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African Mirror publication - Archive: We are all Africans
www.africanmirror.com, 6 Nov 2011 [cached]
Mrs Evita Bezuidenhout
Mrs Evita Bezuidenhout - Former South African Ambassador to the Independent Black homeland Republic of Bapetikosweti
MRS EVITA BEZUIDENHOUT
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Evita Bezuidenhout, ...
www.thestar.co.za, 3 Feb 2010 [cached]
Evita Bezuidenhout, ambassador of Bapetikosweti, was late for the dinner, but offered this apology: "I've been babysitting.
The Herald Online **News**
www.epherald.co.za, 26 Oct 2005 [cached]
In a blatantly honest analysis of his youth, upbringing and eventual success, in typical manner Uys does not pull the punches when talking about his own shortcomings and those of his alter-ego, the inimitable Evita Bezuidenhout, who has interviewed everyone from Nelson Mandela to Bishop Desmond Tutu and entertained Oprah Winfrey.
does have her
drawbacks - Uys can never go to the toilet when he
is not sure which one to use.
But the man who puts our brutalised past into perspective with humour has a wry look at the past when he
could say in English what he
dared not whisper in Afrikaans because of the tough censorship laws.
The highlight of the Funigalore TV series, when Evita
interviewed famous people, was the interview with Mandela.
turned and espied Evita
beamed that perfect smile. ‘Evita my dear, ah, you are so beautiful'."
When asked why he
had agreed to be on the show, Mandela said: "No, no, Pieter.I wanted to be on Evita's
show because I have important things to say and nobody watches the news."
"By now the woman I had created in the Sunday Express column, already called Evita
, was well known enough to open the show."And that was the start of her
, at first the wife of a National Party MP, was able to gossip and whisper about fresh scandals and told secrets best left unsaid.And so she became the South African ambassador to the independent homeland republic of Bapetikoswete, a homeland with a lavish hotel and casino, where South African law was put on hold and tits flashed.
The book also looks at Uys's own relationships with Evita
But it is now his
Aids work which has become his
Evita Bezuidenhout ...
www.radiosa.co.uk, 15 Oct 2007 [cached]
Master satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys returns to the Tricycle Theatre with the European Premiere of his
new show, Evita
for President!Running from 30 July to 1 September with press night on 1 August, Evita
for President!, which is currently playing to capacity audiences at the Market Theatre
in Johannesburg, professes to be a onslaught against the 'mock' in democracy and the 'con' in reconciliation.Evita Bezuidenhout - the fictitious Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti - has been part of the local South African political spectrum for the last 30 years.
In 1985 she
was already a household name in South Africa.
book Between the Devil and the Deep , a memoir about acting and reacting , was published in 2005 to coincide with his
60th birthday (and Mrs Bezuidenhout's
70th). www.evita.co.za and www.pdu.co.za.
Among books published are his ...
www.wic.org, 25 Jan 2013 [cached]
Among books published are his plays, as well as Evita Bezuidenhout's biography: "A Part Hate A Part Love.
And "No One's Died Laughing," and "Evita Fungalore."
has written over thirty five plays, over fifteen books/plays published, over thirty- films/video's, and made and hundreds of personal appearances throughout the world.
Evita Bezuidenhout is Ambassador without Portfolio, chief liaison person with President Mandela's office with regard to Afrikaans Cultural Affairs and on Committee looking into what to do with the old Symbols of State.
Uys takes delight in satirizing Evita
"contributions" to the new South Africa.