Siphuxolo Melamane ( matriculated 2013 )

After just missing out on gaining entry into a bridging year at Stellenbosch is currently studying for a degree in Agricultural Science at the Wellington division of Cape Peninsula University of Technology. He received a student’s loan which included his accommodation at residence. Siphuxolo in his spare time enjoys a relaxing round of golf at Wellington Golf course, where he has obtained membership. Siphuxolo still regards his 4 day cruise and exploration experience on board the SAS Agulhas research vessel as a highlight of his schooling years. He won the trip on board as a result of winning the prize for the best Science project, chosen by the Department of Environment affairs.

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