Cadets Pledge

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When Cadets are recruited into the organization, they are asked to adopt our pledge which becomes the guiding principles that they undertake and strive to live by.  The cadets pledge is as follows: I pledge my commitment to the ways of the Cadets A cadet is guided by principles of integrity.   A cadet perseveres. A […]

Awards Ceremony 2019

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On Saturday, 30 November 2019, The Supreme Cadets Institute welcomed over 150 guests to our annual awards ceremony at Sefako Makgatho Primary School.  We celebrated our Cadet’s achievements and motivated them to continue on their path of excellence. Awards were given for various categories including Academics, Brass Band, Drum Majorettes, Punctuality, Attendance and Leadership. Angelica […]

Cadet Recruitment 2020

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As the Supreme Cadets program has come to the end for the year, we started our recruitment process for new and old cadets, for the year 2020. The Institute strives to grow and have an impact in as many children’s lives. Subsequently, for 2020 we have decided to increase the number of intakes in 2020 and involve more schools […]

The Big Walk 2019

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The first week of October is National Recreational week in South Africa. On Sunday, 6th October 2019, the Supreme Cadets Institute (SCI) participated in the Big Walk which happens annually on the first Sunday of October for recreational week in the City of Tshwane. The big walk is part of a series of activities undertaken […]

Pheli Colourful Run and Fun Walk

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The Pheli Colourful Fun Walk and Run is a seven-kilometer (km) fun-walk hosted annually in the community of Atteridgeville at Moroe Park by Black Child Events which is a local organization that has developed an interest for community empowerment activities and general health exercise through sports involvement within the community of Atteridgeville. The Pheli Colourful […]

SCI Classroom Project (Phase 1)

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According to the Department of Education, the recommended maximum number of school pupils to educator ratio for South African Primary schools is 40:1. However, for most public schools in South Africa, overcrowding in classrooms is a reality for both school learners and educators. Most of the public schools particularly in disadvantaged areas, have overcrowded classrooms […]