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7th Mar 2019

Train Journeys to St Andrew’s College, Grahamstown, in the 1950s By Wenman John (Katie) Coke (Mullins 1954)

Train Journeys to St Andrew’s College, Grahamstown, in the 1950s By Wenman John (Katie) Coke (Mullins 1954) Old Preppies, Edward Coke the 7th Earl of Leicester and his brother John Coke with their wives.  The Coke brothers paid Prep a visit in November 2014 whilst Edward Coke attended his 50th reunion at College.  Recollections by Johnny Coke of […]

24th Jan 2019

Mark Patterson (Upper 1969) taking part in the Asian Le Mans

Mark Patterson (Upper 1969) raced on 12 January 2019 in the 4Hours of Buriram during the Asian Le Mans Series. Please CLICK HERE for highlights from this race.

23rd Jan 2019

Snaps Mafanya (Espin 2002) studying towards his MBA at Oxford University

Congratulations to Sinethemba Snaps Mafanya (Espin 2002) who started with the Executive MBA programme at the Saïd Business School in Oxford University in September 2018. We wish you all the best with your studies!

21st Jan 2019

Up for an extreme sporting challenge?

John Michael Tawse (Espin 1978) founded two of South Africa’s more extreme sporting events. The first official Skyrun took place in 1997 with 15 participants but had to be cancelled at Snowdon Peak due to extreme weather conditions, gale force winds, snow and sleet.  The following year saw 27 finishers and 44 finishers in 1999.  The Wartrail Tri Challenge was […]

18th Jan 2019

Leopard Statue in Hout Bay

Did you know that the leopard statue in Hout Bay was created by OA, Ivan Mitford-Barberton (Espin 1912).  Read more HERE…

15th Jan 2019

The Old Andrean Who Gave the World the Deep Level Underground Railway

By Peter Ball There are not many South Africans who have been honoured by having a statue of themselves erected in London… writes Peter Ball from The Heritage Portal. Only two come readily to mind and they are Jan Smuts and Nelson Mandela, whose statues stand proudly in Parliament Square, Westminster. However, there is a […]