He has been performing his life story for 18 years internationally on stage, radio and television and made it his life’s task to create awareness with regard to substance abuse especially among the youth.
The aim of the visit was to raise awareness about the different crimes affecting the school and the area.
The pupils are joining the ever-growing number of schools embracing the Smart Club concept.
All attendees agreed that the participants for the night dazzled on stage as they showcased their amazing talent.
The principal of the school, Mr S Pillay, complimented the prefects and wished them well during their term.
CANSA teamed with the school’s fun walk planning committee after pupils had asked to do something different this year in terms of the fun walk and activities surrounding the walk.
The Anti-Drug Forum in conjunction with the Smart Club incorporates the principles of Freedom Day by canvassing the fight against the scourge of substance abuse currently savaging our communities, schools and families.
This was part of an innovative education programme which was held at the Moorton Library.
Communications officer of Wentworth SAPS, Cpt Mbuso Gumede said the operation started with patrols in a vehicle convoy and foot patrols at the Hime Street flats, and stop and searches were conducted.
The South Durban basin conducted the programme in partnership with Safer Cities, who assisted with regards to raising awareness on bullying and child abuse.
The pupils completed an advanced course in mathematical problem solving over a series of Saturdays and proudly received certificates for their stellar achievements.