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Adding some fresh colour to the Entreprenuership Centre

23 Sep 2011 in

The paint was mixed; the rollers and brushes were ready to go, as was the team here at the Entrepreneurship Centre. Today we were going to splash the walls with some much needed life and to stay true to the TSiBA colours; we chose to go…

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TSiBA Alumni Empowers TSiBA Students

22 Sep 2011 in


On the 21st of September, we were honoured to have one of the first TSiBA students come back to speak to the current TSiBA students.
Simphiwe Mahlanyana was one of the first TSiBA students when TSiBA opened their doors in 2005. In 2007, he dropped out, for personal…

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Poetry in Motion

20 Sep 2011 in

Poetry is a powerful outlet for many emotions and expresses feelings so well.
The library is hosting a session on sharing poetry with like minded people that recognise it as a powerful tool.
So staff amd students of TSiBA do come along on Thursday 22nd September at lunchtime and share and learn.

The…

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Dynamite comes in small packages!

20 Sep 2011 in

Today members of the Entrepreneurship centre drove down to Philippi with fellow entrepreneur, Bertina.
Bertina has been one of the success stories that have been involved with TSiBA and all of us here at the Entrepreneurship centre recognize what a passionate and determined person she is.
It all…

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Heritage Week

18 Sep 2011 in

Did you know that there is free entry to all Iziko museum, Castle of Good Hope, Planetarium on Saturday September 24th?
The theme this year is ‘Celebrating Heros and Heroines of the Liberation Struggle in South Africa’ Visit http://www.iziko.org.za for a full programme of activities for the week.
So take your girlfriend/…

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Reading Volunteers

18 Sep 2011 in

You can volunteer as a reading helper at your local primary school. You receive free training, resources and ongoing support.
Guess what this activity will not only help them but also you as a person and obviously your Curriculum Vitae.
Reading really helps young people improve their lives.
Check the website

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Mr and Miss TSiBA at Eden

14 Sep 2011 in

On the 12th of August TSiBA Eden Campus held its annual MR & MISS TSiBA Eden concert. The event was a great success and everything was organized to perfection thanks to the TSiBA Eden SRC and the students who volunteered their time in assisting. Everything went smoothly for almost everyone, except for the contestants, because…

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Curriculum Review

14 Sep 2011 in

Nolan Beudeker, Curriculum Manager (pictured) is organising our 2011 curriculum review this Thursday 15th September 2011. She has been planning this day for a long time and has invited many stakeholders to be part of this discussion.
At TSiBA it is our tradition to look at the curriculum…

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5 Years at Home Affairs

14 Sep 2011 in

It has taken 5 years for Vuyisile Tyesi to obtain an ID book?

And….. it happened at TSiBA.

He wrote this poem which is very touching to all the people who helped him….
Thank you for saving me!
Thank you for saving me!
I was…

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Chimurenga Chronicle has a poster campaign

14 Sep 2011 in

Chimurenga Chronicle has a poster campaign where controversial questions are being posed weekly until 19 October 2011.
Come and check it out and open up discussions about the topics among yourselves.
The Chimurenga Chronicle newspaper reports on the first week of the so-called xenophobic violence in South Africa, two years ago and events…

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