MySchool general manager Pieter Twine, Bulumko Konzani, teacher Neliswa Mvumvu, Liyabona Joyi, teacher Thuliswa Nobhenxe, programme co-ordinator at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa Nicole Watson and Landmarks race director Ted Vickery.

For the past ten years, Cape Community Newspapers, which publishes this paper and 14 sister titles has been the print media partner of the Woolworths/MySchool Move for Health campaign through which we encourage youngsters – as well as parents and teachers – to start practising health habits. The campaign culminates in a 6km fun run which is part of the Landmarks half marathon event organised by Western Province Cricket Club’s running division. Part of the campaign includes a mass participation challenge through which schools which have the highest number of participants can win prizes. This year the winner in the category for schools with an enrollment of fewer than 400, was once again Ottery Youth Care Centre, while Chapel Street Primary School took the top spot in the category for schools with more than 400 pupils. Hout Bay-based after-school programme Ikhala le Themba won R4000 for coming in second place in the category for schools with fewer than 400 pupils.