Sjarlene Thom


Benefits derived from Classics are benefits for all, not only for a few. Fortunately this
statement is becoming increasingly valid in South Africa.
To illustrate this point I would like to focus on three examples: projects recently
undertaken for the "benefit of all". These examples are inclusive not only in the sense that
the community at large is targeted in a general way but also that age is no longer a
restricting factor.

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