The College is pleased to announce the appointmant of the following Pupil Leaders for the Period October 2013 to October 2014


  Boy Girl
Head Ryan Bulger Boitumelo Masipa
Deputy Daniel Medina Shannon Davies
House Captain: Benildus Troy Cafetzoglou Shivara Deepchand
House Captain: Charles Conner MacKenzie Robyn Pedlar
House Captain: Francis Bradley Kent Michaela Gerber

Chad Hawkins

Tanner Mukheiber

Zack Zornitta

Colette Butler

Robyn de Villiers

Jessica McDowell-Osler

Ashleigh Webber

Stephanie Williams

Courtney Zoghby



Bradley Kent

Robyn Pedlar

Cheerleading Shivara Deepchand
Cricket Conner MacKenzie
Cross Country Robyn Pedlar
Hockey Boitumelo Masipa
Netball Jessica McDowell-Osler
Rugby Ryan Bulger

Scott Hamilton

Shinead Chadinha


Troy Cafetzoglou

Shannon Davies



Jessica Millar

Landile Andries

Debating Alexandra Maree

Colette Butler

Landile Andries

First Aid Shivara Deepchand
Public Speaking Daniel Parschau
Outreach Ashleigh Webber
Lasallian Youth

Daniel Medina

Lauren Das Neves


Art Club

Boitumelo Masipa

Ashleigh Webber

Environment Joy Staples
Fundraising Kiara Jenkins

Aidan Gainsford

Stephanie de Sousa

Media & Library Natacha Martins
Spirit & Unity

Riley Maher

Stephanie Williams


Grade 10 Soweto Tour 2014 

 Seven taxis came to De La Salle Holy Cross College with tour guides on 28th February 2014. We grouped up in groups of about 10 or more students. We left school and headed for the FNB stadium. In the taxi, my tour guide explained the hand signs and the history of taxi’s.  After being at the stadium, we went to Regina Mundi church.

At the church, we learnt the history of it and how it was a safe place for the people during apartheid. We learnt about different things and facts in the Church, like the stained glass windows and the black Madonna. We also visited the photography exhibition, which was very meaningful and touching.

We left the Church and headed off to Mama Lulu’s Day Care centre. This was such an awesome experience because the children were so cute. At the beginning, we were introduced to the helpers and then the children sang songs to us. We spent about thirty minutes there, playing with the children and babies, as well as taking pictures.

After the Day Care, we went to see where Nelson Mandela lived. Thereafter, the next stop was The Shack, where we ate lunch. This was a very cool experience – a shebeen. There was an acapella group and three men who were double jointed, entertained us.

We went to the Hector Pieterson Museum – which was a life-changing experience. It was emotional hearing the stories and watching video clips of what happened in the 1976 uprising, and listening to what people had to say about the day.

We visited a Sangoma at the Baragwanath Market place and some people who were selling cow heads. We witnessed many formal and informal businesses in Soweto.

It was a great experience for the Grade 10s.

-        Jenna Ried 



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