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THE KERRY CAPSTICK-DALE STUDENT
LEADERSHIP AWARDS

2009  Sara Reith and Christopher Ryall
2010  Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh and Dylan van Vuuren
2011  Jessica Price and Vuyane Mhlomi
2012  Stephanie Venter and Jeremy Rose
2013 Daniel B. Sive and Emma A. Selfe
2014 Tinashe Chandauka1 and Dalisu Jwara
2015 Chelsea Bruk-Jackson and Danielle Ferrar
2016 Lisa Fadzai Kabasa and Chanda Chungu

THE DWANE MARTIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

1986   Iain Barton
1987   Andrew Browne
1988   Peta Ann Teague
1989   Graham Herbert
1990   Tracey Dicker and Mark McGinley
1991   Dora Wynchank
1992   Christopher Barends
1993   Thulani Khanyile
1994   David Geral and Peter Koch
1995   Andrew Plastow
1996   David Martin
1997   Charles Ainslie and Bernhard Wessels
1998   Miles Giljam
1999   Ntsikelelo Funani
2000   Lindiwe Magubane
2001   Timothy Harris
2002   Karabo Moloko
2003   Gerald Gondo
2004   Dominique Pitot de la Beaujardiere
2005   Napo Ramodibedi
2006   Nicholas Friedman
2007   Vincent Chambati
2008   Thulani Madinginye

  THE SIR RICHARD LUYT
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

1991   Christine van Niekerk
1992   Herman Wessels
1993   Jasandra Nyker
1994   Claire Rockliffe
1995   Mark Young
1996   Nickey Mothiba and Katlebo Sethabela
1997   Tshilidzi Nenutandani
1998   Pelesana Mphakalasi
1999   Khanyisa Fatyi
2000   Nontsikelelo Dinga
2001   Fortune Mojapelo
2002   Amanda Paton-Ash
2003   Julia Cloete
2004   Sharand Maharaj
2005   Taryn Potter
2006   Zukiswa Mqolomba
2007   Garikai Nyaruwata
2008   Garreth Bloor

ACKERMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION AWARD

2005   Kate Orkin
2006   Jones Gondo
2007   Tapiwa Tevera
2008   Robin Bentele
2010   Amanda Ngwenya and Tapiwa Tevera
2012   Sean Darge
2013   Rebecca Ilunga
2014   Chanda Chungu and Julia Norrish
2015   Olivia Wilkinson

THE CALTEX LEADERSHIP AWARD

2003   Mihlali Gqada

THE MARCUS MEMORIAL AWARD

1995   Claire Rockliffe

 

Foot note:
1 Tinashe Chandauka has since been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, which we're absolutely delighted about, and has been accepted for a DPhil in Surgical Sciences at Oxford. He was also named one of the Mail and Guardian's 2016 Top 200 Young South Africans.