DignitySA to host auction to help legalise euthanasia in South Africa

CapeTalk’s John Maytham chats to Epiphany Stransham-Ford, daughter of Robin Stransham-Ford who died hours before the court ruled in favour of his application to be allowed an assisted death about her involvement with DignitySA.

Epiphany Stransham-Ford is amongst the children who will be making art contributions for an event held to honor her father and others who died trying to change the law and reduce the need for unnecessary suffering for others.

The Prestigious Art Auction which is hosted by DignitySA is set to take place on Saturday, 12 March 2016 at the magnificent S Art Gallery in Hout Bay.

Listen to the full conversation below:


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