A tie for the Bee spelling competition

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The first price winners are classmates,Karabo Mmotlana (left) and Ning Mohale (right) with Mr Tony Nyatlo(left brown jacket), the Marketing Director of Gozone Water

 

 Gozone Water in collaboration with Ratshepo High School, Makgetse High School,  Skhululekile Secondary School, and PH Moraka High School,  hosted a Bee spelling competition with the aim to improve learners vocabulary.

The contest took place at P.H Moraka High school Hall in Temba Unit D, Hammanskraal today.

Eight learners were given the opportunity to showcase their vocabulary in front of their fellow learners, teachers, and stakeholders from Gozone water.

Mukumbi Steven of Makgetse Secondary obtained the second position

Despite all the pressure, the learners managed to compete against each other to a point that it left the judges in a difficult situation to can select the winner.

In the last round, four competitors were eliminated resulting in two Skhululekile pupils, Mohale Ning (15) and Motlana karabo (15) sharing position one, with the reward of R6000, certificates and a big trophy.

Makgetse High School obtained the second position represented by Mukumbi Steven, with the prize of R4000, a trophy and a certificate.

Puseletso Naka, who represented Ratshepo High School, obtained position three with the reward of R3000.

The fourth position was obtained by P.H Moraka High school with the prize of R2000, certificate and a trophy.

Puseletso Naka, of Ratshepo High School obtained the third position

Mr Tony Nyatlo, the Marketing Director of Gozone Water, said he was motivated to host the spelling contents in Hammanskraal to help children to improve their vocabulary.

“I was born and raised here in Hammanskraal and this is the first competition that we are hosting this year, and if things go according to our plan it could be an annual thing.

“I have been in education for 29 years and retired in 2013. There is a say that says once a teacher always a teacher,” said Mr Nyatlo.

He said this was also a way to give back the blessing from God by giving back to the community.

One of the first position winners, Ms Ning Mohale, said she feels blessed and honored. “To have shared this position with my friend Karabo Mmotlana, shows that the hard work we have put in practicing difficult words has paid off.

“Even though the journey was difficult, I am happy that we have won,” she said.