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- Pc Gaming
- E sports
- 53 Hour LAN – bring your own computer
- Latest Technology
- Market related Accessories
- Educational Institutions
- Game Development Studio’s & Companies
- Internet Providers
- Computer Hardware & Software
- Collectable Card Games
- Board & Miniature Games
- Tabletop Games
- Comics & Figurines
- Geek Products & Cosplay
- Hackers & Mobile Network Providers
& much more
FRI & SAT 10:00 – 19:00
SUN 10:00 – 17:00
Computicket @ R100
Door @ R100
Weekend Pass@ R200
Factory shop expo 2016 bringing you good quality products at Factory Prices.
Bargains, Discounts, sales and clearing deals all under one roof for one weekend only.
An event not to be missed...
Wholesalers, local business, top designers, importers, manufactures and retailers. Giving the shopper the best factory prices.
Proudly raising funds for Red Cross Children’s Hospital
Factory shop expo 2016
The conference was originally conceived by the University of Pittsburgh following the Oil Embargo in 1973. The PCC is the "premier" annual event devoted to all aspects of coal, energy and the environment.
It aims at fulfilling the ultimate goal of efficient and effective use of coal while protecting the environment. The Conference is dedicated to providing a unique opportunity for in-depth and focused exchange of technical information and policy issues among representatives from industry, government and academia throughout the world.The Conference is dedicated to providing a unique opportunity for in-depth and focused exchange of technical information and policy issues among representatives from industry, government and academia throughout the world.
International Federation of University Women. GWI is the leading girl's and women’s global organisation advocating for women’s rights, equality and empowerment through access to quality education and training up to the highest levels. GWI is in special consultative status with ECOSOC and is an NGO maintaining official relations with UNESCO and ILO.
Times: 8am - 5pm
Cost of Tickets: R7800.00
Permission to photograph event: NO