He graduated in after three years with the "Donga Doctors", which sharpened his awareness and concern for the preservation of the environment. His crusade for the conservation of fragile land and water resources took him to the then southern Rhodesia, where he gained much from their worthy programmes, then to Swaziland. There he worked for Her Majesty's Overseas Civil Service, educating farmers on good agricultural practice. His extension efforts were recognised with the award of the MBE. During these times he married Anne Killen and became father to three children Peter, Carolyn and Nicholas.
On retiring in , John got involved with the early days of the Pennington Environmental Group, holding office and the chairmanship for several years. He took on the challenge of preserving the coastal strip, including lobbying for the enforcement of environment protection legislation and responsible development. In his campaigns he was an avid writer of letters to editors, politicians and officials while launching programmes at local schools promoting environmental awareness.
John s legacy continues with Anne growing and supplying indigenous trees for worthwhile causes, daughter Carolyn keeping and eagle eye on developmental intrusions into nature, on behalf of WESSA and grandchildren Miquela and James budding into enthusiastic naturalists. Awards for artwork at junior schools in the locality for the cause of preservation of the land, flora and fauna are now made in memory of John Jerman.
After graduating Anthony worked in anaesthetics for over eight years prior to joining the Wits School of Public Health. He started his registrarship training in and was the first successful graduate after a five year hiatus in the training of specialists in public health medicine.
He taught both undergraduate and postgraduate students in the School of Public Health in subjects such as research methodology, biostatistics, epidemiology and infectious diseases. He was devoted to education and research in the field of mineral processing engineering and had been exceptional as both an administrator and a teacher as Head of the Department of Metallurgy at Wits, President of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Director of the USBM Generic Mineral Technology Center for Comminution and most recently as Chairman of the Department of Metallurgical Engineering at the University of Utah from which position he retired in As a teacher he received accolades from his students for excellent teaching.
Prior to retirement he extended his teaching approach beyond the traditional classroom and demonstrated his leadership in the field of mineral processing education by being the first to develop and give a mineral processing course to an international student body over the internet.
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In addition, Peter initiated and developed virtual laboratory software for undergraduate education in mineral processing. He developed and perfected precise measurement techniques involving image analysis and advanced models to interpret the resulting data. This work was recognized by honoring him with the A. Gaudin Award, the Society of Mining Engineering's most prestigious research award in the field of mineral processing. His legacy includes papers and 2 textbooks. Hymie Barney Klugman passed away in Johannesburg on 11 August after struggling with ill health for many years He was born in Lithuania in and came to South Africa at the age of 5.
He did his internship at Alexandra Clinic and Coronation Hospital continuing his studies to become a physician with a special interest in cardiac problems. His registrarship was done at Coronation and Baragwaneth hospitals. As a qualified physician he took a position at South Rand Hospital where he first worked full time as a junior physician later becoming chief physician He worked there for over 45 years.
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He had a busy practice in central Johannesburg until after which he practised from his home in Greenside. He also worked part time at the Miners Silicosis Bureau in Braamfontein. Hymie alo lectured in physiology at Wits medical school was a warm, kind and gentle young man who always put the needs of others first. He is survived by his parents, two brothers and grandparents.
Barbara passed away peacefully on 8 September with her family at her side after a brave battle with cancer. Barbara's association with Wits started long before she was born! Supporting her husband Francis career in Chemical Engineering Wits MBA she joined the physio department at Sasolburg Hospital where her first two children were born. She eventually went into private practice in Durban.
Donovan Hart was tragically shot dead while dropping off a friend at an informal settlement. He was actively involved in the St John's Ambulance Brigade. In he registered for a BSc degree at Rhodes University, majoring in chemistry and geology.
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World War II interrupted the completion of his degree and after the war he was accepted to Wits as one of the once off "Donga Doctors" for a degree Soil Conservation. In Robert left for Rhodesia, where he held a number of positions in the agricultural and conservation sectors. Peter was born on 24 December in Pietermaritzburg and started school at the Scottsville Primary School.
