This year DHS Helping Hands worked really hard in a short space of time. They raised funds in two days through cake sales. On 11 November, Helping Hands visited the Othandweni Crèche in Sibongile township. Mrs Odendaal, Mrs Madondo and a few of the Helping Hands school girls spent time with the little ones. The girls handed out Christmas gifts. Ms Phiwo Dlamini, the founder, could not stop smiling when she saw the DHS learners and teachers arrive. There was also a parent representative there who really voiced her appreciation for what DHS had done for the crèche and she was grateful for the love and care that the young DHS school girls showed their children. Though time was limited, their mission was accomplished. DHS would like to thank Mrs Boshoff, Mrs Odendaal, Mrs Kotze and Mrs Madondo. Thank you also to all the learners who assisted during the cake sale which helped make the day a success. Helping Hands has worked so hard and their reward was to see those young kids with huge smiles on their faces!
KZN Inland Cricket
Asmira Pather has been selected to represent KwaZulu Natal Inland Cricket Union at the Cricket South Africa U19 Girls' Cricket Week, taking place in Nelspruit, from 12-16 December. This is an outstanding achievement and DHS is incredibly proud of this talented young lady. DHS would like to wish Ashmira all of the best during the Cricket Week and is positive that she will represent her school with pride. Condolences
The staff at Dundee High would like to extend their sincere condolences to the Aku family, after their tragic loss this past weekend. Aaquelah and her family will be in our thoughts and prayers. It is in difficult times like these, that we need to draw ever closer together in a spirit of love and support.