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With 2017 having being an extraordinary year in the entertainment industry so far, it’s only fitting that All Access Mzansi Season 3 returns to highlight the best of what was and what is still to come in the world of showbiz.

Fun-filled, classy and informative, the lifestyle and entertainment show premieres today, 10 October 2017 with new hosts Lawrence Maleka, K Naomi and Dash. The trio will be joining returning presenter Mbali Nkosi to usher viewers into the world of fab and glam.

 

Mzansi Sexiest 2017 nominee, Lawrence Maleka has been charming viewers with his impeccable presenting skills ever since he made his mark in Season 3 of Clash of The Choirs. TV personality and model K Naomi is ready to merge her two loves, fashion and TV in this new role, while Dreamteam muso and former VUZU AMP presenter, Dash cannot wait to continue to flex his presenting muscles.

 

“We look forward to switching things up with this new season of All Access Mzansi. With our headline sponsor Hennessy, we’re not only introducing new hosts but viewers can also expect world class entertainment news and coverage, profiles of the hottest local spots in Mzansi and the recognition of excellence in the entertainment industry,” said M-Net’s Director of Local Entertainment Channels, Reneilwe Sema.

 

Content for the show will extend to “Event of the Week” coverages, behind-the-scenes exclusives of homebred shows and live performances from some of Mzansi’s biggest stars.

 

Catch the all new All Access Mzansi tonight, 10 October at 21:30 on Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161).

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Facebook gets behind African entrepreneurs

Posted by radio On October - 9 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS
Facebook gets behind African entrepreneurs in a ‘celebration of tech’ week as part of its sponsorship of TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Africa

 

 

The event will see entrepreneurs and developers compete across three categories: social good; productivity and utility; and gaming and entertainment
Showcasing Facebook’s (www.Facebook.com) passion for investing in creative, diverse talent across Africa, and nurturing the tech and startup ecosystem, Facebook announces a week-long celebration of activities as part of its sponsorship of TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Africa 2017 (http://APO.af/wJeqkQ).

In the first event of its kind on the continent, TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Africa 2017, will search for the best innovators, makers and technical entrepreneurs in Sub Saharan Africa. The event will see entrepreneurs and developers compete across three categories: social good; productivity and utility; and gaming and entertainment. It will tell the founders’ stories, uncovering the next wave of disruptive innovations and putting African invention under the global spotlight.

 

 

Ned Desmond, COO, TechCrunch adds, “We’re really pleased to be able to bring the first Startup Battlefield to Africa. This is an exciting event, with opportunities to discover the creativity, talent and imagination of startups from across the continent. TechCrunch has held events across the world, and being able to hold Battlefield Africa is a natural progression. We can’t wait to see the results.

 

 

Commenting on the partnership, Ime Archibong, Facebook’s Vice President of Partnerships said: “Our partnership with TechCrunch on Africa’s first ever Startup Battlefield event is a natural fit. We’re big believers in supporting and developing young, creative, diverse talent, and we also have a passion for supporting small businesses and startups as they grow, and nowhere is this more exciting than in the rich, diverse continent that is Africa.”

 

 

The Facebook team will be in Nairobi, Kenya from 9-12 October to take part in and host a number of events aimed at connecting, listening and learning from the startup and wider tech community:

  • TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Africa 2017 – a day-long event aimed at celebrating and uncovering the best innovators, makers and technical entrepreneurs in sub Saharan Africa. Taking to the stage will be:
    • Ime Archibong, Facebook’s Vice President of Partnerships
    • The Startup Journey to Success panel hosted by Emeka Afigbo (Facebook’s Head of Platform Partnerships for Middle East & Africa) with Chijioke Dozie (Co-founder and CEO, OneFi), Mark Essien (Founder and CEO, Hotels.ng) and Eric Thimba (Co-founder and CEO, MOOKH)
    • Uche Ofodile from the Facebook Connectivity team, taking part in a panel on ‘Solving Africa’s Connectivity Equation’

 

  • Facebook Platform Meetup, bringing together entrepreneurs, developers, and senior leaders at early-mid-stage startups in Kenya to learn how Facebook’s Platform products can help to accelerate their businesses 

