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Events happening near by Stinkhout Avenue Birchleigh Kempton Park Gauteng South Africa

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Hirsch's Meadowdale Networking Breakfast

Hirsch’s Meadowdales Business Networking Breakfast is on the 27th of June at 8:30am on a thursday. Come join us at 12 Herman road for an elite networking meeting. Free of charge. RSVP to Wesley on 082 267 4167 or [email protected]

hirschs meadowdale
12 Herman Street Germiston

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 8.30am -
Thu, 29 Nov 2018 10.00am

weekly on Sundays until December 31, 2018

Sunday Lunch at the Fairway

SUNDAY LUNCH AT THE FAIRWAY HOTEL, SPA & GOLF RESORT Starting with a cold selection of smoke salmon and an oyster bar amongst other delicious cold buffet items, followed with carvery and mouth-watering dishes such as tomato bredie and chicken curry, Sunday buffet lunch at Fairway Hotel is not to be missed. The grand finale includes a selection of sweet temptations. Book for Sunday buffet lunch and experience the delightful menu. Live entertainment between 12h30 and 15h00 R230 per person Bring your family – Children up to 6 years eat for FREE Bookings and enquiries: (011) 478 8000 | [email protected] Terms and conditions apply | Booking essential *Please note: We are able to provide Kosher and Halaal meals from our Certified Caterer on request, at an additional cost. 48 hours notice apply.

The Fairway Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort
Setperk Road, Randpark Randburg

Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12.30pm -
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 3.00pm

Business Lunch with Forever Living Products

Business Lunch, product demo, opportunity talk

546 16th Road Midrand

Sun, 18 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Public Talk - How To Bounce Back From Life's Hard Knocks

Do You Feel KNOCKED DOWN or CHALLENGED – In Your Business, Finances, Health, Family, Friendships or Relationships- You're Not Alone! We have all had situations that have challenged us, knocked us back and threatened to overwhelm us. Not to mention circumstances that have completely engulfed us and clouded the way forward. In the past 45 years of travel, teaching and research, Dr John Demartini has worked with thousands of people, teaching them the SCIENCE on how to turn any challenge into an opportunity. If you would like to learn exactly how to transform any challenge or situation into an opportunity, then join Dr Demartini on the 20th November in Johannesburg, for his inspiring, informative and practical presentation: How To Bounce Back From Life’s Knocks. You will learn the science behind why: • There is never a setback or CHALLENGE without an OPPORTUNITY; • It’s not WHAT happens to us but how we PERCEIVE, DECIDE and ACT on it; • You have the power to become a master of your destiny and not a victim of your history. You will leave the presentation with powerful tools that you can begin implementing immediately so that you are ready to face whatever situation or challenge you face in the future. It’s going to be an extraordinary time with Dr Demartini – Do Not Miss It!

Sandton Convention Centre
196 Maude Street , Sandton Central Sandton

Tue, 20 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 9.30pm

Education, Training and Development Re-imagined!

