[WATCH] John Maytham reads from 'Cry The Beloved Country'
The #RadioReading segment is aimed at providing some reprieve from the Covid-19-heavy news cycle and programming.
Tune in every day at 3:50pm to hear John read and spread some joy!
Below are some of the video highlights from his reading corner.
WATCH: John Maytham reads from 'Cry The Beloved Country' by Alan Paton
WATCH: John Maytham reads 'Quill Soup' by Alan Durant
WATCH: John Maytham reads poetry
WATCH: John Maytham reads 'Lina, The Duiker and The Dragonfly' by Lisa Steyn
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