Best Economics students receive awards

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2013-03-06

Several prizes were handed out on Tuesday night at the annual graduate awards ceremony at Moore's End in the beautiful Dwarsrivier Valley. Alexandra Doyle (pictured with prof Andrie Schoombee) was awarded the prestigious Cloete medal for her excellent undergraduate performance in Economics, achieving an average of 88.5% over her three undergraduate years. She is currently enrolled for a graduate degree at the University of Cape Town.

Other winners included Carel Kleynhans and Morné Hendriksz who shared the graduate Cloete medal for achieving an average of 80% in the Honours and Masters programmes, respectively. Genesis Analytics also awarded the top 5 third-year and Honours graduates.

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