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Meet Makhosi Khoza and Mo Magic at INTEC's free networking breakfast

Issued by: INTEC College | 24 Jun 2014 10:56
Are you a corporate or HR professional from Cape Town and wish to meet and mingle with some of the country's leading celebrities? Then let INTEC provide you with the opportunity.
Join us for a free Networking Breakfast and the launch of INTEC's '173' newly accredited programmes on Thursday, 3 July, at 8.30am, at the Protea Hotel Breakwater Lodge, V and A Waterfront.

The 'breakfast with a difference' will feature entertainment from celebrity magician Mo Magic and popular Heart FM DJ, Makhosi Khoza as well as various opportunities for you and your staff.

Industry professionals can choose from one of INTEC College's five schools. These schools include Business School, Computer School, Creative School, Technical School and Vocational School.

In addition, a thought-provoking and informative presentation will be delivered by the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP) on 'HR in the Technological Era' as well as the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

RSVP today and be part of an exciting morning to meet, greet and socialise with and take advantage of this unique opportunity.

To confirm your attendance, RSVP to Ashmika Chottu on or 031 7133800 by Friday, 27 June 2014. Don't miss this exciting opportunity!

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