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Conferences in 2016

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12 Aug 17th Annual GSB Women in Business Conference The annual WIB Conference celebrates the achievements of businesswomen in South Africa who have made, and continue to make, a distinguished contribution to our society. The primary goal of the conference is to raise funds to support deserving, but financially disadvantaged, women seeking to enrol in Open Academic Programmes at the GSB.
Attendees will be addressed by an impressive speaker lineup that includes Cherie Keating (MD of Dermalogica) and Gabi Lowe (crusader for the Jenna Lowe Trust).  Our keynote speaker is the inspirational Zukie Siyotula, WEF Young Global Leader and former Divisional CEO of a leading investment company. Book online... | Read more...
Belmont Square Conference Centre, Rondebosch, Cape Town, 08:00-15:00 followed by networking event Contact us if you would like to purchase 10 or more tickets or participate as a sponsor or exhibitor.
18 Aug Knowledge Futures & the Twenty First Century University Presented by the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA), the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WISER), and the University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI). Focusing on the contemporary challenges to the university from two interrelated sets of forces: from technological innovations, political contestations, epistemological challenges & new knowledge assemblages; & from the increasing incapacity of traditional knowledge institutions to respond effectively to new learning environments & publics. Presentations by Dir of WiSER, Sarah Nuttall; UCHRI Dir, David Theo Goldberg; Wits Research Prof Achille Mbembe; Antioch University Prof, Philomena Essed; Director of UCT's African Centre for Cities, Edgar Pieterse; Dir of UCT's Creative Writing Programme Imraan Coovadia; Assoc Prof at WiSER, Hlonipha Mokoena; musician Neo Muyanga & Prof of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Avery Gordon. All are welcome; entry free; due to limited space booking is essential. For more information, contact the ICA office (+27 21 650 7156). Hiddingh Hall, UCT Hiddingh Campus, 31 - 37 Orange Street, Cape Town, 09h45 - 17h00 Sam Saevitzon 021 650 7156

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