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Cedar College of Education Graduation, 21 March 2015

CCE is linked to North-West University and once a year those who achieved that B.Ed degrees the previous year, come back to Kwasizabantu Mission for the official graduation. Since the students do the North-West University’s curriculum they are also issued degrees by the appropriate officials from NWU. Officials were: Prof Robert Balfour (Acting Rector), Prof…

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CCE graduation and 20th anniversary

On 15 March Cedar College of Education held its graduation in the Kwasizabantu auditorium. Rev Stegen gave a powerful devotion (will be uploaded soon). Functionaries on the stage included: Prof Barend Richter (Director of the School for National Science and Technology for Education of the NWU Campus); Dr Herman J van Vuuren (Director of the…

Cedar College Closes for 2012

CCE closed on 16th November for the year. It was also a time of saying goodbye to the 4th year students (10 in all). On Sunday 11 November the students sang for the mission and Rafiki gave a farewell speech on behalf of the 4th year students. The 4th year students had an outreach at…

CCE Music Evening

Many items were rendered, mostly by the college students and staff as well as DSS pupils and some others from the mission. The DSS music ensemble opened the evening with beautiful music being played on piano, violin, cello, flute and recorder. Many solo voice items were rendered, including items from Handel’s Messiah, a Romanian song…

CCE Graduation 2012

The mission teacher’s training college, CCE, had it’s 15th graduation on Friday, 23 March 2012. (see programme) There were 6 North-West University academics who participated. Professor Herman van Schalkwyk, Rector of North-West University in Potchefstroom, was the main speaker. He also gave the history of NWU which began in 1869 with 5 students and 2…

Mission College Opens 2011 Academic Year

The mission College has started the new academic year at the beginning of February. Never in the history of Cedar College of Education were so many applications received. CCE is growing as the Lord gives growth. Due to the shortage of accommodation facilities, only 24 new students could be accepted. They represent the following countries:…

4th Year College Students in the Western Cape

The annual CCE 4th-year outreach took place during the first two weeks of the July holidays. Our team of 2011 included 17 of the 4th-year students and 6 lecturers. We set out on a sunny Saturday morning, loaded with “padkos” and very excited. The trip was to be a circular route from Natal to Virginia…

CCE 4th Year Students’ Outreach

This year the students felt led by the Lord to go to the new KwaSizabantu mission Magqogo in the Tugela valley. The purpose of the outreach is to broaden the students’ missionary exposure and experience, and at the same time give them an opportunity to be partakers in spreading the Gospel, apart from their normal…

Mission College Expansion

Since the foundation of Cedar College of Education in the early ’90s, God has faithfully given growth. The current female student hostel is far too small and many were turned away this year due to the lack of sufficient accommodation. On completion, the new hostel will be able to accommodate 90 students together with flats…