Congratulations Sbusiso Nkosi

by | May 10, 2016 | Clive Hatch / Jeppe Scholarship

Sbusiso Nkosi

The Clive Hatch Scholarship congratulates Sbusiso Nkosi on being selected for the Springbok under 20 squad that will represent South Africa at the World Under 20 Championship in Manchester, England from June 7 to 25.

After matriculating from Jeppe Sbusiso joined the Sharks Academy.

Sbusiso Nkosi of Umjindi (Barberton), Mpumalanga was the first recipient of the Clive Hatch Education Scholarship to complete his matriculation examination in 2014 which he did with flying colours. Passing his matriic with a Bachelor Degree Admission obtaining three distinctions and a “B”.

Sbusiso Nkosi not only achieved very creditable academic results but also participated fully in the School’s extramural activities where he received half colours in athletics and full colours for Rugby. In 2013 and 2014 he represented the Golden Lions at the Craven Week inter provincial rugby tournament.He also showed his leadership skills and at the end of 2013 he was appointed as a school prefect for Tsessebe House at Jeppe High School for Boys.

Jeppe High School for Boys is Johannesburg’s oldest boys only public school having been established in 1890 in Fairview, Johannesburg.

The Clive Hatch Scholarship was established to provide the opportunity for financially disadvantaged boys of all races living in Mpumalanga who, despite difficult and challenging circumstances have shown a will to succeed, the opportunity to attend Tsessebe House, Jeppe High School for Boys.

The Clive Hatch Scholarship Fund was established by Clive Hatch, a Tsessebe House and Jeppe old boy, aims to build upon this potential by giving young men, who would otherwise never have had the opportunity for a quality education, the chance to attend Jeppe High School for Boys

Clive Hatch

About Clive Hatch

Clive Hatch is a political commentator and opinionist. He is a former Member and Leader of the Opposition in the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature. After matriculating from Jeppe High School for Boys in 1967 Clive Hatch has lived, worked and been involved in the Emalahleni (Witbank) community.

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