Eskom Expo for Young Scientists: Results
4th August 2016

Congratulations to the young scientists who showcased amazing talent at the 2016 Grahamstown Regional Final, 30 July.

Gold award winners: Sara Goodes (VGHS), Meeca Green (VGHS), Emma Goodes (VGHS), Sebastian Amner (GC), Tshepo Madigoe (AG)

Silver award winners: Asemahle Thomas and Khululekile Cekiso (MWHS), Shaelyn Walker (VPS), Mvuzo Xashimba (KDSSS), Zoe Lang (VGHS), Lauren Carmichael (DSG), Julia Grewar and Jamie Delport (VGHS), Uwimbabazi Keza (VGHS), Quinlan Caiger and Veer Bills (KC), Diana Dixie and Hannah Loggie (DSG), Asanele Yapi (MWHS), Laaiba Anjum and Lauren Poole (DSG), Asiza Memani and Lutholwethu Ntshebe (NMPS)

Bronze award winners: Mihle Gadu (VGHS), Anathi Mazamisa and Sibusiso Sopofu (NPHS), Ayabulela Fulani and Mihle Maxhwane (NPHS), Kayle Olivier (VGHS), Asisipho Mnyungula (MWHS), Thobelani Maphazi (KKCS), Francoise Marais and Lisa Madikiza (KC), Kabelo Mosola (THS), Janet Okoh (VGHS), Mzwamadoda Mbongwa (KKCS), Sarah Stevenson and Saffron Gifford (DSG), Sesethu Mqombothi (VGHS), Mincili Nelani (VGHS), Gabriel Walsh (SAC), Hlumile Kondile and Cleopatra Ntuthu (DSG), Ben Maposa (KC), Gugu Xozwa (VGHS), Sinovuyo Bacela and Chantel Diko (NMPS), Henning van Zyl and Tariq Rouhani (KC), Alizwa Tuko and Troy Birch (PAHS)

Merit award winners: Sivuyisiwe Tinga (NHS), Robyn Hendricks (VGHS), Alyssa Davis and Gemma Knott (PAHS), Sikelela Boqwana (WBRSSS), Siphenathi Mkhosi (NHS), Babalwa Ntuta (VGHS), Luyolo Noyila (GC), Yonga Mxatule (KKCS), Cassandra Hillman (VGHS), Lucia Opperman (DSG), Liyabona Nqumani (VGHS), Aiden Meyer and Johannes Griesel (KC), Avumile Yako and Azola Ndawuni (MWHS)

Eskom best energy project: Luphumlo Paul (LSSS)

Eskom best energy efficiency project: Henning van Zyl and Tariq Rouhani (KC)

Eskom best project by a female participant: Sara Goodes (VGHS)

Eskom best development project: Mvuzo Xashimba (KDSSS)

Rhodes University bursary winners: Sara Goodes (VGHS), Meeca Green (VGHS), Emma Goodes (VGHS), Sebastian Amner (GC), Tshepo Madigoe (AG)

Albany Business Machines award winner: Mvuzo Xashimba (KDSSS)

Carara Agro Processing Services award winners: Shaelyn Walker (VPS), Mzwamadoda Mbongwa (KKCS), Sarah Stevenson and Saffron Gifford (DSG)

C.M. Heunis Building Contractors award winners: Sebastian Amner (GC), Asanele Yapi (MWHS), Sara Goodes (VGHS)

EOH Coastal & Environmental Services award winner: Sebastian Amner (GC)

Hi-Tec Security award winners: Tshepo Madigoe (AG), Lauren Carmichael (DSG)

Pick n Pay award winner: Kabelo Mosola (THS)

South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity book prize winners: Quinlan Caiger and Veer Bills (KC), Asisipho Mayungula (MWHS)

Wildlife and Environmental Society of Southern Africa, Sable Antelope Trophy: Sinovuyo Futuse (NSSS)

Wildlife and Environmental Society of Southern Africa, Meercat Trophy: Tshepo Madigoe (AG)

AG (Adelaide Gymnasium); DSG (Diocesan School for Girls); GC (Graeme College); KC (Kingswood College); KDSSS (Khutliso Daniels Senior Secondary School); KKCS (Kwa-Komani Comprehensive School); LSSS (Lingelihle Senior Secondary School); MWHS (Mary Waters High School); NPHS (Nkwanca Public High School); NHS (Ntabenkonyana High School); NMPS (Ntaba Maria Primary School); NSSS (Nombulelo Senior Secondary School); PAHS (Port Alfred High School); SAC (St Andrews' College); THS (Thubalethu High School); VGHS (Victoria Girls' High School); VPS (Victoria Primary School); WBRSSS (WB Rubusana Senior Secondary School)

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