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Petreans

Petrean Listings

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.

Simon Arnold (E89) is married to Louise de Chassart (PHG92) and they had a baby in 2003. "S Arnold of Macheke" featured in a 2001 list of arrested farmers during the process of the family farm in Macheke being expropriated.  Simon was working on Louise's parents farm in Bromley when we last heard years ago.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Simon Back (P80) (brother-in-law of Nick Price) had a daughter born in Mauritius in 1999.

John "Didi" Bacon (P87) wrote in 2000 "Still living in Bethel, Ohio.  Still have one wife and four kids.  I am now the Senior Minister at the Mt Carmel Church of Christ, a growing congregation of 700ish on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio. Folks still in Gweru."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

James Baird (P85) graduated from hotel school in Switzerland worked at Brown's in London in the '80s.  He died sadly of AIDS in 1998.  His parents bravely allowed a video to be taken of his last few months.  This video has been seen widely around the world.

Adam Balarin (P83) studied Engineering at the University of Natal in Durban and worked as an Engineering Manager with Unilever in Durban.  In 1998 Adam was seconded on a three year contract to Unilever in the UK, where he lives in Chester and involved in the global roll out of new technology.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Gary Balarin (P89) was at Edgewood Teachers Training College and has been HOD Life Orientation at Thomas More College, Kloof since 1998.  He is married to Jill and has a daughter.

Gavin Balarin (P83) qualified as a MCSE and is working in IT with Unilever in Durban.

Raja Balasubramanian (E83) studied electrical engineering at the University of Texas.

Steve Barnard (E86) was with Mobil Oil in London, but in 2006 was on the Sunshine Coast, near Brisbane runnning his own a Real Estate office in Brisbane.  He is married with three kids.

Tim Bartlett (E87) did the HND course at Cirencester and was farming with his father in Wedza.  He and his wife Becs now have three children.

Jason Bathe (F81) completed his schooling in Queensland before doing a degree in HR, Marketing and Law at Griffith University.  He is Global Manager Staffing and Recruitment at Bechtel and Head of Recruitment and Resourcing at Ausenco prior to that. He is married with children, formerly lived in Sydney, but is reported in 2010 to be living in Washington D C.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Baxter (G87) who farmed in Headlands, died tragically in a road accident in 2001.  His wife has had the baby she was carrying when the accident happened.

Roger Baxter (M84) the Chief Economist for the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg.

Peter Beaven (E85) studied at 'Maritzburg and qualified as a chartered accountant in Durban with Price Waterhouse in 1992.  He was based in London from 1993 working in the Corporate Finance Department of Dresdner Kleinwort Benson on international mergers and acquisitions, equity capital market transactions and privatisations in various parts of the world.  He spent 1996 in Thailand and was seconded to BHP in Melbourne for a year where one of his first assignments was a study of their Hawaiian assets - scarcely a hardship post!  In 1998 he joined the BHP head office in Melbourne.  He wrote in 2009: " I work for BHP Billiton, a mining company and am presently based in Johannesburg having lived in Australia for almost a decade.  I married an Australian, Suzie and have two small boys.  Roger Baxter (M84) (who is Chief Economist and thinker at the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg) and I spend a great deal of time mulling over the large number of daunting issues facing the South African mining industry.  I caught up with Gary Carlisle this year at one of the Lions tests, as he had come out to see the tests with his Welsh mates."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alan Bedford-Shaw (S87) was a Rhodes Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford and topped the list when qualifying as a CA in Zimbabwe.  He is Director, Corporate Finance at Standard Bank in Johannesburg married to Jenny Boa in 2001 and they had a daughter in 2004.  Alan was best man at Charles Ginn's wedding in Los Angeles in 2000.

Brendon Bekker (E89) is married to Jenni with two children, Savannah 12 and Declan 11.  They have lived in Chimoio, Mozambique since 2003.  His main business is steel construction - sheds and fencing, but Brendon also has a tyre fitment and sales centre in Chimoio and a hardware store in Tete.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Robin Bell (G80) moved to Nelspruit South Afrca in 1981 where he started a furniture factory Elmswood and he is still running it today.  He has three children Matthew 21 Libby 19 and Chloe 17 and married Felicity in 1987.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lawrence Benatar(?) lives in Cape Town.

Kelly Bennett (E 89) Played 2 summers of cricket in Uk on leaving school, followd by 3 yr Farm Mech course at Lakham College in UK, alog with Angus Preston, Simon Arnold and Kevin Scott. Returned to Zim and worked for 8 yrs., tobacco farming for Dirk Moore – Gordon, and in 2000 went rose farming in Goromonzi. During that time, I got married to Sarah Jane nee Mcphun, Chisi 1990, and we have three fantastic sons, twins, Brian and David, and little Sean. Brian and David both finished Ruzawi last year (2015) and Sean currently in grade 5. Brian, and David followed on to PH into Ellis, clearly! After spending 16 yrs in Goromonzi, we are now back to where we started at The Moore Gordon farm in Ruwa, growing peas, granadillas and cherry peppers all for export. Still see a lot of Angus Preston, Stu Judson, Simon Arnold , Bruce Laver , Murray Lynton Edwards, Warwick Broad, Jody Cowley, all 1989 stock. Still see Mr Phil (Pug) Ward at PH, he having just retired. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Update 2016

Marc Bezuidenhout (E86) studied Horticulture in Durban.  He left Zimbabwe in 2004 after becoming another victim of the 'land reform' exercise but is now happily settled on the Sunshine Coast, 100km North of Brisbane, Australia.  Marc works in software development and also a partner in a Bromeliad producing nursery.  Married to Sara (nee Black) ex-Arundel, with two kids, Harry & Lauren.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rory Bezuidenhout (E89) did a B Comm at the University of Natal, 'Maritzburg and added a Safex (futures & options qualification) certificate.  In 2002 Rory left his position as Managing Director of Croplink in Harare and took his commodity trading expertise to Johannesburg.  He wrote in 2006:  "I started the Degro group of companies which has interests in agric commodities, futures as well as bond finance and other technologies.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kevin Bird (F88) worked in London and Los Angeles for several years after leaving Rhodes University.  On returning to South Africa, he worked for Ogilvy & Mather and the Acuity Group but now own his own firm, Boost Advertising and Design.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Simon Bird (P81) is married with two children lives in Sydney and is CEO of King Island Scheelite Limited.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Malcolm Bloodworth (P85) was living in Newcastle, England and worked for Rolls Royce when we last heard.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dean Blumears (M89) is married with children, lives in London and runs a restaurant.

Patrick Blumeris (M80) who had the unusual distinction of leaving Peterhouse with 5 A Levels, lives in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.  He received degrees in civil engineering at University of Zimbabwe (instructors included Alan Windram) and Tufts University, Massachusetts.  Patrick has pursued civil engineering through various positions on both sides of the Atlantic.  After a brief change in 1997 for computer systems planning (included Y2K preparations) for a US Air Force contractor, he returned to water engineering in 2001with the US Army Corps of Engineers.  He married in 1990 and has one daughter.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Michael Bolas (E88) studied agriculture at UZ and was running a coffee farm in Chipinge.  He married Vicky Clark in 1997.

John Borradaile (P86) lives in J'oburg working for Stefanutti and Bressan after many years working for Sisk in Zim, Mozambique and Malawi.

Peter Borradaile (P87) entered the printing and signage profession after studying fine art at Pretoria Technikon, took a 2 year sabbatical in 2001 as a fish taxidermist and fly fishing guide (Dullstroom, Mpumalanga).  He wrote in 2007: "I am creative director for Global Sign Art (a company that specialises in creative signage and interior features for the casino and theme park industry) in Jo'burg.  I'm also hoping to have an exhibition soon of my personal painting and sculpture soon.  My daughter Harley just turned 13, and early next year will be on my second wife, Michelle."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kenneth Bowker (E89) did a B Comm at Pietermaritzburg University.  He is General Manager of an Agro-services company in Zambia.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Bradshaw (G81) Was General Manager of a coal mining company based in Brisbane after some years living in Emerald, Central Queensland.  Sadly he passed away in early August 2013 as a result of a stroke.  He was married with two children.

Barry Brits (S85) is married with two kids.  He qualified as a CA after a few years in the mining industry and formerly lived in Bristol UK.  He has left Arthur Andersen and joined National Power working on international development, acquisitions and privatisations of power stations.  He was seconded to American National Power in1998 in Houston.

Kevin Brits (S87) was a partner in an IT consultancy in Harare implementing and supporting the installation of accounting software years ago.

Warwick Broad (S89) was running his own cellular dealership in Harare when we last heard.

Iain Brock (F82) died in a road accident in England in 1997.

The Brodzsky family (Staff) Paul (Polly) who taught French at the school and Eagle for many years and his wife Jo both sadly died some years ago in Fishhoek.  Their five daughters: Panna (Ann) Haskins lives in Marondera, Nikki Waller, who has three Petrean sons and is a grandmother, is a school teacher in Venda, Paula Chisholm lives in Cape Town,Cecelia Temlett has three children and been teaching music and drama at Chisipite for over 15 years and Kit Dock lives in Port Elizabeth.  Contact them via Nikki's son Mike Waller (G84) the General Manager of Cybele Forest Lodge This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or Paula Chisholm This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Patrick (Boswell -) Brown (P85) is a senior career officer in the British army, who married an Australian Jenelle in 1997, whom he met while on an exchange post there in 1994.  He did the Junior Command and Staff Course at Sandhurst, was an Instructor at the Counter Terrorist Search Wing in Chatham, Kent and has represented the Royal Corps of Engineers at cricket, hockey, tennis, squash and athletics. He completed a Masters in Defence Technology at Cranfield University and in 2012 was Staff Officer Grade 1 (SO1) Thematic Doctrine at Ministry of Defence Development Concepts & Doctrine Centre at Shrivenham, Oxfordshire  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Anton Brown (P89) qualified as a landscape designer in UK and was last sighted working in Harare.

John Brown (S89) worked in London after attending Harper Adams Agricultural College.  He wrote in 2006: "I've settled in New Zealand. Been here for the past five years.  Editor of two regional newspapers covering Waikato and Franklin District (about 70,000 readership) as well as contributing to daily newspapers.  Living with wife and daughter in the sticks (Te Kauwhata).  Excellent to be living in a house surrounded by farms that are actually producing crops/livestock. Anyone who's over here give us a shout on."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark Brown (P84) was working as a stockbroker in Paris when we last heard from him years ago.

Brendon Burl (G88) worked as a corporate pilot flying in Harare.  He was tragically killed in a car accident in February 2006 leaving his wife Jo and twin daughters.

Grant Brummer (P89) was living in London when he last checked in.

Sydney Bvurere (S86) is a partner with Ernst & Young Tanzania.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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David Candy (P88) did the Blackfordby diploma course.  He married Ashleigh Kay from Marondera in 1993 and has two daughters.  He worked near Harare Airport for 5 years as a Rose Export Manager developing a 9 ha rose project under plastic from scratch and exporting roses to Holland, but moved to the UK in 2001.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dave Carpenter (G80) is married with two children.  He left Tengwe after 37 years and moved to Brisbane, Australia in 2000 and was busy qualifying as a commercial pilot when we last heard.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lee Capouya (E84) got a Diploma in Human Resources from Cape Technicon and now lives in the UK with his brother Jeremy, an air traffic controller.

Carl Carey (E84) who died tragically at his Bromley farm in 1996 will be remembered as a keen motor cycle enthusiast.

Dr Gary Carlisle (P85) is a doctor in Chiropractics, living in Chicago.

