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  • http://www.nashua-communications.com Edwin Madara

    Could we perhaps get a portal for uploading bygone captured moments during our time at the mission. Am sure they could be exciting

    • Lance Guma

      Good idea, working on developing this.

    • Lance Guma

      Good idea, working on developing this.

  • Mafukidzet

    Guys … I love this.

  • Ntokozo Dlodlo, 1988 – 1993

    Wow! Beautiful. I wonder if a lot of people know about this.

    • Mandla Mkwananzi

      Are Ntokozo Dlodlo who went to Inzwananzi primary School with people like Never Nyamaredzi, Dumisani Mlilo Bekezela Moyo etc.

  • Max34

    This is impressive. I enjoyed my time in Cyrene 1980 – 1984 Gone are the good times when things were superb. Seeing the pictures makes me shed a tear. May Fr Neil John Pierce rest in peace. Thanks for everything


  • http://www.facebook.com/persy.shoko Persy Shoko

    This is great.. m excited.. 98-03

  • Tonde Chikumbo

    Wow…keep the light shining! Proud to be part of the family…98-2001

  • B. Zembic

    Loved the life at Cyrene in the early 90s living with Neil Pierce and Christine. I imagine everyone’s retired by now, except Neil, may he rest in peace.

  • Kudakwashe Takundwa 2004-2007

    Great stuff @ times i miss the good old days at Cyrene. Hope more people will knw abt ths viva cyrenians…

  • jimmy

    The 80s’ 86-89 wow,introduction of the upper level, the Thabolo,Masvingo,Mayers,Murdock-Eaton,Heeda, Dube & Neil, not always good times though with cabbages with millipedes, but it’s a memorable time.

  • Anna

    Please consider supporting the school by selling prints or digital images of art from the chapel. The art is lovely and could be quite profitable! Be sure to properly license the images (for your protection) prior to beginning online sales!

  • Trymore Sibanda

    The school has a CHAPEL which was declared a national monument, this should have been established a while ago, but it’s a great platform….I love it…..I was there for 6 years since 2006……Hopefully all former Cyreneans are letting their shine where ever there are in this world…..I am residing in South Africa and believe me, I will soon be visiting the school with my South African friends….Remember “ONCE A CYRENEAN ,ALWAYS A CYRENEAN”…..

    • Divine Snoop-Div Ngwenya

      Tira manigga this is really great i was just flicking through and this just brings memories