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Karabo Motshekga, in front, is awarded for the best karate spirit. At the back are Chief Instructor Henri Eksteen, Lebogang Mathapo, most dedicated karateka; Bricks Motshike, best competitive karateka and Stephen Andrew, best overall performance. Kassim Hassim, most improved karate was absent.

Henri Eksteen awards karatekas during prize giving

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Henri Eksteen Bushido Freestyle Karate do Institute hosted its annual prize giving ceremony where several karatekas were awarded for participation, dedication and individual excellence on Saturday.
Grandmaster and Chief Instructor Henri Eksteen indicated it was the 17th annual prize giving and that karatekas performed well during the year.
Some of the individual awards were received by Lebogang Mathapo, most dedicated karateka; Bricks Motshike, best competitive karateka; Stephen Andrew, best overall performance; Attlee Molepo, Best Pee Wee of the Year and Kassim Hassim, most improved.
Karatekas who had 100% class as well as Gaskuku attendance for the year are Cian Brink, Cade Brink, Lesego Rammutla, Drikus Liebenberg, Ehtan Bell, Edward Makobela and Stephen Andrew.
Edward Makobela and Nonhlanhla Banda were announced Best Junior and Senior Karateka of the Year respectively.

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Edward Makobela and Nonhlanhla Banda were announced Best Junior and Senior Karateka of the Year respectively.

Attlee Molepo with the trophy as Best Pee Wee of the Year.

Karatekas who achieved 100% class as well as Gaskuku attendance for the year are Cian Brink, Cade Brink, Lesego Rammutla, Drikus Liebenberg, Ehtan Bell and Edward Makobela. At the back is Chief Instructor Henri Eksteen. Stephen Andrew was absent.