Peter Roebuck

Peter RoebuckPeter Roebuck is a writer for the The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, amongst other publications, and a commentator on the ABC. He also helped found the the LBW Trust, which helps young Zimbabweans attend university. He played cricket for Somerset, studied law at Cambridge, and divides his time between Australia, South Africa, and other parts of the cricketing world.



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Very good article on Mugabe. How does one contribute to the university fund for africans from that country.
admirer of Roebucks style and directness.
winnall | 04 September 2008


love your columns, can you please write what u think about berand tomic?

I know you like guys with his nature.
Rohan | 22 January 2010

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