The Month in Pictures #2

It was Melvin Sambo, a Ranger from Londolozi, who stood under the Digital Tree of Knowledge and said to a group of Good Work Foundation students: “Don’t let fear get in the way of your dreams.” Be it a fear of speaking English, a fear of using a computer mouse for the first time, a fear of setting a table, or of going to a big city. A fear of sharing a poem with the world. A fear of having confidence in ourselves. In February, fears were overcome. Our group of students, educators and facilitators put themselves out there. And smiled. And laughed. Well done team. Enjoy the month in pictures.

Melvin Sambo

Melvin Sambo from Londolozi talks to our hospitality students about facing fears, learning English and working hard



Deliwe Tibane guides a group of young boys who were having their first lesson on tablet computers



As part of our business-English course, Emmeracia Mnisi gives a formal talk to her group of peers. She was nervous – and considered “running away” – but she persevered and gave a great talk



Holani Mhlongo, a Grade 12 student at Madlala High School, shares one of her poems on the Good Work Foundation website. Never afraid of saying what she believes. Never afraid of putting herself out there



The A+ Computing class smile for the camera as they get ready for a practice test. The exam is coming up and this is one of Good Work Foundation’s hardest working groups



Trevor Ramukhithi (centre), who works at Londolozi’s Pioneer Camp, passes ICDL Word Processing with 82 percent



Downton Abbey at Hazyview: Witness Mnisi tests Helen on table setting etiquette in front of a crowd of curious students



The Philippolis team are getting ready for “Phili’s” biggest launch ever. A brand new Digital Learning Centre, computers, tablets and the latest education software



Sponsored by the All Heart Fund, our Madlala students get down to the business of expressing themselves through art. First time in Nelspruit, first time performing in front of others. First time exploring speech and drama



Rogers at the Mpumalanga Arts Festival learning to create a mosaic

There were also a couple of “less serious” fears that were overcome in February. There was no way that we weren’t going to share these:

Real boys wear pink

Real men get over their fear of pink – of course they do. Havny, Abna, Matthew and Benzel in their new pink GWF shirts



Thoko, ICDL graduate and Londolozi chef, braves two huge pots of pap and gets ready for a big event at Londolozi



And finally, one of our newest groups of young students get over their fear of Ryan’s camera, and start to have a bit of fun