Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High matric pupil, Ronelle Ambrose (17), was awarded one of two bursaries from Creative Arts College at the 2018 Art in the Park. She submitted an oil painting on canvas; a picture of herself when she was in primary school. The bursary is for a year-long course in Graphic...Read More
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Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High pupils and staff participated in the annual Reach For A Dream fundraising initiative, Slipper Day. There were all kinds of shapes and sizes of slippers throughout the school. Having fun in their slippers are on the photo above (from left) Danaé Morrision, Amahle Radebe, Tianne Lutchman and Ida...Read More
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School Hindu Students Society recently held their annual cultural evening. This year Riona Rajkumar, Mrs India South Africa 2015, was the guest speaker. The evening was filled with interesting Indian dance by GHS pupils together with live music by members of HSS. The evening ended with an eastern wear fashion show. Looking radiant in their outfits are on the photo above, (from left) Rhea Nana, Lakesha Jagesar, Shyra Naicker, Narishka Sewraj and Kaycl...Read More
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School peer counsellors held their annual awareness week at school. The theme for 2018 was ‘I Am Human’ with each day having a subtheme of a form of discrimination; gender and sexuality, religion and beliefs, disability, race and culture and socio-economic class. Various discussions and debates were held with these themes in mind. On Thursday they were fortunate to have GHS old girl Dr Nomusa Shezi, the first black neurosurgeon in KwaZulu-Natal, as their guest speaker. She gave the pupils an inspiring talk about rising above the obstacles and discrimination and help contribute to changing. At...Read More
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School’s canoeist Melonie Croeser bagged gold medals in all nine races and was awarded the u14 Girls’ Victrix Ludorum at the KwaZulu-Natal Sprint Championships. She came first in the 200m, K1500m, K1200m K2 and 500m K2....Read More
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Gedagte vir die week
God sal die pad aandui
Na die dood van Josua het die Israeliete die Here geraadpleeg – Rigters 1:1
Josua was ‘n lojale en toegewyde dienskneg van God; ‘n wyse en gerespekteerde leier van sy volk. Dit volg dan vanselfsprekend dat die volk met sy dood verward en verlore gevoel het.
Dis die gevolg wanneer jy moet afskeid neem van iemand op wie jy jou vertroue in ‘n besondere mate geplaas het. Gewoonlik is die eerste vraag wat gevra word: “Wat staan ons nou te doen? Na wie toe kan ons draai?”
Indien jy jou in sulke omstandighede bevind, moenie in eie krag probeer voortgaan nie. Volg die Israeliete se voorbeeld en soek die Heiland se hulp en leiding. Hy alleen wil en kan jou lei op Sy pad van geregtigheid, en jou die vermoë gee om elke situasie te hanteer en gemoedsrus te hê wat alle vrees verdryf.
Verlosser, in elke omstandigheid van my lewe sal ek vertroosting en leiding by U alleen soek. Amen.