They each need to raise R6,000 by 30 June before they can play in the tournament.
Parents, pupils and teachers can spend the night outdoors on their school grounds and collect items for beneficiaries in need.
If we had our way Kingsway High School would have its name engraved onto that winning trophy too.
This time we can host 18 fourballs with an 11.30am start.
I love to be someone completely different on stage.
The aim of this project is to revive schools participation in sport, art and culture.
The organisation was started last year, to encourage school leavers to choose the right career paths.
Taxi owners paid for the uniforms, shoes and lunch out of their own pockets.
A well-known face, Mrs Richards has impacted many lives during her time at the school.
We need this type of initiative from the community to uplift and reclaim our area.
Today the school’s grounds were seen packed with children, parents and coaches from all over, who came to watch the talent in action.