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Dina Natalia Da Silva Pedro Madeira Gonçalves 25/12/1965 - 09/06/2022

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Ms Dina Gonçalves, Head of Jeppe High School for Girls who passed away on, 9th June 2022, after a courageous battle with cancer. Dina served as a member of SAGSA exco and was a strong supporter of the SAGSA vision for many years. We hold all those whose lives were touched by her in our thoughts and prayers.

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2022 SAGSA Conference

2019 SAGSA Conference


Gautrain CEO Mr Jack van der Merwe addressing delegates at The Venue for the Gala Dinner.

A dynamic opening to the 2019 conference with Professor Adam Habib.
“Teachers are at the frontline of collective humanity.”

With her angel wings, Senior Executive Manager, Communications & Marketing Gautrain Management Agency, Dr Barber Jensen-Voster – On behalf of our travel partner, Gautrain – passionately reminds us to “never allow an opportunity to pass to tell our respective stories” and to protect our school’s brands in the best way possible.


Aarnout Brombacher taking the delegates through how machine learning will revolutionise insights into how students are learning and where their thinking and problem solving abilities may be going wrong.


Trevor Naidoo addressing the challenging topic of Discipline as a proactive process and how increasingly significant this conversation in is becoming, particularly around the increasing awareness around mindfulness and being present within the school arena. “Create safety nets for the children in your school’s.”


First day of the conference at the Park Inn: Wonderful lessons, ideas and thoughts around girls education. More patience and more empathy needed to help millennials believe in the human spirit. Educators are at the frontline of humanity. Thank you Kim Jansen for keeping the proceedings running exceedingly smooth.


Day 2 was jam packed with excellence. Receiving insights around ensuring we future-proof the generation operating in the 4IR, to legalities for schools and educators in the 4IR, meeting Pepper the humanoid, slowing down in a busy environment, the mobalisation of Girls across the world, to an exciting and inclusive initiative by Transcend Corporate Advisors. Charity Thursday included crocheting squares for 67 Blankets and finally, a divine dinner with the most envied view in Sandton at The Venue Greenpark. So much to take in and shape he conversation of girls education.