“TAG Foundation is driven by the spirit of Ubuntu and the will to make a difference in the lives of competent learners from financially challenged home backgrounds.” Jonathan & Traci Gerber
Alessandro Seach - Class of 2022
Bandile Shazi - Class of 2022
Ndzalama Rikhotso - Class of 2022
Dihan du Toit - Class of 2022
Katleho Mpemvu - Class of 2022
Keegan Rea - Class of 2022
Siyabonga Sewape - Class of 2022
Lebogang Selahla - Class of 2022
Mangaliso Ncunca - Class of 2022
Thabang Mphafi - Class of 2022
Tino Sadaraki - Class of 2022
Camdyn Andrews - Class of 2021
Legae Mogapi - Class of 2021
Samkelo Ngubane - Class of 2021
Wandre van den Berg - Class of 2021
Michael Copeland - Class of 2020
Nicholas Eggett - Class of 2020
DP Hattingh - Class of 2020
Keegan Jansen van Rensburg - Class of 2020
Themba Nkosi - Class of 2020
Kian Schwartz - Class of 2020
Bontle Ndlovu - Class of 2019
Bryce Parsons - Class of 2019
Eulon Redcliffe - Class of 2019
Lindo Ncusane - Class of 2019
Ngia Selengbe - Class of 2019
Obakeng Maila - Class of 2019
Oratile Molatleghi - Class of 2019
Dylan Curtis - Class of 2018
Neo Pheko - Class of 2018
Wesley Hurter - Class of 2018
Vusimusi Koetsi - Class of 2017
Jethro Pieterse - Class of 2016
Taygen Fuchs - Class of 2016
Themba Mpemvu - Class of 2016
Senzo Mkhize - Class of 2015
Foxy Ntleki - Class of 2011
Checking in with our TAG Pride!
Taggers on the Move
My highlight will definitely be the last game against Jeppe which we won, injuring myself during the season was tough and just coming back before the last game was actually some sort of consolation and it was an amazing game and a great way to end a season! Senzo Mkhize
Class of 2015
What have you been up to since leaving School?
Studied at NWU PUKKE where I studied a BA Communications and proudly graduated in 2019. During my time in Potchefstroom I was involved with the Leopards rugby and the NWU Varsity Cup.
What is your ‘NEXT’? The Covid-19 pandemic like for so many, saw some of my future and immediate overseas plans dashed. I’d like to into the future ‘give back’ to the TAG Foundation, mentoring the incoming lads. The TAG foundation did so much for me, shaped me, gave me a wonderful opportunity to better myself, to be the best version of me. More than that, I’d also love the opportunity to be a part of one of South Africa’s media houses, possibly be able to play some more rugby and just keep grinding and striving to do better.
What Motivates You?: I am motivated by my family especially my parents who spend their lives giving me the best that they can despite their difficult conditions, that motivates me to always want to be better, motivates me to go fight for my life and always push through.
Shout-Out To the Class of 2020: Lads, you had goals that you set out for the year and due to the pandemic you never got to see them through, but never stop working hard despite the uncertainties and chaos… anything is possible when you put your mind to something. Don’t stop working hard because this shall pass and when it does you guys should be ready to take on the world because there are many challenges that you will face in the future so this is the chance to build your characters, all the best! Red Army for life.
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