 

  • Facebook Developer Circles Africa Masterclassa three-day training course bringing together Developer Circle leaders from across sub Saharan Africa

 

  • Women in Tech event – designed to engage with influential women working in Nairobi’s technology ecosystem and to share Facebook’s mission on Diversity

 

  • Developer Circles Nairobi Meetup – bringing together the Developer Circles Nairobi community in an evening of networking

 

  • Facebook Community event – aimed at bringing together Community Groups from across Nairobi

 

  • SMB, Agency & Content Creators Workshops – several workshops providing Kenyan entrepreneurs, agencies and SMB’s on how to grow their business using Instagram and Facebook

 

“With more than a billion people in Africa, we want to do more to enable businesses in the region to connect with people,” says Emeka Afigbo, Facebook’s Head of Platform Partnerships for Middle East & Africa. “We are excited to be part of a showcase of how African developers and tech entrepreneurs are empowering people and growing the economy.”

 

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Soweto Theatre is proud to announce a ten-day musical tribute to culture luminary and godfather of South Africa theatre, Gibson Kente from 7 to 17 December 2017.

Where Robert Sobukwe,Mirriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela left an indelible mark in our imagination, the late Gibson Kente played an equally consequential role. Plays like ‘How Long’, ‘I Believe’ and ‘Too Late’ amongst many others spoke to the heart of what indigenous South Africans experienced under a repressive and foreign regime.

 

Gibson Kente is referred to as the father of township theatre. It is from the townships that legends like him have influenced the cultural, economic and political landscape of South Africa and various parts of the globe. Gibson Kente was a theatre extraordinaire; he was a director, producer, playwright, music composer and choreographer of his own plays. Not only was he a theatre practitioner but he also contributed to the education and training space in South Africa.

 

Being the cardinal storyteller illustrating black pain, love and aspiration in the time of Apartheid it is with great pleasure to announce that he will be commemorated in a musical tribute at Soweto Theatre this festive season.

 

“South Africa is at a time of great possibilities as we are on the verge of a cultural renaissance. Our audiences are in for treat,” says Makhaola Ndebele, Artistic Manager at Joburg City Theatres.

 

A Musical Tribute to Gibson Kente will be in Soweto Theatre’s main auditorium (The Red) from December 7thuntil December 17th 2017. Tickets are now on sale at R120,with early bird tickets at R80, and  available at the onsite box office, www.sowetotheatre.com as well as selected Pick ‘n Pay stores.

 

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The Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards 2017 (VJOYs) has received over 1,000 entries in total across all of its categories – the highest number of entries ever received during the competition’s 16 year history.

This year’s theme is ‘Your Word’, and promotes the integrity of journalism across all media. The VJOYs prestigious judging panel for the 2017 awards includes first-time convenor Ryland Fisher and judges Mary Papayya, Arthur Goldstuck, Elna Rossouw, Patricia McCracken, Nikiwe Bikitsha, Mathatha Tshedu, Albe Grobbelaar, Megan Rusi and Obed Zilwa.

 

“We are delighted with the overwhelming amount of interest in this year’s awards, with over 1,000 entries in total received. With the high calibre of stories covered over the last year, we have no doubt that the VJOYs’ judging panel is going to have a difficult task in selecting the winners.” said Takalani Netshitenzhe, Chief Officer for Corporate Affairs at the Vodacom Group.

 

Regional Awards dates are confirmed as follows:

  • Durban – 17 October
  • Bloemfontein – 18 October
  • Johannesburg – 24 October
  • Port Elizabeth – 25 October
  • Cape Town – 26 October

The VJOYs have a proud history of honouring excellence in journalism across a range of categories. Applicants have entered work produced between 1 June 2016 and 31 July 2017. Awards are given for the best journalist in a range of categories in five regions nationally, with the process culminating in a national awards ceremony in Johannesburg on 16 November.

The awards are regarded as one of the highest accolades for South African journalists. The VJOYs are a means of recognising skill in the all-important arena of news and information dissemination. Winning a Vodacom Award has become a prestigious career achievement, with the overall national winner set to receive a prize of R100 000.

