Speech and Drama Association of South Africa

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Founded in 1943 by Elizabeth Sneddon, the Honorary Life President. A KwaZulu-Natal-based, non-profit organisation which, through bi-annual, non-competitive festivals held at some 150 schools, attracts more than 30 000 entries. Professionals adjudicate individual and group presentations of poetry, prose, story-telling, improvised drama and plays. Chairman, from 1981, Bruce Piper. Executive Committee has included David Horner, Joan Little, Pieter Scholtz, Ann Wakefield, Mervyn McMurtry. (McM)


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