Persons wishing to apply for the 2022 Killie Campbell Bursary are requested to read the invitation letter published below.
The April meeting of the Society incorporated two events. The first was the annual award of the Daphne Strutt award to a promising fashion Student at Durban University of Technology. This years award by the Committee went to second year
Thesis Topic: Broadening the Black Sash’s Reach: A Biographical Study of Women Activists in The Natal Midlands. To read more, please select Thesis Overview-Sandile Kheswa
The South African National Society will be holding its monthly meeting at the Killie Campbell Museum on Saturday 16 October 2021 at 9.30 am. The Society will be addressed by Juliette Leeb-du Toit, the Research Associate Professor (Art History )
I thank you all so much for the Daphne Strutt Prize awarded to me at the meeting on the24 th of April. I highly appreciate it.It will be a great help to me with the school material I need
Persons wishing to apply for the 2021 Killie Campbell Bursary are requested to read the invitation letter published below. Please click on the link to access the information sheet. 2021 Bursary Letter
It is with regret that the Committee has decided not to award the Killie Campbell Bursary in 2020 . Please click on the link below to access the letter in that regards, from our Chairlady. KCB-Letter
Good day, My name is Tatanya Thavar. I’m currently a 3rd year, Fashion Design and Textile Student at DUT (Durban University of Technology). I will be sharing my journey as a designer and the reason for my choice in career.
Of interest to members will be this image of Killie Campbell and a youthful Daphne Strutt (R) in the the late 1950’s. This cutting is in the possession of the Mary Stainbank Memorial Museum at Coedmore. They are admiring Mpondo
Alexandra Van Heerden who was the SA National Society 2019 Daphne Strutt prize winner wins the Judges Award at the DUT fashion show. Click on the link for the full colour version of the report. Alexandra Van Heerden