September Speaker: Justice Edwin Cameron – South Africa’s future: Perils or Prospects
Date: Tuesday 3th September 2019
Time: 09.30 for 10.00
Cost: Monthly attendance – R100 for members, R120 if not pre-booked, R150 or guests. A required name badge will cost an additional R75. No show charge is R100.
Venue: Bryanston Country Club, Bryanston Drive, Bryanston
Booking: Please print your name on the booking sheet for the September 2019 meeting. If you missed it when the sheet was handed around during the talk, you can sign at the Hospitality Table on the way out. Alternatively, Bookings can be made until 5pm on Wednesday 28 August via email at
Cancellations: Must be made by 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the General Meeting; otherwise you will be required to pay in full.

Edwin Cameron has been a judge in South Africa for nearly 25 years, and a Justice of its highest court, the Constitutional Court, for the last ten years. He was educated at Pretoria Boys’ High School, Stellenbosch and as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford.
During apartheid he was a human rights lawyer. President Mandela appointed him a judge in 1994. Before the Constitutional Court, he was a Judge of the Supreme Court of Appeals for eight years, and a Judge of the High Court for six.
He was a fierce critic of President Mbeki’s AIDS-denialist policies. He has written two prize-winning memoirs, Witness to AIDS (2005) and Justice: A Personal Account (2014).
He has received many honours for his legal and human rights work.

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