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The future of mining in the Free State Goldfields, and the future of the motor industry in South Africa, will be discussed at a power business breakfast held at the Voluit Primary School in Virginia on 26 October.

“It is a fund-raiser for the community, but it is envisaged to give institutions a much-needed forum to interact with small business and the community,” says Joseph Taylor, organiser of the event.

The guest speakers are William Taylor (senior vice-president of Sibanye Gold and Uranium Division), Stoffies Odendaal (general manager of the Beatrix Gold Mine), Robert Hart (executive engineer South Africa Assets of Harmony Gold), Francois Jansen van Rensburg (regional manager of Harmony Gold Free State operations) and Dr Casper Kruger (former vice president of Dealer Network at Toyota, former managing director of Ford Company Sub Sahara and Africa, and currently the managing director of Motor Division of the Halfway Group).

“As a community the Welkom Goldfields have always been able to adapt and change, meeting the various challenges expected. It is an opportunity to spread the ideas and thinking of the influential industries in the area.

“Most people are closely, if not directly, associated with the mining and motor industry in the Goldfields and would like to make use of this opportunity to get your view on the future,” says Taylor.

The breakfast is scheduled to start at 09:00 and should conclude by 12:00.

Tables will be sold at a cost of R1 800 per table of eight people (including a light breakfast).

Only 30 tables can be accommodated and individuals may buy tickets at R200 each.

Bookings must be done beforehand.

The closing date for bookings is Friday, 19 October.

Call Taylor on 083-390-1816 for additional information or send an email to merries1@yahoo.com.

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