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The official changeover from South Africa to Brazil for the next World Cup took place in May 2013. Cape Town based, multifunction venue, Trinity, in partnership with venue technical management suppliers INHOUSE Venue Technical Management (IVTM), hosted an Adidas conference to mark the event. The conference was aimed at the Adidas store owners and managers and was used to showcase the launch of the new Adidas apparel, shoes and sporting equipment as well as the new kit to be worn in the home and away games for 7 of the competing teams.Sep 10, 2013 Read More
The Maslow Hotel hosted the Primedia Crime Line Tip-Off Service’s 6th Anniversary Gala Dinner. The event celebrated the success of the Crime Line Tip-off initiative and the significant contribution it has made to our society.
The event was attended by some of South Africa’s finest patriots with the likes of performer PJ Powers; Head of Crime Line Initiative Yusuf Abramjee; National Police Commissioner, General Riah Phiyega; Correctional Services’ National Commissioner Tom Moyane; MEC for Community Safety in Gauteng, Faith Mazibuko; Gauteng’s Provincial Police Commissioner and the Deputy Police Commissioner for the Western Cape as well as other members of the South African Police Service (SAPS), Chairman of the Gauteng Community Policing Board, Andy Mashaile; Tshwane Metro Police Chief, Daniel Manganye; CEO of Sanparks, Dr David Mabunda and the CEO of Primedia, Terry Volkwyn, amongst others.Sep 10, 2013 Read More
LEDVision has enjoyed an exciting growth period since November 2012. The events have kept coming and the demand for LED has not dwindled; despite the downturn the rest of the industry seemed to have suffered over the same period. On the contrary, the past 8 months has given this dynamic company the opportunity to grow, accomplish goals and function at optimum capacity.Jun 26, 2013 Read More
Gearhouse CTN is delighted to welcome Louis Swanepoel back into the Gearhouse fold. After a break of two years, spent broadening his horizons, 2013 sees Louis taking on the role of Project Manager at the company’s Cape Town branch.
A born performer and people’s person, Louis has been involved in the performing arts from as early as primary school where he turned out to be a serious competitor on the school Eisteddfod circuit, enjoyed playing the guitar and participated in school drama activities with great fervour.Jun 25, 2013 Read More
Africa’s most successful advanced technology trade show, Mediatech announced Gearhouse SA as the official technical sponsor for this year’s exhibition. Gearhouse SA is a leading, total technical solution group, servicing all aspects of the events industry. Visitors to Mediatech can look forward to experiencing Gearhouse’s state of the art technology, put together by qualified and passionate personnel.Jun 25, 2013 Read More
Leading South African specialist design and manufacturing company, Gearhouse In2Structures has been producing custom designed, portable, fabric covered "spaces" or Dome Structures for hire or sale for almost a decade. This year they launched the latest in the range, known as the Midi Dome.Jun 25, 2013 Read More