Rondebosch Boys' High School

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Teams named for 2023 African Amateur

GolfRSA National Squad member and No 1-ranked Yurav Premlall will make his debut for South Africa in the GolfRSA Senior Protea Team at the African Amateur Stroke Play Championship at the magnificent Leopard Creek in February 2023.

CAPE TOWN, 10 December 2022 – GolfRSA National Squad members Yurav Premlall, Jack Buchanan (of Rondebosch Boys' High School) and Amilkar Bhana, as well as Keagan Crosbie will wear the green and gold for the first time when they debut for South Africa in the African Amateur Stroke Play Championship at the magnificent Leopard Creek in 2023.

The quintet has been named to the GolfRSA Senior and Junior Protea teams that will represent the country in the 54-hole team competition that is played concurrently with the first three rounds of the 72-hole international stroke play championship from 6 – 9 February.

“Our GolfRSA Senior Protea Team will feature our top four ranked amateurs, namely Yurav, our reigning SA Amateur and SA Stroke Play champions Kyle de Beer and Jono Broomhead and Aldrich,” said South African Golf Association (SAGA) President Henk Smith.

“Keagan, Jack and Amilkar debut on the GolfRSA Junior Protea Team alongside Dan Bennett, a member of our 2021 junior team. All eight golfers have performed consistently well this season and we excited to see them in action at Leopard Creek.

“The championship annually draws a large number of top-ranked international amateurs and we have witnessed some fantastic battles in the team competition since the first event in 2016. We are confident that have selected two strong teams to lead the South African challenge. It is a wonderful opportunity to give these rising talents the chance to compete against the top competitors from abroad.”

Premlall reached the No 1 position on the GolfRSA Open Rankings in a season where he never finished outside the top 10. Not only did he win three times on home soil, but he enjoyed his first international success in the MCB Indian Ocean Open in Mauritius in October.

Potgieter made his South African debut in the World Amateur Team Championship in France this year. In addition to his record-setting victories on the GolfRSA Junior circuit and a pair of wins on the Open Amateur circuit, Potgieter became only the third South African to lift The Amateur Championship title, joining Jovan Rebula (2018) and Bobby Cole (1966).

The pair also did the country proud serving on the International Team in the Junior Presidents Cup, contributing 4.5 of the team’s 11 points.

De Beer is the only member of the victorious 2022 Senior Protea side to return for duty, while Broomhead will make his third appearance for South Africa. The pair shared in the GolfRSA Protea Team’s record 24th victory in the Africa Region 5 Golf Tournament in Angola in May, while Broomhead won the Individual Competition in the 2022 All Africa Golf Team Championship in Egypt, where Team South Africa placed second.

“We are quite excited about the GolfRSA Junior Protea Team named for the 2023 African Amateur Stroke Play Championship,” said Smith.

“Earlier this year, Dan was a member of the GolfRSA Junior Protea Team that swept to a 29-stroke victory in the All Africa Junior Championship in Egypt, and went on to claim a fourth-place finish in the prestigious Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Japan. We believe the three rookies on the team will benefit greatly from his experience at international level, and his knowledge of the championship course at Leopard Creek.”

Crosbie and Buchanan both enjoyed breakout seasons, rising to second and third respectively on the GolfRSA U-19 Rankings, while Bhana, at fourth in the standings, continues to impress.

Gauteng North’s Crosbie not only won twice on the GolfRSA Junior circuit this year, but he also reeled in four top five finishes in his other eight starts that saw him vault into the top four. Buchanan, a member of the victorious Western Province teams in the Premier SA and SA U-19 Inter-Provincials last year, racked up six top 5 finishes at home, and also performed well abroad, finishing seventh in the English U-18 Amateur Championship and 14th in the Carris Trophy.

Bhana, the winner of the Reply Italian International U-16 Championship in 2019, has been one of our most consistent players on the GolfRSA Junior circuit for a few years now. Once again, despite academic pressure and a limited schedule, he produced six top fives, including two runner-up finishes and a joint third in the Nedbank Junior Challenge this year.

“The African Amateur Stroke Play Championship presents us with a fantastic opportunity to give our leading Open and Junior amateurs the chance to test themselves against top international competition, and we applaud the selection committee on their selections,” said GolfRSA CEO Grant Hepburn. “They have named eight in-form amateurs to fly the flag for South Africa, who are thoroughly deserving of the honour, and I am confident that these teams will do us proud at Leopard Creek.”

