He studied at the University of Stellenbosch and continued his post-graduate studies at the University of Cape Town.
He worked for Die Burger, lectured at the University of Cape Town and later joined the editorial team of Die Huisgenoot.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
In 1963 he was awarded the Eugène Marais Prize for his poetry. He won the W.A. Hofmeyr prize for 'n Skip is Ons Beloof.
'n Skip is Ons Beloof theatre programme notes, 1969.
Various entries in the NELM catalogue.
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