Chris Carter (F80) was MD of a Harare pharmaceutical company, but moved to Melbourne in 2001 with his wife and two children.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ivan Carter (M88) was reported some years ago to be taking canoe safaris in Zimbabwe.

Mike Carter (F81) is heavily involved in the gold mining industry in Gauteng.

Rod Carter is on the UK Petrean committee.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Douglas Cartwright (S84) Studied along with his brother - Agricultural Managment at the University of Natal both farmed next to their ex-housemaster Pete Ginn until the Ginns moved into Marondera in mid 1998.Update 2016 Now lives in Cape Town and runs his own construction company, married with two children both studying at Stellenbosch university. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Raymond Cartwright (F80) farms tobacco, maize and cattle in Marondera and is an active Springvale House parent.Update 2016 Now lives in Perth where he works at a flower export company. His son Hilton (ex Springvale before they went to Perth) has just made the Australian A cricket side.

Ross Charlton (S89) was flying for Air Zimbabwe, but is now with Mauritius Airlines.

Dr Malone Chaya (F85) is married with three children.  He moved to Canada in 2003, where he is an anaesthetist.

James Chibaga ( M89) lives in Dallas,Texas.

Pamela Mazvita Chipatiso (PHG88) completed her secondary education in the UK then graduated with an LL.B Honours Degree at Middlesex University.  She qualified as a solicitor and opened her own law firm in London Chipatiso & Associates in 2002.  We heard unconfirmed and conflicting reports in 2010 suggesting that she had moved on.

Johannes Chiweshe (P87) was working as a Data Processing Supervisor for Manica Travel when he last checked in.

Angus Christie (M83) is a mining engineer employed by Western Areas Gold Mine in South Africa and reported that Richard Pilson (G85) is a civil engineer at the head office of Anglo American in Johannesburg.

Ian Christie (M86) left Bard Investment Services in Harare in 1999 and set up a successful asset management company, Temple Asset Management with Pedro Costa (M89).  He is married with three children.  We heard that he had moved to Perth, WA in 2003.

John Christou (S86) was a student at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York.  The scurillous "Frank Source" reported years ago that John "is seen at Peterhouse once a year when PE plays rugby at home.  He is the diminutive assistant coach of the PE team, dwarfed by the team at half time when he addresses the troops!"

Dr Douglas Chigudu (G88) graduated in dentistry from Bristol University (UK).

Trevor Cliffe (M81) graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Queeensland.  He is a CPA and after a series of senior corporate accounting roles was Finance Director of Turner & Townsend a major construction company in Brisbane in 2012.

Jon Cloete (P) manages the Mill House Hotel in Scotland.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Martin Coates (F80) father John Coates taught at the school with distinction for 30 years.  Martin graduated from Stellenbosch with a BSc (Forestry) and was a Senior Forester with Border Timbers, Chimanimani.  He wrote in 2007: "My wife Mary and I moved to the UK five years ago and we live in Cheltenham, Mary works for the Diocese of Gloucestershire based at the cathedral and I work for a forestry company called Euroforest, looking after their interests in mid and south Wales.  My sister Jane lives with her family of three children on the Black Isle near Cromarty and has taken up interior decorating after four years of night shift nursing at an old peoples home, her husband Andy Williamson is involved in oil exploration in southern Sudan and northern Kenya."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kevin Coke-Norris (S87) is a mechanical engineer.  He worked offshore in the oil industry, after managing a horticultural farm in Mutare then worked for the Evening Standard, Daily Mail & Sunday Mail in London installing and maintaining their printing presses. He wrote in 2005:  "I am married to Nicola Vorster of Mutare, living in London running my own mechanical and electrical contract engineering firm.  I have been in London now for 8 years."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sean Collett (E89) worked for Caterpillar in Jhb and Saudi Arabia.  He returned to Harare in 1997 and worked for Colbro Transport for two years then ran Marineland Harbour at Kariba.  He wrote in 2006: "I am currently working in UK for Caterpillar, moved here Nov 2005 after my son was diagnosed with leukemia.  He has had a successful transplant and now hoping to move to Aus in the next year or 2. I am married with 2 kids."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr Graeme Copley (S86) qualified as a doctor at UCT and was working at Bury Hospital in England some time ago.

Matthew Costello (F88) lives in Cape Town and is married with children.

Pedro Costa (M89) graduated with a Rhodes BCom, then worked with KPMG and Bard Investment Services in Harare.  He and Ian Christie (M86) both left Bard in 1999 to found Temple Asset Management. Pedro is married to Ana, whom he was chasing while at school.  [Webmaster: The nickname Anaped has finally come to stick!] and they now have two children.  They moved to Perth, WA in 2003 where Pedro has been working in Global Transactional Banking with Westpac Institutional Bank but joined GE in their equipment finance area in 2007.  Currently working as an Asset/Equipment Finance Manager, at the Commonwealth Bank, Perth Australia. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kevin Cousins (G84) is a fund manager for Board of Executors, a Cape Town based investment bank and fund manager.

Megan {Cremer} Shepherd (PHG87) is married with children..

Rory Cullinan (E87) used to grow flowers commercially in Wedza.

Daryl Csizmadia (M83) is a partner in Ernst and Young, Mauritius. He is married to Beverly and has three sons.

Fynn Csizmadia (M86) did a degree at UCT.  He is married to Trish, lives in Cape Town and is in import/export.

Robby Csizmadia (M84) received his Masters in Electrical Engineering from UCT and works on the engineering/business side of a plastics company in Berlin, Germany.

Tibor Csizmadia (M86) qualified as a medical doctor at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, where he has specialised in psychiatry, and is married to another psychiatrist, Shirley.

Stuart Cumming (F88) did a B Comm at Natal University.

Andrew Curling (F88) graduated from Bath University in the UK with a degree in Graphic Arts.


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Our spies reported years ago that William Davy (M87) was a graphic artist "somewhere in South Africa."

Spencer Davis (G87) studied marketing in the UK and was working for the Financial Times in London.

Andrew Dawson (F83) is the technical director of a company in the security electronics industry.  He lives in Cape Town with his wife Barbara.

Philip de Chassart (F82) and Mandy had a daughter in 1999. They farm in Bromley.

Phil Denton (G83) and Julie had a son in 1999.

Grant Deudney (S85) was working as a photographer with Sotheby's Auction House in London years ago.

Peter Dobropolous (F89) did an auto electrical apprenticeship in Mutare then moved into the family business with his cousin Peter and brother Costa (F91) .  They were still farming and running a transport company when he last checked in.    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

John Dodds (G84) lives in Northamptonshire, UK.

Mike Donald (P89) did a horticultural degree at University of Natal (Pietermaritzburg) then spent a year travelling in Australia and elsewhere in the world.  He married Shirley in 1997, whose Petrean brother Kevin Micklethwait was tragically killed in a motorbike accident in the UK in 1993.  Mike worked for Transfreight Export in Harare, moved to Nacala, Mozambique as the Branch Manager for Manica Nacala but then joined the National Shipping Line - Mozline before setting up his own consulting business, JDI Consultores LDA.  He has built a house in Nacala Bay and "will be setting up business lodges and an activity centre catering for Deep Sea Fishing, Diving, Sailing which should be up and running within the next two years if all goes according to plan."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

James Dorward (M85) married Leigh Kennedy and runs African Threads, a clothing factory in Ruwa.

Jason Driscoll (89) is married with a son.  He was with Eastern Highlands Tea Estate in the Honde Valley but emigrated to England in 1999.

Craig Dunbar (E85) emigrated to Sydney in 1998 and was working for Optus, but moved on to Auckland in 2002.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jerry Duprée (S87) returned to Kenya, then graduated in Computer Science from Southampton University.  He wrote scheduling software before moving to a large defence company for a couple of years. He now works for Securicor Information Systems in Wiltshire as a software engineer.

Jonathan Duprée (S86) was a wool broker in Devon until he moved to Melbourne in 2001 as the production manager of a wool scouring business. In 2007 he was working as the Purchasing Manager for Victoria Carpets and married with two kids.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Duncan Easterbrook (E88) settled in Zurich, Switzerland in 2000 utilising skills acquired through a Manchester Business School MBA to obtain the dubious title of "Business Engineer" with Swiss Re.  He wrote in 2008: "We are leaving Switzerland for London in Feb this year, after 8 years.  Moving from Swiss Re to Union Bancaire Privée to take up a role as the COO of Private Equity.  Got rid of my healthfood business in the UK - it is better to be in the obesity business it seems! Have put in place a 5-year plan to be making wine in Nappa after my stint in private equity - we'll see how that goes. "   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Spencer Easterbrook (E86) went to Sandhurst and was in the British Army for 6 years, ending up as a Captain.  He then graduated in computer science from the University of Wales (Swansea) and worked in Windsor before emigrating in 2001with his partner Jane to Melbourne where he is with Unisys Australia.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Martin Edgar (M89) whose family farm at Wedza was expropriated, sadly died in 2001.

Jonathan Edwards (G87) wrote in 2002: "I completed my schooling in England, then studied Biochemistry at Imperial College in London. Having decided not to be a scientist, I bummed around a bit doing various things (and sometimes nothing at all) until I realised I fancied a career in IT.  Now I run a successful database consultancy company in London where I also live."

David Ellis (F85) checked in from APV Zimbabwe in 2000.


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Stuart Faed (P82) qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG in the Edinburgh office followed by a spell with the NHS in Fife.  He is a partner with Greaves West & Ayre an accountancy firm in Berwick-upon-Tweed and enjoying country living on the border between England and Scotland.  He is married to Caroline with two sons, a daughter.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

John Faber (G80) and his brother Bob (E85) were both on the family farm at Macheke.  John won the Barley Grower of the Year Award in 1997 and has children at the Peterhouse.

Bob Faber (E85) lives in Sydney and an MBA qualified supply chain & logistics and general management executive with broad experience in the manufacturing, steel, construction and agricultural sectors within Australia and internationally.

Boris Fayd'herbe's (P86) is married to Louise. We hope that he is still running one of the family's cane farms in the Lowveld.

Peter Fearnhead (G87) lives in South Africa and works for the National Parks.

Simon Fearnhead (G88) qualified as a CA in Johannesburg before joining GE in various roles.  Simon is now a VP of Finance for a software company and lives in Vevey, Switzerland with his wife, Susanne and their three children.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark Ferris (F85) did a BA LL B at Natal University and was with a large Durban law firm when we last heard.

Alistair Findlater (F89) is the CEO of Advengtech, which offers recruiting and permanent placement assistance to companies who are searching for IT professionals  www.advengtech.net, in Costa Mesa California.

Andrew Foggin (M88) who represented Zimbabwe at cycling and triathlon, has moved from Coogee, Sydney to Perth. He is married to an Australian triathlete of note, has two sons, was working for Aspect Computing and still competing in triathlons when we last heard from him.  However, he was reported in 2009 to be a geophysical software developer in Perth Western Australia.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Greg Foggin (M89) is still in the merchant marine (BP Shipping) and completed his Chief Engineers course in South Shields, UK. He returns to Zim about twice a year on his leave. "Not married."

Joe Ford (P83) moved from Midrand to Wellington, New Zealand in 2010. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alex "Jock" Forrest (P84) is married with two young daughters and lives in Milton Keynes. When not playing golf, he is a Performance Manager at Railtrack Headquarters working on the rebuilding of the West Coast Main Line between London and Glasgow.

Mark Fraser (F83) lives in Helensburgh, Scotland.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Derryn Fuller (PHG89) studied at Rhodes University.