The GolfRSA Senior Protea Team will be managed sports psychologist Theo Bezuidenhout, who works with the GolfRSA National Squad, while biokineticist and national squad fitness trainer Gavin Groves will look after the Juniors.

Bennett will be the Senior Team reserve, and fifth-ranked Jaden Deltel from Bryanston Country Club the Junior Team reserve.

GolfRSA Senior Protea Team
Yurav Premlall (Glendower Golf Club | Open Amateur Ranking: 1)
Kyle de Beer (Port Elizabeth Golf Club | Open Amateur Ranking: 2)
Jono Broomhead (Durban Country Club | Open Amateur Ranking: 3)
Aldrich Potgieter (Pinnacle Point Estate | Open Amateur Ranking: 4)

GolfRSA Junior Protea Team
Keagan Crosbie (Centurion Country Club | Under-19 Ranking: 2)
Jack Buchanan (Milnerton Golf Club | Under-19 Ranking: 3)
Amilkar Bhana (Country Club Johannesburg | Under-19 Ranking: 4)
Daniel Bennett (Royal Durban Golf Club | Under-19 Ranking: 11)
Congratulations to Wikus Potgieter, who has won Gold in the 100m Backstroke, at the U20 Region 5 Youth Games.
Rondebosch Boys’ High School
Cheers for Boots

In June of 2022, Rondebosch Boys’ High School, was approached by Mr Mike Mavovana, the inspiring Headmaster of Hector Pietersen High School, to assist with its drive to create a pervasive sports programme at the school. Mike Senior is the father to Rondebosch Boys’ High School legend, Mike Junior, who played school, provincial and national rugby, and has gone on to represent Maties at University. Mike Junior was a record-breaking 100m sprinter and a prolific try scorer in the very good school side of 2015 and 2016.

Drawing from his own children’s experience with sport, Mike Senior’s vision is to build sport and to provide excellent facilities at his school, and thereby make a social impact on the Walacedene youth. His challenge is that his school is hugely under-resourced, whereby 1332 learners and several sporting codes, have to vie for time on the single field available to them. In a community where buying boots for sport is far out of their reach, Mike’s appeal was for a donation of second-hand rugby boots for the girls’ and boys’ teams. While this appeal was being responded to by Rondebosch Boys’ High School's Outreach Society, our cheerleaders won a sum of cash in the KFM Sanlam Marathon War Cry Competition, and the leadership from Matric 2022 asked if a portion of their winnings could be used to give back to the sporting ambitions of learners at a school that lacked the resources available at Rondebosch. In a moment of perfect synergy, this led to the Matrics donating R20 000 of their winnings, and the amount which was supplemented by the Outreach Society who had raised R10 000 in the course of the year. One of our Rondebosch parents works for TFG and suggested we approach them for vouchers from Totalsports, so that the school could buy boots in bulk. Totalsports very generously added R25 000 to the pot, and this has left Hector Pietersen High School with the enviable conundrum of what equipment to purchase. Although how to spend the windfall is entirely up to Mike and his team, at a thumb suck, R55 000 at R500 per pair could buy 110 boots! We are proud as a school whose being is deeply embedded in sport, and where our boys derive so much joy from playing, that we are able to pass some of the love of the game on to another generation.

Thank you to the boys for shouting their lungs out to win the funds, to Totalsports for their immense generosity, and to KFM and its listeners for recognising the Rondebosch Boys’ High School gees to a point where all of this became possible. This is just the tip of the ice for Mike Mavovana, and we appeal to other schools and communities to find out how they can help develop the courts and fields to realise his dream for the learners of Hector Pietersen High School.

Shaun Simpson
Rondebosch Boys’ High School

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Operating as usual


Wishing our Jewish community g’mar chatima tovah 💙💛

May this day of reflection and repentance bring you inner peace and a renewed spirit 🙏🏽


Today is a day where we get to celebrate South Africa’s stunning cultural heritage and our amazing diversity 🇿🇦

The rich cultural differences and melting pots of colours, languages, and beliefs is what makes our beautiful land unique and special 🌈

“Our rich and varied cultural heritage has a profound power to help build our nation.” - Nelson Mandela

Happy Heritage Day! 💙💛

Illustration from the talented

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 22/09/2023

Bok Friday spirit! 🇿🇦

Photo credits: Muhammad Patel & teachers

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 22/09/2023

A massive thank you to for their incredibly generous donation towards our Gift of the Givers food drive! 🥣🥳🙏🏻

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 22/09/2023

A huge congratulations to Naadir Mowzer (Grade 12), Chilton Yip (Grade 12) and Nicholas Schreiber (Grade 11) who took part in the Proverto Accounting Olympiad 📝 This is a national Olympiad that is entered by thousands from many different schools across the country 🇿🇦

