L.A.P.A. Munnik – Tribute from Kent Durr

L.A.P.A. Munnik – Tribute from Kent Durr   I can only speak from my experience as a young new MPC for Constantia of Dr. L.A.P.A.Munnik MB.ChB (UCT)   As Administrator of the Cape Province he was most courteous and helpful and welcoming. He was proud of SACS...

Lionel Cohen (’33) 1 June 1914 – 10 April 2015

Lionel George Cohen, had rich and long life. It was as rich as it was long, and he passed away having reached his century …….. which is a fitting paradigm for someone who was such a passionate cricketer in his early years. Recently, just 3 years ago, his old school,...

Ian Jones

The South African-born London Welsh and Wales lock Ian Conin Jones has died at the age of 75. He won three Blues for Oxford University against Cambridge, twice faced the All Blacks and won one cap for Wales. Jones qualified for Wales via his grandparents and was...

Martin Singer

Small in stature but a giant of a person. His tireless dedication and single mindedness in his beliefs inspired many surgeons to greatness. His influence and passion now extends locally, nationally and internationally as his trainees have risen up to lead orthopaedic...

Dr Gerald Moller Lurie

by his nephew Jonathan Shifrin (’76)   Date of Birth: June 4, 1925 Date of Death: June 10, 2014 Age: 89 Current Town: Sarasota, FL Previous Towns: Born in Cape Town, South Africa, lived in Cape Town, United Kingdom and Rochester, New York Immediate Surviving...

Robin Douglas

By Alan Douglas   As a shy English-speaking boy in the predominantly Afrikaans community of Montagu, Robin may not have found his early school days altogether happy, but after a year as a boarder at Dryfe House under Stan Hunter and at Rosedale thereafter, he...