the True meaning of Compassion
Robala ka Kagiso
Ntate Nelson Rolihlahla “Madiba” Mandela
- Keamogetswe Milanzi (Tsogo 2006)
Tata o ikhuditse. Ditiro tsa gagwe di ile go ba le rona forever and ever.
- Noosie Petlele (Tsogo 1978)
Tsogo Scholars/Alumni: If you would like to leave a tribute/message for Nelson Mandela, you can do so here -> http://bit.ly/18nSc0f
Exclusive for Tsogo Students:
Win a Blackberry or a Digital Camera
Prior to returning home in September, US Peace Corps Volunteers Gary and Merideth Gaffney are raffling off their mountain bikes to children here in Mmakau. They are donating their bikes and using funds from selling raffle tickets to purchase additional bicycles which will be added to the raffle. The goal of the project is to raise enough funds through raffle sales and various donations to distribute fifteen (15) or more new mountain bikes to children in Mmakau who would otherwise never have a bicycle of their own.
Raffle tickets cost R10 with sales ending Friday August 16th, the raffle drawing occurring Wednesday August 21st at 14H30 at Mmakau Moemise Primary School, and bikes distributed to the lucky winners following week. All funds raised will go to purchasing bikes. Each 85 raffle tickets will add another bike to the raffle.
Community service is one of the principles of Tsogo Secondary School. Participation by Tsogo learners in the Mmakau Bike Raffle is a form of community service that will comply with this tenet of your Tsogo education.
Tsogo students can purchase tickets for the Mmakau Bike Raffle from the school committee selling the tickets. These tickets will be included into the bike raffle in the name of village children who cannot afford to purchase tickets for themselves. When 200 or more raffle tickets have been bought by Tsogo learners, these tickets will be put into a special Tsogo-only raffle of a Blackberry. If the number of Tsogo tickets exceeds 400, a Canon digital camera will also be raffled to the Tsogo participants. If 600 or more tickets are purchased, a secret but very attractive third prize will be added.
Please consider buying one or more raffle tickets so that a deserving child here in Mmakau might have a bike to ride. It will make you feel good and help the community. And you might just win a Blackberry or digital camera!
For more information or to donate to add more bikes to the raffle, please contact Gary Gaffney at 083-683-4203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Profile of Dr. Hendrietta M. Molamu
I started at Tsogo High School in 1979 and finished in 1980. Prior to that I attended a number of other institutions. First Lekgalong Primary, then Kgaugelo Higher Primary, after Ga-Rankuwa High School (aka Top – closed during student riots of the 1970s)
After finishing High School, I completed a MBCHB degree at the Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA), now known as a campus of the University of Limpopo. I work and run a primary health care centre known as Wisani Medical Center. I started the centre with my husband and partner, Dr VG Marivate, in 1995. Health services are offered for Ga-Rankuwa and other surrounding communities. Continue reading