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THE KING EDWARD VII ASSOCIATION

King Edward VII School is recognized throughout South Africa as a School with a proud History, illustrious Old Boys and continues to be a flag bearer of tradition and old School values. The King Edward VII School of today is as good a school as it has been in its history.

The Objective of the KES Old Boys Association is to ensure that All Old Boys and friends of the school are aware of all the great things happening on a continuous basis at KES. The Kes Old Boys association is the glue that holds all those who have passed through the school with those still involved in the school. As an association we are proud & passionate about what King Edward VII School Continues to achieve. Our role is to provide a platform through which Old Boys can be reintroduced to the school on a social level, camaraderie is key and the element of fun and social interaction is critical in bringing back all the Old Boys to KES.


LATEST FEATURE

Legends Bryan Habana and Dan Carter Surprise KES

On Wednesday 13 March, old boy Bryan Habana (Class of 2000) surprised the King Edward learners at half time in a friendly exhibition rugby match against Queen’s High School! Bryan and the great New Zealander Dan Carter hid behind the scenes until the whistle blew at half time and the School went wild has the […].....


LATEST NEWS

Old Boy Rower Thabelo Masutha Makes History

Old boy Thabelo Masutha (Class of 2016) made history as a Tuks Sports rower at the East London’s Buffalo Regatta  Thabelo won the Silver Single Sculls-race at the Buffalo Regatta recently and at the age...

Tribute: Bryan Magennis

Bryan Babington Magennis 7 September 1929 – 20 February 2019 One of the greatest Old Edwardians of all time died a fortnight ago. Here are excerpts from the eulogies and tributes from his...

Old Boy Lliam Davis kicking State side

Old Boy Lliam Davis headed across to the States to the Admiral Farragut in Tampa Bay, on a Soccer scholarship and while his main aim was to he play soccer for his school...

Old Boy Catch Up: Keane Quigley

Keane Quigley matriculated last year with 9 distinctions, a 91% average and was recently awarded the 2nd position in the Johannesburg East District in the 2018 award ceremony. We caught up with Keane...

Malcolm Marx dons KES socks in Barbarians XV!

We love the socks Malcolm! Thank you for always supporting your School at every opportunity. Proud Old Boy donning his KES socks for Barbarians vs Pumas 💪🏼 red legend! Barbarians snatch a last...