We are excited to announce that Sinegugu is now living at Makaphuto Home and has been re-admitted to Forest View School, where she was attending last year. It has been a tremendously active year for the children of Agape and we are so excited that Makaphuto has welcomed Sinegugu AND that Forest View has been able to welcome her back.
Zakhele, Olwethu and Aphiwe are presently living at Makaphuto Home. They all arrived in April and are doing well. Zakhele is at Hillcrest in the 8th grade. He just finished football season and is about to try cricket for the first time. Wish him luck! Olwethu is attending Wilderness Training Programme and doing well in this smaller environment. There are only 9 students and it is situated in a beautiful garden not far from Makaphuto. We are currently looking for a sponsor for Olwethu. If you would like to help, please get in touch with our office andcheck out our sponsorship page here http://risefoundation.org/we-are-together/take-action/sponsor-a-child/
Nqobile and Sphiwe have been moved to Lake Haven Children's Home. The Foundation tried for many months to find a home for them at Makaphuto Home. However the Department of Welfare and Social Development has decreed that they are to live at Lake Haven. We are grateful Ocean View Home for helping us ensure that Nqobile and Sphiwe are safe and doing well.
Slindile has given birth to a beautiful daughter, Minehle. She will return to Elangeni in January to complete her course in Master Cookery.
Mbali won all of her racing events at Athletics Day at Forest View.
Sphelele and Nompunelo are attending Celubuhle Primary. Their teachers say that Sphelele is doing very well in Zulu, Science and Art & Culture.
Mthobisi and Thembalani are at Dirkies Uys. Mthobisi has improved in every subject, but needs a little help with maths. His teachers are keeping track of his progress. Thembalani improved in every subject accept life orientations.
Snethemba, a 9th grader at Interfellowship, is doing well and improving in every area accept maths, where there is room for improvement.
Thobile is at Gillitts Primary and is really progressing, according to her teacher, Ms. Rugburchial. We are extremely proud of her.
Andiswa (Gillitts Primary) has been reported to be a slow learner, yet talkative and energetic in class.
Sbonelo has completed his first aid course through Netcare and is poised to begin his paramedic training.
We currently fund a bus driver and petrol to shuttle the learners to school. Since Agape was closed, transportation has been an issue to be sorted for the children still under our support. While many are getting to school on their own, we have a total of 18 that are being transported by bus.
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