SA modern pentathlon championships

The Gauteng Province is proud to announce that it will be hosting the 2019 South African Modern Pentathlon and Laser Run Championships.  The five pentathlon events will take place on the 3rd and 4th of May at Curro Hazeldean, The Gauteng Fencing Federation and Zwavelpoort Equestrian Centre.

Modern Pentathlon is UIPM’s flagship Olympic sport comprising of Swimming, Fencing, Show Jumping, Running and Shooting and offers the ultimate test of an athlete’s fitness, courage and skill.

According to LOC member, Graham Burnett, “We are proud to be hosting the 2019 SA Modern Pentathlon Championships and we are looking forward to welcoming South Africa’s top athletes to Gauteng.  We are working hard to ensure that this will be a superbly organised event for both athletes and spectators.

The level of competition is expected to be very high this year as some SA athletes are world champions in various events and place well at World Championship level.

The laser run discipline is also held as a stand alone SA Championships event providing an excellent opportunity for a larger number of athletes from around the country to compete. Top performers on the day will also be eligible to represent the SAMPA national team at the World Laser-run championships in Hungary later in September.

Watch and follow our local A-list athletes that will assemble on the start line:  From Fourways High School Nadya and Nikita Stolarczyk, defending Champions Dylan Kruger (Wits) and Marco Prins (Hoerskool Randburg), Diaan Rooseboom (Laerskool Fairland), Andreas Roos (Jan Celliers), Matthew and Thomas Hunt from Bryanston Primary School, multiple world champ Joshua Eccles from St Stithians, Chloe Diedericks-Boudouris (Curro Aurora), Megan Hunt (Bryanston High School) and sisters Regan and Riley Egbers from Dainfern.

The top performers from the junior ranks will also be eyeing positions in the National team when the continent hosts the 4th Junior Olympic Games in three years’ time in Dakar Senegal in 2022. 

The international Olympic body the UIPM stages World Championships for senior, junior and youth age groups in other Modern Pentathlon (Running, swimming and shooting) sub disciplines including Laser-run, Biathle and Triathle events to grow participation around the world. The SA Championships in the Biathle and Triathle disciplines are scheduled for Durban in June.

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

Date                              Discipline            Location

Friday 3rd May              Fencing               Curro Hazeldean

                                      Swimming           Curro Hazeldean

Saturday 4th May                   Horse riding        Zwavelpoort Equestrian Centre

                                      Laser Run           Curro Hazeldean

Sunday 5th May           Laser Run           Curro Hazeldean

                                      (SA Champs)


2019 SAMPA Pentathlon Laser Nationals Invitational Letter-final03.07v1r3.pdf

After the Laser Run Championships the awards luncheon and presentation will take place at Farm Inn.

For more information on one of the oldest Olympic sports see the International Modern Pentathlon (UIPM) website www.uipmworld.org

Gauteng Contact Information: LOC Gauteng Modern Pentathlon

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the dti to host SA Investment roundtable at the Africa Mining Indaba

The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), in collaboration with the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) and Brand South Africa will host the South African Investment Roundtable on the margins of the 25th annual Investing in the African Mining Indaba in Cape Town on 5 February 2019. Team South Africa’s theme for this year’s Indaba is Invest in South African Mining.

The purpose of the roundtable is to provide potential investors from targeted countries with the opportunity to interact with the South African political and business leadership in order to obtain first-hand information on the issues relating to the South African mining environment. Invited to the roundtable are potential investors from various countries including Canada, United States of America, India, Japan, China, Australia, United Kingdom and Russia. 

The Investing in African Mining Indaba, which takes place from 4-7 February 2019 under the theme, Championing Africa’s Sustainable Economic Development, is a global event that provides a global perspective on the African mining. It is a forum aimed at building and maintaining cross continental business relationships in the mining sector. The event is regarded as the world’s largest gathering of the most influential stakeholders in the African mining industry. These range from financiers, investors, and mining professionals to government officials.

More than 750 investors and dealmakers are expected to be amongst the approximately 7 000 delegates that are expected to descend on Cape Town from across the globe. This makes the Indaba a great platform for networking, deal-making and discovery in the African mining industry.

