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Gonubie Primary to perform at International Marimba

MARIMBA MAGIC: Gonubie Primary School's Major Marimba musicians performed a toe-tapping set at the ICC in East London recently. The band will be taking...

Ubuntu inspires arts festival

When world musician Tarynne Swarts Pachamama founded the annual Imibala Arts Festival, it was with a vision of ubuntu and an aim to make a positive change in...

Adelaide water run success

The current drought in Adelaide and its surrounds is reportedly the worst in 50 years. The town’s primary servicing dam is par- ched, cracked and...

All boots and glitter …

Glitter, boots, star-studded uniforms and discipline is what the East London community have been exposed to as the South African Majorettes and Cheerleading Association...

‘Drumming’ up a storm

The South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association (Samca) national championships have taken East London by storm, with teams from all over the country arriving...

Cancer survivor gets Sharks run-on

Twelve year-old cancer survivor and rugby enthusiast Cole Schonknecht recently had the opportunity to run onto the field with the Sharks during their latest...

Teams off to nationals

THE second annual Eastern Cape Majorettes and Cheerleading Association’s (ECMA) provincial championship took place on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Gonubie Primary School. Parents and...

Majorettes teams off to Nationals

THE second annual Eastern Cape Majorettes and Cheerleading Association’s (ECMA) Provincial Championship took place on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Gonubie Primary School. For...

Schools Continue To Shine At Eisteddfod

Local schools proudly showed off their musical talents as the East London Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod continued this week. By the close of the...

ON TOUR

Gonubie Primary’s U11A rugby team took part in the Clarendon Park under 11 rugby festival in Port Elizabeth last weekend. Of the four matches...

SCOUT TRIBUTE:

Gonubie Primary  proudly showing off their colours in celebration of Scouting BP Day. On February 22, scouts across the world were encouraged to wear...

WELCOME HOME, HEADGIRL!

Kay Mosiane, front row, middle, was headgirl at Gonubie Primary School in 2006 and has now returned to her alma mater as a music...

BIG IN JAPAN

Nande Dlulane from Gonubie Primary shows off her true colours. She recently returned from Japan, where she represented South Africa at the World Junior...

DRUMROLL PLEASE

Gonubie Primary are very proud of their four majorettes who were awarded provincial colours recently – a first for the school. The school wish...

RED HEARTS

October was Gonubie Primary’s Adopt-a-School month with the South African National Blood Service (SANBS). Parents and staff were challenged and set a target for...

FUN IN THE SUN

Gonubie Primary School was pleased to provide transport for the annual outing of Simunye Day Care Centre recently. The little ones from the daycare...

WINNING SMILES

The Stirling Primary team members , from left, Zachary Kotze (Grade 2), Aiyanna Jonathan (Grade 1), Julia Kockott (Grade 2), Lily Smith (Grade 1),...

BACK TO THEIR ROOTS

At Gonubie Primary School’s Founders Day held recently, this year’s matrics who were in Grade 7 at Gonubie Primary in 2012, came to celebrate...

DRUMMING UP SUPPORT

PnA Stationers’ mascot Penny enjoyed her time with the Gonubie Primary School drum majorettes at the recent Kingfisher Festival hosted by Beaconhurst School

DESERVING

At Gonubie Primary’s 87th Founder’s Day celebration held recently, one of the school's general assistants, Fosta Gaba, was awarded the Vitae Discemus Award for...

BRIGHT BUGS

 Gonubie Primary Grade 3 pupils had a day full of fun and learning at school when they dressed up as different insects. Miss Connellan’s...

GOLDEN GIRL

At the annual Buffalo City Art Exhibition held recently, Gonubie Primary School’s Emma Hempel (Grade 2) received a double gold award for her painting...

COOKING UP A STORM

 Gonubie Primary Grade 6 pupils had a fun-filled cookout day on the banks of the Gonubie River recently. Even the inclement weather could not...

BUDDING STARS

Three Gonubie Primary School boys have been selected to represent Border at the pre-Craven Week Tournament in Oudtshroon last month, as well as Craven...

Local drummies set for nationals

THE first Eastern Cape Majorette and Cheerleaders Association (ECMCA) Provincial competition in 17 years took place last weekend. Only two schools competed in Lilyfontein and...