 

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The 2017 Fine Lines Festival will kick off a series of readings, performances and panel discussions, hosted by the Wits School of Language, Literature and Media (SLLM) on 12 and 13 October, located at the Faculty of Humanities in the burgeoning cultural hub of Johannesburg’s city bowl.

 

The two day festival, led by the student council is targeted towards the stimulation of critical discourse within the scholar body to inspire future writers in adding their voices to the process of growing and changing the South African scene, bringing a unique and cutting-edge perspective to contemporary debates.

 

“Fine Lines” as part of the school’s exciting public events programme; refers to the cutting-edge, tenuous and blurred boundaries between people, the literary, real, artists and mediums. It speaks to aesthetic and artistic quality, beauty and ingenuity. It celebrates and exposes all of this, bringing students together and providing platforms for dialogue and engagement, which is a critical part of our task” says Imaan Moosa, Media and Communications officer for SLLM student council.

 

“Following into the final term of the 2017 academic year, we look forward to hosting the Fine Lines Festival, providing students with a dynamic forum for engagement with the broader academic community and institutions of public culture” adds Moosa.

 

The SLLM Student Council, curators of the festival is encouraging its current students to attend and use the opportunity to showcase their work amidst renowned artists, writers, publishers and advertisers in a resplendent display of creativity and artistry; providing students with the opportunity to converse with corporates and gain insight into what lies beyond the university and what is to be expected going into the corporate world.

 

We believe the event is beneficial to students’ education and learning as it enables practical engagement with future employers and provides insight into the industry.

 

“The SLLM Annual Arts Festival has been termed as such because we hope that future SLLM student councils will continue to host the event during their terms. We believe the event is beneficial to students’ education and learning as it enables practical engagement with future employers and provides insight into the industry” closes Imaan.

 

Fine Lines will conclude with on 13 October 2017, is open to the public, takes place at Wits University in Braamfontein and is free of charge.

Programme:

Thursday, 12 October: 12h00 – 15h00 Careers day.

Friday, 13 October: 14h00 – 17h00 Student showcase.

Friday evening: 19h00 – 22h00 Festival closing.

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Hugh Masekela unable to perform at Delicious Fest

Posted by radio On October - 3 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

DStv has announced that Hugh Masekela is no longer able to perform at this year’s DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival to be held at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October.

 

This follows an emergency medical procedure on his left eye in September, which requires several weeks of rest for post-operative healing. As a result, Masekela will not be able to engage in performances or extensive travel until the end of October.

 

Massive management’s Lloyd Cornwall says the festival organisers are naturally disappointed that Hugh Masekela will not be able to be part of this year’s fantastic line-up, which includes other several high profile international and local artists. “We understand that Hugh’s health takes priority and we wish him a speedy recovery in the weeks ahead.”

 

Cornwall assures festival-goers that the line-up for the festival is superb with international music giants such as CommonJohn LeeeAlexander O’NealOmarSoul II Soul and Femi Kuti expected thrill audiences. “We also have an incredible line-up of local performers including Bongo Maffin and TKZeeThandiswa Mazwai and Black Coffee.

 

“We urge the public not to miss out on this awesome two-day event. Tickets are available at ticketpro.co.za and there will also be loads of delicious food on offer as well as excellent entertainment for the younger members of the family.”

Book your tickets for the DStv Delicious Festival and get to enjoy two days of wall to wall musical treats and food that will tantalise your taste buds.

 

General Access Ticket

 

R495 per person per day or R800 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday) includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations, the GA public bars)

 

The Ciroc Terrace Lounge

 

R1295 per person per day or R2100 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday) includes the following:

  • Situated on exclusive VIP terrace
  • VIP Lounge
  • VIP Parking (one parking pass per two tickets bought, parking pass will be emailed)
  • VIP Entrance
  • VIP Bathrooms
  • Premium Cash Bar
  • Tented lounge and furniture
  • Hostesses
  • Viewing Deck with sight lines to the main stage and a view over the festival
  • Fenced garden

 

Kids Zone

R150 per child per day (restricted to ages 3 to 13 years) includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations)
  • Access into Kids Zone area for Kids ages 3 to 13 years

