Many of you know me for teaching Geography, sports coordinating and coaching. This is a bit more about me…

I enjoy running, cycling, hiking and any other adventure orientated activity. I love being out in nature and enjoying the diverse landscape that our country has to offer. I have had the privilege of racing in two Duathlon World Championship events in Europe and finishing on the podium in my age group in multiple South African Multisport Championships.

Sunrise trails run at first light, that sip of coffee in the morning, the sun dipping over a mountain and the sound of country music on a road trip with my girlfriend or family are some of the little things that I enjoy in life.

I am passionate about educating students to embrace their uniqueness and individuality as we each have our own strengths to enrich those that cross our paths. I encourage each person to grasp the opportunities that Treverton has to offer you, in order to broaden your repertoire to become well rounded ladies and gentlemen as you lead into your future.

Let us run with endurance the race that God has set before us. Hebrews 12.1

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Mr Bheki Majahana and Mrs Samkeliso Sibanda, along with their son Wayne and daughter Victoria, moved onto campus in early December. Bheki will be teaching accounting and is an avid archer who has competed in the National NASP archery tournament. The greatest feeling for him in education is hearing the magic words, “I now understand it, Sir.”

“A few years ago I was suddenly struck by an epiphany, that we are our values and the works of our hands are just a reflection of our values from a state of intangible to a tangible form. This has led me to a path of questions, what values lie behind our respect for Great leaders? What values lie behind our respect for a German engine? The greatest teachers teach values and this is the vein from which flows my passion for teaching whether I am in the classroom or on the archery range. Society can be improved one value at a time.”

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