To get to university he had to take out a loan from the Department of Natal Education and then to pay it back by school teaching. On his return Peter taught at Rhodes University in Grahamstown. In Peter returned to Roma where the family lived until the end of Peter joined Wits as Professor of Education in January , and thereafter played many roles at the University.
He also joined the board of the newly established Educational Opportunities Council, an NGO established by Bishop Tutu in or about , to provide off-shore education opportunities for black students who might otherwise be deprived of excellent education.
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Peter remained on the board of that organization until his death. In he was appointed Director of the Academic Support Programme, the first unit of its kind in the country. He was Deputy Dean of the faculty of Education from Peter reached He completed his degree in and enlisted in the South African Engineer Corps with the lower rank of sapper. He obtained the rank of major and upon demobilization in was awarded the Military Cross for gallantry. He was also awarded four campaign medals.
Once home he worked at various mines, until in he ended up at the head office of Union Corporation where he rose to he position of managing director and eventually executive chairman. He was still the chairman when it merged with General Mining, another giant of the South African mining industry, to become Gencor.
Outside his business career he contributed significantly to South African society and industry working on the councils of Wits, Pretoria and Port Elizabeth Universities.
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He received many awards and accolades, including an honoury doctorate from Wits and was inducted into the Top five businessmen in Marguerite completed her BMus at Wits in , and after spending a year taking master classes in Germany she completed her Higher Diploma in Education at the Johannesburg College of Education. She taught french, music, afrik ns and history at various high schools in Johannesburg before becoming active in early childhood education with the Yamaha Foundation for Music.
She later lectured to student teachers, first at the Johannesburg Nursery School Training College and later at the Johannesburg College of Education before joining the School of Music at Wits in , as a lecturer of music methodology for class music. She retired from Wits in , having played a leadership role, rallying support and actively participating in initiatives seeking to re-position the School of Music within a sustainable niche.
Marguerite established an excellent reputation on a national level through her contributions to music education. Believing that denying children full access to the arts impoverishes their minds, Marguerite stressed that music is a highway for exploring the emotional and aesthetic dimensions of experience. She pointed out that music helps us learn a significant lesson: that all aspects of life are not quantifiable. Marguerite was committed to community outreach programmes, one of her primary objectives with her students being to arouse their interest in community projects.
In , Marguerite was awarded a doctorate posthumously for her dissertation towards a Philosophy of Music Education in South Africa. Her aim was to establish if it could be possible to bring the diverse musics of South Africa together in an intercultural music education philosophy for South Africa.
She believed that when children learn to enjoy the music of others, and by drawing community members into the music-making process in a genuine way, nation building will be fostered. From she had progressively become reliant on permanent supplemental oxygen due to bronchiestasis, but Marguerite remained active through sheer energy and determination until her death in April She had an extraordinary ability to remain positive amidst the most adverse of lifes circumstances.
She loved the simple things that made up the fabric of her life - her beautiful garden, her kitchen, her family and her friends. Peter John Roberts, principal tutor in the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering passed away on 24 September after a severe illness. In his eulogy Prof Snaddon described Peter as a bright, enthusiastic, optimistic collegial friend- a person who was a team member, a person who cared.
He was sensitive to other people, a person who could be completely trusted.
His passion was for his students and he would try to see the best in all. Born in , he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Ken Addison was born in Salisbury in the then Southern Rhodesia. In , he volunteered for military service and served in East Africa and Burma. In , Ken and his family emigrated to Queensland Australia. He worked as senior agristologist for the department of primary industries and was the officer in charge at Brian Pastures Research Station in Gayndah, Queensland until his retirement in Ken passed away on the 4th September Born 22 December in Pietermaritzburg, Akerman matriculated from Michaelhouse.
In addition to a medical degree, he held Red Cross first aid and nursing certificates and a pilots licence. He specialised in anaesthetics then practised in Durban in the sixties. He married Pamela Reardon in and they had two children. The family returned to England where Akerman studied histopathology, becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in He published extensively in conjunction with the Natal Medical School and, at his retirement in , was department head at both Addington and the Natal Regional Laboratory Services.
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