 

 

 

DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is held in proud association with Gauteng Tourism Authority, Proudly South African, Kaya FM, Independent Newspapers, Coca-Cola, J&B, Ciroc, Johnnie Walker, Tanqueray, Castle Milk Stout, Jeep, Generosity Water, Uva Mira Mountain Vineyards and Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and The Tim Tebeila Foundation

 

 

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Simphiwe Dana – One Night at The Lyric Theatre

Posted by radio On September - 28 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Kaya FM & Bassline Live are honoured to be hosting the living legend songstress Simphiwe Dana to the live series of events at the Lyric Theatre in Gold Reef City on the 11 November.

 

Already lauded as one of the most important singers, cultural activists and fashion icons of our time, Ms. Dana has yet to grace the series that has seen the likes of Oliver Mtukudzi, Thandiswa Mazwai and The Soil being booked.

 

 

Therefore, it is only fitting, as the musical series grows from strength to strength, that this globally-revered world music artist join the ranks and add to the solid reputation that Kaya FM & Bassline Live have created with these top quality shows.

 

Simphiwe Dana is more than just a singer – since her debut release Zandisilie in 2004, anyone who heard her music or encountered her on stage has been moved by her fierce determination and grit to not only embed herself into the hearts of her fans through song, but to constantly give back to South Africa at large with her awareness of socio-economic challenges faced in the various communities.  She is a voice for the voiceless and shakes political landscapes, whilst the natural God-given talent of her voice and song-writing seem to come as a natural conduit to compliment her personal and more heartfelt passions.

 

With this kind of path was impossible to stop the force that was Simphiwe Dana.  From her debut album raking in numerous awards and instantly being released in Europe, to becoming the number one selling Music artist on the German World Music Charts and number three on the European Music Charts with her album Kulture Noir, musically she has yet to step a foot wrong.

 

Simphiwe was also named ‘African Woman Of The Year’ in 2016 by New African Woman alongside the likes of artist Esther Mahlangu, athlete Caster Semenya and actress Lupito Nyong’o.  She strives to create conversation that will spark change and is seen as one of the leading and most impactful women in African arts and culture.  In fact so profound is Simphiwe Dana’s influence that her music has been incorporated into the curriculum at Oxford University, no small feat for even the most established of musician considering that to date Simphiwe has only released 4 studio albums and 2 Live DVD’s.

 

She has just recently completed the recording of what she states to be a dream come true in “The Simphiwe Dana Symphony Experience”, which featured international guests Asa and Concha Buika as well as a 60-piece orchestra.  Simphiwe opened the floor to an auspicious audience including Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and a host of other awe-struck guests.  The DVD recording is an exceptional production and a true testament to the multi-talented aspects of this stars’ personality.

 

Simphiwe, known for her grace and conviction, also serves as the first global African ambassador for Amnesty International and the African Union’s Africa Re-imagined Creative Hub (ARCH), a programme that is dedicated to establishing how the arts, culture and heritage sectors can contribute to the AU’s Agenda 2063.  Simphiwe continues to put into action her strong beliefs about socio-economic development and was appointed the ambassador for the Primestars 2015 ‘Step Up 2 A Start Up’ programme which focused on educating grade 10 to 12 pupils on how to become successful entrepreneurs.

 

Thirteen years into her career, Simphiwe Dana remains a hurricane of success, enlightenment, upliftment and soul-stirring entertainment.  Although with the power of her work it seems fickle to even mention her outstanding fashion sense and beauty, there is no denying that the package that encompasses this star is as monumental as the sum of her shine.  Simphiwe Dana is without a doubt, a true queen.

With a limited amount of tickets, the Lyric Theatre is predicted to sell out fast – make sure you book now at Computicket for R250 to avoid disappointment.

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SABC to launch “The Key to Success” campaign

Posted by radio On September - 26 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s SABC Education division, will be launching a campaign called ‘The Key to Success’, on Thursday, 28 September 2017 from 07:00 – 09:00, at SABC Auckland Park and in all the other SABC provincial offices.

