Skills & Futures Zone @ Rand Show: Informing future leaders

The organisers of Rand Show 2018 are pleased to announce the launch of the Skills & Futures Zone, a brand new interactive, dynamic and informative new exhibition zone at Rand Show 2018. With over 70% of the Rand Show’s audience made up of families with children, the Skills & Futures Zone is perfectly aligned to…

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Thuto Legwale takes the reins at Sun City’s Segaetsho – Cultural Village

Aligned with its commitment to the advancement of sustainable communities by supporting small and medium enterprise development, Sun International’s flagship resort, Sun City, has partnered with the dynamic Thuto Legwale (29) to reignite and take the reins at Segaetsho Cultural Village. In Setswana, the name means “Our Heritage”, capturing the essence of the centre where…

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Parc Fermé is set to change your view of Afro-Fusion dining

Feel the rhythm of Africa, the drumbeat of all that is eclectic and come and delight your senses at the all new Afro-Fusion Parc Fermé. Leaving behind haute cuisine, the restaurant has launched a new Afro-Fusion look and a contemporary and exciting Afro-Fusion menu. Parc Fermé holds one of the most appealing addresses in Sandton,…

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New Leadership and Vision for Silverstar

Almost two decades after her foray into the casino industry as an accountant, Anneke Potgieter has made the number one entertainment destination on West Rand her home as she steps into the role as Director of Operations and Complex General Manager at Silverstar. Rising up the ranks at Tsogo Sun This determined and focused woman…

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5 tips to ‘do’ CSI well

‘Tis the season of giving, so we thought we’d talk about how to maximise the benefits of your Corporate Social Investment (CSI) projects with the following five tips. #1 Choose carefully The hardest part of a CSI project is choosing what kind of project you would like to invest in – and then finding the…

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Going ‘green’ makes cents (and rands) for start-ups

Green is the new black. Or is it the new pink? Either way, it is a popular topic, because according to 15 000 scientists from 184 countries around the world who signed a ‘warning to humanity’ last week, life as we know it depends on it. And that is hard to ignore. But if you’re a…

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EXSA forms an alliance with international federation, IFES

On 09 November 2017, the Exhibition and Event Association of Southern Africa (EXSA) and the International Federation of Exhibition and Event Suppliers (IFES) held an association meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa. What made this a landmark event was the signing of a reciprocal membership agreement between the two organisations, which will benefit them as well…

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Samuel Nassimov: From dreamer to doer

November marks Entrepreneur’s Month, honouring those who have worked hard to build an empire from absolutely nothing. One such individual is Samuel Nassimov, Founder and Managing Director of one of the fastest growing, independently-owned hotel groups in South Africa, Premier Hotels & Resorts. As a child growing up in the former Soviet Union, Nassimov’s lifelong dream…

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What you need to know about event greening with tech

Chances are you already know about the myriad benefits that technology offers the events industry. And you probably also know how it can greatly help with event greening – making an event more sustainable in terms of its environmental, social and economic impact. But what is less talked about is one of its very dirty…

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