Ross Fuller (E89) studied stud management at West Oxfordshire College.  He is manager of the Britton House Stud in Somerset, UK.


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Ian Galloway(M81) lives in Middletown, New York.

Nigel Gambier (P81) and Bumble had a daughter in UK in 1999.

Andrew Gau (E88) graduated in commerce from Natal University.  He is married to Katherine Hein, has two children at Peterhouse: Rebecca and James and is farming near Wenimbi in Marondera. Andrew has been a member of the Petrean Standing Committee for many years and both he and Kath were implemental in the PH60 Celebrations in 2015. Sadly Andrew passed away on the 2nd October 2017 from a massive heart attack. UPDATED 2017

David Gardner (S89) studied at Rhodes University and graduated with a BA(HMS) and a UEd in 1994 and has been the sports and physical education master at Eaglesvale Secondary School in Harare since.  He runs kids coaching clinics under Legend Sport in the school holidays.  He won a Gold Medal in his age group triathlon at the All Africa Championships in 1995.

R W Gardner (S86) is a foundry foreman and was married in 1993.

Aston ("Fred") Gilling (F88) joined Deloitte and Touche Harare in 1989, and moved to UK in 1995.  He is based in London, when not travelling the world, and works as an Oracle programmer.  He married Amanda Ade in 2001.

Charles Ginn (87) studied at UCT, qualified as a CA and moved to Los Angeles from London in 2000.  He and his wife Stephanie have a son and a daughter.  Charles works for Kids Line, an infant bedding company. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The rest of the Ginn family: Kathleen, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , an enthusiastic international traveller, has now lived in London since 1998 and continues to study a doctorate in complementary health as well as being actively involved with Toastmasters International, The London YES Group, Find Your Voice and LAMG.  She has developed a learning programme that is now an official module at the University of Westminster and about to launch over the internet.  Linda is married to a Zimbabwean, lives in North Carolina, USA and is a teacher. She has three children Declan, Sean and Skye.  They own a sail boat which they use regularly. Peter and Liz have moved to George South Africa. Peter runs birding days and safaris in and around George as well as photographic safaris. He is actively involved with educational conservation.  Liz has retired and is actively involved with gardening clubs, the church and on the board of directors for the building of hospice that will include holistic health care methods for cancer patients. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or search for Peter Ginn Birding Safaris.

Nicholas Golson (F88) joined the British Army for a year on leaving school, but left to do B.Soc, Sci + HDE at University Natal, Durban.  He returned to Lusaka, Zambia and works at Baobab College (which is virtually run by Petreans) as a History and Geography teacher, as well as the Manager of the Operations Department. He also started a plumbing company in Lusaka and so is also Managing Director at Lewis Contracting Services Limited Operations Manager. He is married with three children.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Campbell Graham (M89) studied hotel management at the Glasgow College of Food Technology then partnered his brother in two very successful restaurant/pubs in Harare, Aguila's Café and the Bizarre Bar and Grill.  He sold them in 1998, "never to 'work' those hours again!"  In 1996-1998 Campbell represented Zimbabwe Rugby in both XVs and VIIs, including the Seven's World Cup in Hong Kong in 1997.  However, our spies report that he still roars on to anyone who will listen about the real highlight of his rugby career, the 27-3 defeat of Falcon in 1989!!!!  Following a 'sabbatical a year or three' including positions with Landela Safari's, Alliance Media and Bally Juice, Campbell and his wife Kim settled in Cape Town in 2000.  They have a son and avidly support Western Province and the Stormers. Campbell was the head office Operations Manager of a major international fleet management company, but set up his own business in 2004.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Marc Greene (P88) majored in agriculture at PMB and was last seen working in Harare.

Vinod { Duraikan } Gnanasundaram (G85) wrote in 2009: "I changed my surname to Duraikan before getting married in 2000 to Sue.  We have two daughters (8 & 4) and live in Cambridge, UK.  I work as an accountant for a local publishing company".   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Charles Haarhoff (M88) was last sighted doing a tobacco diploma course years ago.

Peter Haarhoff (M85) grows proteas in the Cape.

Tarquin Halse (M86) joined the Parachute Regiment in 1987 and was commissioned into The Regiment in 1990.  After 8 years Tarquin left the British Army and spent 10 or so years in Security, Logistics and Supply Chain businesses before moving to PDM Training & Consultancy based in Andover, Wiltshire as the Operations Manager.  He was reported in 2009 to be a director of European Office Products Ltd in London. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tristan Halse (M87) joined the British Army and The Parachute Regiment a year after his brother and won the Sword of Honour at Sandhurst.  In 2012 he was at Ecole de Guerre (French Staff College) prior to that he was Second-in-Command/Battle Group Chief of Staff of 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment and at the Defence Department School of Languages.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Chris Hammond (E81) who studied at both Cambridge and Oxford Universities, is a consultant eye surgeon of note in London.

Guy Hammond (G86) had a tobacco farm in Darwendale until it was expropriated. He is paints full time, when not running art safaris in the Zambezi Valley and a fuel business.  See www.art-guyhammond.com.  Guy married that Kiara Cordy (PHG96) in 2006 and they have a son.  Kiara now has a Houseboat Management Company as well as a Website and Presentation Solutions Company.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr Nick Hammond (E81) a Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, "lectures in French." That's obviously selling him more than a bit short, but he is backward about coming forward with news!  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rupert Hackwill(P85) lives in Johannesburg.

David Harben (M86) completed his schooling in Australia.  He lives in Perth, is married with 3 kids and is General Manager of a large retail shoe operation, BettsKids, across Australia.

Hugh Harington (P80) married Kathy Roselt, who was formerly on the Peterhouse staff, in the school chapel in 1997.  They farmed in the Victory Block near Harare, but wrote in 2003:  " We are currently living near Coolum, South East Queensland renovating old houses.  Our son Daniel was born in November last year. "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Henry Harris (G83) farms near Marondera and is married with three children, one at the school.  He was the Captain of the Zimbabwe Polocrosse team for the test series in Australia in 1999.  He was much in the news in October 2001 as a result of the "invasion" of his farm.

Christopher Harrison (M88) did an electrical apprenticeship with the Bata Shoe Company in Gweru and worked in Zimbabwe.  Chris moved to Belfast in 1999, where he worked for Harland and Wolff, before establising his own business Girjac Services Electrical Contractors in Darlington, England.

Russell Harrison (G89) is still doing well with his painting and spends his time between Harare and the family farm in the Lowveld.

Stuart Harrison (P87) married Jen in 1995 and is a director of a prominent law firm in Cape Town.

Andrew Hart (F84) studied at at Cape Technikon then qualified in agiculture at Guelph University, Canada and returned to Zimbabwe after working overseas to the home farm in Banket doing tobacco, seed tobacco and running a very large stud herd of Charolais cattle.  He wrote in 2007:" I married Samantha Lowry, two kids Hannah and Sean.  Now living in Cape Town after being removed off farm !!!  Own two garden centres and a restaurant in Steenberg."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Michael Hart (F82) qualified in agriculture at Guelph University, Canada and returned to Zimbabwe after a stint working in the USA.  Michael worked on the family farm for several years and then managed a large commercial farm.  He bought his own farm in Banket, grows tobacco, paprika and seed tobacco and is married to Linda who is from Australia.  They live in the Brisbane - Sunshine Coast area.

Patrick Hart (F80) qualified in 1986 from the University of Cape Town as a BSc. Quantity Surveyor, spent two years in Johannesburg, four years in Gaborone as Project Quantity Surveyor and Project Manager to various construction projects, returned to Zimbabwe in 1992 and was MD of BARD Real Estate.  He wrote in 2006: "Enjoyed running my own Estate Agency and Project Management business in Harare for 6 years.  Had to shut down operations and move to Australia (Brisbane) and am now employed in the construction consultancy business.  Two kids Savanna (5) and Lake (2) both doing well in Oz.  Parents taking a bit more time to settle in." Patrick is married to Fiona who was the marketing manager at Medical Air Rescue (MARS)  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Caleb Hartmann (G85) now lives in Las Vegas.  He worked for Cohen Textiles.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tom Haskins (P81) worked at the school and was an electrical contractor in Marondera, but moved to the UK in 2003.

Guy Harvey (F81) was tragically murdered in Gauteng on 8 January 1998 and his wife was badly beaten in the same attack.  It was a terrible tragedy that someone with so much to offer should lose his life in such an arbitrary and senseless manner.

Warren Harvey (P84) studied agriculture at Barony Agricultural College, Dumfries.

Michael Hayes (P86) got an NCA from Lackham College then farmed at Mvurwi, but was working as a freelance canoe guide when we last heard.

Wayne Heathcote (E89) lives in Johannesburg, is married Debbie George and had a son in 2002.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sean Henchie (S87) married Tash in 1998 and lives in Cape Town.  Sean did his Masters in Economics at UCT and runs his own business installing vacuum cleaner systems.

Dr David Hensman (P83) has his own veterinary practice in Chinoyi.

Dave "Fud" Hepburn (S87) was working as a physiotherapist for the UK Royal Army Medical Corps.  When we last heard he was getting yet another qualification.  He is married with two children.

Gary "Bud" Hepburn (S84) is married to Mary and has two daghters.  He was working in Bermuda for the Bank of Bermuda but moved to the "sunny" Isle of Man with a different company, but still specialising in Tax Free Investments.

Marcus Hilderbrand (M87) lives in Harare.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Anton Hingeston (M88) studied at UCT and was a business consultant with Arthur Anderson in Johannesburg.  He was reported in 2009 own Change Logic in Johannesburg.

Mark Hodges (G88) used to be heard on BBC Radio 1 hosting a late night radio show as "Mark Tonderai."  Our spy "Frank Source" claimed in 2005 that he was "working in London with his brothers Jim and Michael on different projects."

Ed Holme (M89) did his A Levels at Sherborne School.  He is married to Kirsty (nee Lilford) of Horseshoe Block and they have two sons.  He was in the British Army and appeared on worldwide TV in 2001 bearing Princess Margaret's coffin down the steps of St George's Chapel, Windsor.  He wrote in 2011 "I retired from the British Army in 2006 after 10 years’ service and now live on Harare.”   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nick Holme (M86) is married with children in UK.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jeff Hosking (E81) worked as an electrical engineer in Gauteng, but moved with his wife Fee and two children halfway between Sidney and Melbourne as the Electrical and Automation Manager for Visy Pulp and Paper at the Tumut mill.  He is now with ABB in Sydney.

