Ex­ci­ting op­por­tu­ni­ty for en­tre­pre­neurs

Mossel Bay Advertiser - - News -

The En­tre­pre­neurs Day hos­ted by the Mos­sel Bay Mu­ni­ci­pa­li­ty in col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with SEDA and BEECORP, as part of a joint ven­tu­re du­ring the 16 Days of Acti­vism A­gainst Gen­der-ba­sed Vi­o­len­ce, is ta­king pla­ce on Mon­day, 3 De­cem­ber. The ve­nue, ho­we­ver, has been mo­ved from the Van Rie­beeck Sta­di­um to the D'Al­mei­da Ci­vic Hall.

The e­vent is ai­med at e­co­no­mi­cal­ly em­po­we­ring all vul­ne­ra­ble groups, in­clu­ding the el­der­ly and di­sa­bled.

A va­ri­e­ty of stalls dis­playing and sel­ling lo­cal­ly ma­de i­tems will be a gre­at fe­a­tu­re on the day and the com­mu­ni­ty is wel­co­me to vi­sit, view and sup­port the en­tre­pre­neurs.

Doors to the e­vent o­pen at 08:00. For mo­re in­for­ma­ti­on, con­tact Al­ma K­rit­zin­ger (e­mail: a­krit­zin­[email protected] mos­sel­bay.gov.za; 044 606 5251 or 079 6917708).

Fo­to: Carl Prins

Die jong­stes wat ty­dens van­jaar se Mos­sel­baai Kan­sa Re­lay for Li­fe hul­le by­drae tot die pro­gram ge­le­wer het, Et­han-John Car­stens en Dané Prins, bei­de van Cur­ro Mos­sel­baai.

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