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Mike Lacey-Smith is making the most of lockdown

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Lacey-Smith is the national vice-president of the motorbike club Sons of Jo’burg, but there is so much more to the man than meets the eye.


19 Sep 2020
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Mike Lacey-Smith is making the most of lockdown

Mike Lacey-Smith poses for a picture outside his home in Blairgowrie, 16 September 2020. He recently wrote a book called ‘After the pause’ on dealing with life after lockdown. Picture: Tracy Lee Stark

Anyone meeting Mike Lacey-Smith for the first time would immediately peg him as a biker. He has the mandatory tattoos and piercings and favours black clothing and either a leather or denim jacket. They would be correct. Lacey-Smith is the national vice-president of the motorbike club Sons of Jo’burg, but there is so much more to the man than meets the eye. He has done a lot in his 57 years. He has been a school teacher (English and Guidance at Greenside High School), got his black belt in karate, completed a Masters degree and became a practising counselling psychologist,...

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