Tim Hosking (E83) wrote in 2005: "I went University of Natal Durban to study Quantity Surveying. Taking the scenic route I managed a BSc (hons) QS in 1990.  I returned to Zimbabwe the next year.  In 1991 I married Mandy, and have two sons Peter (8) and Jon-Luke (4).  1997-2001 were memorable working as Project Manager/Building Economist for SBT JUUL Architects on ground breaking projects including Angwa City that obtained the British Construction Industry Award 2001 and the attentions of Phillip Chiangwa.  There were regional projects in Burundi, RSA, Botswana and Mozambique that really widened my perspective.  I went back to school in 2000 and I did my Unisa PMP. The spiralling crisis in Zimbabwe meant that when my wife was transferred to Gaborone 2001 I hitched a ride as a house husband. I initially worked on start ups of companies and am now settled in communications.  My passion is collecting of knifes, some by Zimbabwean Corne Smit."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jonathan 'Dougie' House (G83) wrote in 2009: "I went to Jesus College Cambridge, the joined the Royal Air Force as a Pilot serving in Northern Ireland and the Middle East.  Since then I have been flying aeroplanes and helicopters in California and the Caribbean and then, more recently, I have settled down to fly short-haul with British Airways.  I am currently living in central London with my partner of 10 years. "   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Karl Howard (F83) writes: "I went on to UZ to do engineering. It really wasn't my thing and the politics at UZ made it unpleasant, so I took up flying.  I taught flying, did charter, corporate, bush flying etc then on to Air Zim for 5 years.  Flew 737, 707, 767.  After finding out the expense of marriage and a child went on to work for Gulf Air in Bahrain.  There did the 757 and more 767.  On to better places to finance 2nd boy and 3rd on the way!  Joined Emirates in Dubai in 1996 and am still here.  Married 3 boys (8, 6 and 4).  I am now a Training Captain and Examiner on the B777 and enjoying new project challenges all the time as the airline is growing fast.  I do a lot of flight, simulator and ground training and have a passion for finding better ways to teach pilots.  This gets me involved in the designing and writing of a lot of computer based, multimedia training aids.  So, in a nutshell, I'm having a great time."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jonathan Hudson (F89) worked as the Food and Beverage Controller at the Dorchester Hotel, London followed by Meikles Hotel in Harare.  He is married to Melanie Sutcliffe, Kevin Coke-Norris' cousin.

Dr Ralph Hudson (F81) studied veterinary science at Murdoch University, Western Australia.  He is married to Paula, a Channel 9 TV journalist and they have two daughter.  Ralph has his own practice, the Eastern Hills Veterinary Centre, at Mundaring outside Perth.

Sally Hudson (PHG89) completed her nursery teacher's training in Bulawayo.

Sally { Hudson} Czerwonka (PHG88) wrote in September 2006 : "We are currently living in Mozambique. My husband Gary, works for Mozambique Leaf Tobacco.  We have two children, Sarah and Simon.  My folks, Roger and Sue Hudson live in Kent, UK, and my brothers Simon and Matthew, also Petreans, live in the UK too.  Matt is married with two kids and Simon is single. "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Martijn Hueting (87) completed his education in Holland at Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen and Koninklijk Instituut Marine.  He is a Lt Cdr in Maritime Aircraft Type Management at the Dutch Defence Materiel Organisation.

Shane Hunter (P85) wrote in 2011: "We emigrated from the UK and for the last 5 years have lived in Weipa a remote mining community in the far northern tip of Australia.  Its 500km to the nearest tar road and a further 300kms to the nearest town, Cairns. But it’s a great lifestyle for the two young children. 20 metres in front of our house, the lawn drops onto a beach, replete with palm trees and crocodiles.  Working at the largest bauxite (aluminium) mine in the world for Rio Tinto, heading the mine’s procurement."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Hussey (F80) studied hotel management in Paris thenb ran Conference Agencies based in Johannesburg and was of great assistance in helping to arrange Gauteng Petrean functions.  He tragically died in October 2002 in a car accident leaving his wife and two young children.

Julian Hussey (F81) works in the family business in Swaziland.

Richard Hywood (P87) read Economics and Politics at the University of Bath and was working for a steel company and travelling extensively in Russia and Europe when he last made contact.


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Nick Ireland-Jones (G80) graduated with a BSc Ag Eng (Hons), Agricultural Engineering at Silsoe College.  He moved into the Marondera area in 1997 after 8 years working for Triangle Limited in the Lowveld as an agricultural consultant, specialising in sugar cane production.  He had two children at the school and his wife Liz taught at PHG.  They emigrated to Brisbane, Queensland in 2003. In 2013 he was a Project Manager at Agricane Limited.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


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Andy Jamison (G81) on leaving 'varsity moved to Tzaneen in SA's lowveld to work in irrigation, got involved in skydiving in a big way, spent the nineties in Mocambique and Zambia working as an irrigation consultant and project manager and moved back to Pietermaritzburg in 2002.  Andy wrote in 2006: "Having done my "apprenticeship" in South African Superbike racing, as a team manager and crew chief, since 2003, moved to UK earlier this year to work in British Superbike Championship as a Chief Engineer for a team...loving it, and hoping to move into a top team for '07...World Superbike Championship from there!"   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark "Jammo" Jamison (G83) has been a musician since graduating with a BSc.Ag.Eco's at University of Natal.  After a spell as an entertainer on the cruise ship Symphony, is now in the UK strutting his stuff in Cornwall!

Oscar Johnson (P89) Oscar & Lee Johnson married with 4 ‘stud’ boys! Still farming in Tengwe on our last 10%. Maintaining the oldest commercial Tuli Stud in the world. 45ha’s tobacco, mze & seed tobacco. Club Chairman 2 yrs. Zim Tuli Society Chairman 2yrs. SVH PTA Chairman 3yrs. Presently Zim Tobacco Seed Vice-Chair. Family based in Hre & school. Playing doubles squash, touch & now some cricket!  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Barry Johnstone (F86) died in 1996.  He was keen on all things electronic while at Peterhouse and he was always on hand for dances, film shows and stage productions to ensure the smooth running of lights etc.  He was working in this field at the time of this death.

Stu Judson (F89) who was an athlete of note and did a degree in Business Management at Boston University, married Cathy Fia in 2000.

Dr Nelson L'ntshotsholé Jumbe (F88) graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Albany Medical College doctorate program in Biomedical Engineering and is a certified professional engineer.  He was working at Amgen, Inc, in Thousand Oaks, California developing therapeutic proteins, but our spies reported in 2008 that he had moved to moved to a senior position with another company.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Bakison Kansinde (F87) lives in London, England.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ian Kershaw (M86) is "currently unmarried," lives in Nottingham, UK and runs/owns CDA, a manufacturer of kitchen appliances.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ivan Kileff (G88) who studied electrical and electronic engineering at UCT, is married, lives in Hampshire, England and works for National Grid.

Chad Kilborn (P87) worked at Leopard Rock Hotel and then was the manager at the 7 Arts Theatre in Harare.  He was reported to be planning to go to England some years ago.

Chris Kimberley (M82) works in the Tax Department of Price Waterhouse, Harare along with John Moss (M88), Ian Gondo (S94) and Jason Zaayman (S86).

Richard Kimberley (M80) works at Compuserve, Harare

Judi Knaggs (PHG87) works for Reed Exhibitions in London.


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Stephen Lamin (E88) wrote in 2002: "I have left Zim for greener pastures in London.  Currently self employed as an IT consultant for Europe's largest law firm. Primarily responsible for all internet,extranet and intranet development and operations, utilizing the most "cutting edge" technology.  Still engaged to Melanie, and have recently purchased a beautiful Victorian house in North London."

Vernon Lapham (F89) was a winner of the 1998 award for Part I of the Zimbabwe Insitutue of Chartered Accountants examination.  Also on the pass list were Trevor Nichols (S90) Reuben Shamuyarira (F91) and Derek Spong (E92) who passed Part II.  The Secretary met Trevor in Wimbledon in August 2001, where he now lives and Reuben has also moved overseas.

Bruce Laver (G89) is a horticultural consultant based in Harare.

Peter Lay (P80) graduated with a Wits BCom before moving to the UK.  He worked for Mazda Cars UK (Tunbridge Wells) in Treasury for 8 Years and was Deputy Treasurer for Eurotunnel.  He wrote in 2008:"I live in Folkestone and work in London.  Currently Interim Head of Treasury and Banking for The British Council with its 110 country presence.  A fantastic organisation to work for and a great privilege to be able to assist the British Council in Zimbabwe recently.  Previously headed up MTVN International Treasury in London and helped to set up MTVN Africa .... spend most of my leisure time in Madeira when I get the chance and always free for a pint in London after work . "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Paul Lees (P89) was a director of the family plumbing and building supplies company in Marondera, which has now sadly closed.  Paul was in England and planning to emigrate to Australia when we last heard in 2002.

Rob Liddle (M84) is a branch manager in Gauteng of a company that deals in butchers' requisites.  He is a serious runner and is in training for the Comrades and Two Oceans marathons.

Keith Lightbody (M85) is working for Schroders in London and is married to Casey Coventry.

Atherton Lilford (F87) read civil engineering at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.  He wrote in June 2002 : "I changed career from civil engineering to farming and am in the process of moving back to engineering. Married Penelope Holme (brothers in Malvern) in 1997 and have Oliver and Jessie".  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Andrew Lowe (P89) is a commercial pilot and some years ago was "running the gauntlet" in Angola flying doctors and supplies into remote areas.

Shaun Louw (E86) did a BSc Engineering Degree at the University of Natal and was last reported to be running his own security business in Richards Bay.

Craig Lyon (S84) obtained an MA in Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen University before qualifying as a CA and working as a manager with Arthur Andersen in Cambridge.  He returned to Scotland in 1998 with Deloitte & Touche but now works for Simmons & Company, a specialist oil and gas investment bank.  He lives on a farm outside Aberdeen, but spends a fair chunk of his year travelling to and from Houston. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Murray Lynton-Edwards (89) studied at Rhodes University, then worked for Sagit Stockbrokers in Harare until 96 before rafting in Victoria Falls with Andrew Shoesmith for a few months trying his hand at farming and "doing time" overseas.  Murray founded and still operating Lynton-Edwards Stockbrokers Pvt Ltd in 2004. He is married to Helen Hugill with two little boys and lives in Harare.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Barry MacColl from (E86) Currently the General Manager for Research, Testing and Development at Eskom based in Johannesburg. Married to Carey, three kids, loving life. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Update 2016

Jon McCullagh (G89) worked in a microbiology lab in Oxfordshire then joined the RAF as a pilot. He was serving as a flying instructor on fast jets when we last heard.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Adam McEvoy (E86) left Zim for Western Australia in 2005 after 8 years with CFI Holdings.  He wrote in 2008: "I recently completed an MBA (Distinction) and have taken on a new role with Woodside Energy (Australia's largest oil and gas producer) and am still based in Perth. Infrequently see Mike Ralston (E85), Wayne Osterberg (E87) and Ross Crockart (F85?).  Still keep in touch with Mitch Stambolie (E86) who updates me with news of other Petreans still in Zim."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Duncan McGhie (G83) studied at Durban Technicon and is General Manager of Northern Haulage in Gauteng.

Guy McGhie (G81) sadly died on 22 Sept 2010 in California.

Clive McGill (F87) got a BS Sci in Politics and Economics University of Natal, PMB.  He then worked for Standard Bank in Durban for a few years before getting itchy feet and travelling for the next 3 1/2 years!  He went back to SA for a couple of years before relocating to the UK in September 1999.  He lives in Wimbledon and is married to Charlotte with 2 kids (Isabella and Lilia) and a third on the way.  Planning to return to SA (Ballito) in Sept 2007.  Clives works as a Project Manager for Telecommunications company Tekelec.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kevin McGill (F88) worked in Pietermaritzburg for Scott Wilson, an Engineering and Project Management Consulting firm, including a three year stint in the Hong Kong office.  He is now married and is with a Civil Engineering consultancy in Sandton.

Rob McGill (F89) wrote in 2009: "I live in the Johannesburg area of Gauteng RSA. Married to Sharman, with two kids, Scott (8) and Sarah (5).  Works for a gold mining company managing feasibility studies for new mines and mine expansions.  Enjoy playing guitar and road running (running 3rd Comrades next year). "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dean McGregor (P84) is a guide in an exclusive safari camp in Selous National Park in Tanzania.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fiona { McLeod } Fick (PHG89) was last seen married and living in Zimbabwe.

