Sébastien asks Meyer about her job and life in South Africa
Sébastien, a French doctor from Paris interviews a South African about her life and work in South Africa, where she teaches English in a Zulu school.
Sébastien met Meyer, whilst on holiday and he clearly had EFL PodBlog foremost in his mind when he interviewed her – well done Sébastien.
We are grateful for this Guest Podcast – Sébastien asks Meyer about her job and life in South Africa and welcome others to do something like this.
Meyer comes from Piet Retief, in South Africa, near Swaziland – here is what Wiki has to say about it :
Piet Retief is a town situated in a timber growing region in Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
It is the seat of the Mkhondo Local Municipality, located not far from the Swaziland border.
The town was founded by the Voortrekkers in 1883 and named it after the Voortrekker leader, Piet Retief, who was killed by the Zulus under their King Dingane’s orders after he tried to settle on their land.
In 1886, the inhabitants of the town declared the Klein Vrystaat (Little Free State), which contained a population of only 72. This republic existed until 1891, when it was incorporated into the South African Republic.
The town became a municipality in 1932, with its main tourist attraction is the Dutch Reformed Church that was designed by the architect Gerard Moerdijk and built in 1921.
Some more information on Piet Retief.
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