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Jenny Cryws-Williams Launches Gautrain Book Club with Redi Tlhabi as First Guest

Invite to the Gautrain Bookclub



Endings and Beginnings: A Story of HealingJenny Crwys-Williams is launching the monthly Gautrain Book Club with Redi Tlhabi, author of the Sunday Times Alan Paton Award shortlisted book, Endings and Beginnings, as her first guest.

The book club will meet at Rosebank Station and you’ll travel with Tlhabi in Gautrain style to Pretoria Station where wine and snacks will be served in the Blue Train lounge. You’ll meet Tlhabi, get books signed and then travel back to Rosebank. You’ll be in Joburg no later than 9 PM.

As it is the inaugural event, the evening will be free of charge. People living in Pretoria can also attend the event in the Blue Train lounge for free.

Don’t miss it!

Event Details

  • Date: Wednesday, 12 June 2013
  • Time: 5:30 PM for 6:00 PM, it’s imperative that you arrive on time as the train won’t wait.
  • Venue: Gauteng Rosebank Station
    Corner Oxford & Bolton Roads
    Johannesburg | Map
  • Parking: Gautrain Rosebank Station
  • RSVP: justjenny@iafrica.com, 076 780 6383 – please call this number if you get lost.

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Recent comments:

  • <a href="http://book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Ben - Editor</a>
    Ben - Editor
    June 7th, 2013 @15:53 #
     
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    Such a good idea, this.

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  • Nqubeko
    Nqubeko
    June 9th, 2013 @20:57 #
     
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    Agreed, a great initiative, makes me wish I lived in Jo'burg. So happy for Redi's success with her great book. (I do hope they noticed that inaugural is spelt incorrectly on the poster.)

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  • Nqubeko
    Nqubeko
    June 9th, 2013 @20:58 #
     
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    And that Redi's surname is spelt wrong in the title of the article...

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  • <a href="http://book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Ben - Editor</a>
    Ben - Editor
    June 9th, 2013 @21:02 #
     
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    That's the second time it's happened, too! Thanks for pointing it out, Nqubeko. I swear we're trained to put the "l" before the "h", but so many other names have it the other way around that force of habit often intrudes. Will correct...

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