The 2022 KMF Annual Awards Ceremony

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Each year the KMF awards its scholars for their academic achievements and excellence in their community.

2022 saw incredible achievements by many of our very talented and motivated KMF scholars, and we wish them all the very best for 2023!

The annual KMF Awards Celebration took place at Durbanville Convention Centre on the 18th of February 2023.

We celebrated all our scholars’ achievements, hard work, dedication, and tenacity in 2022. Scholars were celebrated for achievements in the following categories:

Dedication Award

This was awarded to one scholar per Grade. These scholars are always willing to assist at KMF functions or workshops. They are always eager to assist their KMF peers. When information is requested from them, they generally respond first. They are dedicated towards their work, always work hard, set a good example and are great role models for other scholars.


  • Grade 8 – Meagn
  • Grade 9 – Siwamkele
  • Grade 10 – Daniel
  • Grade 11 – Iyema and Sesethu


Top Candidate Per Grade (Grades 8, 9, 10 & 11)

This was awarded to the top academic achiever per Grade and was based on their average for the year. In addition, they were also the top achievers in their KMF grade group.


  • Grade 8 – Meagan with 86%
  • Grade 9 – Imrah with 86%
  • Grade 10 – Samantha with 87%
  • Grade 11 – Sharon with 92%


The Kay Mason Leadership Award 

This award is for the scholar who worked extremely hard the entire year, excelled academically, and found time for extra murals and community work. It is a scholar who sets the example for the rest. This year’s winner was Samantha. She is a role model, a leader and is driven to achieve her goals.

It goes without saying how proud we are of our scholars, especially this year when new challenges so frequently seemed.

DHL Helping to #AddLove

“What makes me happy within the learning and development area of mentoring is the trust you are building within a human being and to have a front-row seat in their lives as it unfolds”.

“Connecting people and improving lives by listening to their enquiring minds and larger than life smiles, whilst encouraging behaviours for mentees to become mentors (knock-on effect) and measuring the capabilities of presenting opportunities to the youth to become better, braver, louder within ourselves to continue to light the fire for education.” – Nisa Ebrahim, Global Head for Cargo Insurance & Risk Management, DHL Global Forwarding SA (Pty) Ltd.

We love the value partners like DHL add to what we do. They help us to #AddLove to the journey our scholars are on. Thank you, DHL, for your continued support.