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Addressing the funding gap with the Innovation Hub

Addressing the funding gap with the Innovation Hub

The Innovation Hub invites you to a discussion by a panel of experts on addressing the funding gap. The evening will be moderated by The Innovation Hub CEO, McLean Sibanda; the panel comprises Dr Paul Johl of the IDC Venture Capital Unit, Dr Ntokozo Mthembu of the Support Programme for Industrial Innovation (SPII), Percy Sithole of Gauteng Enterprise Propeller, Mark Eccles of Quintessential Africa and Dr Janine Chantson from the Technology Innovation Agency.

Spring is here! Blossoms on the breeze – Gauteng daily snapshot

Spring is here! Blossoms on the breeze – Gauteng daily snapshot

Spring is finally here! The weather is warming up and the air is sweet with the smell of blossoms.

Here people enjoy the fresh air and blossom trees around a pretty fountain in Rosebank.

Spring is here! Delicate flower – Gauteng daily snapshot

Spring is here! Delicate flower – Gauteng daily snapshot

Spring is finally here! The weather is warming up and the air is sweet with the smell of blossoms.

It’s time to start soaking up some sunshine. Here a child gently cradles a soft spring flower at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden in Roodepoort.

I’m a GeePee

I’m a GeePee

Gauteng symbolises many different things to many different people. It’s South Africa’s cultural and business hub where opportunities and dreams are made.

Feel the energy of our cities, catch the beat of Afro pop, hip hop or jazz at a shebeen or all-night club, play in our casinos, shop, dine and follow the pulse of our rhythm to your next urban African adventure – this is GeePee.

Here’s what GeePees had to say:

“Gauteng. I love it because it has lots of opportunities, it’s very fast, [I love it for] its summer weather, its people, you learn different languages and I love the vibe. Gauteng is the place to be.” Matemogo Hoho Wa Le-Pirates

Refiloe M Dikobe says on Facebook, “Gauteng Maboneng – a place where things happen. I love it because of its people and the diversity of their cultures, the opportunities it creates … I just love Gauteng.”

Thabile Dikobe says, “I love Gauteng for the vibe it has, especially in Newtown. [I enjoy having] a lovely lunch at the Sophiatown Bar Lounge and the artistic feel the place has. Also the different flea markets we have in Bruma and Panorama – great when one is on a tight budget. Love Gauteng!”

What’s happening in Gauteng this weekend – 2 to 4 September, 2011

What’s happening in Gauteng this weekend – 2 to 4 September, 2011

The first spring weekend we’ve been waiting for has arrived and, with the weather rapidly warming up, it makes sense to bring out the picnic baskets and dust off those cooler boxes.

This weekend we have chosen events that are outdoors and most of them allow you to hang out with the family in the sunshine. Listen to local artists perform, be one with nature, enjoy the harvest of the country or get your adrenaline pumping with some physical activities. Whatever you decide to do, just enjoy spring.

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