Old Girls leaders

Rhodes Scholars Dr Sindiso Mnisi Weeks (1998)
Mandela Rhodes Scholars Yumna Laher (2007)
Caitlin Macleod (2009)
Academia Professor Alison Emslie-Lewis (1980), head of the Crystallisation and Precipitation Unit in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cape Town
Business Tara Turkington (1987), CEO of Flow Communications
Tiffany Turkington-Palmer (1990), MD of Flow Communications
Cheryl (Popplewell) Liebenberg (1993), co-owner of Macaroon Stationery 
Gill (Johnson) Orde (1962), The Orde Food Company, Scottish Borders, UK
Prue Leith (1958), restaurateur, novelist, TV presenter
Nicola White (1989), Group Executive: Investor Relations at Telkom
Jodi-Ann Pearton (2001), award-winning chef
Jackie Glassock (1985), MD of Glassock & Associates
Claire Janisch (1992), head of Biomimicry SA, Coco-creator of the Genius Lab
Arts, entertainment and media Mpho Matsipa (1994), doctorate in Architecture from Harvard University, and currently completing a PhD
Robyn Curnow (1991), CNN International, anchor of International Desk
Lerato Mbele (1994), presenter of African Business Report on BBC World News
Jane Dutton (1983), journalist for Al Jazeera
Louise St Claire (1976), award-winning actress
Fiona Ramsay (1975), award-winning actress
Ashley Callie (1990), award-winning actress (deceased)
Sport Lilian du Plessis (2011), SA women’s hockey team (2014)
Shelley Russell (2005), SA women’s hockey team (2008-present)
Lisa-Marie Deetlefs (2005), SA women’s hockey team (2008-present)
Roxy Turner (2005), SA women’s hockey team (2007-2012) 
Lize-Mari Retief (2005), Olympic swimmer (2008)
Moira Ford (Abernathy) (1955), Olympic swimmer (1956)
Politics Helen Zille (1968), leader of the Democratic Alliance (2007-2015)
General Jessica Standish-White (2009), Oxford University scholarship
Margot Leger (2008) graduated from Harvard University Cum Laude in field
Janine Leger (2010) James O Freedman Presidential Scholar at Dartmouth University
Morgan Stead (2008) was awarded the Chancellor’s Gold Medal award at Wits University for the most distinguished graduate in the Human Sciences category
Tracey Webster (1988), founder of the Starfish Foundation
Carolyn Palmer (1974), internationally recognised biomimicry expert
Sheenagh (Wise) Harris (1958), president of the World Rose Growers’ Association