The boys achieved the following outstanding results:

Grade 12: 1st Naadir Mowzer
2nd Chilton Yip

Grade 11: 1st Nicholas Schreiber

Well done boys! 🏆🥳


A massive congratulations to Thomas Macdonald who placed 1st for Grade 10 in the country for the UJ Finance and Investment Olympiad! 🥇🥳


2024 TEACHER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: MATHEMATICS Rondebosch Boys’ High School, in conjunction with Epoch & Optima Trusts, is offering an exciting teacher internship position for aspiring Mathematics teachers in 2024. Qualified teachers are unfortunately not eligible. This opportunity allows for a real teaching experience in a highly fun...

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 18/09/2023

Wishing Zack Waters (Grade 12) the best of luck as he represents South Africa at the ISRC (NTERNATIONAL SURF RESCUE CHALLENGE) this upcoming week 🏄🏼‍♂️

Zack travelled to South Padre Island, Texas (USA) last Friday with the South African Lifesaving Team. The team will compete at the event, which will be held over 3 days (20th, 21st and 23rd of September) and will see various countries racing against each other for the ISRC title 🏆🇿🇦


Wishing our Jewish community a very happy Rosh Hashanah 💙💛

May your year be happy, healthy and prosperous! 🍎🍯

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 15/09/2023

Results from the Pearson U19 Cricket Festival last week 🏏


Ubuntu Society presents…


Join us for an evening of art showcasing with tons of fun in-store! Make sure you don't pass up this opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Xhosa culture 🥳

Date: 15 September 🗓️
Time: 17:00 for 17:30-21:00 ⏰
Place: Memorial Hall, Rondebosch Boys’ High School 📍
Price: R20 💰

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 13/09/2023


The leaders of our cricket teams participating in festivals at the end of term 3 were spoilt with world-class insights from Rondebosch Old Boy, Gary Kirsten, on Thursday 12 September. The workshop focused on leadership, communication, team culture and looking at some cricket scenarios.

Thank you, Gary, for all you do for the boys and cricket at Rondebosch!



Congratulations to our tennis team who came 3rd place at the Independent Schools Tennis Tournament held from the 27th of August till the 1st of September in Sun City 🎾

Well done boys! 🏆


What’s happening this week 🗓️

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 11/09/2023

Squash results from 28 August - 1 September!

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 08/09/2023

Well done to our EGD boys who competed in the Provincial Skills Competition!

Benn McWilliam (Grade 11) placed 2nd and Luke Schalker (Grade 11) placed 3rd 🏅

Congrats boys! 🥳

Pictured: Benn McWilliam, Luke Schalker, Tauriq Petersen and Daniel Martin

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 04/09/2023

Abongile Nxazonke (Grade 11), who is sponsored by Sanlam Private Wealth on an Art Scholarship, got to spend two days with World-renowned master ceramic artist, Andile Dyalvane at his studios. What an amazing experience! Thank you Sanlam Private Wealth for your continued support! 🎨

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 04/09/2023

Well done to our boys for winning the U17 football tournament this weekend ⚽️🥳

Photo credits:


Wishing our Headmaster, Mr Simpson, a very happy birthday on his special day today 🎂🥳

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 31/08/2023

Last week the Music Department held its annual Prestige Music Concert in Mrs Veranza Joubert’s honour, who will retiring at the end of this year 🎶

Started in 2005 by Mrs Joubert, the evening hosts a variety of classical and jazz musical pieces. Adjudicated by Tertia Visser Downie, the boys performed various pieces to win 1 of 2 trophies 🏆

The Andrew Ford Trophy for Jazz was awarded to James Ford for his vocal performance of Orange Coloured Sky by Milton Delugg 🎤

The Emilio Farella Trophy for Classical Music was awarded to Joel Bencini who performed Dmitri Shostakovich’s Lyric Waltz on piano 🎹

It was a great honour and end to the evening to be serenaded by Veranza and Tertia, who performed 4 outstanding piano duets together 💐


Thirteen of our swimmers competed at the South African Short Course Swimming Championships over the weekend of 17th to the 19th of August 🏊🏼‍♂️

The boys competing were:
Taylor Luck (Grade 12)
Benn McWilliam (Grade 11)
Ilyaas Omar (Grade 11)
Luke Field (Grade 11)
Jeremy Labuschagne (Grade 11)
MJ Smit (Grade 10)
Troy McWilliam (Grade 10)
Nicholas Trower (Grade 9)
Alexander Benecke (Grade 9)
Noah Wollenschlaeger (Grade 9)
Connor Kinnear (Grade 9)
Andrew Gilbert ( Grade 8 )
Ben Sirin ( Grade 8 )

