Stephen “Sugar” Segerman in the Road Through The Grove book

The Road Through The Grove

In the late 1950s, the 1960s and into the 1970s, Louis Botha Avenue – the road through the Grove – throbbed with life. Lined with shops and eateries, and alive with music and romance, it was the backdrop to a melting-pot of working-class people, many of them with roots in Europe, who had made their homes in Orange Grove and the surrounding suburbs.

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  1. the road through the Grove – throbbed with life. Lined with shops and eateries, and alive with music and romance, – Your link, road through the Grove is a dead link 😦

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