South Australian entrepreneur and arts investor Kim Bonython died on 19 March 2011 after a long illness. He was aged 90.
A patron of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy, he was elected as an ACM South Australian delegate to the 1998 Constitutional Convention.
He played a leading role in the 1999 campaign for a No vote in the republican referendum, with great success: the state ( and the nation ) overwhelmingly rejected the proposal.
The ABC reported that he died peacefully in his North Adelaide home on Saturday surrounded by family.
This segment was broadcast by the ABC from Adelaide.