 

The campaign will be an extension of the SABC Education Pay-Off Line: “Enriching minds. Enriching lives”. Head of Education, Danie Swart, said “The Key to Success campaign aims to solidify SABC Education’s identity as the leader in providing educational TV (SABC 1, 2 and 3), radio, web and new media content, that not only informs but entertains as well”.

SABC Education’s content, gathered from a wide range of educational subjects, contributes to a rich cultural shared South African identity.

 

The campaign will enhance the current SABC Education offering to its target audience and deliver on its promise of great compelling educational programmes for diverse audiences in South Africa and the rest of Africa.

 

SABC Education’s programming and services reach most South Africans and is recognised nationally and internationally for setting standards in educational broadcasting. (Can we name some awards that we may have won in this regard? Skeem Saam, 100% Youth and Each one Teach One have won awards. ) Some programmes are controversial, some not, but all programmes are of excellent quality and meet the diverse needs of audiences ranging from small children to adults.

 

‘The Key to Success’ is brought to you by SABC Education, in partnership with the Departments of Basic Education and Higher Education and Training.

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Launching of the new edition of Digital Africa

Posted by radio On September - 22 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS
Launching of the new edition of Digital Africa, an innovation competition to take up the challenge of digital transition in Africa

 

 

Deadline for startups to submit their projects on DigitalAfrica.AFD.fr is the 22nd of October
 

 

For the 40th birthday of Proparco, the subsidiary of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD, French Development Agency) (www.AFD.fr) focused on private sector, AFD, Bpifrance (www.Bpifrance.fr) and the La French Tech (www.LaFrenchTech.com) have launched on 19 September the second edition of Digital Africa, a startup competition and digital innovation to support sustainable development in Africa. The first edition of the Digital Africa challenge, launched in October 2016, received more than 500 applications and rewarded 10 start-ups which convinced the judging panel on the potential impact of their innovation. Building on this success, AFD, Bpifrance and La French Tech have decided to renew the experience with the objective of offering a long-term support to the emergence of mature and solid digital ecosystems, catalysers of new economic opportunities.

Digital technology, a great accelerator of Africa’s development 

Digital revolution is transforming the African continent. It’s an innovative catalyst that revolutionizes economies and societies. Ecology, energy, culture, education, artistic creation, governance, and media: digital technology has a transversal and multiplying impact in all those key sectors.

“Digital innovation is abundant in Africa. Africans are making a technological leap that accelerates the emergence of the continent. Through Digital Africa, AFD supports emblematic start-ups of the digital African ecosystems, and fulfils its mission of development in the service of education and innovation, in the digital age. Development is now moving in both directions, between the two shores of the Mediterranean” – Rémy Rioux, AFD Executive Director.

 

Nicolas Dufourcq, Bpifrance Executive Director claims “We are proud to participate in the Digital Africa challenge and to support 5 French start-ups in their development on the African continent which nowadays offers great opportunities. This challenge represents a straight continuation of our action for the internalization of enterprises and their cooperation with the African continent”.

 

Innovation in Africa is showing extraordinary development, ecosystems are being structured, and start-ups are spreading across the continent. By promoting the links between French and African entrepreneurs today, our ecosystems are building a common future. Digital Africa is for French Tech an additional step to bring this ambition with Africa”, David Monteau, La French Tech Director, Ministry of Economy and Finance.

 

A fully customized program 

All the startup winners of this second edition of the Digital Africa challenge will benefit from a high visibility and access an international network of partners, clients and investors. They will be part of a community that gathers the best talents of digital innovation in Africa and for Africa, in order to share experiences and good practices.

The 5 African winning startups will be accompanied by the AFD through an “acceleration pack”, a customizable, technical and financial support up to a 30.000 euros value.

The 5 French winning startups will be accompanied by Bpifrance up to a 10.000 euros value support pack to strengthen their expertise and develop new opportunities on the African continent: Bpifrance Université training, networking and discovery trip to Abidjan and Cape Town with the French entrepreneurs community in the French Tech Hubs.

“For a young startup, Digital Africa offers a great opportunity to gain a continental and international visibility.” – Dieu-Donné Okalas Ossami, E-Tumba, winning startup of the first edition of Digital Africa.

 

What are the selection criteria? 

