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Another successful science expo at Calvary Christian College

The learners put their heads together to prove that science is a solution.

The Endemic Science Expo, hosted by Calvary Christian College on May 10 and 11, was an explosive event.

The expo allows budding scientists the opportunity to solve problems within their community through science.

Celumusa Ntuli.

Project ideas ranged from security systems for the underprivileged to using algae as a biofuel to generate electricity.

Matibe Dzivhani and Thandolwethu Ngubane.

The judging panel consisted of seven experts from various fields of science and education.

Vhuthuhawe Rammbasa and Bladen Harwood.

The many prizes up for grabs included an inverter sponsored by Voltex to the value of R20 000 and a scholarship from Lunar Solar to the value of R15 000.

Simphiwe Nkambule.

Karabo Motloung from Calvary Christian College received the first prize for the younger students. His idea involved the hydrolysis of water into oxygen and hydrogen, where the oxygen would supply hospitals and the hydrogen used as an alternative energy source.

Kabelo Matlou, Daniel Zwane and Maropeng Mahlaba.

St Mary’s Waverley took first place among the older students, walking away with an inverter and other prizes.

A team from St Mary’s Waverley took first place in the FET category. They are with their judging panel Francois Joubert, Brett Gait and Lebogang Montjane of ISASA and teacher, Julia Pahl.

In 2025, the Endemic Science Expo intends to return bigger and better than in 2024.

Orabile Nkabinde.
Olwethu Ndlovu,Tea-Simone Hutchons and Ilanga Simwinwa.
Karabo Motloung takes home a R15 000 scholarship sponsored by Lunar Solar. He is seen with Francois Joubert and Nicole Naudé.
Cattleya and Maureen Govender.

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