Valentine…..Hit or Miss?
Even though the anticipated event started off late, it seemed to be a night to remember for many.
Many students rocked up looking super hot for their dates and for those who did not have dates, they did not hesitate to show their moves on the blazing dance floor.
The Valentine’s dance aka Cupid’s Connection was a hit. The SAC did a great job supplying the ever so demanding doubles with food and refreshments. The V.I.P’s looked like they were having the time of their lives getting first class service and romantic music.
On interview I spoke to one of the girls who dined in the V.I.P section, Androulla Marcos(F3) and she had this to say “ Wow! Jesse and I had a great time. Unlike the past few years they was plenty of food and the music was great, plus we had privacy and that was great.”
However, the singles side looked abandoned; as if little time was spent decorating it. It looked unattractive with only a few dried rose petals sprinkled on top of the tables. The music was what seemed to have kept most of the singles happy as it was the latest tunes being jammed.
Katlo Nyoni(F4) who attended as a single commented “For the past four years I have been coming as a single and even though the service has quit improved it did not reach my expectations, but I liked the chicken.”
The newly elected SAC president Lorato Sebetlela was working hard during the whole night, and unfortunately I did not get time to talk to her. I have to give props to all the SAC members for their dedication and for keeping it together and making sure that everyone had a spectacular night.
Lesego Makuluba(F3) who was a waiter, “ The smash hit Cupid’s Connection was kinda’ painful to be a part of as people thought I was a slave and could order me around. I tried to hide, but Lorato caught me in the DJ booth. Now I am actually proud of being part of such an achievement.”
Would the next SAC event be up to the V-dance standards? It was a definite hit!
By Amantle Mphotho
Form five drama exam
The last spapapa
The show was well anticipated and was both entertaining and worthwhile. The form fives were split up into 4 groups of which they had to perform.
The first performance was about a girl who goes through different stages in life. She starts off as a little girl, into a sassy young lady and eventually grows into a responsible woman. The next group performed an act about a young boy who kills his brother and sister without realizing it.
Another group performed a play about a boy who goes through the trauma of killing his pet chicken. The last performance was about a man who seeks revenge from his enemy by killing both him and supposedly his daughter.
The main link between all of these plays is that the main characters had to discover both their good and bad conscience. I believe the show was an insight as to how and why everyday people do the things they do. The show was worth its price and had a very supportive audience.