For the second edition of Digital Africa, startups are invited to propose innovative projects linked to the following themes:

  • Territory (urban challenge, rural transformation, and Smart City etc.)
  • Citizenship (e-government, civic engagement, activism, and alternative media etc.)
  • Knowledge and creativity (education, formation, creative and cultural industries etc.)
  • Environment and climate (green tech, clean tech, sustainable transportations, blue economy, and renewable energies etc.)

The relevance of the solutions proposed, their feasibility, sustainability and potential impact will be key criteria in the selection process divided in several steps:

  • An extensive analysis of the projects, of their innovative nature and of their business model;
  • A review of the pre-selected projects by AFD and Bpifrance experts;
  • A final selection by a jury composed by experts of the technological and entrepreneurial ecosystem in Africa.

Jury:

  • Pauline Mujawamariya, Director of the Innovation Prize for Africa – African Innovation Foundation;
  • Tidjane Deme, General Partner of Partech Venture;
  • Emeka Okofore, TED Global, for Africa;
  • Aissatou Sow, Director of Development in Africa, Intel Corporation;
  • Erick Young, CEO Greentec Capital Partners.

 

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Major Gaming industry leaders confirmed to speak at the world class Gaming Africa Conference in Johannesburg
Clarion’s decision to launch Gaming Africa follows requests from major industry players for a quality business-to-business event dedicated to meet the specific gaming needs of the continent
Clarion has published the Agenda for the inaugural Gaming Africa Conference, which is taking place across 24 and 25 October in Johannesburg. The agenda, for the free-to-attend business event, is available to download from the dedicated website, www.GamingAfrica.za.com.

Created as a networking opportunity for both the industry and its regulators to share knowledge and best practice, Gaming Africa will feature thought leaders including Edgar Agaba, CEO, Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board Uganda, Lanre Gbajabiamila, Director General, National Lottery Commission of Nigeria, James Mbalwe, Director General, Gaming Board of Tanzania and Jean Claude Mushmire, Head of the Services Industry Development Policy, Rwanda Ministry of Trade and Industry.

 

 

With learning modules covering the economy, payment methods, social responsibility, anti-money laundering, investment, public relations, regional roundtables and two master classes from the Totally Gaming Academy, covering Casino Marketing and Sportsbook Management, Gaming Africa has raised the bar in terms of delivering an event dedicated to meet the specific gaming needs of the continent.

 

 

Heralding the new event, African gaming expert, Roy Bannister, said: “I anticipate a lot of interest from international visitors looking to get in on the action in a jurisdiction that is pretty hot at the moment. One only needs to look at the trade press to see announcements of deals being done in Africa, new developments and advances in sports betting, payment technologies and mobile growth that is fuelling a lot of excitement about the continent. There is also interest from numerous African regulators wanting to understand how to more effectively regulate their industries, as well as manufacturers looking to place the latest gaming technology on the continent and enable operators to run profitable gaming ventures. Clarion will bring a professionally run gaming event to the African continent, that will draw upon its international expertise and networking capabilities and allow a market crying out for a world class gathering to finally be able to convene on the African continent and, in the process, take the gaming industry to greater heights.”

 

 

Curtis Roach, Content Lead for Gaming Africa said: “It’s fantastic to be working on Gaming Africa as it brings a long-overdue event to arguably the most important and exciting region in the world for the future of gaming. My remit is to produce a forum that inspires, generates active discussion and provides invaluable ideas for delegates to take back to their organisations. Training plays a vital role in raising standards and creating a professional and sustainable industry. To satisfy this, we will be bringing the highly acclaimed ‘Totally Gaming Academy’ master classes to Gaming Africa. Globally recognised experts Arjan Korstjens and Lee Richardson will be flying in to guide delegates through their specialist courses: Casino Marketing Academy, and Sportsbook Management Academy. These are being provided by Clarion Gaming on an entirely complimentary basis – a saving of R15,000.”

 

 

Clarion’s decision to launch Gaming Africa follows requests from major industry players for a quality business-to-business event dedicated to meet the specific gaming needs of the continent. To download the Agenda and register, which is free to operators and regulators, visit: www.GamingAfrica.za.com.

 

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