Girls rule in the science world

BRILLIANT ACHIEVEMENTS: At the regional finals of the Eskom Expo for Young Scientist, which were held at UJ Soweto Campus recently, four of Mondeor High School’s learners excelled bringing back to the school gold and silver medals. Chiraag Davechand (Grade 10, gold medal winner and award for best project in her category), Tabile Zungu (Grade 11, gold medal and award for best project in her category), Keithmetse Litabe (Grade12, silver medal) and Shamira Pillay (Grade 12, silver medal). Proudly s

RILLIANT ACHIEVEMENTS: At the regional finals of the Eskom Expo for Young Scientist, which were held at UJ Soweto Campus recently, four of Mondeor High School’s learners excelled bringing back to the school gold and silver medals.

Chiraag Davechand (Grade 10, gold medal winner and award for best project in her category), Tabile Zungu (Grade 11, gold medal and award for best project in her category), Keithmetse Litabe (Grade12, silver medal) and Shamira Pillay (Grade 12, silver medal).

Proudly standing with them is their science teacher, Mr R Davechand, “I’m so thrilled of their wonderful achievements,” he said.

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