Tsogo Alumni Society

Tsogo High/Secondary School Alumni – NPO Registration No.053-952-NPO

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Tsogo Alumni: A final Message for 2010, A great beginning for 2011

Dear Fellow Alumni and Current Tsogo Learners

Allow us to wish you the best as you wrap up 2010. We also wish the Matrics the best of luck with their results. We hope their hard work has paid off. For all of those who have graduated in 2010 and have now moved on to the next stage in their lives we also wish them luck in their coming adventures. To all Alumni we wish that 2010 was what you expected it to be but we compel you to look forward to 2011 as a year when you yourself will surpass your own expectations.

As the Tsogo Directory Team, let us be first to say that this has been a great year. We grew our reach to Alumni as well as collaborated well with the Alumni Society. We wish to encourage all alumni to look for a space where they can fit in within the Alumni Society. The current executive committee of the Alumni Society is made up of:

  • Chairperson:  Ms. Motlalepula Phakedi
  • Deputy Chairperson: Mr. Pono Mogoera
  • Treasurer:  Mr. Malebo Chadi
  • SecretaryMr. Thabo Ncalo
  • Events Co-coordinators:  Mr. Botshelo Letswalo &  Mr. Kabelo Modikwe
  • Project Co-ordinators:  Mr. Moses Mokgoko  &  Mr. Prince Kotu
  • Additional Exec Member:  Ms. Thabiso Mokwena

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October Editorial: We move on Forward

Attend Homecoming 2010

Attend Homecoming 2010

It’s already October! Time flies, and for many of our current learners it means their Matric exam finals are almost here… We wish every Grade 12 learner luck in their exams and hope for great results early next year. For a number of our alumni, their year-end final exams are also nearing and we wish them, too, the very best in their endeavours. This October is especially interesting as the Tsogo Alumni Society hosts their first Alumni Homecoming, which is the focus of this editorial.

Homecoming 2010

Alumni Homecoming 2010 is  an event for alumni to get back together, network, work and simultaneously express their support by giving back to Tsogo. Our theme for 2010 is School Renovation, but we envision a much broader scope for the Homecoming event in future. Some ideas that have been listed are:

  • Cleaning / renovating our school premises
  • Fundraisers
  • Sports
  • Cultural events
  • Assisting Mmakau & neighbouring communities

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Alumni Profile: Caroline Motloba (Tsogo 1996)

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Caroline Motloba (Tsogo 1996)

Alumni Profile of Caroline Motloba

I started at Tsogo in 1990 doing standard 5(Grade 7) with the Marrian Middle School and matriculated in 1996 (Grade 12) I did my primary school in Mothotlung (where I was born) at Mokoena Primary School. Later I went and studied Internal Auditing at Pretoria Technikon. This choice of career was driven by my love for finance subjects and money of course, but I then realized that they were not motive enough; so I changed my course and studied Marketing Management. The deal was also that then we were encouraged to opt for careers that would make us ‘rich’, but I then learnt that for one to succeed and excel in their career they need to go for what they are passionate about and that’s when they will get to make that money.

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Website Update

As a move towards a more user friendly website we are updating some things. We have now introduced a new template. It has a sidebar and will allow us to post more information on the site as well as manage it better.

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Alumni Profile: Thabo Ncalo (Tsogo 1997)

Thabo Ncalo (Tsogo 1997)

Alumni Profile of Thabo Ncalo

When did you start and finish at Tsogo?

I went across to Tsogo from Morekolodi Primary in 1992. At the time Grades 7 to 9 (Std. 5 to 7) were ‘under’ Marian Middle School – but it’s always been one Tsogo. The ‘middle’ school was just a Bophuthatswana government creation I guess. I finished my matric at Tsogo in 1997.

Where did you do your primary schooling? (name and place)

I did my primary school at Morekolodi Primary in Mmakau. At the time the school was under Sister Kieran. I started at Morekolodi in 1989.

What further education institutions did you attend? (name and place)

From Tsogo I went to the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg to pursue a degree in Commerce (Finance & Investments). I’ve also done other post grad courses and professional courses and exams.

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