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Cape Town celebrations for CoreXalance

Issued by: CoreXalance | 5 Dec 2012 09:37
Every year the CoreXalance team travels to Cape Town to celebrate the end of the year with the financial departments of media owners they most frequently do business with.
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This year was no exception! The year-end function was held on the 30th of November, at Cassia Restaurant on the Nitida Wine Estate in Durbanville. The theme was Western and what a round-up it was! Guests were treated to a delicious spit braai, while entertainment was supplied by local singer, Ricky Nass.

Each year, the Cape Town event is preceded by a year-end function and awards ceremony in Johannesburg. Last year a challenge was set to export more of the awards to Cape Town - and as it was, this challenge was accepted. Ramsay Media not only won the Been There Done That category of the awards, but Zaida Ryloon, credit controller with Ramsay, won the Credit Professional of the Year award.

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