Ekurhuleni, The Festive Season is upon us, and it promise to be a Hot Golden Summer in South Africa’s most populous province of Gauteng. The province’s MEC for Economic Development Ms. Tasneem Motara and a host of other provincial and local leaders and dignitaries are expected tomorrow the 14th of December 2022 to launch the GP Festive Summer Campaign in Daveyton at the City of Ekurhuleni.
Dubbed the Festive Summer ena’lanto (that thing) the 2022 festive season represent a departure from the 2 years devastation and lockdown restrictions that characterizes the past festive seasons. This will be the first festive season we will be celebrating the festive summer under no COVID-19 restriction thus unlocking the power of tourism and the broader visitor economy in sustaining existing jobs, creating further job opportunities, and injecting the much-needed revenue into small businesses and enterprises especially those found in the province’s townships, tourism, and entertainment hubs.
Members of the media are hereby invited to cover, attend, and participate in this highly anticipated launch in which the MEC will outline the province’s jampacked leisure activities, hosting of major lifestyle, business and leisure events, residents and visitors’ safety priorities and reiterate a clarion call for responsible gambling, liquor trading and consumption, responsible and sensible buy during this tough economic times.
Date: Wednesday 14th December 2022
Start Venue: Aviation Museum, Germiston Rand Airport
For RSVP or confirmation of attendance please contact Nonhlahla Mbethe email@example.com 0824351649 or Bongiwe Gambu MEC Motata spokesperson at 0764807075 Bongiwe.Gambu@gauteng.gov.za
Attached is the event running order and programme for the day.
For more information on the GP Festive Summer Campaign Events Calendar, pre and post events tours opportunities and varied accommodation in the province visit www.gauteng.net follow us on @visitgauteng on twitter and Instagram and I love Gauteng on Facebook. //Ends
Enquiries: Barba Gaoganediwe, Spokesperson Gauteng Tourism
@Barba_G74 on twitter
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