2021/2022 NSTF Brilliants Programme – for our future STEM leaders and innovators

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To celebrate SA Youth month (June 2022), join the National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF) and pioneering sponsors in applauding the 19 first year students from all nine provinces in South Africa selected for their outstanding performance in matric physical science and mathematics in 2021, and their choices of further studies in STEM. (STEM = science, technology, engineering and mathematics.) 

Brilliants Programme awardees: The NSTF membership and sponsors take pride in congratulating the students selected for the 2021/2022 NSTF Brilliants Programme as follows: 
Eastern Cape  
Ms Aiswarya Sarah Mathew
 Queenstown Girls High School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 University of Cape Town (UCT)
 Mr Lunathi Qumba
 Mpondombini Senior Secondary School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 University of the Witwatersrand (Wits)
Free State  
Ms Chané Nel
 C&N Sekondêre Meisieskool Oranje
 MBChB (Medicine)
 Stellenbosch University (SU)
 Mr Tlotliso Mofokeng
 Mookodi Senior Secondary School
 BEng (Mechanical Engineering)
Ms Emilia Janse van Rensburg
 Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool Pretoria
 MBChB (Medicine)
 Mr Neo Gift Dau
 Moditela Secondary School
 BEng (Mechatronics Engineering)
Ms Anele Onke Mnguni
 Sibusisiwe Comprehensive Technical School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN)
 Mr Phila Lungani Mbuyisa
 Nsalamanga High School
 MBChB (Medicine)
Ms Delicia Davhana
 Thohoyandou Secondary School
 BEng (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
 Mr Dichochi Ramatlou
 Hoërskool Noorderland
 BEng (Mechatronics Engineering)
Ms Kgothatso Angela Gugu Mphaka
 Kwamhlanga Secondary School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 Mr Sifiso Hosana
 Mafemani Nxumalo Secondary School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 Mr Banele Lethukuthula Buthelezi
 Methula Secondary School
 BEng (Mechanical Engineering)
 University of Pretoria (UP)
North West  
Ms Melissa Janse van Rensburg
 Rustenburg High School
 MBChB (Medicine)
 Mr Kamogelo Sam Timbane
 HF Tlou High School
 BEng (Mechanical Engineering)
Northern Cape  
Ms Khadija Hoosain
 Kimberley Girls’ High School
 BPharm (Pharmacy)
 Mr Matthew Keith Holm
 Kathu High School
 BEng (Data Engineering)
Western Cape  
Ms Mia Jorgensen
 Charlie Hofmeyr High School
 BSc (Human Life Sciences)
 Mr Glasson William Osborne
 Paul Roos Gimnasium
 BEng (Electrical and Electronical Engineering)