Professor Ron Davies, who died on 13 September 2012, was an Honorary Corresponding Fellow of the Society. Born in Pretoria, he graduated at Rhodes University as MSc in 1954. Completing his PhD in London at LSE in 1961, he taught in the Durban division of the University of Natal until 1975 when he moved to Cape Town as Head of Geography. He was perhaps best known for his research on the urban system of South Africa and the apartheid city. He was an active member of the International Geographical Union and twice President of the South African Geographical Society.
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