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2019-09-19 @ 7:15 pm – 9:45 pm
In 1994, nineteen survivors walked away from the wreckage of the only airworthy Avro Shackleton which had crashed, at night, in the Sahara Desert – in the middle of territory that had been fought over for twenty years, and which had no diplomatic ties with South Africa.
The story of what happened, illustrated with photographs and audio from the event, will be presented by Captain Jonathan Balladon, the co-pilot on the flight.
Mensa Winelands’ monthly speaker evening.
Further information and venue details from the Winelands secretary, Yvonne Steyn.