Shashe Alumni celebrate the past with the present

Mchive addressing the 50th anniversary celebrates
Mchive addressing the 50th anniversary celebrates

Roads recently led to Shashe River Senior Secondary School in the sprawling village of Tonota, where the school celebrated its 50th years of existence as well as awarding current students with prizes for excelling in academics and extra-curricular activities such as sports and debate.

The celebration, aptly themed “Celebrating The Past, Igniting the Future: A Call for Stakeholder Participation”, took place inside four giant marquee tents that had been erected on the grounds previously occupied by red-bricked (later painted white) grass-thatched rondavels that used to be boys’ dormitories.

Former students had come in large numbers, though more would have been ideal. But they did come. These included director general of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime, Brigadier Joseph Mathambo, Nnunu Lesetedi, who not only holds the rank of Assistant Commissioner of the police, but has been the face of its campaign against drugs from recent previous years to last year.

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