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Term 2 2018 NGEZI (Zimplats) Africa Day Flashback!. A look back in pictures of the 7th Africa Day awareness and consciousness event about the state of affairs on the continent, its people with self-determination to be liberated economically on opportunities and challenges for sustainable regional growth within #Africa! Thanks to all our amazing Speakers, Guests,zi Pareimplats) and pupils who participated and supported this amazing Event!.

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Fun painting and decorating the friendly man with the red coat

Registration for 2018 in progress limited places available

We having a family social..please contact the school on 0772364446.

Calling on all progressive comrades to vote for ZINASU and President Tawanda Vhudzijena. Thank you for your support.

I am sad to announce that Bernard Bossy (b. 16th October, 1956) lost his battle with cancer, and passed away peacefully today, Sunday August 9th, at midday, in Durban. Bernard attended both Ellis Robins and Prince Edward High Schools in Salisbury. He attested with the B.S.A.P in 1975, completed three years, left for 6 months, and then at the end of 1978 re-attested with the Force. He left as a D.S.O., Special Branch, in St. Mary s Township, Salisbury. He wrote to me a couple of weeks ago and said that the B.S.A.P. was the best time of his life, and that he would have stayed for 20 years if things were different. Bernard is pictured here with his son, Mike (a pilot with King Shaka Aviation). Bernard is survived by Mike and his wife, Margaret.