Vigil Mass- Bidding Farewell to Fr. Peter Malec SDB

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First General PTA Meeting 2015

Mapalo-022Mansa (ZAMBIA) 10/04/2015. The Management of Don Bosco Secondary School conducted the First General PTA Meeting for the year 2015. Some 300 parents turned up for this general meeting that had  as its main agenda the revision of the 2014 school projects and the revision of the objectives and goals of the PTA.The meeting began at 10:00 hrs with the presence of all the PTA executives who met at the Deputy Head’s Office to coordinate the final draft of the Agenda. The Head of Departments (HoDs) were all present together with the Acting School Manager, Fr Javier Barrientos, and the School Deputy Head, Mrs. Daka. Continue reading First General PTA Meeting 2015

DBS-Sports Events

Sports-024Mansa (ZAMBIA) 21-22/03/2015. MANSA DISTRICT INTER SCHOOL SPORTS COMPETITION. 40 Pupils have represented Don Bosco Secondary School in the Inter-School Sports Competition organised at the District Level. The event took place at Mansa Secondary School in Mansa. The pupils were trained and guided by teachers Mumba, Muluka, Chileba and Br Francois Rakotomalala SDB. The sports competition lasted for two days and the school came out in the 6th position. 10 pupils from Don Bosco Secondary School were selected to represent Mansa District at the Provincial level at the Games organised in Samfya. On Monday, pupils were greeted by the school in full and honoured for their participation in the sports event.

EXODUS & EVERLASTING LIFE

 

“Exodus and Everlasting Life” is the name of the mime performed by DON BOSCO MEDIA CLUB, Bauleni Youth, Lusaka on 24th October 2014.  On the glorious day of Golden Jubilee of Zambia’a Independence, Don Bosco Media Club came up with this mime, connecting the event of exodus, crossing of Red Sea and the Independence of Zambia.  The whole crowd enjoyed the performance.  Every one was thrilled to see the mime.  The student artists of Don Bosco Media Club used ‘death masks’ for the mime and those masks were created by them.  Though the stage properties were little, they used their bodies well.  Dinosaur which symbolized the Evil forces or the Multi National Companies that are bringing neo -colonialism, attracted the crowd.  When the “Freedom Statue” was formed at the end of the play, a big boisterous clap was seen.  This is the growth of Theater what Don Bosco himself encouraged, in Bauleni.  We planned to capture this mime and will be uploaded.  The other mimes are in net. Search for ‘mime in Zambia’ in net and you will see the gradual growth of this budding artists. Untitled-1 aatitled-1