Forthcoming events in 2016

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Critical Mass

Taking place at Spier in the Western Cape on 10-11 February, this event focuses on the critical topic of security in the transport industry, in a setting of unparalleled beauty and comfort. All the big names in transport and logistics will be there. Produced in association with Road Ahead magazine. 

The Tomorrow's Leaders Convention

Brought to you by Old Mutual, South Africa's premier showcase for the prestigious achievements of business leaders under 35 is coming back to Emperors Palace on 11 March. Prepare to be amazed by what South Africa's under 35s can do. In association with Leadership magazine.

SMME Opportunity Roadshow

Following the success of the 2015 cycle, the Roadshow is travelling through South Africa once again. Entrepreneurs are invited to attend these conferences free of charge in order to help boost their businesses and achieve Government's goal of having SMMEs become the country's biggest job provider. Rolling out 26 May in Johannesburg, 26 July in Durban, 10 September in Cape Town, and 15 November in Port Elizabeth. Produced in assocation with Opportunity magazine, mouthpiece of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

Skills Development Summit

A must on the calendar of every HR and skills development practitioner in the public and private sector alike, the Skills Development Summit is the forum to address the latest advances in skills development as well as confronting the challenges that beset job creation and competitivity in South Africa. Be there at the CSIR ICC in Pretoria on 2-3 August.

The Skills Development Summit also incorporates the prestigious Achiever Awards. Presented in collaboration with Achiever magazine and curated by the South African Board of People Practitioners (SABPP), the Achiever Awards are the most sought-after accolades that people practitioners can aspire to.

Black Business Quarterly Awards

Who are the movers and shakers in Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment? Who are the up-and-coming transformers of South African business? Which companies have done the most to uplift the people through economic transformation? Find out the answers to these questions in an evening of dazzling glamour and entertainment at Emperors Palace on 27 October. Produced in association with Black Business Quarterly

Live streaming

If circumstances compel you to miss out on one of these incredible events, do not be dismayed: you can watch the proceedings via live-streaming on Cape Media tv.

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