North West

Roadhouse Rugby

This weekend was the Rugby world Cup Finals as I’m sure a lot of you will know. At my school it has been weeks of teachers making us dress up in rugby shirts and build models of rugby stadiums. Now finally there was going to be a conclusion. South Africa was facing England in the […]

North West

Thai and a taste of history

I go to Zulu lessons every Tuesday after school. The class starts at 3.45pm and I get out of school at 2pm so before class my mum takes me to the Thai restaurant near my school.  It is called Hong Far. It is a very cool place because you can go into a big marquee […]

Limpopo

Fossils and flames

This weekend I went to Limpopo. I have been looking forward to it for a while because I went there a while ago and it was really fun. The car on the way to Limpopo was quite crowded because we gave a lift to two friends called Betty and Rapholo Ramodisa who wanted to go […]

Gauteng

Tasty Tiki

This weekend I went to a place called the Tiny Tiki Bar in Melville, Johannesburg. It was quite hard to get to the Tiny Tiki Bar because there was a big walking event called the 702 Walk the Talk happening on that day and there was a lot, lot, lot of traffic. While we were […]

Gauteng

Dancing and a fear of heights

This weekend was very exciting. I started by going to a Latin American dance competition which was at the Civic Centre in Alberton. It was a lucky day. I danced amazingly. Everything came together really well. I knew in my bones that it was the best I have ever danced and the best that my […]

Gauteng

Magical Maqoma

I went to the Market Theatre in Johannesburg to watch a dance show called Exit/Exist. It was the story of Chief Jongumsobomvu Maqoma an 19th century Xhosa military commander who fought against the British when they tried to take his land and his cattle. He died on Robben Island prison. The dancer was Chief Maqoma’s […]