The SAC Foundation Trust & Trustees
The St Andrew’s College Foundation Trust
Sustaining a rich heritage of exceptional achievement
St Andrew’s College has successfully positioned itself as a leading independent boys’ boarding school in
Southern Africa. Good education is never static and the school must continue to provide quality education that
produces adaptable, critical-thinking young men who will contribute to society.
The St Andrew’s College Foundation Trust was established in 2000 and endeavours to ensure that College
remains, for succeeding generations, a centre of excellence for all pupils. The Foundation’s structure and
objectives provide for real growth and delivery of exceptional education for South Africa’s future leaders.
The purpose of the Foundation is as follows:
• To provide scholarships and bursaries for worthy pupils from all backgrounds based on merit and financial need.
• To enable College to continue to offer a world class education.
• To enable College to undertake capital projects which will sustain, enhance and improve its educational facilities.
The Foundation’s investment strategy is to grow the capital in real terms, while annually awarding a percentage
of its capital to qualifying programmes. The St Andrew’s College Foundation Trust is directed and managed by a board of Trustees and is subject to an annual audit. The Foundation is a non-profit organisation and enjoys Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) status. St Andrew’s College is the sole beneficiary of the Foundation.
Trustees of the St Andrew's College Foundation Trust
Ed Southey (Chairman) (Upper, 1959)
BA, LLB (UCT).
Ed is an attorney, notary and conveyancer. He was a partner at Webber Wentzel in
Johannesburg from 1970 to 2007 and senior partner from 2001 to 2006. He was
nominated by the International Who’s Who of M&A Lawyers 2007 as being among
the world’s pre-eminent Merger & Acquisition lawyers. He received an award for
meritorious service by the Association of Law Societies. He was President of the
Law Society of South Africa in 1991. He is a former member of the St Andrew’s
College Council and was President of the Old Andrean Club in 1994.
Myles Ruck (Armstrong, 1972)
BBusSc (UCT), PMD (Harvard Business School).
Myles was appointed Deputy Managing Director of Standard Corporate and Merchant
Bank (SCMB) in 1996 and Managing Director in 1998. He was appointed as Deputy
Group Chief Executive to the Standard Bank Group Board in 2002 and Chief Executive of
the Liberty Group in 2003 until he retired in 2006. He currently serves as a Non-Executive
Director on the boards of Aveng Limited, Mr. Price Group, Standard Bank Group Limited,
The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, Standard Bank Argentina, Shanduka Group
and Thesele Limited. He is a member of the St Andrew’s College Council.
Colin Brayshaw (Armstrong, 1953)
CA(SA), FCA(England and Wales).
Colin served as Managing Partner of Deloitte & Touche and subsequently as
Chairman. After retiring, he served as an independent director on the boards of
various listed companies. His current directorships include Metmar Ltd (Chairman),
Buildmax Ltd, Element One Ltd, Everaz Highveld Steel and Vanadium Ltd, and
Universal Industries Ltd. Previous directorships include Coronation Investment
and Trading Ltd (Chairman), AECI Ltd, Anglogold Ashanti Ltd, Anglo Platinum Ltd,
Datatec Ltd, and Johnnic Communications Ltd.
Geoff Antrobus (Espin, 1962)
MSc Agric (Natal), PhD (Rhodes).
Geoff is Emeritus Professor of Economics at Rhodes University. He received the
Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teacher Award in 2003. Geoff is currently Vice-
Chairman of the St Andrew’s College Council (on which he has served for 29 years),
was President of the Old Andrean Club in 2009, is Chairman of the Good Shepherd
(School) Trust and is a member of the Trusts Board of the Diocese of Grahamstown,
the Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s Provincial Trusts Board and Provincial
Gavin Harvey (Mullins, 1976)
IAC Diploma (Port Elizabeth Technikon).
Gavin has managed PW Harvey & Co, a family business which was established in
1896, for the past 15 years. PW Harvey & Co is an Asset Management Company
with clients in South Africa, UK, USA, Australia and Europe. Gavin has served on the
DSG Council for the past 10 years and is currently Chairman of the United Schools
Trust. He was one of the co-founders of St George’s College in Port Elizabeth.
He represented Eastern Province in hockey, biathlon, triathlon, surf lifesaving and
Bruce Steele-Gray (Armstrong, 1966)
BA, NHED (Rhodes).
After some years of teaching at Queen’s College, Bruce joined the family business
of ERA Kenton Estate and Kenbush (Construction) in Kenton-on-Sea. He has served
on the Executive of the East Cape Master Builders Association for many years. Bruce
joined the St Andrew’s College Council in 1992 and served as Chairman from 2001
until he stood down from Council in 2005. He has served on the Rhodes University
Council since 1998 and is a member of that body’s Audit Committee. Bruce is a
former Commanding Officer of the First City Regiment and was President of the
Old Andrean Club in 2007.
Geoff Jennett (Armstrong, 1985)
BCom (Hons) in Accounting (Rhodes), CA(SA).
Geoff has held positions with Ernst & Young, Firstcorp Merchant Bank, FNB
Corporate and Coronation Capital from 1991 to 2002. He was an independent
financial consultant until 2005, after which he became head of structured products
of Equity Capital Markets at Nedbank Capital until 2007. Geoff is currently Principal
at ABSA Capital’s corporate equity derivatives sales and structuring team, and is
involved in designing equity investment products for corporates and financial
institutions in South Africa.
Paul McNaughton (Armstrong, 1968)
BA, MBA (Stellenbosch).
Paul is a businessman with experience in corporate and self-owned businesses. From
1976 to 1998 he was Regional Manager of Transvaal Coal Owners Association (Pty)
Ltd, Director of Reef Coal (Pty) Ltd and CEO of MacPhail Ltd. In 1999 he established
a financial consultancy and Graceland Vineyards (Pty) Ltd with his wife Susan. He
currently consults to a Canadian resource company and on a wind energy project. Paul
has served on the Councils of St Andrew’s College, Western Province Prep School and
Somerset College. Paul is currently Chairman of St Andrew’s College Council.
Paul Edey (Mullins, 1974)
BA, HDE (Wits), FDE (RAU), PMD (GIBS).
Paul has been involved in education for more than 30 years, both in the public and
independent schools’ sectors. He taught at King Edward VII and St John’s College.
In 1995 he was appointed College Headmaster at St David’s Marist, Inanda, and
subsequently became the Executive Head. In 2006 he was appointed to the Gordon
Institute of Business Science as Director of Education before taking up the position
of Headmaster of St Andrew’s College at the start of 2009. Paul has served on the
governing bodies of The International School of South Africa, The Ridge School, St
David’s Marist and The Hope School. He is a past Chairman of the Southern African
Heads of Schools’ Association (SAHISA) and of the Johannesburg Schools’ Council.