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Ndawonye Primary School Choir Excels

The Ndawonye Primary School Choir Excels Once More – The Ndawonye Primary School Choir has sung their way through to the provincial competition, keeping Mkhondo’s flag flying high all the way.

The school choir of the Ndawonye Primary School performed very well during the circuit level as well as the regional level of the choir competitions. The competition on circuit level was held at Nqubeko High school (Eziphunzini). That is where the journey for the Ndawonye choir started. They competed against various choirs within the Mkhondo circuit (including Amsterdam) and Ndawonye’s choir managed to take first position with all five songs rendered! They then continued to regional level where they competed at Ermelo (Cassim Park) on the 15th of May 2016.

The competition was relatively tough at this level but yet again they managed The excellent Ndawonye Primary School’s Choir with proud Conductor Ms T. Ndlovu and their trophies to clinch first position in all of their five songs. The choir will now be moving on to compete at provincial level on the 29th of May 2016 at Graceland (Secunda) where they will be representing the Gert Sibande region.

Judged by their previous performances, these young voices (groomed and conducted by Mrs T. Ndlovu) are bound to bring home many trophies. Mrs T. Ndlovu, together with her music committee stated that they wished to thank the SGB, Principal and staff members for their continued support. Parents of these immaculate choristers were thanked for encouraging them to attend rehearsals even beyond school hours and school holidays. She further wished her choral team the best of luck for the upcoming competition. Congratulations Ndawonye School Choir! Keep up the standard and bring home those trophies!


3 June 2018

Qhubekani choirs excel

Qhubekani choirs excel
The boys’ choir with their conductor, Ms T.M. Mamba

This weekend, the boys’ choir of Qhubekani Primary School will be competing at a provincial choir competition in Emalahleni (Witbank). Both the boys’– and junior choir of the school competed in the subdistrict and district levels of the competition on 27 February and 11 May respectively.

Both Qhubekani choirs were the overall winners of the categories they competed in. In the sub-district competition, which took place in Volksrust, the junior choir (grade R to grade 2 learners) achieved first place with both of their songs.

In the district competition, which was held in Ermelo, they were placed first with one of their songs, and came first overall. There are no further competitions for this choir.

Qhubekani
The junior choir with their conductor, Ms S.I. Mhlanga (left) and an assistant, Ms T.P. Mhlanga (right)

The boys choir (grade 3 and grade 4 learners) were placed first with both of their songs and will now compete at provincial level – congratulations! Good luck to the choir with your final preparations for the competition, which will take place on Sunday, 27 May.

 

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