Schools: Primary school Bellavista/ High school Hilton College.
Started off at Bellvaista a remedial school then mainstreamed to Hilton College where I started my high school career. Made great friends and enjoyed my sport opposed to academics. I captained the 2nd team rugby, played cricket, soccer and rowed. I was in Ellis House, one of the seven houses at Hilton where I was head of the matric dormitory wing. My interests outside of sport are fishing, riding motorbikes, music, socializing – every now and again crocodile wrangling.
I was born in Harare, Zimbabwe and lived here all my life.
The oldest of four boys.
Did schooling at Gateway Primary School grades 1-7 and St John’s College forms 1-4.
At school I did very well in my art subjects and played squash, Cricket, rugby, tennis and hockey.
Have fished by entire life and won numerous competitions and made Zimbabwe Bass fishing team.
I am a very hand on person and enjoy making and repairing anything.
Enjoy wildlife and trips to the Zambezi.
Looking forward to the Quest program.
I was born on the 26th November, 1994. I attended St Johns College, as well as the Prep School.
I played 1st Team ruby and 2nd team waterpolo. I also participated in boxing and judo. I was a war-cry leader and I became a prefect at the end of my Matric year.
I am a keen fisherman, public speaker. I was awarded honours in drama.
I love Plettenberg bay, the beach, Heineken, old bally music and I like to party.
My parents enjoy traveling and I have been privileged to accompany them on their journeys around the world
My name is Nicholas Johnson Tennick (preferred names are “Nick” or “Tennick”)
DOB 3 April 1994, I was born in Johannesburg and have lived there all my life with exception of the three years my family spent in Guernsey in the English Channel. I attended The Ridge primary school and moved onto St Johns College, in Johannesburg, to complete High school, I was a boarder in my matric year.
I am a very positive person, with a great sense of humor; I enjoy the outdoors and spending time with my mates. I am definitely a people’s person and enjoy working in groups. Even though I lack the experience, I enjoy hunting tremendously. At school, I definitely preferred the sports field to the classroom; I played first team hockey, cricket and golf and enjoyed social tennis. I became a school prefect in my matric year, received half colours for drama and played Gauteng hockey for two years.
I spent a ‘one-week’ survival and wilderness trip in the Okavango delta in 2011 which taught me many things and opened my eyes to the beauties of the wild life in Africa.
I look forward to pushing my boundaries and growing as a person, both physically and mentally in the next 7 months at Quest.
I was born in Harare on the 4th February 1994. I moved to Johannesburg when I was 3 and later attended Pridwin Preparatory School. I then attended St John’s College for high school and I was voted in as Head Boy for 2012.
I was heavily involved in sports at the school, playing 1st team cricket and 2nd team rugby. I also enjoy playing golf and tennis, although not competitively. I managed to play in the u17 Gauteng cricket side and I was awarded cricket honours by my school.
I enjoy spending time with my mates, listening to good music, reading and watching a good movie. I’m extremely keen to learn new things and I guess that’s one of the main reasons I’m coming on Quest!
I was born on 26th October 1995 in Harare and lived with my mother, step father and my eldest sister Danielle. My mom then had two more children a couple of years later making me the only boy out of three girls!
For my junior school years, I attended Lilfordia School which I thoroughly enjoyed. I then entered into Falcon College in Form 1 and left in Form 4 after attaining my O Levels.
I enjoy most sports but mostly cricket, hockey, golf and squash.
I am very interested in vehicle mechanics, electrics, architecture and photography.
My hobbies are graphic drawing, photography and being a DJ and mixing new music.
I am looking to join the British Army soon after Quest.
I was born on 15th August, 1994. I live in a Golf Estate in Fourways Johannesburg. I started school at Dainfern College and then moved to St Johns in South Africa in Grade 10, where I was a weekly boarder. I have a sister Jenna who is 15 and she is also a weekly boarder at St Mary School. I really love the outdoors and the bush. I am fascinated by reptiles and because of this I would like to study Herpetology which is the study of venom. I am very sporty and I really enjoy playing hockey and rugby. I like to party and be with all my friends, chill and have a good time.
l am 18 years old and l have lived in Zimbabwe my whole life.
I have 2 elder brothers, Graham and Keith and younger sister Brenda, my parents used to farm in Norton. We have since left the farm and have been in Harare for the last 10 years.
I attended Ruzawi School followed by Falcon College for my senior school , where l was in George Grey House.
My interests are rugby, boxing, water polo and enjoy photography.
I am looking forward to going to Quest Africa with you guys – sorry it is so short!!
I was born on the 30th December 1990 in Bulawayo. I am the first of the two boys in my family. I went to Petra Schools and have certificates in the Hospitality Industry. I am waiting for my Diploma results in the same industry. I want to further my studies in that industry.
I love football and my favourite team is the heartbreaking Arsenal. I have coached juniors at my High School. I play squash a lot and help in Children’s Ministries at my church.
I hope to acquire new life skills at Quest and meet new people. It is my first time away from home.
I was born on 14th October, 1994.
I attended The Ridge Primary School and then St John’s College for high school. I played 1st Team Cricket for 2 years, during my college career and I was also privileged enough to captain the 1st Team Rugby side of 2012. My highlight of my matric year was being selected for the U/19 Golden Lions, to play in the end of year provincial tournament.
I was awarded my prefectship at the end of my matric year.
I really enjoy the outdoors, in terms of hunting and fishing and I also love scuba-diving and the ocean in general. I have my open-water diver’s licence.
I am extremely excited for the upcoming year and I am looking forward to the skills I will learn and improve on.