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Born in Johannesburg, as a child his family moved around South Africa at fairly frequent intervals,
as his father worked for the South African Railways. He completed his schooling in Kroonstad and started working as a draughtsman on the then S. A. Railways.
He joined the Johannesburg City Engineer's Department in 1960 as a Technician and qualified as a Civil Engineer in 1969. He retired in 1998.
Interests ; Ancient History, Genealogy, Astro Physics, and anything mischievous.