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The Unlikely Mr Rogue: A life with Ivan Pillay

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Join governance specialist Judith February in conversation with Evelyn Groenink and Ivan Pillay as they reflect on Groenink’s latest memoir. It describes their life together and apart over decades and delves into more recent politics. Pillay has not spoken out about his challenging experiences at SARS. Until now.

9 December 2020 @ 12:00 – 13:00

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