international

Mayor of London looks to Cape Town’s example as a Host City
22 June 2010

Clutching Jabulani (the official soccer ball of the 2010 World Cup) under one arm, and a vuvuzela under the other, Mayor of London Boris Johnson this week addressed the media at a press conference organized by the V&A Waterfront World Media & Legacy Centre.

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International Business Breakfasts
8 June 2010

Get connected in Cape Town. Join South African and International business leaders at a series of networking breakfasts. The City of Cape Tow, The Provincial Government of the western ape and Connect’d Cape Town ar hosting three international business networking breakfasts during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Each breakfast is on a key match day.

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Business Breakfast 3: Netherlands / Cameroon International Business Breakfast
3 June 2010

Date: 24 June 2010 Type: Business Networking , Email: connectd@connectdcapetown.com Website : www.connectdcapetown.com Location: Ballroom West, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town Cost : R300 per person Many of the football lovers who will be attending key matches in Cape Town during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ have

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Business Breakfast 2: England / Algeria International Business Breakfast
3 June 2010

Date: 18 June 2010 Type: Business Networking , Email: connectd@connectdcapetown.com Website : www.connectdcapetown.com Location: Ballroom West, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town Cost : R300 per person Many of the football lovers who will be attending key matches in Cape Town during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ have

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Business Breakfast 1: France / Uruguay International Breakfast
3 June 2010

Date: 11 June 2010 Event Type: Business Networking Email: connectd@connectdcapetown.com Website : www.connectdcapetown.com Location: Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Restaurant 1 North Wharf Square, Loop Street, Foreshore, Cape Town Cost : R300 per person On 11th June, France meets Uruguay in their first-round match – the first game to be played at the iconic Cape Town Stadium.

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