BVi Supporting Young Visionaries

Last year, BVi was proud to achieve the distinction of having delivered half a century of outstanding engineering excellence. To celebrate their 50th anniversary, the company invited 50 schools from the seven regions in which they operate to participate in an exciting essay competition for grade 11 learners.

At a function held in December last year, the company honoured the winners of the competition, as their ‘BVi Visionaries’.  The winner in each region received a bursary of R80 000 per annum for the duration of their studies with the overall winner, Tiisetso Morgan Ntlhane, receiving an additional R40 000, which amounts to R120 000 per annum for the duration of his studies.

The winners in the various regions are:
TIISETSO MORGAN NTLHANE from Ratshepo High School (Kudube) in GAUTENG
FANELESIBONGE DLAMINI from Maceba Secondary School (Nqutu) in KWAZULU-NATAL
RAYWIN WITBOOI from Protea Hoërskool (Nieuwoudtville) in the NORTHERN CAPE
MODISE OLEBOGENG from Bainsvlei Combined School (Bloemfontein) in the FREE STATE
ASHWANITA SWARTS from Wesbank High School (Malmesbury) in the WESTERN CAPE
KWAKHANYA MONA from Sandiswe High School (Mdantsane) in EAST LONDON
SIPHOSETHU MKOTO from Soqhayisa Senior Secondary School (Motherwell) in PORT ELIZABETH
































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