Top SA climber to speak at Hospice breakfast

2010-04-10 00:00

EXTREME mountaineer Sean Wisedale will be the speaker at a fundraising breakfast (halaal) to be held at 8 am on April 16 at the Golden Horse Conference Centre. Tickets cost R120 per person or R1 200 for a table of 10. Smaller numbers will be seated at mixed tables. Bookings can be made by phoning the office at 033 344 1560 or e-mailing hospice@hospicekzn.co.za

In 1996, Wisedale covered the Mt Everest expedition as a freelance photographer. Seven years later, he became the first South African to climb the highest mountain on each continent — the Seven Summits.

For reviews, visit his webpage www.seanwisedale.com and browse under the heading Motivational Speakers.

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