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UK Rotarian Les Abbott swops banners with John Jacobs  and  Bert Fisher

UK Rotarian Les Abbott swops banners with John Jacobs and Bert Fisher

 

Neil Sobotker, Jo Maxwell, Chris du Plessis

Neil Sobotker, Jo Maxwell, Chris du Plessis

Roger Sobotker welcomes Claremont members.

Roger Sobotker welcomes Claremont members.

Bert Fisher, President Oostenberg

Bert Fisher, President Oostenberg

British visitors Beverley and Les Abbott with Jo Maxwell

British visitors Beverley and Les Abbott with Jo Maxwell

Guest speaker Sue van der Linde, founder of Iris House children's hospice

Guest speaker Sue van der Linde, founder of Iris House children’s hospice

Claremont President John Jacobs

Claremont President John Jacobs

Marika van Niekerk thanks guest speaker Sue van der Linde

Marika van Niekerk thanks guest speaker Sue van der Linde

Eion Brown, Elfrede Klose

Eion Brown, Elfrede Klose

Manfred Klose

Manfred Klose

John Jacobs, J Stephan Lombard, Charmaine Sobotker

John Jacobs, J Stephan Lombard, Charmaine Sobotker

Brian Bohlmann, Roger Sobotker

Brian Bohlmann, Roger Sobotker

Ruvi Moyo, Margaret Thomson, Arthur Pulford, visiting from UK

Ruvi Moyo, Margaret Thomson, Arthur Pulford, visiting from UK

A happy atmosphere, as usual, at Oostenberg evenings

A happy atmosphere, as usual, at Oostenberg evenings

Jerome Gordon, Liz Rose, Jo Maxwell

Jerome Gordon, Liz Rose, Jo Maxwell

Neil Sobotker, Alois Kornmuller, Lionel Overmeyer

Neil Sobotker, Alois Kornmuller, Lionel Overmeyer

Mohamed Majapa, guest of Ruvi Moyo

Mohamed Majapa, guest of Ruvi Moyo

 

George Muller
George Muller
George first  joined Rotary in 1972 in Durban. In 1995 he retired after 42 years of fulltime journalism in southern Africa and UK, most of it spent on the Daily News, Durban, where he was assistant to the editor and daily columnist. He was also a freelance cartoonist, best known for his syndicated pocket cartoon, By George,  which ran for 27 years. He is married to Moonyeen, a pre-primary teacher, and has two daughters and five grandchildren in Cape Town and Durban, where he and Moonyeen  spend up to six months, respectively. He joined Claremont club in 2005.

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