Happy (Gregorian) new year!

Cape Town madrichim and chanichim on machaneh Hayinu K'Cholmim

By Jessica Conné

Bnei Akiva Cape Town ended 2023 with a year-long awaited bang: Machaneh Hayinu K’Cholmim.

Feigie Shaman, Rephael channie, said, “You’re always told that your last year of camp is the best, and you never can actually understand that until you go through it, and it truly was life-changing.”

Talia Zolty, a channie of our newest shichva (Re’im), said, “It felt incredible to feel like we were a part of something bigger than ourselves. Getting our name, made camp feel like I had one big family.”

Mazal Tov to Leah Hepple, newly appointed Cape Town Chair of Bnei Akiva South Africa for 2024! And to our matric madrichim embarking on gap years, mazal tov and behatzlacha! We will miss you but are excited to hear all about your adventures!

Kadimah Bnei Akiva! 

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