“The South African government has identified the Mining Indaba as a strategic forum to attract and promote foreign direct investments in different industries of our mining sector.  The Indaba is billed as the largest mining investment event covering the entire value-chain. Our Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) identifies mineral beneficiation as an area of work that presents an abundance of opportunities which investors can take advantage of in order to grow our mining sector. This provides the massive potential of contributing in growing the country’s economy, creating jobs, transformation and eradicating poverty,” says Davies.

He adds that downstream beneficiation of primary minerals contributes substantially to socio-economic development. Davies says the conference is the first after the release of the Mining Charter and that the event will serve as a test of its acceptance by the international mining investors.

“The country’s minerals beneficiation strategy seeks to optimise synergies and linkages between mineral value-chains to promote economic diversification, focusing on industrial capacity development in energy commodities, as well as the iron, steel and titanium value-chains,” concludes Davies.

Enquiries:

Sidwell Medupe-Departmental Spokesperson

Tel: (012) 394 1650

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South African Small Business Awards happening tomorrow

Ending off its 10th year, The National Small Business Chamber (NSBC), in association with World Famous Events, has announced South Africa’s ‘Top 20’ for the 2018 South African Small Business Awards. The Awards function will take place tomorrow, on Thursday 8 November 2018 at 08h30 at the Barnyard, Silverstar Casino, Johannesburg. Please find the attached VIP Invitation to attend as media. Please RSVP directly on this invitation. “We are astounded at the diversity of entrants again this year, but equally encouraged as it shows the depth and breadth of South Africa’s entrepreneurial spirit. Growing small and medium businesses is vital to the local economy and its ever-growing rate of unemployment. This type of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit will undoubtedly cultivate a much healthier business landscape for all involved,” says Mike Anderson, Founder and CEO of the NSBC. The 2018 “Top 20” all receive a “Top 20” Award, and are all automatic finalists for the category and special award. Anderson says the categories are selected with strategic intent, paying homage to sectors within the business landscape that potentially present greater stumbling blocks to success. The 2018 categories are as follows: 2018 National Small Business Champion 2018 National Entrepreneur Champion 2018 National Woman in Business Champion 2018 National Rising Star Champion The 2018 awards are sponsored by FedEx, Microsoft, Absa and Telkom. “We are humbled by the support of such esteemed industry leaders. Without their commitment to building tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, these businesses, would have less opportunities to thrive and flourish,” says Anderson. The “Top 20” not only get acknowledges as winners for this accomplishment, but are also in line to win a category and/or special award: 2018 Special Awards: 2018 National Community Award 2018 National Innovation Award 2018 National Tourism Award 2018 Never Surrender Award “Each entrant has in some way made a difference to someone’s life, either through employing them or by offering services to them. At the heart of this great nation is its people and I am proud to be associated with all these very worthy winners,” says Anderson. He says that the NSBC would not only like to congratulate the “Top 20”, but also thank them for their relentless commitment to building a better tomorrow. NSBC Invitation

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Learners Tackle Environmental Health For a Better Future

Ahmed Timol learners and educators showcased their enterprising solution to recycle unmanaged waste at Columba Leadership’s annual Youth Connection conference on Saturday. Litter is often the first sign of social decay. If communities are unable to address issues affecting their immediate environment, they are unlikely to be able to tackle issues that negatively impact society as a whole. Many streets in South Africa’s impoverished communities are lined with sweet and chip packets, fizzy drinks bottles and plastic bags. National Clean-up Week (10 – 16 September) was given a different perspective at the Columba Leadership’s annual Youth Connection conference by a school that has taken their litter problem into their own hands and as a result have made their community a better place to live. Learners and teachers at Ahmed Timol Secondary School in Krugersdorp, have designed and created dustbins from waste found in and around the school’s grounds. These bins have also been used to start a recycling programme to generate additional income for the school. These efforts have not only increased learner and staff morale, but have also led to a greater sense of pride in the school and community. “The recycling campaign has done more for our school than just clean our environment,” says Naeem Patel, an educator at Ahmed Timol. “Our learners and educators have started to consider the effect their actions and decisions have on their communities and future generations. It has changed the entire school’s mindset,” he says. Ahmed Timol is one of 32 schools that showcased innovative solutions to challenges faced by their communities on Saturday, 08 September, at Columba Leadership’s annual Youth Connection conference at Wits University Education campus. The conference forms part of a national roadshow, themed ‘Think Difference’, intended to bring inspired young leaders together to forge connections and ignite a culture of solution-finding to create a movement of positive social change. “Litter is one of a number of problems faced in impoverished communities. Including environmental appreciation in the Columba programme, is one of the many ways we encourage learners to take responsibility for their surrounds and to take ownership of their socio-economic context,” says Monique Blignaut, acting Columba Leadership Gauteng provincial manager. Other school initiatives showcased at the event include: Unity Secondary School’s #BoyTalk, where male teachers conduct open conversations with male learners to decrease discipline issues; Alafang Secondary School’s play #WordsOverWeapons which seeks to eradicate gender-based violence, and a vegetable garden at Rosina Secondary School to help alleviate hunger. “By advocating critical and innovative thinking, in times when it is easy to feel like a victim of circumstance, we are creating a group of ethical leaders and social entrepreneurs for South Africa’s future,” concludes Blignaut. For more information about Columba Leadership (www.columba.org.za) contact Tracy Hackland at tracy@columba.org.za or 011 440 5790. MEDIA CONTACT Tiffany Mac Sherry 084 423 3466 tiffany@dotgood.co.za

