Thuthuka Jewellery Awards

Thuthuka Jewellery Awards

Each year in October, Thuthuka Jewellery has an exhibition of the student’s work. The Thuthuka Jewellery Awards is judged by ...

Nora Kovats

Overall Winner & Achievement Award – Nora Kovats

Overall Winner & Achievement Award – Nora Kovats 4th Year Stellenbosch University

Lincoln Mokoena

Excellence Award – Lincoln Mokoena

Excellence Award – Lincoln Mokoena (Trainer) Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project

Mildah Mothsegwa

Winner Innovation Award – Mildah Mothsegwa

Winner Innovation Award – Mildah Mothsegwa University of Johannesburg

Siobhan Borain

1st Runner Up Innovation – Siobhan Borain

1st Runner Up Innovation – Siobhan Borain 2nd Year Stellenbosch University

Dane Nell

2nd Runner Up Innovation – Dane Nell

2nd Runner Up Innovation – Dane Nell 2nd Year Stellenbosch University

Petrus Chauke

New Talent Winner – Petrus Chauke

New Talent Winner – Petrus Chauke 1st Year Central University of Technology

Thomy Vencatasawmy

Runner-up New Talent – Thomy Vencatasawmy

Runner-up New Talent – Thomy Vencatasawmy – 1st Year Durban University of Technology

Danni Chen

Runner Achievement Award -Danni Chen

Runner Achievement Award -Danni Chen 3rd Year Stellenbosch Univiersity

Zadie Becker

Highly Commended for Technique Across All Elements – Zadie Becker

Highly Commended for Technique Across All Elements – Zadie Becker 2nd Year University of Johannesburg

Zukiswa Xulu

Highly Commended Innovative Technique – Zukiswa Xulu

Highly Commended Innovative Technique – Zukiswa Xulu Durban University of Technology

Joint Winner

Joint Award – Technical Excellence – Ayanda Myeza and Nonhle Mzobe

Joint Award – Technical Excellence Ayanda Myeza 3rd Year Durban University of Technology Nonhle Mzobe 3rd Year University of Johannesburg

Kholofelo Mampshika and Phumdzo Sadik

Kholofelo Mampshika and Phumdzo Sadike

Concept – Kholofelo Mampshika 1st Year and Technique Phumdzo Sadike 1st Year Atteridgeville Jewellery Project

Sfiso Maseko and Edwin Mamogwane

Sfiso Maseko and Edwin Mamogwane

Technique – Sfiso Maseko 1st Year and Concept – Edwin Mamogwane 2nd Year both Atteridgeville Jewellery Project

Nomathemba Sibetha

Nomathemba Sibetha Velobala

Design – Nomathemba Sibetha Velobala KZN

Maahir Davids and Cheryl Beukes

Maahir Davids and Cheryl Beukes

Concept – Maahir Davids – 1st Year – Technique – Cheryl Beukes 2nd Year both College of Cape Town