Our Students

Our past students

Adrian Tango

Adrian, after obtaining his matric certificate and finishing school spent two years gaining a variety of work experience whilst deciding on a field of study that really interested him. After lots of thought, he completed a diploma in Metals and Continue reading →

Emelia Coetzer

Emelia Coetzer, after completing her diploma in sports management was employed at Clovelly Country Club as a golf operations assistant. A former ladies Club Champion and Western Province representative, Emelia recently made a move to Westlake Golf Club after being Continue reading →

Kelly Ann Wolfaardt (matriculated 2011)

Kelly achieved her Matric Certificate with University exemption. Since leaving school, she has been employed full-time by SAQ International, worked in telesales and has earned income as a waitress. Kelly is currently studying through UNISA for a degree in applied Continue reading →

Lwandiso Myeki

Lwandiso is one busy man. He is working full time in a bakery to support himself, contribute to his family whilst aiming to achieve his certificate from City and Guilds, a recognized diploma within the hospitality industry. RAGA taught him Continue reading →

Robina Macario

Robina Macario, who was involved in RAGA in our very early informal days, secured her Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stellenbosch in 2011. Whilst seeking a fulltime Role she volunteered her services back at RAGA and became a powerful and Continue reading →

Romano Whittle

Romano has secured a full time job with a marketing company and uses all the communication skills he learnt through RAGA in his busy merchandising role. When not at work he spends his spare time with his children. Of his Continue reading →

Siyambona Ngqalo (matriculated 2010)

Siyambona is currently in his 4th year studying for a degree in Electrical Engineering at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Siyambona in his spare time earns pocket money merchandising and promoting various consumer brands.

Vuyisa Silolo

After leaving RAGA Vuyisa is now with the Desmond Tutu Foundation And a member of the Hokisa Youth Group. In his spare time Vuyisa teaches young boys gumboot dancing! Vuyisa reports that RAGA helped him “manage my time, how to Continue reading →