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President Ramaphosa to open Telecom World Conference in Durban

Pretoria – President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, Monday, 10 September 2018, open the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World Conference 2018 at the iNkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre in Durban. The conference is expected to attract 7 000 delegates including senior members of government, leaders of multilateral organisations, regulators and entrepreneurs. Discussions and showcases will feature the latest developments in technology such as preparations for 5G networks, impact and ownership of Artificial Intelligence and the risks of a smarter world. It will also afford small businesses an opportunity to partner with other entrepreneurs and to seek potential investors. This annual conference is being held on the African continent for the first time and it coincides with the centennial anniversary of Tata Nelson Mandela who was the first democratic South African President to address the ITU in 1995. This year’s conference takes forward Madiba’s vision of using technology for development and ensuring that nobody is left behind. The theme for this year is “Innovation for Smarter Digital Development”. Members of the media are invited as follows: Date: 10 September 2018 Time: 09H00 Venue: iNkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre, Bram Fischer Road, Durban RSVP:Siya Qoza at siya@dtps.gov.za or 082 898 1657

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Eskom competition moves to next stage as entries close

The Eskom Development Foundation’s annual Business Investment Competition (BIC) moves a step closer to finding this year’s winner as entries close and the crucial stage of adjudication was underway on 23 – 24 August 2018. Black-owned small and medium enterprises from across the country, that have been operating for more than two years registered for the competition.

 

Small businesses that have been selected as finalists will now be making their cases in front of a team of adjudicators over the two days. The adjudicators will score them based on specific criteria and determine the winners of the different categories as well as the overall winner of the competition.

 

With R1,3 million worth of prizes up for grabs in the competition, the finalists will slug it out for great prizes which they can use to take their businesses to higher levels. Eskom started the BIC with the aim of recognising, rewarding and boosting small businesses that are contributing to skills development, job creation and economic growth in the country. The entrants, which come from across all nine provinces, compete in three sectors; manufacturing, engineering/construction and trade/services.

 

Since it was initiated in 2008, the BIC has been helping small enterprises grow their operations through the financial rewards, the business skills and training provided as part of the prizes, and the exposure that they get for being part of the competition. The overall winner receives R300 000, while each sector’s winner takes home R125 000. The first and second runners-up in each sector receive R75 000 and R50 000 respectively.

 

All BIC finalists will get an opportunity to exhibit at the annual Small Business Expo (SBE) and the #BuyaBusiness Expo held from 6 – 8 September, at the TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg. The Small Business Expo is exclusively dedicated to the development and growth of small and medium enterprises by giving them an opportunity to market themselves and interact with corporates, potential investors and customers.

 

The Eskom Development Foundation CEO, Cecil Ramonotsi, says while there are many competitions that exist to boost small enterprises, the BIC takes things a step further with all its amazing additional prizes. “The BIC is not only giving these businesses a chance to improve their operations and create jobs. It also provides them with the skills they need to be sustainable and grow,” says Ramonotsi.

 

The Eskom Development Foundation is tasked with implementing Eskom’s CSI strategy in sectors including enterprise development, education, healthcare, social and community development.

