At the end of 2019, three of our students matriculated. Lungile Mazibuko, Rethbile Radise and Kwezi Ngema passed with exemption and all three of these outstanding scholars were awarded full bursaries to study further.torship, South African youth and social development.
Ester Coker (04 April 2003)
Ester Coker (04 April 2003) is our AEC bursar pupil for 2017. She is currently in Grade 11 at Sacred Heart College in Johannesburg. Ester is originally from Lombardy East, where she lives with her parents and one brother. She has chosen tennis, swimming and soccer as her extra-mural activities. With her calm attitude, Ester reads and dances during her spare time. She also loves fashion, this is evident in her everyday neat appearance. Upon finishing her schooling career, Ester hopes to become a Medical Doctor or an IT specialist. JTOF takes pride in having Ester under our support and guidance. We have no doubt she will flourish in her schooling career and become a valuable asset to our nation.
Lungile Mazibuko (02 January 2001)
Lungile Mazibuko (02 January 2001) has been our AEC bursar for the past two years. Lungile matriculated In 2019 at Highlands North Boys High School. Lugile is now studying at NWU in limpopo. Other than being focused on his academics; Lungile is passionate about Rugby or his favourite club is the Lions; which he hopes to play for soon enough. Lungile, watches movies during his spare time. He is interested in history and enjoys reading about it. Upon completing his studies, Lungile wants to become a Corporate Lawyer or an Accountant. JTOF continues to offer Lungile all the possible mentoring and exposure so that his dreams come true.
Khwezi Ngema (04 November 2001)
Khwezi Ngema (04 November 2001) has been our AEC bursar for the past two years. Khwezi marticulated in 2019 at Sandringham High School. She is now studying a BA in communication and Media at UJ. She resides in Alexandra with her mom and older brother. As a day scholar, she plays tennis after school. During her spare time, she reads and writes. Khwezi has published two short stories both more than 10 000 words – what an incredible achievement! Her favourite book is ‘Vampire in my dreams’ by Terry-Lee Wilde. Khwezi’s most enjoyable subjects are English and History. Upon finishing with her high school career; she wants to become an author; to make a difference in society through her writing abilities. She also hopes to further her studies in Oxford or Cambridge University. JTOF will ensure that Khwezi has all the necessary tools needed to ensure her literary ambitions come to reality.
Pitsi Tsebe (07 April 1999)
Pitsi Tsebe (07 April 1999) is our star bursar pupil who has been with JTOF since Grade 8 and has now completed his schooling career. Pitsi is in his Final year at the University of Witwatersrand, pursuing a BCom Accounting with a full bursary. Pitsi is originally from Alexandra, he lives with his mother and two older sisters. His passionate about squash and soccer. During his spare time, he watches documentaries and does software coding. While in school, Pitsi enjoyed Maths and Accounting, which he excelled in through to matric. Pitsi hopes to complete his degree and become an accountant with KPMG or Deloite. Pitsi has fond memories of JTOF; “I loved my mentors, they gave me guidance and made it easier for me to be where I am today. I remember going to Sci-Bono in Newtown with my mentors that was a fun-filled day”. Pitsi is optimistic that 2017 will be a rewarding year for him in Varsity. JTOF will tirelessly ensure that Pitsi is a role model for many students out there. He is our champion of success beyond all odds.