The delegates enjoy the District Six Museum
The two-day experience began with a visit to the historical District Six and Bo-Kaap areas. This was followed by a trip through Mitchell's Plain. Arriving at the Promenade Mall, in the heart of Mitchell's Plain, the delegates were introduced to the fusion clothing fashions of designer Craig Native.
Later they shared dinner with leading SA chef Reuben Riffel in picturesque Franschhoek. The following morning the delegates were introduced to young wine-making protégé Tamsyn Jeftha at Hartenberg Wine Estate.
Craig Native Fashion Show
Hayley Elwen (Federal Mogul)
Each of the presenters is an example of the young and successful role models that are inspiring the Coloured community. They spoke from the heart about their background and the current consumer trends affecting their life.
Mark Herman added, "By understanding the Son
's readers our clients can unlock the R35 billion market opportunity they represent." In reply, one of delegates, Elsabe van Zyl from the Spar Group, commented, "Not only did this experience give me a far deeper understanding of this community, but the Son
team went out of their way to make every aspect of the event a highly memorable experience."
Elsabe van Zyl (Spar) Claire Rood (Upstream)
Diran Adenugba (Mediacom) takes in the view
Craig Native, Sharmila Ragunanan (Ellerines), Reuben Riffel
Laura Bisset (Mindshare), Linda Gibson (Ads24), Shirley Franz (Mindshare)
Reuben Riffel prepared a signature menu for the guests
Colourful Bo Kaap