Mr Bheki Majahana and Mrs Samkeliso Sibanda, along with their son Wayne and daughter Victoria, moved onto campus in early December. Bheki will be teaching accounting and is an avid archer who has competed in the National NASP archery tournament. The greatest feeling for him in education is hearing the magic words, “I now understand it, Sir.”

“A few years ago I was suddenly struck by an epiphany, that we are our values and the works of our hands are just a reflection of our values from a state of intangible to a tangible form. This has led me to a path of questions, what values lie behind our respect for Great leaders? What values lie behind our respect for a German engine? The greatest teachers teach values and this is the vein from which flows my passion for teaching whether I am in the classroom or on the archery range. Society can be improved one value at a time.”

Should you wish to chat to Bheki directly, please feel free to contact him via


Known as the “Green Machine” in the Eventing circuit, K’li has been our Head of Equestrian at the Treverton Equestrian Centre since March 2019.

Horses are in her blood. Her family has been involved in the Equestrian industry for generations, owning and breeding racehorses from the 1960’s to 1997 in Zimbabwe. K’li was gifted with her first pony, Popcorn, at the age of 3, and after that many great horses who helped her become the horse woman she is today. She joined Pony Club when she was 10 years old, was an active member of the Noodsberg branch, representing at the Prince Philip Games and Regional Inter-Branch Competition.
She later joined the Ashburton branch and continued with Pony Club until 2016.

After matriculation, she worked a season on a Thoroughbred Stud Farm, gaining invaluable knowledge and hands on experience. She then managed a farm, livery yard and started a riding school before taking up the post at Treverton.

K’li discovered the adrenalin rush of eventing during her junior years and has continued with it into her adult career. She is currently competing a novice warmblood mare, Escada, and is excited to see what the future holds for her. One of her passions in life, is sharing her love of all things equine, and helping others achieve their goals and dreams.

Her accolades include:
#Full Pony Club Colours in Showjumping, Equitation and Dressage
#Pony Club AH Efficiency
# Kwazulu-Natal SANESA for Eventing, Dressage, Showjumping, Equitation and Working Hunter teams.
#Kwazulu-Natal Junior Novice Eventing Team
# Kwazulu-Natal and Mpumalanga Adult Novice Eventing Teams.

“When I’m not horsing around, you will find me pottering around my garden, behind my piano, book in hand or exploring the great outdoors. My mantra: ‘Be still, and every horse will tell you their story.’

Should you have any questions relating to horse riding and the Equestrian Centre for your child, please feel free to contact K’li directly via


On my walk around the campus over the weekend I was made aware again of how you all give of yourselves so freely and selflessly to make Treverton a real blessing to our pupils. The campus has never looked better in my time here, and the work that our maintenance, cleaning and support staff have put in over the past few months has been nothing short of remarkable. This creates a wonderful environment for kids to grow, learn and have fun. At Clewlow field, I passed Bheki teaching pupils to shoot with a bow and arrow, full of energy and enthusiasm. I then cut down past the veggie patch where Chris had the new pupils planting lots of new crops. On the Astro, Dean was going through the paces with the hockey players, with lots of laughter and chirping to go along with it as expected. Moving in down to the dam, Dave was overseeing a group of pupils having a great time out in the water whilst keeping an eye out for Charlie who was determined to push him into the water (which he succeeded in doing).
Moving up towards the pavilion, I passed Mantombi and the Harland prefects and grade 8s involved in fierce competition on the field in a game that I have never seen before but which seemed intensely exciting. Inside the pavilion, Samu and Kaitlyn were having tea with the Lind prefects and planning their strategies for the term. I thought I’d pop through the boys hostels on may way back home and found groups of boys having great conversations in cubicles, and an open, friendly welcome met me in both Harland and Jonsson. (And the rooms were tidy! On a Saturday!) As I headed past the Staples Centre, Carmen was in the shade under a tree chatting with Mihle.
Then, passing the sickbay on my way home, I heard screams of laughter from the Hudson Reed hall so I went over and ended up shooting a few hoops with the guys there before eventually making it home and collapsing on the couch. I know that Derek and a number of staff and pupils were at the same time kayaking down the Umkomaas river.
What an amazing place where we share our lives with the pupils and get to minister to them in such beautiful surroundings. Thank you staff for everything you all do!


Mr Kean Broom (College Headmaste