Top 10 learners tour Gauteng

AT THE VOORTREKKER MONUMENT Front: Nkateko Shikhati, Donné Oosthuizen, Carmi Venter, Anri McLean, Bianca Prinsloo, Jan-Carel van Niekerk, Janco Blignaut, Kesia Pohl, Lin-Mari Theron, Steph-Marie de Lange and Xander Botha. Middle: Barri Gerber, Dirk Crafford, Glory Mabidilala, Chanel Dohse, Anize Basson, Jenelle de Jonge, Luann Botha, Juan-Jacques Moller and Jason Mellet. Back: Rohan du Plessis, Rinus Jacobs, Heinrich Schultz, Judi Fleischmann, Iszabella le Roux, Crystal Kirstein, Jamie Robertson, Suandrie Corbett and Stefan Corbett.

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AT THE VOORTREKKER MONUMENT
Front: Nkateko Shikhati, Donné Oosthuizen, Carmi Venter, Anri McLean, Bianca Prinsloo, Jan-Carel van Niekerk, Janco Blignaut, Kesia Pohl, Lin-Mari Theron, Steph-Marie de Lange and Xander Botha.
Middle: Barri Gerber, Dirk Crafford, Glory Mabidilala, Chanel Dohse, Anize Basson, Jenelle de Jonge, Luann Botha, Juan-Jacques Moller and Jason Mellet.
Back: Rohan du Plessis, Rinus Jacobs, Heinrich Schultz, Judi Fleischmann, Iszabella le Roux, Crystal Kirstein, Jamie Robertson, Suandrie Corbett and Stefan Corbett.


Thirty grade 9 to 11 academic achievers from Merensky High School enjoyed five days in Pretoria and Johannesburg during the annual top 10 tour from 26 to 30 April.

The learners undertook educational tours to the Voortrekker Monument and Pretoria Botanical Gardens. They also tasted sweet culture when they watched the brilliant “The play that goes wrong” at the Pieter Toerien Theatre in Montecasino.

There was no end to the fun with a visit to Gold Reef City and the Bounce Trampoline Park at Menlyn Maine.

The Top 10 Tour is organised for the Plasies to say thank you for their hard work throughout the year.

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