 

For enquiries, contact;

Manana Maboe

Communication Manager

Eskom Development Foundation

Telephone: +27 11 800 4438

Email: MaboeMC@eskom.co.za

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Brics business leaders to gather in Sandton

More than 1000 delegates from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) will gather at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg tomorrow, Wednesday, 25 July 2018 for the BRICS Business Forum which will takes place as part of the 10th BRICS Summit. The Heads of State of the BRICS countries will preside over the afternoon session of the Business Forum and provide direction on strategic issues under discussion.   The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, Deputy Minister Mr Bulelani Magwanishe and the Chairperson of the BRICS Business Council, Dr Iqbal Surve will deliver speeches at the opening session of the forum starting from 09:00. Their address will be followed by four thematic sessions that cover various topics. The Ministers of Trade, Commerce, Industry, Economic Development and External Relations of the five BRICS countries will all be panelists in the session where The Role of BRICS in Trade and Investment facilitation amidst a Changing Global Political Economy will be discussed.   According to the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, the delegates who will comprise of captains of industry, heads of state-owned entities and government leaders will deliberate on strategic economic matters affecting the future of BRICS.   “In line with the BRICS Summit theme, BRICS in Africa: Collaboration for Inclusive Growth and Shared Prosperity in The Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Business Forum will deliberate on the current global political economy and its implications for BRICS member countries, the implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution on inclusive growth and transformation, facilitating intra-BRICS trade, as well as fostering BRIC-Africa partnerships,” says Minister Davies.   Minister Davies added that the business forum will provide a platform to showcase the economic prowess of the African continent with a particular focus on advanced manufacturing, energy, technology, rail, aviation, information and communication technology, financial services and beneficiation (agro-processing and mining), as well as to enhance the flow of foreign direct investments from the BRICS bloc into the continent.   “The Business Forum will also offer an opportunity to facilitate the creation of manufacturing value-chains on the African continent, to stimulate dialogue on the utilisation of financing packages offered by the New Development Bank, and to promote synergies with development finance institutions on the continent. The Business Forum is also important because it will create opportunities for partnerships between African and BRICS companies as well as develop concrete measures to address the deficiencies within productive sectors impeding the optimal development of the continent,” said Minister Davies. Brics Business Forum Programme   Enquiries: Sidwell Medupe-Departmental Spokesperson Tel: (012) 394 1650 Mobile: 079 492 1774 E-mail: MSMedupe@thedti.gov.za Issued by: The Department of Trade and Industry Follow us on Twitter: @the_dti

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Deputy President Mabuza to chair the Human Resource Development Council meeting

Deputy President Mabuza to chair the Human Resource Development Council meeting at UNISA Science Campus
19 June 2018
Pretoria – Deputy President David Mabuza will on Friday, 22 June 2018, chair the 20th meeting of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) at the University of South Africa (UNISA) Science Campus in Florida, Johannesburg, Gauteng. The meeting will, amongst others, discuss a research study report on the nature and extent of partnerships between the post schooling institutions and industry, a presentation on the implementation of Artisan Training done through collaboration between the Department of Higher Education and Training and the Department of Public Enterprises. The meeting will further receive a progress report on the establishment of the credible, institutional mechanism for Skills Planning in the country. This is a project conducted by the Department of Higher Education and Training in partnership with Wits University and the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC). Deputy President Mabuza will also be guided on a tour of the campus science state of the art laboratory facilities and engage with student researchers as part of the national focus on Youth Month as well as encouraging young people in the country to undertake their studies in scarce and critical skills disciplines. Deputy President Mabuza is the Chairperson of the Human Resource Development Council of South Africa that was launched in 2010.  The Council mobilises various stakeholders behind the country’s Human Resource Development Strategy towards 2030, which aims to develop skills that serve the needs of the economy and support the national objectives of radical economic transformation towards inclusive growth. Members of the media are invited as follows: Photo opportunities on the occasion of a guided tour of the campus by Deputy President Mabuza: Date: Friday, 22 June 2018 Time: 07h30 Venue: UNISA Science Campus, Eureka Building, Florida, Johannesburg Opening remarks by Deputy President Mabuza: Date: Friday, 22 June 2018 Time: 09h00 Venue: Unisa Science Campus, JG Gerwel Building, Florida, Johannesburg

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Deputy President Mabuza to reply to oral questions in the National Assembly

