UKZN: Impi to hear talk

2012-07-24 00:00

UKZN alumnus and world-renowned Anglo-Zulu war raconteur Rob Caskie will deliver a lecture to the UKZN Rugby Club in Pietermaritzburg tomorrow evening.

His talk to the UKZN Impi ahead of their Varsity Shield qualification match against North-West University follows his recent lecture at St James’ Palace, which formed part of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Caskie is an expert on the battles of Rorke’s Drift and Isandlwana, confrontations which engendered great reverence between the opposing sides, a respect which has been enhanced by reconciliation and the relevance of the Anglo-Zulu wars to what is happening in the world today.

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