Visit www.mapalo.co.za for more details Overview of the Symposium Do institutions of higher learning produce graduates that are work ready? Does the graduate have the skills necessary to make them immediately relevant in the workspace? What are some of the frustrations faced by employers when a graduate is not able to perform, even with their degree in hand? It is a fact that a portion of the graduates churned out by learning institutions may not find a job upon leaving school, what are we doing to prepare them for alternative ways of surviving and living, if they do not get a job? Isn’t it perhaps time that we changed our narrative and reason for obtaining an education? Is there enough, if at all, emphasis on the differences between skills, education and training during the learning period? Some graduates have an education and hardly anything else. These and many other lingering questions will be tackled by different experts from varying perspectives Objectives of Symposium The symposium will challenge the status quo and provoke thought and discussion on the subject matter. It will urge a revisiting of the way curricula is designed It will challenge the current narrative of the reason for obtaining an education The symposium should start a revolution, asking the question, how else can a graduating student make it in life if they do not get a job? And what should we be saying to the students as they pass through the doors of universities, FETs and other such institutions of higher learning? Who should attend?  Training and Development Practitioners Curriculum Developers HR Practitioners Policy makers on education and training Skills Development Service Providers 20 sponsored students from selected institutions of higher learning based in Gauteng Province of South Africa. Guest speakers The speakers were carefully chosen based on their respective expertise. They have been drawn from different sectors and represent an assortment of views on the subject matter. Professor Nombeko Mpako, Director of School of Arts, College of Human Sciences, University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria. Mr Meshack Justin Tafa, Deputy Chief Executive Officer/Chief Operations Officer, Human Resource Development Council, Gaborone – Botswana. Mr Chris Meintjes, Chief Executive Officer, Activate! Leadership for Public Innovation, Muizenberg - Cape Town. Ms Susan Mwenda-Mulongoti, Founder and CEO, Accelion Consultancy, Kitwe – Zambia. Ms Rahab Matebane, Founder and CEO, Mapitsi Holdings, Johannesburg.  Master of Ceremonies An experienced motivational speaker and great director of programmes, Dr John Tibane will be the MC for the day. He is the CEO of Tibane Consulting, Johannesburg.  Convenor Claude Phiri conceived and organised the symposium. He is an author, speaker, skills development course writer and facilitator, keen observer and perpetual student. Owner and managing consultant at Mapalo Management Services, Johannesburg.  Participation fee US$250 + 15% VAT Package includes symposium participation and materials, coffee/tea on arrival, mid-morning refreshments as well as lunch. Early registration discounts  20% if you register by the 30th of September 10% for registrations between 1st and 31st October, inclusive No discount for late registrations after 31st October.

IDC Conference Centre
19 Fredman Drive , Sandown, Johannesburg

Thu, 15 Nov 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Glendower Golf Club
20 Marais Road Edenvale

Sun, 18 Nov 2018 7.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

daily for 1 times

Scaled Agile Framework Certification Training Course in Johannesburg, South Africa

Ulearn System's Offer Scaled Agile Framework Certification Training Course Johannesburg, South Africa. The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is a complete guide or methodology for large-scale Agile project teams to execute an Agile transformation in best possible way within an enterprise. Applying Lean-Agile principles and practices across all levels within an organization to achieve higher results. The SAFe® framework effortlessly connects the alignment, collaboration, and delivery of multiple agile teams leading the way to the success of that organization. Enroll for Safe Agile Certification Training Course Johannesburg, South Africa We deliver Scaled Agile Framework Training in Johannesburg, South Africa classroom and live online classroom modes. Enroll for Scaled Agile Framework Training veracious cities in Johannesburg, South Africa Key Features: • Interactive Instructor –led Online Classroom Safe agile Training in Johannesburg, South Africa •Complete the study course designed for the SAFe® Agilist (SA) certification exam • Free reference materials from Scaled Agile Framework. • Highly qualified, expert & accredited Agile trainers • Enrich with Industry best practices and case studies • Convenient Weekday/Weekend Safe Agile Certification Training schedules in Johannesburg, South Africa Who should Attend? Software Developers Project Team Members Team Leads Project Architects Project Managers Scrum Team Members And anybody who is part of IT and project management teams working on projects Course Preview: • Introduction • Lean Thinking • Agile Development • SAFe ScrumXP • Agile Release Train • Agile Portfolio Management • Scaling Leadership Exam & Certification: SAFe Agilist Exam Format: Exam name– SAFe® 4 Agilist Exam Exam format– Multiple choice Exam access– Candidates can access the exam within the SAFe® Community Platform upon completion of the Leading SAFe® course. Exam duration– Once the exam begins, candidates have 90 minutes (1.5 hours) to complete the exam. Number of questions– 45 Language– English For more information: Ph: +91-9032100075 Email id: [email protected] https://ulearnsystems.com/

