WINDHOEK - Jan Möhr Secondary School, which entered the Bank Windhoek BizzKids competition for the first time this year, has secured three spots in the top ten finalists.
The five learners are Amalia Cloete (14), trading as A CEE Lips, Georgina Biwa (14), Lucinda Louw (13) and Nabila Serogwe (14) trading as The Rainbow Girls and De’Andre Delie (14) trading as Spooky Delights.
Morna Ikosa, Communication Practitioner at Bank Windhoek says Amalia Cloete will be making home-made lip balms from natural ingredients such as honey. They come in different flavours and colours and do not only soften lips, but help them to heal from dryness.
De’Andre Delie and his team will be making “sweet, delicious and mysterious cupcakes, fang sweets, cookies, fudges, eye ball doughnuts, for the adventurous and fearless”. De’Andre will also be selling chocolate/condense milk syringes, also known as “spuite”, which are popular amongst children.
The Rainbow Girls will be selling elegant jewelry made from colorful beads and elastic crystalline.
The jewelry includes earrings, necklaces, rings and ankle bracelets. Other products include: bags, bookmarkers, frames, name plates and object holders. The photo frames also come with a magnetic strip, which can be placed on fridges. All the products are hand-made.
“I am so proud of our learners. I cannot wait to see them at the Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair,” says Entrepreneur and Accounting teacher at Jan Möhr, Leandre Jeftha. Exhibitions at the Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair are scheduled on August 4 and 5 August at the SKW Sports Grounds in Olympia.