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A Bustling Term 3

At the heart of our comprehensive program lies the holistic development of our wonderful Ruthies. Our commitment goes beyond the confines of traditional academics, encompassing a multifaceted approach that nurtures not only their intellectual potential but also their growth as leaders, their social adeptness, emotional intelligence, and their athletic and cultural pursuits.


This term, we're thrilled to share that our girls have wholeheartedly embraced these diverse opportunities. Their journey has been one of enriching experiences, resulting in cherished memories that will stay with them for years to come.



Heritage Day Celebration


Mbali Blaai, Alzira Lubisi, Favor Onyekwere, Ketsia Sapu-Kalombo and Hope Koho, along with three of their classmates, celebrate Heritage Day in their traditional wear.






Photo 1 - Lilian Chikusa sharing her award winning presentation at the JHSG Science Fair on "Why the Earth is Spinning Faster."


Photo 2 - Milca Mutombo and Nchongatakor Besong acting their hearts out in the Junior Interhouse Plays.


Photo 3 - All the Ruthies participated in the Interhouse Volleyball, Tennis and Athletics events.





Our Head Girl, Nomagugu Khumalo, participating in Jeppe Girls' annual Fun Run on the streets of Kensington.
















Alexandra Okoye and her gold medal winning team at the Fast Five Netball tournament hosted by Reddam House.














Onyena Vili and Tanique Fekete leading an ice-breaker at our September Mentorship Saturday.












Thank you for your ongoing support. Without our amazing donors, the journey for these wonderful ladies would have been that much more challenging.


Robyn Hill Manager: Ruth First Jeppe Memorial Trust





Should you wish to make a donation, payment is accepted by SnapScan or eft to Absa, Eastgate, Branch code 632005, Account number 4076706321. Many thanks.

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