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Alderman Sol Kreiner, "British Airways"

Letter from A J Burnett, Sales Manager Transvaal, on behalf of Michael Hirst, Manager Southern Africa, to Mayor Sol Kreiner, expressing heartfelt appreciation for Mr Kreiner's efforts in assisting to secure the Concorde Charter to Cape Town in March 1985.

A J Burnett

Alderman Sol Kreiner, "Cape Town's New Mayor"

Newspaper article by Suzanne Belling from South African Jewish Times about Cape Town's new mayor Sol Kreiner. Mr Kreiner is described as a self made man, who worked his way up in business to become sole owner and director of a textile company. In 1976, he began his civic career, representing Ward 8 - Woodstock, Salt River, District Six and Walmer Estate. "In the recipe of success, the key ingredients are people," he said. "I believe that every problem can be solved and I also believe that once you start something, you finish it." Mr and Mrs Kreiner are essential "people" people but, above all, are proud and observant Jews.

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Alderman Sol Kreiner, "Civic lunch for Gerald Kraft"

Newspaper photograph of Cape Town's former Mayor, Alderman Sol Kreiner, hosting a civic lunch for Mr Gerald Kraft, international president of B'nai B'rith. In the Mayor's parlour were: (from left) Mar Charles Glick, B'nai B'rith international vice-president; Mrs Goldie Glick; Alderman Kreiner; Mayoress, Mrs Brenda Kreiner, Mr Kraft and Mrs Cokkie Kraft.

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