Sandi { Macrae } Ogilvie (PHG87 and Staff) who was one of the PHG founders, married Russel Ogilvie.  She worked for a year in the UK then returned to help out at the then very fast growing PHG as a sports coach /housemistress.  They live in Yeppoon, Queensland and have two children.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Conan Mclynn(?) now lives in Singapore.  He originally worked for the Mashonaland Turf Club.

Neil MacTavish (G89) was farming in Centenary when he last checked in years ago.

Hans Madhsudan (F82) completed his schooling in England and received a BSc (Hons) and an MEng in Microelectronic Systems Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) and a second Masters degree focusing on computer hardware at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor.  When we last heard, he was married and had been an ASIC Design Engineer at Silicon Graphics Inc, Mountain View, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, but he seems to have moved on.

Mike Manhombo (M88) was involved in an accident and sadly subsequently passed away after suffering a severe stroke.

Obert Mandimutsira (86) wrote in 2008: "I studied at UZ and then joined ZBC Radio One where I rose to the position of Head of Station.  Left in 1997 and joined Caltex Oil Zimbabwe as PR & Advertising Executive, rising to National Retail Manager & Brand Associate.  Was seconded to Jhb in 2003 in the same position. Two years later assumed position of Retail Manager Emerging Markets, looking after retail business in Botswana Malawi, Namibia, Zambia & Zimbabwe out of Johannesburg. Left Caltex (Chevron) in 2005 to join Mondi as GM of their Merchant arm, Paperlink and a year later was promoted to Head; Sales & Marketing for Mondi South Africa based in Durban, South Africa.Married to Lilly with 4 children. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tendai Mafarachisi (S88) wrote in 2008: "I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Executive Master of Science in Engineering an also married Sharon Barton from the Carribean in 1999.  We now have two daughters, Nyasha and Anisa, who somehow manage to keep me busy... In the years since we relocated from New Jersey to Orlando, Florida where I work for Lockheed Martin as a Senior Manager of Systems Architecture for military training simulators and logistics systems for armed forces across the world. "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sifelani Mafico (F83) is married with two children.  He was Finance Director with Cluff Mining (Zimbabwe) Limited but moved to Brisbane (Australia) in 2004 where he was the Finance Manager for a world renowned Mineral Research Centre. whewn we last heard from him.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Ross Maguire (P81) was last reported to be working at Claridges Hotel, London .

Busi { Mahlatini } Ruffen (PHG89) got a BSc in Accounting and Finance from Northeastern University.  She lives in the USA, is an accountant at a consulting company and was married in 2000.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nemiah Mangwiza (M89) was killed tragically in a motor acident in January 1990.

Hylton Mann (E89) did a degree in Fine Arts at Rhodes University then worked in advertising in South Africa.  He wrote in 2009: "I married Janet (Wilson) in 1997 in East London, South Africa. In 2002 we emmigrated to Vancouver Canada, where I worked as an Associate Creative Director at Rethink Advertising. (Agency of the year in Canada in 2003)  We moved to Toronto in mid 2005 and are loving it.  I am now an Associate Creative Director at Juniper Park. juniperpark.com. In 2006 our son Colm Mann was born. He rocks!" .  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wade Mann (E89) wrote in 2004: "I completed a National Diploma in Horticulture at the Cape Technikon in 1992.  Spent 1993 custom harvesting the mid-West in the USA, followed by a short stint on a vegetable farm in Somis, California for 6 months.  Then 6 months on the west of London as a lettuce harvest supervisor before returning to Zimbabwe late 1994 to begin rose growing on family farm. Married Nicky Campbell-Morrison, sister of Ian-Guy (G82) in 1996.  Have two sons, Zinzan (8) and Tayne (7) as well as a little girl, Oregan (4).  Forcefully evicted from farm late 2002, emigrating as entire family unit (parents and brother) to Central Coast, NSW in Australia.  Converted an idle tomato hydroponic facility into a state of the art rose growing facility, and service the local area as well as Newcastle and Northern Sydney.  See website www.tyrade.com.au ."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

P G Makoni (F81) was last sighted teaching at Mount Pleasant High School.

Shepherd Makusha (G89) trained as a hotel manager, but has moved to the IT sector firstly with Econet Wireless, then as General Manager of eworld.  In 2003 moved to set up Nettcare Medical IT Solutions and working on various Teleradiology software solutions (Onlinemia.com). In 2005 migrated to the UK with family and has settling in Reading.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Leslie Manhombo (E89) qualified as an accountant with Coopers and Lybrand and was with Manica in Harare when we last heard.

Farai Mariga (S88) is a Regional Finance Manager for a organisation that works in the SADC region.  He was based in Pretoria, but is now in Jo'burg.  He is still in touch with Daniel Mbidzo and occasionally chats to Adam Molai.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Chris Marshall. moved to Camps Bay, Cape Town on the Atlantic Coast in 1998 where his wife Gilda runs a guest house (http://www.sesh.com/cb )  Chris runs the local branch of their own software companie shttp://www.sesh.com and enjoys driving his old Jaguar XK120 around the Cape peninsula and winelands.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tim Martin (F82) "spent time" in Australia before setting up up Osprey Films of which he is a director in Bulawayo.

Derek Mason (M89) did an apprenticeship in toolmaking.

Ray Mathew (S88) qualified as a medical doctor in India.

Michael Matondo (F82) died in a car crash in South Africa in October 1991.

Mark Mayo (E82) graduated in Mechanical Engineering in the Virgin Islands and was working in Maryland, USA, where he had his own company refitting yachts when we last heard.

Paul Mayo (E80) graduated in law and was last sighted working in Cape Town.

Mike Mawuye (G87) taught at Dhirihori Secondary School for some years, but is now a pilot in the Zimbabwean Air Force.

Tawanda M'Dawarima (G81) qualified as a civil engineer and became Deputy Director (Operations) in the Department of State Roads before moving across the border into SA in 2008.  "Still married. Still two kids. Still in Civil Engineering. "   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rod Meikle (E89) is the branch manager of Universal Rubber & Hose in Gweru.  He is married with two daughters.

Bruce Melvill -Thomson (M88) was in the IT industry supporting the New Zealand Police.  He moved into the Telecommunications Industry in Wellington, working in their GIS department for 4 years, and has started at a City Council in Auckland in 2004, again doing GIS work.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Harry Milbank (M88) went to university in Australia and then worked for Zimace crop brokers in Harare and could be heard on radio from time to time on agricultural programs.  He has moved to Arusha , Tanzania as General Manager of Gomba estates www.gel.co.tz exporting vegies to UK.  Harry is married to Flip Shaxson and has 2 kids, Caspar and Lucy.

Robert Milbank (M86) was married in 1996.  Our spies reported in 2005 that "Rob is farming on Forrester estate in Mvurwi, fighting to get back onto their farm, still exporting garlic to Holland. Playing some polo."

Andrew Mills (G88) studied at UCT.  He lives in London and works in the Corporate Department of Clyde & Co, a firm of solicitors in the City.  Our spy "Frank Source" reported in March 2002 that " he has almost fully recovered from breaking his pelvis and femur whilst going for a run!".   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Shaun Mirams (G89) is a qualified Management Accountant and works for National Australia Bank Group (Europe) in Glasgow as a Strategic Business Analyst.  Shaun worked for Citbank Citifutures in London as a Sugar Futures Trader on leaving Zimbabwe in 1995 and then was with the Clydesdale Bank Pl as Manager of the Central Moneymarkets Office before promotion to the parent Group.

Barry Mitchell (P89) lives in Jbh.

Philip Mostert (M80) acquired an MA (Fine Arts) in Photographic Arts at Rhodes.  He is still running an international commercial photographic business.  Although he operates from a studio based in Johannesburg which produces photographs for advertising, he has been focused lately on mining and industrial photography, mainly for investor relations purposes and corporate reporting. In that sector of work he often bumps into Roger Baxter who is still the Chief Economist for the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg.  He was married to Christine whom he met at Rhodes, in 1990 and has a daughter (Caitlin) aged 8 and a son (Philip) aged 6.  He would love to hear from other Petreans out there.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Maria { Molam } Pezarro (PHG89) studied at Imperial College, London, is married to Steve Pezarro, has two boys and lives in Gaberone, Botswana.

Paul Molam (M87) who studied chemical engineering at Imperial College, London wrote in 2010 "Currently working for The Development Initiative www.thedevelopmentinitiative.com  removing Land Mines and Unexploded Ordinance in countries off the tourist trail.  I have also worked for MineTech International doing the same work previously.  I have not followed the normal career path and started working with Olivine Industries in Harare before moving up to Victoria Falls for 5 years, where I managed a restaurant, a small casino, a chain of Bureaux de Changes and a helicopter company.  This was followed by 4 years in the UK working in computers, retail and property management before moving back to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe where I am now based (when I am not off working doing the Land Mine thing - which is not often)"   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Moores (E88) read mechanical engineering at Natal Technikon and in 2011 was an owner of O'Neill Roses in Zimbabwe.

Stephen Morgan (P82) has worked in London as Clerk of the Court at the Crown Court at Kingston, stints in the US and Brasil, Security Manager for The Carlton in Johannesburg and 4½ years in the Comoros Islands as Security Manager for Sun International Hotels.  He wrote in March 2008 :" I left the Seychelles in 2006 for Joburg but missed island life too much and returned end 2007 to live on Mahe. "   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

John Moss (M88) is a senior accoutant with the London Underground.

Kurayi Mpambawashe (P82) has lived in the UK for over 12 years.  He was the Food & Beverage Manager at a hotel in Reading, but now lives with his partner and three kids near Birmingham and is Warwick University's Catering Manager.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Fungai Mparadzi (P85) was married in 1998, is an ACCA and works for TZI in Harare.

Richard Mukarati (G87) studied mechanical engineering at UZ.

Farai Munemo (M86) the 1986 Head Boy, studied at Exeter College, Oxford.  He joined the Peterhouse staff in 2005 to teach English and coach sport.

John Munowenyu (P87) studied chemistry at UZ.

Tutsi Mureka (88) did an undergraduate degree at UCT then a Masters at Manchester University and now works in the UK.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Henry Murinda (F89) lives in Swaziland This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mukwakwame Leslie Musikavanhu (E86) graduated Summa cum Laude from Tuskegee University in Architecture and received the American Institute of Architecture Gold Medal and Certificate of Excellence in Architecture in 1993.  He worked with a firm of architects in Oakland, California as a Project Designer for the African American Museum and Library and on a number of project in Zimbabwe including The National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo. He owns Sharp Shop Architects in Johannesburg.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Murray Mussett (P84) studied at both UCT and the University of Natal. he lives in Melbourne and is the marketing director of BeenThere tv.

Elliot Mutangadura (M85) worked as a pharmacist with Datlabs in Harare, but was last sighted running his own very successful bakery in Hatfield, Harare.

Pepukai Muyambo (M89) was with Deloitte & Touche in Gweru, but our spy "Frank Source" spotted him working as a fund manager with National Discount House in Harare in 2000.

Jessie Muzvidzva (PHG89) is a bank manager in Harare.


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Ambrose Ndhlovu (P88) is an Executive Director at Magstell Global Strategies Inc.in Toronto.

Chris Newmarch (P86) was producing coffee and tea for Southdown Holdings in Chipinge years ago.  He now lives in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia and has two kids.  He was reported in 2009 to be a manager at Lefroyvalley.

Steve Newmarch (E87) farmed near Harare.  He now lives in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia and has two kids where he was reported in 2009 to be a nursery manager.

We've lost touch with Angus Nicoll (E87) since he went to Europe on a working holiday after completing an MSc in soil and water studies at Natal University.