WAY WITH WORDS

Gonubie Primary Grade 4 and 5 pupils took part in a SACEE Fun with Words competition held at George Randell recently. ‘A total of...

UPDATED: EL, King come together to help Knysna fire victims

EAST Londoners are asked to open their hearts to help the victims of the devastating wildfires in Knysna and the Garden Route. Hudson Park Primary...

PROVINCIAL MOVERS

Six Gonubie Primary School girls who represented the Eastern Cape at the SA Championships for dancing in April this year, at the NASREC Centre...

Spinner craze hits EL schools

They’re the latest craze in the children’s toy market, with store owners reportedly selling dozens a day.   Fidget spinners – hand-held triangular contraptions with rounded...

Drum-roll for Lilyfontein

LILYFONTEIN Grade 7 pupil Sibulele Kentane is the first primary school drum majorette girl from the Eastern Cape to receive the South African Majorette...
Gonubie Primary School took part in the Grens Rugby Festival recently. It was a tournament aimed largely at preparing primary schools for the long and arduous season ahead. The Gonubie team performed very well, winning two of their three matches played. Part of the team in the photo are, from left, Luke Johnson, Seth Collins, Lethu Mjikeliso, BB Babaso, Lux Mente, Amahle Jongolo, Camron Fransman, Jared Durrheim, Langa Mluma and Khaka Pakada

Ready to rumble

Gonubie Primary School took part in the Grens Rugby Festival recently. It was a tournament aimed largely at preparing primary schools for the long...

East London schools square off in spelling bee contest

GEORGE Randell Primary School hosted a foundation phase South African Council for English Education (SACEE) spelling bee last week. Fourteen schools from East London, including...

WE ARE FAMILY:

Gonubie Primary School’s mentorship programme got into full swing during the last week of the first term when the GPS Family Groups met for...

New kit gives Newlands schools a boost

THROUGH the Small Projects Foundation' (SPF) sport programme, the Newlands schools rugby and netball teams received their new kit sponsored by Kistefos last week. The...

Stirling team is the bees knees

STIRLING Primary School hosted and went on to win a Grade 1 to 7 SACEE (South African Council of English Educators) Spelling Bee on...

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BCM excel in biathle

EL athletes shine with 21 medals at world champs EAST London biathletes came home smiling yesterday after winning a total of 21 medals at the...

Jerusalema challenge to rock EL

East London residents looking to get their groove on should be ready, because Saturday September 19 will see venues around the city taking part...

Eastern Cape’s speeding, drunk, reckless drivers leave a trail of death, despair

A motorist seen speeding towards oncoming traffic and overtaking 10 cars in East London while hurling insults at other road users is one of...

CHOC goes for gold

The month of September marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, as the Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa (CHOC) soldiers on in their admiral cause to...

Pet Pals hosts doggie walk

East London Pet Pals' Sanctuary will host a Doggie Walk at Tea in the Trees on Sunday March 31 to raise funds for the...

Pupils show hearts for Choc kids

The Hudson Park Primary Port Rex Cubs rose to the challenge to raise awareness for International Childhood Cancer Day last Friday. They also celebrated the...

Spreading pet food drive

After losing his cat, Komga Junior School headboy Colby Kean, 13, started Pixie’s Pet Drive two years ago to collect and donate food to...

KID hosts child safety initiative

The Kids In Distress (KID) initiative is trying to increase awareness of child safety after the recent spate of attempted child abductions in East...

EL schools, parents on high alert after abduction scare

The East London community has been left reeling following allegations of attempted child abductions last week. On Thursday, the SAPS issued a warning to...

Dysel debuts at No.1 on the charts

 There was much excitement as East London local musician Jordan Dysel’s song Faded Love debuted at No1 Number 1 on the Algoa FM’s Top...

TWINS FOR AFRICA:

There must be something in the drinking water, because Gonubie Prrimary have no fewer than 16 sets of twins this year. ‘This must surely...

What’s On the GO! – 26 October

Today ●Come and view East London’s artistic talent at King’s Mall. The exhibition is presented by Gonubie Lions Club in aid of the Carel du...

POLIO DRIVE

 The Gonubie Rotary Club held the annual Polar Polio Plunge at the Cambridge Primary School Swimming pool on August 12. All the funds raised...