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Moeketsi Mashibini, who was recently awarded a Bachelor of Business Science at the University of Cape Town. We are proud of his wonderful achievement.


Mncedisi Sipho Thenjekwayo, who was awarded a Bachelor of Accounting Science and Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting at the University of the Witwatersrand. Mncedisi is currently working as a management consultant and completing his articles to become a Chartered Accountant CA(SA). We are incredibly proud of his achievements.


As an organisation, uBambiswano is committed to playing an active role in transforming society, and to making a meaningful contribution to education in our country. The students of uBambiswano (both former and current) have achieved academic and personal success as a result of their involvement with the Saturday School programme. It is these satisfying results that have motivated and energised us for more than 30 years.


Our special thoughts go to our 2023 scholarship recipients, who started a new chapter of their lives at their new schools. We wish them all the best and encourage them to keep us abreast of their achievements in the future.

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Nkateko Ndlovu

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

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Lesedi Malatsi

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

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Joy Segafa

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

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Hlelo Sibiya

Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls

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Noluthando Dhlamini

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

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Xolani Magagula

Make A Difference Leadership Foundation

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Lesedi Mothibi

St Andrew’s School for Girls Trust


On Saturday 11 February 2023, we hosted an awards assembly to celebrate the achievements of our 2022 Grade 6 to 8 students. Our special guest was Rev Alison Thabethe, who is leaving St Andrew’s at the end of Term 1 to take up a Chaplaincy role at St Mary’s DSG in Pretoria. Her talk was inspirational and so well received by our students and staff. We thank Alison for her unwavering support for uBambiswano. As always, the awards ceremony was a feather in our cap – we are humbled by our talented students, and encouraged to continue working to inspire our students to reach for their dreams.

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Mncedisi Sipho Thenjekwayo

Moeketsi Mashibini

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