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International Women's Forum South Africa holds conference in June

12 May 2014 09:43
The International Women's Forum of South Africa (IWFSA) will convene an IWFSA conference on 18-19 June 2014 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
This forms part of the continent-wide Africa Women's Decade activities and will expose African women leaders to IWF prior to the IWF Global Cornerstone Conference in 2015, also hosted by IWFSA

The theme is 'Africa Rising: Setting an Inclusive Agenda recognises Africa's recent growth'. The idea of the conference is to unpack the rise of Africa and direct conversation towards setting an inclusive agenda to expand and sustain gains towards addressing the sub-Saharan current issues

Speakers
    • Thabo Mbeki will deliver a keynote address on peace and development in Africa
    • Gill Marcus, South African Reserve Bank Governor,
    • Linah Mohohlo, Botswana's Reserve Bank Governor
    • Naledi Pandor, Minister of Home Affairs
    • Tryphosa Ramano, CFO PPC
    • Irene Charnley, founder and CEO Smile Communication
    • Bridgitte Radebe and Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi (Africa Development Bank)
The complete programme is available on www.iwfsa.co.za. The cost is R2500 per person including a 2-day conference and gala dinner on 18 June 2014. For more information on how to secure your seat, call IWFSA +27 (0) 11 325 5295.
    
 
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