Ulearn Systems
Johannesburg Johannesburg

Sat, 24 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Sat, 24 Nov 2018 6.00pm

6 Steps to a Better Business - Increase Sales 46% and Profits 61%

In just a few hours you will get more ideas on how you can increase your income than you have in the last few months, maybe even the last few years! I am going to give you the secrets to unlocking the gold mine of potential you know is sitting in your business…I will walk you through the proven business formula step-by-step, explaining the exact strategies we have used to build many multi-million dollar companies and show you how you can do it to. During the FREE seminar we will give you the chance to step out of your business and get focused. You will walk away with concrete ideas on how to increase your business profit, make your team more effective and get a grip on your time management. You will leave this practical seminar with a clearer direction and new tools to achieve your goals faster.Let the 6 steps be your guide to business strategy that can lead to a better business and a better life. Get started by registering for 6 Steps to a Better Business.

Corporate Conference Centre
101 Edward Drive Edenvale

Thu, 15 Nov 2018 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

#VLOG4Her Campaign Awards Ceremony - #AfricanWomen stories told online

"A picture is worth a thousand words, but a video is worth a billion views." - Edzai  C. Zvobwo CALL TO ACTION: Create a channel on Youtube if you dont already have one  and upload videos that share the stories of African women (even yourself). Once uploaded share with as many people as possible. The most viewed videos will receive prizes on the 24th of Novemeber 2018 in Sandton Johannesburg.  #VLOG4Her Campaign Knowledge is both a resource and an investment, and like all other forms of wealth, it is often deferentially distributed throughout a social system. In many areas, information simply does not exist, and where it does exist, it is often sexist. Gender knowledge gaps and biases reinforce the harmful stereotypes and practices, and often misrepresent women and girls, and undercut or undervalue their contributions locally and globally. It is 2018, and we cannot tolerate leaving women and girls behind anymore. The #VLOG4Her is a programme adapted from and contributing to the #HerStory Campaign run by Empower Women (UN Women) on https://www.empowerwomen.org/en/campaigns/herstory The #VLOG4Her serves a special purpose vehicle to capacitate as many individuals as possible so that the African woman’s story can be told to the world. This is a programme geared to the preservation of wisdom and perpetuation of the African woman’s legacy. Why does closing the gender knowledge gap and Wikipedia matter? As clearly articulated during the Empower Women Edit-a-Thons held on World Youth Day, on the 12th of August 2016, it is important that we all close the gender gap, especially on strategic information dissemination portals like Wikipedia which have an effect on how we consume and generate knowledge. With a better understanding of the way women and girls live their lives, and the specific inequalities and injustices that hold them back every day, communities can identify the challenges and fix them. Recognizing the contribution of women through history can defy the current stereotypes about women and provide positive models for girls and the world. Gathering and analysing data makes the invisible women more visible. Wikipedia editors have real implications on millions of users daily as it the sixth-most-visited website on the Internet and over 1,796,235 sites share links to Wikipedia pages. The emergence of interactive crowdsourced information may help in closing the knowledge gap as essential knowledge and information is now accessible to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and in all corners of the globe. The current content on the Internet is created by everyday people, for everyday people. Closing the gender gap requires first closing the data gap as a foundational step. #VLOG4Her Campaign Visual communication is the most effective way to communicate. A picture is worth a thousand words, but a video is worth a billion views. It is necessary that African women tell their story through video and help change the world for the better. The African woman's story should be told to the world, allher struggles should come to light. Alll her successe should be celebrated, her fight for freedom ought to be supported. #VLOG4Her is one of the many initiatives out there contributing to the full emancipation of the African woman. Cumulatively, if we all contribute to this initiative we can eventually compile what represents close to the sum of all human knowledge, women should be recognized as part of that sum.  