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Our final IIOFF fundraiser for the year is an online auction until the 22nd October. More...

The art exhibition featuring work by boys from the Prep and College, as well ODs was a wonderful start to the Bishops Community Week. More...

The boys and staff of the Bishops Music Department joined forces to present a fabulous programme of relaxed music to share their love of music. More...

ODs David MacGregor (1979O), Bruce Jack (1987G) and WP van Zyl (1997K) are involved with The HeadStart Trust which promotes music as a means of commun… More...

Simon Jones (1968O) reflects on his life and passion for art. More...

Craig Foster (1985F)

Interview: My Octopus Teacher, featuring OD and Academy Award Winner Craig Foster More...

On Wednesday we gathered as a community to celebrate Christmas in a way that we have never done before - as an online service. Streamed via Youtube. More...

The March 2014 issue of the Old Diocesan College Magazine featured an amazing tribute to Frank Sam Butler, one of Bishops' most fond and respected art… More...

This week on Jagger Hall Jam (JHJ) musicians from the Pre-Pre, Prep and College Departments play a variety of styled pieces. JHJ is the College's new … More...

Jon's new book looks at Dr Wynne Lieberthal, The Butcher of Rosebank. The book describes the life of South African's worst-ever surgeon, according to … More...

Concerts and interviews with students, ODs and staff have all be made since COVID-19 to raise morale. The content is then shared via the School's Yout… More...

Archie Swanson (1973G)

Archie was the runner-up in the English category of the  AVBOB Poetry Competition, which is by far the largest  South African poetry competition both … More...

The Rondebosch Community Action Networks are hosting an online art auction to support local artists. Michael Beckurts (2018M) is one of the many talen… More...

Josh Hawkes (1987W) and his band Rockshandi Kings recently recorded and released their new music video for 'Inyembezi', at fellow white house OD Jerem… More...

The manuscript of a National Song given to Frank Reid (OD).

An article about Richard Cock's experiences in 'Two New National Anthems'. Don't miss the link to Youtube at the end of the article! More...

The Reverend Canon Birt with his Prefects (see the text).

Richard Cock (O:1966) writes a third in a series of articles, entitled 'Memories about Two Bishops prefects, 1934'. More...

Dr Claude Brown conducting the Choir at Bishops - 1964; Richard Cock is in the f.r - 2nd from right.

In a series of articles and reminiscing about his schoolboy days, Richard Cock (O:1966, PM:1967), shares his memories of two Head Choristers at Bishop… More...

In March 2020, Richard Cock returned to his old school where he was awarded the Robert Gray Medal.

Richard Cock, after the Ceremony at Bishops, at where he was presented with the Robert Gray Medal Award. (Please see below, for the names of those sta… More...

Barry Donnelly (1988B)

Congratulations to Barry Donnelly for receiving an African Movie Academy Award for Sew the Winter to my Skin. More...

Matthew Derman came first in the Sophie Gray Art Awards.

The Sophie Gray Art Awards were held on Friday 1 November at the Woodlands Pavilion. More...

The 2019 Matrics have started to put their final art pieces up in the Woodlands Pavilion and the Mitre. More...

Adam Pike (1992O), Justin Fiske (1991K) and Peter Hyslop.

The Interactive artist gave fascinating insight into how failing a computer sciences degree and working on an oil rig in Angola, shaped not only himse… More...

Simon Thompson (left), and James Lister (top right) both performing in South Pacific.

Simon Thompson (2014K) and James Lister (2010G) both help “breathe technicolour life into a legendary theatrical think piece”, writes Lindsay Kruger f… More...

Hamish McKenzie (foreground) and Robert Dugmore (on screen).

Sons of ODs participating in the Eisteddfod at Bishops, which takes place today and tomorrow. More...

Congratulations to Vernon whose recent book, A Tree for The Birds has been nominated for one of South Africa's biggest literature prizes!  More...

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