This year’s SATSA Conference is fast approaching, with excitement building up.
The conference offers excellent networking opportunities, insightful panel discussions, and fun evening events that showcase some of the area’s tourism value. The second evening event is a one of a kind township experience at Guga S’thebe, Langa. Guga S’thebe Arts and Culture Centre in Langa is a vibrant arts and culture hub which forms a large part of Cape Town’s rich and diverse cultural tapestry.
The facility ties in wonderfully with our theme for this year of inclusive growth, while at the same time displaying uniquely South African culture. “This vibrant space features an indoor performance area, an amphitheatre, dance, paint, pottery, mosaic and photographic studios. The centre is a focal point in the community and source of empowerment, and skills development,” says Alderman Smith. “Here people are trained in several art forms such as pottery. There is a community theatre and residents can join dance, arts craft lessons, traditional dancing, choir training, and regular exhibitions.”
Knowledge is power, and at this year’s SATSA Conference we’re giving you access to some of the most knowledgeable people in the industry. Who better to learn from than thought leaders with growing businesses, and years of experience behind their names?
A reminder that a late registration fee of R1000 will apply to any new delegate registrations up until Tuesday, 8 August 2017.
To register click here