An hour in London with iconoclast Pieter-Dirk Uys, opening up on Mandela, Ramaphosa, courage, madness – and sex

Last night, I was among 300 relocated South Africans at London’s annual fundraising dinner for Afrika Tikkun and its associated charities. Each table of ten was named after a national hero. Included on this elite list was Pieter-Dirk Uys, the inconoclastic actor, playwright, activist, raconteur and politic analyst.

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