Anthony Normand (G81) graduated in Business Science at UCT and lives in Oxshott, Surrey, UK. He works in banking and has two daughters.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Oliver Nudds (M85) studied at Kingston College and is a director of Aquaquad (Pty) Limited, boat builders in Durban.

Ben Nyabadza (P88) who was DJing on Radio3 & Radio1 and also featuring on ZTV1, in 2001 bid his faithful listeners to the ZBC Early Morning Show a fond farewell as he was off to try his luck 'over the border,' presumably in SA or Mozambique.

George Nyabadza (P86) is married and was the Managing Director of Blue Ribbon Foodworks, but resigned in 2001.  After qualifying from UZ with a degree in accountancy, George did a stint at Ernst and Young to obtain his CA (Z) and then got his MBA (UNISA) and worked as the Dealer Principal for Amtec Motors in Bulawayo.

Dr Misheck G Nyabadza (P89) is married with one son.  He studied medicine at UZ and went to UK in 1998 to do post-graduate studies in Anaesthetics.  He was working at the Southampton University NHS Trust when we last heard .

Kudzai Nyangoni (G89) worked for Ove Arup Engineers after obtaining a BSc (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree.  I am still with Howden Africa Holdings Limited in Johannesburg, where I am Managing Director of James Howden Holdings (Pty) Limited, a subsidiary of Howden Holdings Limited. I do bump into Petreans in South Africa and the Uk – great community indeed! My son Tapiwa had an illustrious 4 years at Peterhouse where he played rugby and scored some notable tries that were written about in local newspapers. He opted to complete his A levels at St John’s College in Johannesburg where he is completing his A Levels this year and anticipating to continue with Univertsity studies in the UK. In 5th Form he was awarded soccer colours and appointed the first team soccer captain. His brother Taffy has been admitted into Grade 8 at St John’s (JHB) in 2017 and will unfortunately miss the great Peterhouse experience. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Updated 2016

 

Chibeza Nyirenda (M) was a surgeon in Los Angeles but "is now a consultant with an orthopaedic research subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson dealing in artificial joints."  He is married and has three young Nyirendas.

Ngoli Vukani Nyirenda (M82), who has "discovered the joy of deep sea fishing", is a Lighting Technician and Designer for the motion picture industry in Los Angeles.  He is married to Caressa, a mortgage banker.  He checked in during February 2002 and life in LA seemed less stressful than in modern day Zambia.


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Dr Daniel Okero (F86) gained a BSc in Zoology from Rhode Island University and graduated in 1996 from Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery with a degree in Dental Surgery.  He returned to Kenya after getting his DDS and took an opportunity to go to Zimbabwe (Gwanda, in the Buluwayo area), where he practiced until 2001.  He wrote in May 2006: "I'm a qualified prosthodontist practicing as an associate in a private practice in Tampa, Florida.  Still unmarried."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Samson Okero (F86) wrote in December 2002: "I left Standard Chartered Bank after 7 years, having worked as a Corporate Dealer in their Kenya Treasury, before working for 2 1/2 years in Tanzania as Country Treasurer there.  I then returned to Kenya and joined their Corporate Bank for 2 years.  I am now working with Citibank in the Corporate Bank. "

Evert Oostindien (P88) obtaining a BSc Agriculture.  He wrote in March 2005:"After spending two years in Zim in the horticultural business I left for the UK.  Spent a year there doing odd jobs and then went to South of France where I joined a 38 metre private motor yacht going around the world.  After two years on there and travelling from France to Australia and all in between I had an eight month holiday before going back to the South of France where I joined an 86 metre private motor yacht.  Have been on that yacht for three and a half years and am presently the Second Officer.  Got married in Nov 2003 to Pippa Hanssen and have a nine month old son, Ethan.  At present, still living in France, close to Cannes!"   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Wayne Osterberg (E87) read law at the University of Cape Town and worked for Wintertons in Harare.  He spent time with HSBC Stockbrokers and Robert Fleming Corporate Finance in Harare; Stockbrokers Botswana and Fleming Asset Management in Gaborone; and is now based in Perth with Fleming Australia.  He is married to Lucy and has 3 sons. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Matthew Owen (M89) is a CA and works for Deloittes in Harare.

Ian Owtram (G83) studied at Seale Hayne Agricultural College. He wrote in 2003: " I spent 7 years in the UK including work for several years at Whipsnade Zoo, having achieved a distinction in Zoo Animal Management and obtaining the highest marks in the country, and I moved to SA.  I spent 8 years working as a guide at Thornybush Reserve before setting up my own business training Field Guides.  I bought myself a small piece of land and built my training centre- Antares, www.antares.co.za 1  I am heavily involved with FGASA, Field Guides Assoc. of SA, being the chairman of the Lowveld North region and serving on the National Executive and with our local reserve near Phalaborwa.  I married Mel Spink on the 29th March 2003 and we both very happily living on our piece of land and running the training courses."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Grant Page (E83) is a qualified accountant with Coopers & Lybrand in London in their Forensic Accounting Division.  He lives in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.

Ajay Patel (G89) was initially a croupier and inspector at the casino at Leopard Rock, but was a Gaming Supervisor for Sky City Casino in Auckland, New Zealand in 2001.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rimal Patel (F89) graduated from Southern Illinois University with a degree in Management and Finance.  He owns and runs an hotel in St Louis, Mo.

Alan Paterson (G88) lives in London  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Murdo Paterson (M85) qualified as a Chartered Secretary at Technikon Natal , returned to Zim with wife Janet as Financial Manager/Company Secretary of Mashco based in Marondera.  They settled in New Arlesford, Hampshire in 1998 where Murdo was financial director of the Christian Literature Crusade (CLC).  His brother Hugh Paterson (M86) and brother-in-law Simon Hammond are still in Zimbabwe.  He left the UK August 2008 for Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hugh Paterson (M86) is married and lives in Harare

Will Paterson (P85) is married with a child and was an IT Project Manager in London, but moved to Auckland, NZ in July 2000.

Richard Paver (E89) wrote in December 2006:  "I left Zim in 2001 with my wife Sarah (nee Gibson) and legged it to New Zealand. Was tobacco farming in Banket at the time.  Been on a cropping and sheep farm across here and currently on a dairy farm. Got a son (5) and daughter (9) and no plans for any more!"  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We've lost touch with Brendon Paul (E88) since he left UCT.

Ben Peech (M89) is the Lead Investigator with Converse County Sheriff Dept in Wyoming, married with 4 children.

Pavlo Pilakoutas (F89) wrote in 2007:" I completed an automotive engineering apprenticeship, then moved into the hospitality industry.  Worked for the Keg group ZW, and a few smaller restaurants, namely Taverna Athina, Moved to SA in 99 and worked for Ocean Basket, left to start a brand Global Wrapps which is growing, moved to Mugg & Bean Franchising in 04 climbed the corporate ladder quickly.  Moved to Cape Town in Sept 06, bought the Mugg in Bayside, have been married for 5 years to Simone and have 2 great step daughters Megan & Catherine."

Clark Pegg (F84) lives in Cape Town and is married to Katherine.  They had their first child in 1998. Clark is Operations Director at CWC Pty Ltd, a food and beverage company.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ronald Pfende (P89) qualified as a Chartered Accountant after serving articles with Deloitte & Touche in Gweru.  He was BP & Shell in Harare as the Finance Manager and then the BP Cape Town office.  He wrote in February 2002  "Still working for BP as a Finance Manager, however, now stationed in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.  Hopefully this time I will be able to stay in one place for longer than 6 months!"   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Greg Phillips (F87) and Carol had a daughter at Triangle in 1999.

Keith Phillips (F89) was awarded the medal for being the top student at Circencester Agricultural College.  He wrote in October 2002: "I leased a property and ran my own farming business at Beatrice.  Unfortunately the current crisis forced me to make changes.  So I am now doing an International MBA in Food and Agribusiness through the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, UK.  I am currently in the States at Utah State Uni as part of the exchange programme for this MBA.  I hope to graduate late next year."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Charles Pilson (G83) studied civil engineering at UCT.

Anthony Pittman (E82) wrote in 2007: "Still in the British Army, coming to the end of two years in command of 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards.  It has been an incredible experience and the undoubtedly the highlight of my military career.  I have recently returned from a second tour in Iraq; best described as complex, dangerous and seriously hot (55 degrees daily for 5 months!).  Currently based in Osnabruck, Germany I return to England in October.  My wife continues to tolerate me and we have two children; Olivia (10) and Tom (8).  I am always willing to help any Petreans who might want to do a spell in the British Army. "  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Robin Powles (F84) studied at Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Richard Price (M83) is married to Carolyn Fletcher.

Thomas Price (P85) qualified at UCT as a civil engineer and was last sighted working in Gaborone.

Angus Preston was married to Pam Hill in 2001.

Steve Prowse (E88) was married to Angela Regadas in 1999, and has a daughter Kayla, lives in Harare and works at Imaging Solutions Pvt Ltd.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Adam Pyle (P83) has a senior position with Southern Health Care, a division of Anglo American.

Craig Pyle (P81) has moved to Cape Town in 1999 where he owns a coffee shop.  He previously operated a Juicy Lucy outlet specialising in fruit juices and health foods in Pretoria.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Rupert Radford-Hardy (M88) studied at hotel school in Zim. He wrote in November 2002: "I have lived in the UK for over 10 years now.  Completed my further education in Hotel Management and now represent The Savoy Group, specialising in the promotion of meetings and events for our four 5 star deluxe hotels in London and our 16th Century country hotel in the Cotswolds.  Travel a lot to the US and Europe but am based in the West End of London, workwise, and live in Surrey - currently renovating my Victorian house!"   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Oliver Radford is based in Kuala Lumpur and works for a tobacco company.

Mike Ralston (E85) lived for while in South America, but then checked in from Zim as the Rhone Poulenc Rorer Country Manager.  Mike left Zimbabwe in 1998 to work for Africa Online (internet company) as Group CFO in Nairobi.  He participated in an MBO for one of the Group's divisions in 2003 before moving to Perth, Australia in July 2004.  Mike is married to Dean McGregor's (P84) sister Sharon and has three children.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mickey Rambo (E88) did a B Comm at the University of Natal, 'Maritzburg. He is married and we hope that he still farms in the Harare South area .  We saw him at the school playing cricket against the Petreans in November 2001.

Bruce (Karl) Raubenheimer (E81) lives in Tauranga, New Zealand.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bill Reid (G83) did his accountancy articles with Price Waterhouse, Zimbabwe.

William Sean "Yank" Richardson (F85) the only American at Peterhouse during his years, lived in Costa Rica and Mexico before joining the Marine Corps and then US Army, leaving on a medical discharge in 1996.  He wrote in 2007: "My wife was in law enforcement, but got bored with the politics of working there, and is now a successful realtor in Tucson, Arizona.  I now have 2 grandsons, one from my oldest son, and one from my oldest daughter.  My son recently got medically discharged from the United States Army, and my daughter is married to a helicopter mechanic who is in the Air Force."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

John Ridout (M80) was last reported to be married and a civil engineer in Hertfordshire, England.

Adam Ridgewell (G89) had a year in the British Army then returned to Zim as a tobacco buyer.  Adam then studied Sports Therapy and Massage in Vancouver, Canada (96-99) and married a Canadian in August 2001.  They have moved to Wimbledon, London and Adam is doing a degree in Osteopathic Medicine at the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Brian Robertson (M87) qualified as an electronics engineer at Boston University.  He was working for Philips Electric in Zurich in the mid '90s after spells in England and Brussels.

