Back by popular demand we would love for you to join us at our fourth Future of Work breakfast. We have an amazing panel of South African freelancers, corporate executives, CEOs and founders, all who have chosen to ditch the 9 -5pm to create their own global career path.
If you have been thinking about making big changes to your work life, now is a good time to learn how others have made the jump.
This event is free to attend, but we are operating on a strictly ticketed basis. You need to register your seat by clicking below. Tickets are distributed on a first come first served basis.
The Durban July Handicap is a South African Thoroughbred horse race held annually on the first Saturday of July since 1897 at Greyville Racecourse in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. It is South Africa's premier horse racing event.
It is therefore completely understandable that party-goers from all over the country flock to this hoity-toity event, dressed in all their best to see the racehorse favourite attempt to win the cup. Each year they have a theme and 2018 is Fashion..
The Knysna Oyster Festival is probably one of the most popular annual events in the Western Cape. It is also something of a celebration of the good life and sport and has taken place every year since 1983.
The Knysna Oyster festival is spread across two weekends that promise constant fun and activities for the whole family. The Forest Marathon (half marathon), and the Pick n Pay Weekend Argus Rotary Cycle Tour, now a two-day event that is the biggest of its kind in the country.
Other mid-week events will include the Wade Bales Wine Festival, the Pick n Pay Oyster and Wine Mardi Gras, the Knysna Lyster Company Shucking Competition and sports events such as the Scottish Leader Whisky Bowls Tournament and the Protea Hotel Knysna Quays Waitron Race.
But of course the stars of the show are undoubtedly the oysters, served naked, cooked or garnished at over 30 local Tabasco Hotspots throughout the festival.
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Wonderful day for the whole family this purple Day Sunday 25th March
Fresh veggies for sale
Yoga class for mom’s while dad’s and kids have their own fun class
Purple plant planting for the kids as well as a range of activities for them like Easter egg basket painting, face painting, balloon sculpting, magic show, pony rides, story time and ceramics classes for the older kids
Shopping at the Bamboo Palace, Charity Shop, Book Shop and CO2 Lab
Wine tasting, great food and some musical entertainment.
When: Sunday 25th March 9-2pm
Where: REEA, Marlborough Avenue, Craighall Park
More Info: https://www.facebook.com/theREEAorganization2/
Rosebank's is always providing a new venue, market or shop for us to explore! This time its at the Keyes Art Mile, Rosebank's art and design district. that is home to a new artisanal food market – The Pantry Market at Keyes.
Taking place on one Saturday morning a month, the market will specialise in small-batch, artisanal products, and will bring to the district everything from olive oil and honey to fresh produce, charcuterie, confectionery, sourdough bread and cut flowers.
Date: Saturday 24th March 9am - 2pm
Venue: The Atrium of the Trumpet Building on Keyes – 21 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg
Micro Adventure Tours are always in the most interesting of places with eclectic mix of people. This week they are venturing into one of Joburgs oldest parks - the Wilds.
Come hike with us Joburg's hidden gem; the little Eden; the Joburg's best kept secret and our very own Central Park. The Wilds!
Bring along the family, friends, dogs and the visitors so that we enjoy this day's hike together. The more the merrier!
Here is the catch though. We will do some work. We will do our part by picking up litter as we hike. We believe that together we will make a huge difference to this wonderful park.
Garden gloves, refuse plastic bags, picking sticks if you have, water, sunscreen, comfortable hiking attire, energy bars or any eats.
Beechwood Gardens is the private home of jeweller Christopher Greig and his wife Susan. Each year they open up their gates to the public as part of the Gardens of the Golden City series.
This two day Easter Market enables you to wander through the beautiful landscape, browsing through a variety of stalls.
The gardens were laid out in 1945 by legendary landscape architect Joane Pim, a founder member of the Institute of Landscape Architects of South Africa, and are among the most beautiful private gardens in the city.
R50 of the door - there is NO parking, so you will need to Uber
Join us for a chilled out afternoon on the lawns of the beautiful Johannesburg Country Club.
There will be a range of activities for the kids to do, from tennis to water slides, just remember to pack a change of clothes and their swimming costumes!
Its R100 per child, and adults free. Bring a picnic or you can purchase food from the stalls.
RSVP by 7th March to firstname.lastname@example.org
The JHC offers great hikes in the Magaliesberg on each Sunday of the month for those that would like to get away from all the hustle and bustle of Gauteng's cities. There is no need to book for Sunday hikes - just arrive (at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time) at the meeting place (Check the full programme) on a Sunday morning, and introduce yourself to the leader of the day. Please take note that Sunday Hikes proximately involve 6 hours of hiking with an one hour lunch break in between
Don't go into 2018 confused and unsure, what you can do to continue your career here in Joburg, or how to make the most of the opportunities available.
Join other expats for this fun interactive workshop to ensure you get clear on what your priorities are this year, for your career and personal development, so when you do return home, you have great stories to share in your next job interview, and have created memories to last a lifetime.
It all starts with getting clear on how to use your time and skills.
Maybe 2018 is the year too:
- Learn a new skill
- Start your Side Hustle
- Grow your Freelance Career
- Travel more
- invest your skills into something meaningful
Whatever your dreams are, come join other at our Kick Start 2018 workshop.
10 - 10:30 Coffee
10:30 - 11:30 Inspirational Speaker
How to stay relevant and work ready in 21st Century
Leadership Consultant - Tracy Marais
Next Steps Seminars .........
(select one from the following)
1. Practical advice on how to become a consultant (Run by Lexa Leio)
2. Practical Visa advice on how to work here, or set up your business (run by immigration experts Expats on the Globe)
3. How to make Social Media work for you - tips to market yourself on LinkedIn, start a blog, and tips on how 10 minutes a day will help keep you in touch with your industry. .
4. Get organised - map out your 2018, get advice on public holidays, where to travel, must see destinations, create your own vision board.
12:45 - 1:30 Lunch
1:45 - 2:45 Next Steps Seminars round 2
2:45 - 3:00 Questions
The Milk Bar, George Lea Park
Come join us!
Standard Ticket Price : R750
A series of industrial buildings beautifully converted into a boutique complex with pretty tree-shaded courtyards 44 Stanley is home to a superb collection of stores and delicious places to eat.
Behind the shopfronts are the stories of people who create beautiful hand made goods, from fine chocolate to to drawer fashion labels. Join us behind the scenes to meet some of them ….
Enjoy a coffee and chocolate tasting with Bean There Coffee, South Africa’s first roaster of Certified Fairtrade coffee, and Chocoloza, the creation of Belgian-trained Vicki Bain.
Meet one of SA's leading fashion designers Jacques van der Watt for a view of what goes into Black Coffee's catwalk collection and enter into Jan Bekker's Sirkel jewellery design studio
Finish the day with a sundowner at a surprise location.
44 Stanley offers a fantastic shopping experience amid tree-lined courtyards with plenty of cafes – so feel free to arrive early to explore the space.
Standard Tickets: R550
Early Bird: R450 (tickets brought before 16th November)