The 75th Marion Island Overwintering team departed on 06 April 2018 (click here to read more) and returned to Cape Town on the 15th of May 2019 (VIDEO).

Click on the link below and view their official team photo among the previous Marion Island overwintering teams.

Also visit the Antarctic Legacy of South Africa Archive to view the team photo or team logo.

MARION 78 (2021-2022): (L-R) Back: Rodney Phoko Matjomane (Diesel Mechanic), Danielle Conry (Field Assistant: Killer Whaler/Sealer), Frikkie van der Vyver (Field Assistant: Sealer), Charles Thomas (Base Engineer), Siwe Khoza (Radio Technician), Yinhla Shihlomule (Field Assistant: Sealer), Thando Cebekhulu (Field Assistant: O&C Seabirds), Zenande Kabase (Field Assistant: Geomorphology), Tlhoholofatso (Steve) Tebele (Assistant Meteorological Technician), DJ Van Wyk (SANSA Engineer and Science Team Leader); (middle) Sanele Mkhonza (Environmental Control Officer), Fanisa Phakula (Assistant Meteorological Technician), Isabel Micklem (Field Assistant: Seabirds), Nivek Ghazi (UKZN Astrophysics Engineer), Siyasanga Mpehle (Senior Meteorological Technician and Deputy Team Leader), Bubele Nongwejana (Medical Orderly and Team Leader), Sydney Tshilingalinga (Assistant Environmental Control Officer); (front) Eleanor Weideman (Field Assistant: Seabird Conservation).

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MARION 78 (2021-2022)

Anché Louw, Antarctic Legacy of South Africa, 06 June 2019.

© South African National Antarctic Programme • Managed and administered by Antarctic Legacy of South Africa • Photo Credits
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