Oliver Roebuck (M89) lives about 20 miles north of Belfast and is happily married to an Irish maiden and has two kids.  He sells Renault at a local dealership.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark Rose (E81) lives in Sussex and works in the family airline business.  He has a Welsh wife and two children.  He attended the wedding of Dave Warke (E81) in 1996 where he saw Anthony Normand (G81) with his wife and two daughters. Ant was "something in the City."

Simon Rose (E84) with his brother Paul (E79) operate a very large dairy products business, which is tied into the family air charter business to move those products around the world.  It is reported that Rupert Hackwill is with them in the business. Simon and Leigh a son in 1999.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lanfranco Roselli (F87) qualified with a BSc in Engineering at Natal University and was in Australia when we last heard from him.

Andrew Ross (S85) died in 1998 aged 31 after a brave fight against cancer.  His contempories will remember his commanding presence as a 245 pound lock in the First XV. Contact his mother Jo Ann Ross  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Clive Rowse (G74) lives in Kansas City.

Marimba Rushwaya (M89) graduated from UZ with a BSc Economics. He wrote in February 2004: "I  worked as an auditor with Zimdef for 5 years and then joined the media where I am a business editor with a local paper."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stacey Rushambwa (PHG89) was living and working in London and married to another (unamed!) Petrean when we last heard from her.

Fungai Ruwende (S86) studied at UZ, then spent 1991 in Germany before joining Coopers & Lybrand Management Consultants in Zimbabwe.  Since doing a course at the Harvard Business School, he has worked in New York, BCG and London with Bain and now in Johannesburg with Actis Capital Partners, a private equity firm.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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John Sandall (M89) was with Windmill Fertilisers in the Eastern Districts and prior to that worked at Grasslands Research Station in Marondera on a stone fruit and drought tolerant fruit tree project.  In 2011 he was living in Harare with Jeanine and two sons, Matthew and Neil and working in the financial services industry.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Peter Sandy-Thomas (G82) and Curls had a son in 1999. Peter is 'something in finance' and lives in Harare.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Derrick Sanyahumbi (P88) the 1988 Head Boy started out working for Rothmans in Harare as a tobacco leaf manager then spent a year in Cape Town working for British American Tobacco Company.  Derrick returned to Zimbabwe to join Cut Rag Processors as Marketing Director then moved in 2004 to Jakarta, Indonesia as Marketing Consultant for the British Chamber of Commerce .  He wrote in 2009: "From Indonesia, moved to Bangladesh in April 2006 where I worked for the British Council as a Professional Skills Trainer, then moved on to a local think-tank, Bangladesh Enterprise Institute working on CSR and finally settled with the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group as a Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Officer until he moved to Kathmandu Nepal.  We left Nepal after 2 years and relocated to Malawi, based in Lilongwe. We were there for 3 years and some of that time I worked for Wilderness Safaris Malawi in marketing. We moved to London, UK in July 2014 and am now working for GRM Futures Group of companies, as Sales & Marketing Manager. We hope to settle in the UK, but always happy to wait and see what life has in store for us. 

 

Dr Douglas Sanyahumbi (P88) lectured in the Department of Biochemistry at Rhodes University while completing his doctorate developing a bacterial system for the treatment of contaminated wastewater (toxic heavy metals, mine water etc) and was also House Warden at one of the res.  Doug was a Research Fellow at Birmingham University, UK and moved to Cape Town in 2005 to take up a job as a project analyst. Douglas is still in Cape Town but changed jobs and has been working for the University of the Western Cape as Director of the Technology Transfer Office working managing the protection and commercialisation of Intellectual Property emanating from the University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa. He is now engaged to be married to Dr Amy Sims from Houston Texas. She is a Pediatric Cardiologist who has been doing some work in Malawi. The wedding is set for some time in August 2015. 

Dr Andrew Sanhewe (P82) studied at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester and then took a doctorate at Reading University.  He is with a seed company in Pietermaritzburg.

We've lost touch with Alan Savage (E87) since he read Electronic Engineering at Southampton University.

Tony Saywood (S88) is a production manger for All-Foam Industries in Vancouver, Canada.

Pete Saywood (S84) qualified as a diesel mechanic in 1988 and did contract work throughout Botswana for four years before returning to the family farm at Karoi.

Sir John Southby (E66) met Jeremy Scott (85) in mid 1998 while staying at the Rex St Lucian Hotel north of Castries in St Lucia, where Jeremy was an Assistant Manager.  It is a very small world.

Steve Scott (S85) graduated from Rhodes University in 1993 with an MA in Human Movement Studies and at one stage managed a Sports and Health Centre in Harare. His is married to Linda and is the General Manager of Derjay Distributors in Durban which manufactures, packages and supplies plastic household products to the major retail outlets throughout South Africa.

Greg Schreuder (M84) lives in Gauteng and works in the world of furniture removals.  He was a member of The Petreans, an indoor cricket team along with some other old boys.

Sean Searle (P87) graduated with a BComm from Rhodes.  He wrote in March 2002: "I left Zimbabwe mid 2001 after a stint in Victoria Falls flying microlights commercially, and am now settled in Plettenberg Bay in South Africa.  I have my own hire business, doing marquees, furniture, linen and tableware.  I'm married to Sally, who I met at Rhodes, and have 2 sons."

Dr Gerald Shambira (M86) is a medical doctor, who runs a successful private practice in Harare.  He was previously a doctor in the Zimbabwe National Army and served in the UN peacekeeping force in Angola.

Dr Valentine Shambira (M89) worked for Unilever in Harare but wrote in 2005: " I am working in London as a freelance engineer since 2004, having spent 5 years in Harare."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

David Shepherd (M86), who did a Mechanical Engineering degree at Bristol University now works for Rolls Royce designing jet aircraft engines, and hopefully preventing them from falling out of the sky!

Michael Shepherd (M87) studied Geography at Anglis Polytechnic, Cambridge and returned to become an irrigation expert at Triangle Sugar Estates in the Lowveld. He wrote in 2001: "I left Triangle Sugar Estate, in 1999, moved to Harare and worked as an irrigation consultant /designer for IDAS for a year (2000) and am now in Dubai, after a brief period in UK, (couldn't stand the weather), designing and constructing crude oil fiscal metering systems for the family firm based in the UK."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Andrew "Squash" Shoesmith (E87 and Staff 10 - present) is married to Sarah { Lewis } Shoesmith (PHG90 and Staff 10 - present) and ran Shearwaters Helicopters at Vic Falls.  They set up Quest For Best Limited, a management and leadership training company in Guildford, UK in which they were both involved before Squash did an MBA in Glasgow.  They then owned a business in Kent importing railway sleeper furniture and other amazing products and gifts from Zimbabwe.  They have two sons, Cullen and Ben and a daughter Genevieve. They returned to Zimbabwe in 2008 where Andrew was Managing Director of Redemsys.  He joined Sarah on the Peterhouse staff where he is the dynamic Housemaster of Tinokura, Chairman of the Petrean Society and organiser of fantastic expeditions including to Kilimanjaro and the 2012 Kariba Safari.   Strategy Office

Will Simons (P81) is a civil engineer in South Africa.  He was working on the Moss Gas Project near Mossel Bay in the early '90s.

Grant Sinclair (P84) did a BSc at Rhodes.  After teaching at St George's and a spell in business, Grant taught at Peterhouse for years along with his wife Kate and was Housemaster of Malvern.  They now live in Blenheim New Zealand.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr Paul Sinclair (P87) is a medical doctor and was doing his internship in the former Ciskei when we last heard from him.

Roy Sinclair (P82) did a B Comm at Rhodes.  He moved to the family farm in Banket after a successful career at Edgars Stores.

Andrew Spencer (G85) lived in Valencia, Spain for many years before moving to Belgium for a couple of years. He was back in Spain in 2012 working in Barcelona in management as a supply chain specialist. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Anthony Sprague (P84) worked as a research geologist for Exxon in the '80s.

Mitch Stambolie (S87) runs the family butchery.

Peter Start (F80) was farming tobacco, maize, cattle and citrus near Mvurwi.  He has a wife and four children.

Rob Stewart (M89) was with Coopers & Lybrand but was a director and financial manager of Rhone Poulenc Agro Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd , a subsidiary of Rhone Poulenc SA in France when he last checked in.

Alan Stidolph (E88) did a BSc Agriculture at Pietermaritzberg University.

Ben Strawson (88), whose parents both taught at Peterhouse, left the school after a year at Springvale and two across the road when his father R J Strawson (Staff 88) accepted a position teaching physics at Abingdon School, England. Ben completed a computer science degree at University College, London University in 1988 and is the Technical Director at Vexed Digital in London.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Daniel Strawson (G88) wrote in 2002: "I'm currently the TD of a new media solutions company in London - Good Technology Ltd. I still live in Cambridge, but commute to London every day".   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Glenn Stutchbury (M83) is the General Manager of Meikles Hotel, Harare.

A "notoriously unreliable source" described Wayne Stutchbury (M86) a few years ago as a "successful artist and bon vivant. Travels widely to fuel artistic inspiration - many exhibitions in Harare."  Sounds good!

Barry Style (M89) was last sighted as a professional hunter and company pilot for Buffalo Range Safaris.

Andrew Swire-Thompson (S89) married Jessica Mentz in 1998 and was in citrus farming at Mazowe, after graduating with a B.Soc.Sci. degree from UCT before doing an MSc Agribusiness Finance and Management at Ohio State University, USA.  He was back in Harare working for Flora Marketing (Pvt) Ltd when we last heard.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jeremy Swire-Thompson (S87) graduated cum laude in Electrical Engineering at Natal Technicon in 1996.  He is married with a son, lives near Reading, UK and works for Yellowpages doing system engineering work.


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John Taffs (M82) was last reported to be farming in the Chipinge area.

Bruce Tapping (E88) lives in Shanghai, China after moving into private banking after 10 years in magazine publishing in London and Cape Town.  He travels regularly including back to Zim - It's still home!  He is also a director and founder of WEZIMBABWE - the charity that hosts the London ZIMFEST every year.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard Tasker (G85) studied Industrial Psychology at Rhodes University.  After graduating he joined Price Waterhouse, moving onto Oracle Corporation based out of Geneva and then to Deloitte based in Johannesburg. Richard then started his own consulting firm in South Africa in 2004 focusing on Organisational Culture and Values.  He happily lives on a farm near Hartbeespoort Dam with his partner.  They were planning in 2007 to relocate their businesses and lives to Australia.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Neil Taylor (F85) is married with 2 boys.  He is a partner at tbi Solicitors in Cleveland, England when not still trying to get a scratch handicap at golf.

Mark Thomas (G86) operates a transport company in Zimbabwe.

Tim Thomson lives in Cape Town.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Guy Thornycroft (M88) is married with four children, lives in Australia and consults to the Financial Planning industry.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Anthony Tippett (G81) was merchant banking in London.

Stuart Tippett (S88) completed a farm management diploma and returned to the family farm, Glenisla, where he was still farming "with interruptions" when we last heard.

Dr Bill Toet (G82) practised as a doctor in both South Africa and England and then did an MBA in Cape Town.  He wrote in 2011: "I am an Endocrinologist in Cape Town’s southern suburbs.  Still married, 2 children. Hairline and waist line divergent." This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Neil Tomlin (E87) did a BCom at 'Martizburg and lives in Oslo.

Christopher Tonge (P89) lives in Cheshire, UK and may be seen outside Manchester United on any match day.  He got married in 1997 to Debbie Seed and has his own company that imports, retails and manufacures textiles and garments.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Brian Townsend (F89) was last sighted running the family farm in Mazoe.

