Awards for top African Studies students

19 May 2008 | Story by Chris McEvoy

prize winners
Awarded: The Centre for African Studies awarded prizes to some of its top students. Pictured here (from left) are Ronen Agranat, Thokozani Mhlambi, Prof Brenda Cooper, Director of CAS, Kende Kefale, Fabian Saptouw and Siona O'Connell

UCT's Centre for African Studies held a prize giving ceremony for its top students at the centre on 16 May.

The 2007 Harry Oppenheimer Scholarship and award for master's and doctoral African studies students, was awarded to BSocSc honours student Rumbi Goredema and master's student Fabian Saptouw, who received R10 000 each.

The Jack Simons Bursary, which is worth R10 000, was awarded to postgraduate Diploma of African Studies student Kende Kefale.

Top achiever awards were also given to Ronen Agranat, Siona O'Connell and Thokozani Mhlamba, who each received a book of their choice.

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