2012 Bursary Competition and Top Performing Schools in Accounting and Economics Awards

2012
(Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
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Alistair Pearce: Nedbank, MEC Alan Winde: Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, and Remo Moyo:Nedbank, with the top 3 bursars.   Guests at the Bursary Awards Ceremony sang along to the National Anthem at the Westin Hotel on 24 March 2012
     
 
Bloekombos High School received a R50 000 award for ranking amongst the top 5 best performing schools in Accounting and Economics.   12 award recipients received bursaries up to R75 000 to study further in the field of Finance and Economics.
 
 

Ihsaan Bassier: Rondebosch Boys High School, placed 1st in the bursary competition. He won an additional R10 000.

  MEC Alan Winde congratulates competition winner Ihsaan Bassier.
     
 
Livingstone High School received a R50 000 award for ranking amongst the top 5 best performing schools in Accounting and Economics.   Nedbank's Remo Moyo addresses the guests at the Westin Hotel.
     
 
Masibambane High School received a R50 000 award at the ceremony.   MEC Winde greets a learner and his parents at the Award Ceremony.
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