Stuart Trott (P89) joined Deloitte and Touche Harare in 1990, and completed Articles and qualified as CA(Z) in 1995.  He left for London, UK and joined Chase Manhattan Bank (now JPMorgan Chase) Finance Technology Architecture, married Lia Walker in 1998 and has a daughter.  In 2012 he was an IT Advisory Senior Manager at Ernst & Young in Perth Western Australia.

Trevor Trott (P89) wrote 2006: "I live in Witbank South Africa and have recently moved careers.  I used to work for a large opencast mine, managing a dragline and contractor operation for 17 years.  I now head up the South African Branch of an Australian Mining Consulting company, Ground Breaking Innovations Pty Ltd, that gives specialised consulting in dragline and production operations.  I am married to Karen and have two wonderful girls, Symone and Tamry."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ivan Truscott (S86) studied at Lackham, then ran the family farm near Mutare.  However, "uninvited guests" made things difficult and he now farms in Narromine near Dubbo, NSW.  He and Marion have two kids and are now Australian citizens  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

David Tshuma (P84) studied at the University of Zimbabwe (1985-1988),and played rugby for Old Hararians and Goshawks XV, before leaving for Nevers, France to play league rugby for two years for Club Nivernais.  David also got Zimbabwe national colours for Judo, (1980-1985), culminating in a bronze medal in East and Central African Championships held in Lusaka, Zambia.  He wrote in 2008: "I am still working in Montreal, Quebec as Commercial Real Estate Appraiser having come here in 2006 from Dallas, Texas, where I worked in the same field since 2005.  Before that I was in Johannesburg from 1994. Married with three children. "   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Richard "Black Diamond" Tsimba (P82) who made his mark playing for Zimbabwe in the inaugural Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 1987, tragically died in car accident in Harare on 30 April 2000.  He was 35. Richard carved a name for himself at Peterhouse as a brilliant centre and was the Zimbabwean Sports Person of the Year in 1987.  He has ran a transport business and was a regular golfer at Ruwa Country Club. Our condolences go out to his wife Chloe and their three daughters.  Richard represented Zimbabwe from 1986 -1987 and 1990-1991.  In his illustrious career he notched up 20 caps for his country.  One of his most outstanding achievements was in a game against Kenya in Nairobi in 1987, where he scored five tries.  In that 1987 season he scored 14 tries to make him Zimbabwe's all time top try scorer in a season.  In 1986, Richard made his international debut against the USSR.  It was the following year, in 1987, at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, where he announced his presence to the world with "that try" - an amazing score against Romania.  The "Black Diamond", as he was nicknamed, left Zimbabwe to play in the USA from 1988 - 1989.  He returned in 1990, and in the following year put on the green and white hoops once again. Richard's final international game was at the 1991 World Cup, in England, where he played against Japan.  He played social rugby till 1994.


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Anthony Vandoros (G87) studied at Rhodes University qualified as a Chartered Accountant, spent 9 years in Europe and recently returned to start a series of ventures in Pretoria.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark Vandoros (G89) did Civil Engineering Degree at the University of Cape Town and then worked for Grinaker Construction in Zimbabwe for three years.  He wrote in September 2002: "I married Kate in December 1996 and then moved to the UK where I worked for John Sisk for two years in the building industry.  In 1999 I completed an MBA at Henley Management College and have since been working for Cavendish Corporate Finance, advising shareholders on the sale of their businesses."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mike van Duren (G87) studied Agricultural Economics at Natal University.  He is married to Cate and we hope that they are still farming in Virginia, near Macheke.

Warren van Rooyen (F84) the 1984 head boy, worked for C F Tully in Harare, but moved to Johannesburg in 1998, where he is an in-house lawyer with IBM.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Peter van Jaarsveldt (E89) wrote in 2008: "I am still in Pinner, North West London with 2 kids (Imogen 9 and Gabriel 7).  I have been building my own IT consultancy for the past few years. I came back to Zim last year for the first time since 1997 and was extremely surprised at how things had changed.  I have heard from a mutual friend that Rod Meikle ( E89) is living in Hornchurch with his daughters."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phil van Wyk (F88) wrote in 2004 : "Having enjoyed a quite fantastic cricket tour to Oz 88/89 I went on to study Dental Technology at Natal Tech, then worked in Durban for 2 yrs.  That done I packed my bags for the UK intending to travel but seem to have got bogged down in London.  Having initially done a variety of contract jobs I am now working for The Royal Bank of Scotland (not Bank of Scotland) - previously NatWest - where I have been since 1997. Am living in Southfields (SW London) along with an estimated 25,000 Zimbabweans & South Africans.  Catch up whenever possible with Andrew Mills (who has recovered very well from his broken hip) and recently had the pleasure of visiting David Candy and family in their new home near Spalding.  Also recently caught up with Ian Kershaw who is still in Nottingham and his company CDA continues to expand.  Regularly travel to Australia to see family in Perth ."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Robin Vela (P89) got a BSc (Hons) in economics and accounting from Bristol University, then qualified as a UK chartered accountant after articles with Coopers & Lybrand.  He lives in London and works as an investment banker in the City of London.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Derek Vincent (P87 and Staff 92-94) distinguished himself by achieving four As at A Level.  After gaining a BSc at Pietermaritzburg University, Derick returned to teaching maths and physics and as House Tutor of Grinham. Rowing flourished under his charge and he organised two successful rowing tours.  The Christian Forum grew in numbers and maturity under his oversight, despite his guitar playing! He was also involved in rock climbing and in Gosho Park of which he had been a founding member as a student.  Derick left to go into full time Christian work with Zambezi Ministries.


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Dave Walke(81) graduated from the University of Natal and works in sales for Dell in the UK.

Jason Wallace (F87) had his first book published in 2010.  It is called Out of Shadows and is set at a school in Zimbabwe during the 1980s.  If they read the first 2 chapters on his website, Petreans will get an idea as to which school it is set around.....  www.outofshadows.co.uk  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jonathan Wallace (F86) worked with the Savoy Group of Hotels and Restaurants from 1987 to 1995 in both London and Paris. In 1995 - 97 Jonathan was the Restaurant Manager of the Mandarin Grill at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, but returned to London in 1997 has been the Food & Beverage Manager at Brown's Hotel, Mayfair.  He wrote in 2007: "Now living in Kinsale, Co. Cork - have been since February 2004 Molly was 4 in July '07 and expecting Wallace number 2 in January '08 ."  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mike Waller (G84) is General Manager of Cybele Forest Lodge in the Eastern Transvaal. He is married with two children. He reports that Rob Liddle lives in Johannesburg and is a Regional Manager with Exim Reef.

Sean Waller (G84) lives in Venda and has built a Bush Lodge with his father. He is married with one child.

Kevin Waller (G84) runs a building trade business in Venda and is married with one child.

Clive McGill (F87) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is trying to make contact with.Nhamu Wakatama (F87) can anyone help?

Darrell Waterfall (F86) was living in the UK and engaged to Hilary Nourse when we last heard some time ago.

Adam Watson (G81) with his partner Alan Donald (P90) owns Aquagem Dive Safaris http://stop.at/aquagem a scuba diving, sailing, and spearfishing set up in Harare and Vilancoulas, Mozambique, which is part of the Zim Sun time share resort. His son Simon is in his last year of school.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phillip Webb (P86) worked in Florida on a yacht for 18 months, before returning to Harare in 1995 where he was the Systems Manager at Brake & Clutch. Phillip moved to Brisbane in 2002.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jacko Williams (G85) was married and working as a sound engineer in Sandton, RSA some years ago.

Michael Wood lives in Johannesburg.

Tony Wright (M85) who achieved a first at Rhodes then lectured at Rhodes, but was "travelling around the world while studying by correspondence" when he last checked in.

Chris Wright (M81) has lived in Brisbane for over 20 years.  He wrote in 2010: "I am married with two children at primary school.  I keep in contact with several class mates including Richard Bradshaw (Brisbane), Simon Bird (Sydney), John Taffs (Coffs Harbour NSW), Ralph Hudson (Perth), my brother Tony Wright (UK).  I am still with the same software company but now rebranded to Oniqua Enterprise Analytics providing software and services to mining and oil&gas companies around the world (www.oniqua.com).  I travel a fair bit for work mostly Denver and Rio de Janeiro."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nick Winkfield (M83) lives in London and was married in 1996 in England. He runs a decorating business. Paul van Hoof (E85) was the best man at Nick's wedding.

Adam Whitehead (M86) was working as a trader in futures contracts on bonds, metals and currencies for a bank in North Carolina, but he moved to Denver, Colorado some years ago.

Tom Whitehead (M89) was working on a 100 metre yacht in the South of France in 2004. Our spies reported in 2005 that the yacht had been sold and Tom is no longer living there.

Steve Whittingham (S82) returned to Zimbabwe after nine years in RSA and is General Manager of an international freight company.

Chris Wilken (M80) studied Elec Eng at UCT in Cape Town, then worked in SA and left in 93 to help brother Russell run the family earthmoving business back in Zim.  Set up home and shop on the family farm in Chinhoyi but left for SA again in 2000 when the farm was invaded and acquired.  Worked in the IT and business consulting field back in Joburg.  Currently working for PBMR in Pretoria building the world’ first Pebble Bed Nuclear Reactor. Married with 3 kids.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lance Wilken (M82) went AWOL after the Peterhouse rugby tour to England in 82. Surfaced in the US and has been there ever since. Married to a US lass and has 2 kids. Currently working in Seattle Washington State US working in the healthcare industry. Often sees Mark Noddy Mayo (E82).   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Russell Wilken (M84) went straight into earthmoving from school and built a very successful earthmoving business in Zim. Left for Zambia in 2000 when the family farm was expropriated.  Now runs a very successful earthmoving and mining company in Kitwe Zambia. Married with 3 kids.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

William Woodstock (E88) was an officer in the British Army in the Royal Tank Regiment, followed by working in London for a company organising worldwide expeditions for young people. He was last reported in 2011 to have married and moved to Ottowa.

Nigel Wootton (S84) who was a founder member of Snell, is married with twin girls and living near Bracknell.  He is a Boeing 757 Captain.

Bradley Wroe (E85) was articled to Barbour, Robb & O'Connor and is now Operations Manager with Produce Freight in Harare.


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Jason Zaaijman (86) obtained a BA degree from UCT and then a B.Compt degree from UNISA.  Jason completed his articles at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and worked as finance manager for Royal Baking Powder and then Maersk Sealand.  In 2006 he was finance director at Reckitt Benckiser, Zimbabwe.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr Elma { Zanamwe } Sikala (PHG88) one of the "original trio" and first PHG Head of School, studied veterinary medicine at UZ and graduated with a Masters in Veterinary Pathology.  She wrote in 2009: "  After completing my MSc in Veterinary Pathology and working as a lecturer in the Vet Department at UZ for almost 9 years, I landed a job as a Livestock Officer for the Food and Agriculture Organisation - UN in Harare, a position I have been holding for two years now.  I now have a full house of 6 kids, 3 boys and 3 girls.  My brother Bud, also a Petrean in living in the UK, has three kids and is married to Tsitsi Neshamba."   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Robert Zeibari (G84) was managing a 4ha rose project on the home farm in Trelawney when we last heard.  We hope he still is.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Luckymore Zinyama (F85) taught at Peterhouse for a number of years and led the successful 1997 soccer tour to Mauritius. He returned to the world of business in Zimbabwe in 2000.

 

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