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Ronnie Kasrils

Ronnie Kasrils on “What made a young white boy give up privilege to take up arms…”

Former MK commander and former Minister for Intelligence Ronnie Kasrils will speak to the Cape Town Press Club on what made a young white boy give up privilege to take up arms, join the liberation struggle and spend 27 years in exile.

Kasrils last spoke to the Club after his scathing book on Jacob Zuma was published. He has now penned an evocative memoir – Catching Tadpoles: The shaping of a young rebel. He will be in discussion with Brent Meersman. He will take questions on all topics and he will be available to sign copies of his memoir.

Photo: Middle East Eye

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Date

Nov 13 2019

Time

Please arrive 30 minutes early
1:00 pm

Cost

R260 for members. Lunch/wine included. R300 for cheque payments by members. R300 for guests. R340 for cheque payments by guests Banking details are available here. Please use your surname AND the surname of the guest speaker as reference. If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice we will try to fill your place, but if not successful, you will be liable to pay.

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Location

The Grill Room - Kelvin Grove
144 Campground Rd, Newlands Cape Town

Organizer

Lalage Maurer
Phone
082 820 0190
Email
capetownpressclub@gmail.com
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