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	<strong>By Umbrella Tone</strong><br />
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	GIVING back to your community has always been a way to plough back It was 2013 when the group called Seabe Dream Team came together to form a Matric Re- By Umbrella Tone Union team, which consist of former students of two high schools, Seabe High School and Ramoshidi High School respectively at Ga Seabe. This has indeed planted a seed which has changed the many young people’s life in this community.<br />
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	“The group started off with this idea for fun. We thought it was just going to be a once off thing like those normal high school reunion that you get. However, we ended up with a great idea of motivating grade 12 leaners every year towards their final exam,” Said Keneilwe Rauwane group PR and admistrator. The main aim of the team is to uplift the level of matric pass rate in the area by encouraging learners to study hard and earn their dreams. In the past, the group which consists of various Directors and CEO’s being the products of both school has manage to motivate and lead youth to their carrier choices by encouraging them to study hard and stay focused to archive their goals. This year the Dream Team donated stationeries to both schools, awarded certificates to 2015 Top learners of both schools with an option to win Tablets to 2015 top leaners who reach the 70% mark at the end of the season, lunch and refreshments were also provided to learners. Some of the top leaners include Matlaila Solly,Phago Lerato,Mashaba MMathapelo,Hlongwane C o n s t a n c e , L a m o l a Marry,Mokoka Botshelo, and Monamodi Tshiamo.<br />
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	The event was attended by Mr Raditla and Mrs Moagi, Principals of Ramoshidi and Seabe High School respectively. “We are looking forward to make this an annual event attracting more investors from the community to come and plough back as we will be having more of this kind like back to school campaigns, adopt a leaner campaign and more within the schools.” Concluded Andries Mashaba known as Umbrella the team communications specialist.</p>
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By Umbrella Tone

GIVING back to your community has always been a way to plough back It was 2013 when the group called Seabe Dream Team came together to form a Matric Re- By Umbrella Tone Union team, which consist of former students of two high schools, Seabe High School and Ramoshidi High School respectively at Ga Seabe. This has indeed planted a seed which has changed the many young people’s life in this community.

“The group started off with this idea for fun. We thought it was just going to be a once off thing like those normal high school reunion that you get. However, we ended up with a great idea of motivating grade 12 leaners every year towards their final exam,” Said Keneilwe Rauwane group PR and admistrator. The main aim of the team is to uplift the level of matric pass rate in the area by encouraging learners to study hard and earn their dreams. In the past, the group which consists of various Directors and CEO’s being the products of both school has manage to motivate and lead youth to their carrier choices by encouraging them to study hard and stay focused to archive their goals. This year the Dream Team donated stationeries to both schools, awarded certificates to 2015 Top learners of both schools with an option to win Tablets to 2015 top leaners who reach the 70% mark at the end of the season, lunch and refreshments were also provided to learners. Some of the top leaners include Matlaila Solly,Phago Lerato,Mashaba MMathapelo,Hlongwane C o n s t a n c e , L a m o l a Marry,Mokoka Botshelo, and Monamodi Tshiamo.

The event was attended by Mr Raditla and Mrs Moagi, Principals of Ramoshidi and Seabe High School respectively. “We are looking forward to make this an annual event attracting more investors from the community to come and plough back as we will be having more of this kind like back to school campaigns, adopt a leaner campaign and more within the schools.” Concluded Andries Mashaba known as Umbrella the team communications specialist.

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