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Erich Rautenbach CTHS Scholarship

$700 of $2,000 goal

Raised by 10 people in 1 month
The funds raised by this campaign will be matched by the family to create a bursary to be awarded each year to a student at Cape Town High School who shows great promise as a writer, whether it be prose, poetry, lyrics, or tracts of rebellion. 

This bursary is in honour of Erich Rautenbach, author of The Unexploded Boer, who attended CTHS as a youth (well..sometimes attended when he wasn't sneaking off to Squeaky's Shebeen over in District 6). 

Erich died April 18th in Vancouver after an extremely aggressive leukemia relapse, but not before he made a whirlwind trip back to the Mother City to say goodbye to the streets, beaches and mountains of Cape Town.

He will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

He is "finish an' klaa' my bra" but will never be forgotten.
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$700 of $2,000 goal

Raised by 10 people in 1 month
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Chrissy Radley
12 days ago
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Paddy Gillard-Bentley
25 days ago
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Deb Amia
28 days ago
TG
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Tracy Gloeckner
29 days ago
KM
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Kaylee Misener
29 days ago
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Margie Bridgman
29 days ago
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1 month ago
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