Cape Town, South Africa
NORTH SOUTH CONFERENCE
A melting pot of cultural diversity.
18—25 April 2018
South Africa’s southern city of Cape Town is proudly multicultural. It is renowned for its mix of determined pioneers – Afrikaner descendants of the original Dutch colonists, the majority coloured community, descendants of European Jewish immigrants and more recently, Xhosa migrants who have arrived from the Eastern Cape. This melting pot of cultural diversity makes Cape Town a vibrant and exciting African city, offering fabulous cuisine, interesting museums and a layered history.
Set between the imposing table mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town’s rugged natural beauty showcases itself at every turn. Travel to the Table Mountain’s summit with the cable car for stunning wide vistas, and visit tumultuous Cape Point where Africa’s surly currents collide. Our agenda will include a private tour of Robben Island and the notorious prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 incarcerated years.
Our conference hotels are the Table Bay Hotel in Capetown and Franschhoek House in Stellenbosch. The conference package is available to view at www.cpetravel.com.
We have secured exclusive conference rates for this event and can also combine them with very competitive airfares for a complete conference package tailored to your requirements contact one our our travel specialists at CPE Travel.
Pre & Post journeys include Vic Falls and Rovos Rail.
Please note conference attendees must book this conference package with CPE Travel to register for this conference.
Download brochures about the Cape Town and our post-conference travel.
Proposed Networking Events
The academic and professional program has always been the centrepiece of our conferences, but an equally important part is the networking activities we organise outside the formal program. Over the years many delegates have forged professional links with other practitioners arising out of meeting for the first time at the conferences. The informal networks established have led to a mutual referring of clients and, through being aware of other practitioners’ specialties; practitioners have gained access to professional resources which previously would have been either inaccessible or unknown. Delegates have also reported that the informal interaction with other delegates has led to the cross-pollination of ideas, exchange of methodologies and an enhancement of professional camaraderie among fellow practitioners. Many delegates are now coming to these conferences as individuals because of the camaraderie and networking events associated with the conferences.
Conference Registration Fees
Per conference, per delegate (AUD)
$1,345 Single conference registration
$1,145 Multiple conferences/delegates registration
$945 Emeritus registration (delegates retired from all forms of practice)
$945 Speaker registration (approved speakers only)
Conference registration is non-refundable but transferable to another conference within 12 months of the original conference dates. Accompanying persons not requiring CPD points or certificate of attendance are welcome to attend all academic and networking events free of the registration charge.