The  Education Support Forum (TEDSF), MathsGee , MathsGenius Leadership Institute (MGLI), Amai Capital, Level X and a group of volunteer champions are working on enhancing and increasing  online video content related to women and gender equality to raise awareness, close the gender knowledge gap, and start changing and editing the future. The initiative aligns with UN Women’s youth strategy that focuses on strengthening the leadership of young women in all spheres, economic empowerment and skills development of young women and promoting action on ending violence against young women and girls. It calls for investing in young women’s knowledge development and young women led knowledge creation. If you believe in the notion of online and offline collaboration for the greater good and gender equality and have been impacted by an inspiring woman in your lifetime, join our campaign and make them more visible to inspire millions. Help us celebrate the #VLOG4Her campaign to close the gender knowledge gap on the 24th of November 2018. Our #VLOG4Her volunteers have already started to compile profiles of women who have made a difference in our history and this work will be highlighted on social media as well. Join the #VLOG4Her campaign to contribute, promote, and celebrate women of the world. Make sure you are going to be an agent of this historical change. About the #VLOG4Her Campaign The #VLOG4Her campaign  starts NOW. Below are the steps to joining this campaign: 1. Use any device with a camera to take a video. 2. Visit  Youtube  and login. 3. Create a channel (if you dont have one) 4. Upload your videos  and include #VLOG4Her in title 5. Share with friends and family on social media and other distribution channels. 6. Check to ssee if you have the highest views by the 24th of November 2018 and win prizes. The #VLOG4Her awards ceremony will be held on November 24th at the African Heritage House, Rivonia, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. The campaign is expected to convene many participants to shoot and share. The day-long event will include an opening, a #VLOG4Her 101 brief tutorial, a full day of women sharing their experiences, featured speakers from our partners, breaks for coffee and networking, and a closing speech. This campaign is the beginning of multiple planned events dedicated to this campaign all over Africa to increase the coverage of women's topics online and to encourage more women to share their stories via video. This event is supported by The Education Support Forum, MathsGee, MathsGenius Leadership Institute (MGLI), Amai Capital, Level X and thousands of volunteers and initiatives from all over the world. Partner organizations and professional volunteers will provide resources, mentors, and technology to help guide newer vloggers through the process. The knowledge produced will be focusing on recognizing the contribution of female leaders and especially young women, produce videos outlining the concepts of gender equality and its champions, and offer a youth friendly content about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Reserve a spot and make a difference in Africa. What to bring: Your device with a camera and a friend. Name of a woman that inspired you and do a video  about her. (It can be yourself)   On 25 November: 9:00 am: Arrival 9:30 am: Start of Programme 5:00 pm: End of Programme   Bring in your best smile because we would like to interview you about why you support gender equality and the women you are writing about. Thank you for joining the global movement started by UN WOmen, to write an equal history. We are looking forward to meeting you. Date: 24 November 2018 Time: 9:30 am - 5 pm South African Time (GMT+2) Address: African Heritage Society, 325 Rivonia Boulevard, Sandton, 2128

AHS House
325 Rivonia Blvd Sandton

Sat, 24 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Wade Bales Cap Classique & Gin Affair

What better way to celebrate the start of the festive season than by sipping the finest bubbly and enjoying the coolest craft and international gins available in South Africa. Introducing an event like no other…. The Wade Bales Cap Classique & Gin Affair With over 60 of South Africa’s premium MCC’s (all made in the traditional Methode Champenoise style), you’ll get to enjoy the likes of Graham Beck, Steenberg, Anthonij Rupert, Tanzanite and Boschendal to name a few. Then taste and celebrate with the fastest growing spirit in the world, gin! There will be up to 50 craft and international gins to taste, with local producers present to share their knowledge and unique insights into what makes their particular “liquid” irresistible. Taking place at the Southern Sun in Hyde Park Rooftop Terrace Bar, spectacular views and great music, makes for a stylish and sophisticated experience.

Southern Sun Hyde Park
Hyde Park, Sandton Johannesburg

Sat, 24 Nov 2018 3.00pm -
Sat, 24 Nov 2018 7.00pm

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