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Girls' College Students Attain A 100% Pass Rate At Confucius Institute

Girls' College is proud to announce that four of our students attained a pass rate of 100% at the Confucius Institute, which is affiliated with the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China.

Special commendations go out to Thabiso Sibanda for exceptional results - a near perfect score, as well as Tatenda Mzondiwa for achieving excellent results. The four members of our club who wrote and acquired their certificates are Thabiso Sibanda, Tatenda Mzondiwa, Ruvimbo Kapurura and Tatenda Shuro.

New Activities Added To The School Calendar For 2016

We would like to inform all the parents that Girls' College has added a few new sporting activities and clubs to our school calendar for the 1st Term 2016.  A couple of the sporting activities require a modest fee to be paid for the term.  Payment can be made at the school's Sports Department.  Please be advised that this payment must be made no later than 15 January 2016 and your daughter will be expected to present the receipt to the Form teacher upon sign-up for that particular sporting discipline.

A letter attached below outlines all the details, but in summary the new activities added for 2016 are as follows:

  • Table Tennis - please supply your own table tennis bats
  • Karate - US$50.00 per term and a signed indemnity form
  • Indoor Hockey - US$10.00 per term
  • Science Club
  • Economics Club

Our Galleries Updated With Photos Taken At Our Sportswomans' Dinner 2015 Ceremony

We are pleased to inform our visitors that Girls' College has updated our school galleries with photos taken at this term's Sportswomans' Dinner 2015.  The gallery can be viewed here.  Enjoy!

Local Zimbabwean Tapiwa Mugadza Hits The Big Time

Zimbabwean musician Taps MugadzaThought it would be befitting to mention the incredible success of a cover version of Adele's smash hit Hello by local singer and artist Tapiwa Mugadza.  His cover of Adele's Hello has been published on Youtube (see below) for just over 3 weeks and has amassed almost 1.5 million views.

If that's not enough his cover version has been voted 3rd out of the best 20 cover versions of this song by E!Online.  Just a small shout out for a talented musician who just happens to be Zimbabwean.  Enjoy!

Girls' College Old Girls' Reunion

The 'Big Tree' at Girls' College known to all our students (click to enlarge)Girls' College would like to inform our alumni students that our annual Old Girls' Reunion will be held at Girls' College this December.  Starting at 5:00pm under the 'Big Tree' on Tuesday 1st December will be an afternoon of fun, fellowship and laughter for all those collegians who can attend.  We hope many can do so.

Let us go down memory lane and share the experiences and memories of our lives both at Girls' College and after.  Please remember to bring some snacks and drinks to share.

Please feel free to download the attachment below for a hard copy of the event.  The event is included in our mini-calendar on our homepage if you navigate to December.

Our Galleries Updated With Photos Taken At Our Speech Day 2015 Ceremony

We are pleased to inform our visitors that Girls' College has updated our school galleries with photos taken at this term's Annual Speech Day & Prize Giving 2015.  The gallery can be viewed here.  Enjoy!

Follow Up To Mr. Ndlovu's Visit To Girls' College

Mr Z Ndlovu founder of Stop To Start InternationalAs mentioned in an earlier news article, Mr. Zwelibanzi Ndlovu, founder of Stop To Start International, kindly accepted an invitation to speak to students, parents and other visitors at Girls' College yesterday, 3 November 2015.  Mr. Ndlovu was the Guest Of Honour at our recent Annual Speech Day and Prize Giving ceremony and as Mrs Ross, school Principal, noted in her introduction, Girls' College had received numerous enquiries by interested parties due to the splendid speech he made at our Speech Day.

So, Girls' College decided to invite Mr. Ndlovu back for another presentation.  In her introduction, Mrs Ross, had three words for Mr. Ndlovu, "Wow! Wow! Wow!" and he definitely wowed the audience with his speech on subject choices; career choices; and being true to one's passions and talents.

Upcoming Community Event At Zonkizizwe Shopping Centre, Bradfield. All Are Welcome

Bulawayo Island Hospice ServiceWe are pleased to inform our website visitors that the Girls' College choir will be partaking in the 'Light A Light For Hospice 2015' community event taking place at Zonkizizwe Shopping Centre, Bradfield on Friday 27 November 2015 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.  Entrance is free!.

This year's theme is a quote by Thomas Campbell ~ "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die".  The Bulawayo Island Hospice Service asks anyone who may have lost a loved one to cancer to please purchase a heart upon which you can place a photograph, verse or special message.  These hearts are not limited to cancer, so if you wish to mark the remembrance of a loved one lost, you are more than welcome to.

Island Hospice hearts can be purchased for US$10.00 each at the following places:

  • L.N.A. Bradfield
  • Bags Of Fun, Bradfield
  • Sedgemoor Dairies Depot in 15th Avenue
  • Island Hospice Office at 2 George Silundika St. cnr Masotsha Ndlovu Ave.

The event will be a festive one with food and drink on sale; stalls selling Christmas gifts; and Carols By Candlelight culminating in the lighting of the Christmas tree lights.  Make a date and join us for a fun filled family evening in support of a worthy cause.  For more information contact Janice of Island Hospice on:

0772 313 617 or

0712 684 279 or

the office on 77972.