Badenhorst Philip, Barnard Anine, Bonthuys Johan, Botha Hardy, Bouscharain Claude, Brigg Mell, Calf Gavin, Catherine Norman, Catlin Gail, Coutouvidis Ben, Dall Tay, De Beer Andre, De Bliquy Leon and De Clercq Hannetjie..... many more.
Alexander Keith, Ampenberger Iris, Ampenberger Stefan, Anderson Nils, Baker Kenneth, Battiss Walter, Boonzaier Gregoire, Boshoff Adriaan, Botha David, Boyley Errol, Buchner Carl, Buys Jan and Carter Sydney..... many more.
Du Toit Laura, Reade David, Meyer Hennie and Senekal Rika.
Brunskill Ruth, Chanu Louis, Dilema Florian Junge, Doyle Jean, Junge Florian, Loots Hannes, Malherbe Fana, Mpama Xhanti, Parker Earl, Rautenbach Stephen, Schneider Ernst and Richards Sarah..... many more.
The beautiful little town of Stellenbosch, roughly an hour from Cape Town, lies surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains in the Jonkershoek River Valley in one of the most picturesque settings in the Cape. The second oldest town in South Africa has fondly been called ‘Eikestad’ or city of oaks and its streets are lined with some of the most beautiful surviving examples of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture in the Cape.