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The King Edward Educational Trust (KEET) hosted a one-day watershed conference on the 22 March 2016.

The conference highlighted the current status quo of public education in the South African landscape and honoured a number of King Edward old boys who achieved success in their respective fields.

KEET paid homage to King Edward VII School, with regards to its educational accomplishments and achievements which have been maintained for generations.

In conjunction with private and tertiary institutions, KEET made a meaningful impact on public education as a whole in South Africa.

With key note speakers and panellists such as; Dr Ali Bacher, Vice-Chancellor of Wits Adam Habib, HOD of Gauteng Education -Edward Mosuwe, Justice Kriegler, Dr Ali Bacher and Duncan Saville; the day was deemed a complete success!

The exclusive wine and cheese tasting affair hosted by Michael Fridjhon’s WineEx, was one of the many highlights of the day.

KEET continues to make a meaningful impact on public education, with events like KESCON.