It is not a rare thing for people to take pride in others who would have moved on, or left. After all, it is only natural that we tend to feel their absence, especially if they held a special position. Arthur Schopenhauer once wrote that the only feeling that one can take from this life to their grave, one which is not finite, is the feeling of loneliness. This explains then why it is easy to feel the absence of someone.
King George VI Centre and School have produced a number of exceptional students in the past. All have played their parts in the development of extracurricular. There is one, who was an all rounder and reflecting on it now, KGVI took pride in her.
Sakhile Ndlovu, a former student is one of those exceptional people that the institution has come across. She has a unique story to tell since her time at the school.
Sakhile enrolled at KGVI in 2013 doing her grade 7. Due to her good behavior and showing interest in leadership, she became a prefect in form 2. This is something that was done so as to groom her interests in leadership as well as to give her confidence.