Special mention should be made of Taylor Luck, Nicholas Trower, Benn McWilliam, Troy McWilliam and Jeremy Labuschagne who all placed in the top 10 for some of their events, and specifically Taylor Luck who won gold in the 100m freestyle and 50m backstroke and silver in the 50m freestyle.  He was also part of the mixed 4x100m freestyle relay team who won silver 🏅

Taylor is currently in Israel representing South Africa at the Junior World Aquatics Swimming Championship and we wish him all the best for that 🇿🇦

Photo credits: Bronwyn Thompson

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 29/08/2023

Football results from the weekend ⚽️

Photo credits: 📸


A massive congratulations to Noa Duxbury ( Grade 8 ) who competed at the Western Cape Gymnastics Championships this past weekend. Noa was awarded a gold medal and achieved his Western Cape Colours in tumbling 👏🏼

He will also be representing the WC and competing at the SA champs at the end of September in Gauteng.

Well done Noa! 🥳

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 28/08/2023

Rugby results from the weekend 🏉

Photo credits: Caitlyn Walter, Bronwyn Thompson and 📸

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 28/08/2023

Hockey results from the weekend 🏑

Photo credits: Bronwyn Thompson


Another super successful morning selling donated flowers to raise money for the Grade 12 outreach trip to Zithulele! All flowers sold out with R7000 being raised towards the trip 🌿

Under the leadership of Mrs Annabelle Hill and Mr Dhiven Appalraju, from 30 September – 8 October 2023 fifteen of our Grade 12 learners are set to travel to Zithulele, a deeply rural part of the beautiful Eastern Cape. Here the group of volunteers will tutor Mathematics, English, Life Sciences, and Computer Skills to over 60 underprivileged high-school learners, within the Winter School Programme of Axium Education 📚

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 28/08/2023

Squash results from last week!


Tomorrow morning at 7:15 we’ll be selling flowers at the pool next to the coffee cart to raise money for the upcoming Grade 12 outreach trip to Zithulele. 🌿

Under the leadership of Mrs Annabelle Hill and Mr Dhiven Appalraju, from 30 September – 8 October 2023 fifteen of our Grade 12 learners are set to travel to Zithulele, a deeply rural part of the beautiful Eastern Cape. Here the group of volunteers will tutor Mathematics, English, Life Sciences, and Computer Skills to over 60 underprivileged high-school learners, within the Winter School Programme of Axium Education.



Two of our talented U16 cricketers, all rounder Daniel Bosman, and fast bowler Hlumelo Mgweba, are currently up I'm Pretoria at the Cricket South Africa Centre of Excellence for the weekend. They were invented to attend this prestigious camp as part of the U17 Talent Acceleration Programme.

Good luck and fly the Bosch flag high!

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 24/08/2023

Staff vs Exec Football ⚽️

Yesterday our Executive Council faced some of our staff members in their annual football match.

After much nail-biting excitement, the Execs ultimately won the match (in penalty shootouts) ending the staff’s 4-year winning streak!

Photo credits: Bronwyn Thompson

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 22/08/2023

Did someone say PJ Party? 🥳

As part of English week, our staff and students have been given the opportunity to wear their PJ’s today in order to raise money for literacy programmes and libraries at primary schools 📚

Swipe to see how they’ve aced the Bedtime Story PJ Party theme…

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 22/08/2023

The sound of applause fills the air as the curtains gently close on a truly unforgettable weekend of sold-out shows. 🎭

We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to every individual who joined us this past weekend, showing us unwavering support. And to our remarkable actors, your commitment and passion illuminated each and every performance, creating something truly magical. Your hard work shines brightly, and we can't help but feel excited about the possibilities that lie ahead! ✨

Photo credits: Darcy Schellhorn

Photos from Rondebosch Boys' High School's post 21/08/2023

Rugby results from the weekend 🏉

Photo credits: 📸


A look at the week ahead 🗓️


Wishing all our swimmers competing in the SA Short Course Championships this weekend the best of luck! 🏊🏽‍♂️

Photo credits: Bronwyn Thompson


Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Ryder Kossatz (WBHS) as they honour his memory today.

Our boys have expressed their heartfelt condolences to all those who knew and loved Ryder, by flying our flag at half mast and leaving flowers in his honour 💙

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