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Sea Cadets give teens a chance

The Sea Cadets from TS Saldanha Learners recently signed the Code of Conduct that will be remembered annually and by generations to come.

The Naval Sea Cadets programme is a national youth leadership programme dedicated to providing training in practical life skills, leadership, community involvement and seamanship as well as the nautical and maritime skills, while following the traditions and customs of the South African Navy.

Saturday 14 September marked the signing of the Code of Conduct for the Sea Cadets from Training Ship (TS) Saldanha Learners.

The day was also the commissioning of TS Saldanha, with the new Officer Commanding, Commander Luigi le Roux, an ex-TS Lanherne Sea Cadet and an accomplished Combat Naval Officer, who has stepped up and volunteered to command and establish the Sea Cadets of TS Saldanha.

“What I see before me is a nation building initiative programme that creates pride, values and discipline,” said Inspecting Officer, Lieutenant Commander A.G. von Zeil (PB, JCD).

“Thus the Sea Cadets provide an opportunity for young people, aged 13 to 17 years, to develope into resilient, confident young people, who can launch well in today’s complex and often overwhelming world.

“It further instills strong moral character and life skills through leadership and technical programmes modelled after the Navy’s professional development system.”

Lt Cdr Von Zeil further expressed his delight at seeing TS Saldanha grow and develop into one of the most active units in the country.

“May TS Saldanha have fair winds and following seas.

“Bless all who will sail with her,” he said.

– Lt S.P. Khuzwayo, SAS Saldanha

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