South African comedian Nik Rabinowitz has an incredibly funny and inspirational message for South Africans abroad.
“Sometimes we lose perspective. We go to other places and forget how great it is here. My message for you is come home guys, the sun is shining.”
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Whether you’re ready to join 359,000 South Africans who’ve returned home or considering relocating at a later stage, Speed Meet South Africa is for you. Encounter exciting career opportunities, property, schools, relocation services and cool merchandise.
Be inspired by Thuli Madonsela (Time’s 100 top influential personalities for 2014), Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (AU Chair), Mmusi Maimane (DA Parliamentary leader) , Zelda la Grange (Nelson Mandela’s former PA) and hear true stories about returning home – warts and all.
Build your network with interactive speed meet sessions , worshops and a walk-around expo. For serious career seekers, you can apply for the VIP Careers Speed Meet portion, which is by invitation only.
Employers range from industries like management consulting, construction, retail, ITC, telecoms, healthcare, media, private equity, business services, scientific research, technical services and include: KPMG, Deloitte, Foschini, Accenture, Mace Group, Partners in Performance, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Ipreo, GSK, Etisalat, Safaricom, Africa Health Placements, Dimension Data, Mediclinic, Prodigy Finance, Africa Practice, Jacobs Matasis, LelapaFund, CSIR, Alexander Forbes and Gauteng Department of Health.
Meet exciting property services with Pam Golding. Meet relocation services like White & Co and Doree Bonner. Meet top schools within the ISASA group. Plus have all your relocation questions answered.
Build your network with fun speed meet sessions. For serious career seekers, apply now for VIP Speed Meet Careers, which is by invitation only.
Speed Meet Africa London is taking place at Park Plaza Victoria on Friday 4 & Saturday 5 March 2016.
Entrance is complimentary but capacity is limited and we’re filling up fast.
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