Midlands Forum at Howick High School

2017-07-26 06:00
Dr Ian Player (left) and Graham ‘Frothy’ Linscott. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Dr Ian Player (left) and Graham ‘Frothy’ Linscott. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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RESPECTED journalist and writer, Graham Linscott, will be giving a talk at the Midlands Forum in the Howick High School Hall at 9.30am for 10am on Tuesday, August 1.

Linscott, who writes The Idler column for The Mercury, has served as a journalist in 11 African countries, covered the revolutionary wars in Angola, Mozambique and Zimbabwe and was a regular in the press gallery of South African Parliament.

The Maritzburg College Old Boy has written four books - Into the River of Life: a biography of Ian Player (Jonathan Ball, 2013), The Crucible: forging South Africa’s future (New Paradigm Press 1991) - co-written with Dr Don Beck; Last Outpost (Tekweni Press 1994) and Uhuru and Renaissance: South Africa in a new century (Tekweni Press 2001).

Linscott has many interesting and entertaining stories to tell. Visitors are welcome. Entry is R50 and tea is served. - Supplied.

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