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When They Came For Me: The Hidden Diary of an Apartheid Prisoner

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Join Judge Dennis Davis in conversation with Consultant Psychotherapist John Schlapoberskey as they discuss his struggle for survival laid out in his detailed memoir.

  • Judge Dennis Davis  is a member of the Commission of Enquiry into Tax Structure of South Africa and an Honorary Professor of Law at the University of Cape Town. After finishing high school at Herzlia in Cape Town, Judge Dennis Davis went on to complete his tertiary education at the University of Cape Town and Cambridge in the United Kingdom. In 1977 and 1989 he was appointed personal chair of Commercial Law. Between ‘95 and ‘97, Judge Davis held joint appointments at both UCT and the University of Witwatersrand where he was Director of the Centre for Applied Legal Studies. In 1988 he was elected as Judge of the High Court followed by his appointment at President of the Competition Appeal Court in 2000. He was also a Technical Adviser to the Constitutional Assembly where the negotiations for South Africa’s interim and final constitutions were formulated and concluded.

  • John Schlapoberskey is a Consultant Psychotherapist. He was given the Alonso Award for the outstanding publication in psychodynamic group therapy for his book From the Couch to the Circle: Group-Analytic Psychotherapy In Practice' (Routledge 2016).

  • Judge Dennis Davis

    Member of the Commission of Enquiry into Tax Structure of South Africa and an Honorary Professor of Law at the University of Cape Town

  • John Schlapobersky

    Consultant Psychotherapist

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    Webinar Moderator

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