Archive | March, 2014

Russell High School – PMB

I visited Russell High School in PMB today and was permitted to photograph their premises, thanks to Moira Potter and the Principal, Jean Rose. It is amazing what this school is doing for its scholars and to see what talent there is at the school, and the incredible art that has been produced. The teachers […]

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Durban High School

A visit to DHS was facilitated by Sharon Drew and then a meeting with The Headmaster, Leon Erasmus who gave of his time to show me around the various points of interest at the school. The school is looking in great shape and it was good to see that the old traditions still prevail. Like […]

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Point and Royal Natal Yacht Clubs

The two main Durban based yacht clubs based on the Esplanade have a rich history with masses of memorabilia in their respective club houses. Thanks to Percy at PYC and also to Liz Coxen (RNYC) for their assistance and information. RNYC for the History addicts,has a must have book of their 150 year history – […]

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Glenwood High School

A big thank you again to Kevin Jordan of Glenwood High for the tour of the school and for allowing me to get on and take a comprehensive “shoot” of the school. The historical memorabilia and the care that is taken to display and preserve their heritage is a credit to the school. These are […]

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Glenwood High School Military Project

I have recently been in contact with Kevin Jordan, a teacher at Glenwood High Scholl who along with his pupils is doing a project to research more information on the South Africans whose names appear on the many monuments in KZN, in particular WWI. It’s a great time with the centenary of WWI to be […]

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