Deputy President David Mabuza will tomorrow, 29 May 2018, reply to oral questions in the National Assembly in Parliament, Cape Town. This will be a follow up question and answer session following the Deputy President’s maiden oral replies in March 2018. Deputy President Mabuza will update the nation on matters in which he oversees as the Leader of Government Business. Deputy President Mabuza will outline the South African National Aids Council’s role in mobilising leaders from all spheres of government to drive the message of this year’s World TB day and also respond on the institutions ability to deliver on its mandate of fighting the scourge of HIV and Aids pandemic in our society. The Deputy President will also shed light on the on-going governance concerns of the North West province and the remedies that the National Government has prescribed as well as state the level of skills acquired by youth and women who participated in the Expanded Public Works Programme in the last year. Details of the engagement are as follows: Date: Tuesday, 29 May 2018 Time: 14h00 Venue: National Assembly, Cape Town Media enquiries:Khusela Diko, Spokesperson to the President on 072 854 5707 Issued by:The Presidency Pretoria

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New Engen Polo cup pace-setter emerges at Zwartkops raceway

 
  • Tasmin Pepper takes both race victories
  • She sets a new Zwartkops Engen Polo Cup lap record
  • Jeffrey Kruger retains championship lead
Drama, a new winner, a new lap record and spectacular racing typified rounds five and six of this year’s Engen Polo Cup Championship at the Zwartkops Raceway near Pretoria on Saturday, May 12. Since the series participants had spent two days testing at Zwartkops prior to the start of the season, everybody was wise to car setup procedures plus the where and whys of their Push to Pass systems, which they would be able to use eight times each per race. Official Qualifying As expected, competition at the 2,4 kilometre venue was desperately close. After Saturday morning’s Official Qualifying and Superpole sessions, the times of the quickest 14 Engen Polo Cup drivers were covered by a second on the grid. Lady racer Tasmin Pepper (Electric Life Polo) sat on pole position, ahead of Clinton Bezuidenhout (Glyco Polo), title points leader Jeffrey Kruger (Universal Health Polo), Darren Oates (Payen Polo), Justin Oates (URUP Polo) and Delon Thompson (A&L Materials Polo). Completing the top ten were Jonathan Mogotsi (VW Motorsport Polo), Daniel Duminy (SMD Group Polo), Charl Wilken (Cronje’s Auto Body Polo) and Keegan Campos (Campos Transport Polo). Race One The race was red-flagged after about 20 seconds, when Bezuidenhout was nudged into a spin in the first corner, causing alarm and despondency behind him. His car was collected by those of Wilken, Jason Campos (Campos Transport Polo) and Simon Need (Photonics Polo), with all four vehicles too damaged to continue. After the restart Pepper backed her qualifying performance by grabbing the race lead and opening up a gap between herself and the rest of the pack. She eventually finished four seconds ahead of Kruger, with Darren Oates, Justin Oates, Mogotsi and Duminy in close attendance. Keegan Campos (Turn I Polo), Thompson, Shaun La Reservee (Alpine Motors Polo) and schoolboy Altan Bouw (Ferodo Polo) filled out the top ten places. Afterwards, Jeffrey Kruger was excluded from the results due to his part in the first corner fracas. Race Two Starting from pole position again, Pepper led from the lights to the flag. She also set a new Engen Polo Cup lap record of 1 minute 12,580 seconds at Zwartkops. Kruger came in second, ahead of Justin Oates, Darren Oates, Thompson, Paulus Franken (Manitou Group Polo), La Reservee, Mogotsi, Keegan Campos and Duminy. Overall results Pepper ended up as the day’s overall winner, ahead of Justin Oates, Darren Oates, Thomas, Mogotsi, La Reservee, Keegan Campos, Duminy, Franken, Benjamin Habig (Just Tools Polo), Bouw and Shivesh Bissoon (Etch Tech Polo). The next rounds of the 2018 Engen Polo Cup Championship will be held at the East London Grand Prix circuit on Saturday, June 3. Volkswagen Motorsport acknowledges all of its sponsors and partners: MAN, Volkswagen Financial Services, Volkswagen Genuine Parts, RG Motorsport, Ferodo Media enquiries: Matt Gennrich | General Manager: Communications | Volkswagen Group South Africa | 129 Patricia Street, Sandton, 2146 Mail: gennrich@vwsa.co.za | Office: +27 11 911 2700 | Mobile: +27 82 570 5761

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