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Leavers 2000-2009

LEAVERS 2000-2009


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Andrew Ackerman studied law at Newcastle University and was reported in 2012 to be living in Newcastle -on-Tyne.

Donna Ackerman(PHG02) studied Interior Design in Perth, WA at TAFE. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bruce Adams(02) has an electrical engineering business in London.

Ian Aird(P04) was living in Cape Town but wrote in 2008: "I am now living in the Caribbean, and working as a sales manager for L & J Imports on the island of Antigua."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Murray Alexander(00) was farming in Raffingora. We hope he still is.

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Leavers 1995-1999

LEAVERS 1995 - 1999

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Mike Adams(M96) farmed at Beatrice after taking a year out in the UK, but is now serving in the British Army.

Graeme Adams(M96) is serving in the British Army.

Sandy Adams(PHG99) was with an accountancy firm in Zim and painting with Craig Bone years ago.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Brad Ade(S96) lives in London   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Leavers 1990-1994

LEAVERS 1990-1994

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Sardea Abdul (PHG92) did hotel management training at the Meikles Hotel in Harare before working in hotels in the UK. She was working as a flight attendant for Continental Airlines based in Newark, NJ (USA) and engaged to her travel partner James Stafford from Co Donegal, Ireland when she checked in during 2002.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sebastian Aicher(P94) did an IMM in Cape Town then taught English as a foreign languagein Taiwan. He is married and lives in Canada where he has his own company Bullseye Construction.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cliff Allison(E90) has moved to Dublin from London and works in IT.

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Leavers 1980-1989

LEAVERS 1980-1989

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Chris Aitchison (S85) was farming with his father on Impala Downs and Tcheneni farms in Doma.

Gary Aitchison (S85) owns a kapenta business on Cabora Bassa and is married with three children.

Jake Allison (E88) read law at Natal University.  He was a corporate lawyer in London at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer for 5 years specialising in mergers and acquisitions and has been a partner at Maples and Calder in the Cayman Islands since 2004.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nick Arnold ( E87) served in the Royal Marines for 10 years, but got married and returned to Salama Farm in Macheke until it was expropriated.  He was appointed Managing Director Middle East & Africa at GLOBAL Integrated Security a Global Strategies Group Company in March 2011 based in Dubai.

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Leavers 1970-1979

LEAVERS 1970-1979

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Alistair Abbey (F73) is married and lives in West Sussex.  He served in the RAF flying Phantoms before joining British Airways, where he is a B747 Captain. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Mike Addison (M72) is self-employed and living in London.

Jonothan "Jed" Aird (P71) was the GM of an aviation company in Dubai then ran a hat/T-Shirt factory based in Mazowe.  His son Ian, the boy in the family of triplets, was at Peterhouse.  Jed runs a successful company Caribbean Island Properties in Antigua after leaving Zimbabwe in 2005.  www.caribbeanislandproperties.ag

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Leavers 1960-1969

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Gordon Abbey (F69) retired in 2009 after a career as a senior executive in the transport industry and lives in Johannesburg.

Nicholas Agg-Manning (P67) lives in Devon and runs the Landrover Experience in Exeter. He is married with three daughters.

Roddy Agg-Manning (P65) was commissioned in the British Army, but was invalided out after being involved in a serious tank training accident worked very successfully in insurance in London. He married Susan (nee Cliff ) who was from Kenya in 1980 and they moved back to Kenya where Roddy continued to work in insurance and had two children. Sadly, Roddy died on 23 December 1986 from a brain tumour. Susan has now remarried, and the family are still based in Kenya. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Keith Alexander (F64), the well-known and accomplished South African painter sadly died of an inoperable brain tumour in 1998. Keith died too young: he had so much more to offer and share.
Murray Alexander, Keith's elder brother, one of the first two boys at the school, who stayed at the Rector's Lodge in 1954 while the rest of the school was being built, met Alan Watkins at the hospital while visiting Keith.

Rod Anderson (66) has lived since 1977 in Cape Town where he trained as a clinical psychologist and later as psychoanalyst. Rod is the Head of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry out patient unit at Red Cross Childrens Hospital. Helen and Rod Anderson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Andrews (F60) was reported to be working for the AA in Johannesburg.

John Annan (G62) is still with the Royal Air Force of Oman. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Leavers 1955-1959

LEAVERS 1955-1959

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Dr Richard Arnot (M59) is a successful rural general surgeon at Lismore, New South Wales.  He flies his own plane and his autobiography was published in 1998.  His brothers: Tim lives in Hilton, Natal and Nick lives in Somerset, UK. Richard originally practised medicine in the UK but moved to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  There he was in the wrong place at the wrong time when two nurses fell to their deaths from the balcony of his flat during a party.  He and his wife were held in prison while being investigated for murder in a country that invokes the death penalty.  They were cleared, but sentenced to be flogged for "social crimes."  Mercifully this was not carried out.  Richard has borne this burden and the attendant international media attention with great dignity and ABC TV did a program in 2000 on his ordeal.   http://www.abc.net.au/austory/transcripts/s141180.htm

Dick Arrowsmith (P59) who was a founder of the school passed away in the UK on 3 December 2011.  Dick was the husband of Dorothy and father of Rosemary, Anthony and Michael and was well known for over 50 years in the Zimbabwe tobacco industry.

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