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Andrew Jennings @ Ginja Restaurant Andrew Jennings @ Ginja Restaurant
Monday, April 26, 2010
Andrew Jennings is an award-winning investigative reporter, writer and documentary filmmaker. He’s apparently unlikely to be invited to Sepp Blatter’s country home for a soiree or shooting weekend anytime soon and says he’s been banned from every FIFA building, press briefing and event on the planet...
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Judge Albie Sachs @ The Forum @ V & A Hotel Judge Albie Sachs @ The Forum @ V & A Hotel
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Renowned former Constitutional Court judge, Albie Sachs, has been involved in human rights activism since he was a young man. His principles and courage led to him losing an arm and the sight in one eye after security blew up his car in Maputo in 1988. Despite hardship, he forged ahead, defending people charged under racist laws.
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Michela Wrong @ The Wild Fig Restaurant Michela Wrong @ The Wild Fig Restaurant
Friday, April 09, 2010
Michela Wrong is a renowned author who has garnered critical acclaim for all three of her books. Her latest, “It’s Our Turn to Eat” tracks the story of Kenyan corruption whistleblower, John Githongo...
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Dr Nicola Brewer, British High Commissioner @ Ginjer Restaurant Dr Nicola Brewer, British High Commissioner @ Ginjer Restaurant
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Nicola Brewer is the British High Commissioner to South Africa and began her tenure in June last year. She is also accredited to Lesotho and Swaziland. With South Africa’s close historic and trade links with the UK, it’s considered a key position.
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Jeremy Cronin, Deputy Minister of Transport The Grill Room, Kelvin Grove Club Jeremy Cronin, Deputy Minister of Transport The Grill Room, Kelvin Grove Club
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Mr Jeremy Cronin is Deputy Minister of Transport. He will address the Press Club on South Africa’s transport readiness for the World Cup and the legacy benefit for South Africa.
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