The Hansgrohe Masters of Water – Final Stage: This event will be held at North Beach in Durban on the 15th of January 2011. After stages in Port Elizabeth & Cape Town this series culminates in Durban where the Master of Water will be crowned. Following its inaugural success Hansgrohe continues to build on this annual event. Its aim is to promote training and development in Lifesaving. Hansgrohe is inviting 31 top Lifesaving athletes from across South Africa to participate and compete at an international level in 2 main categories: beach and surf. Events will include beach flags, sprints, swim, board, ski and the iron man challenge. Hansgrohe and Lifesaving SA are enthusiastic to also involve future lifesavers and have therefore included ‘Nippers’ in this year’s series. 40 Young and eager trainee lifesavers aged between 12 and 14 years old will be on the beach from 09h00 to compete in 4 events: body board, Malibu board, beach sprints and beach flags. In addition they will be receiving further mentorship from the 31 top athletes competing.
The Sign and Digital Graphics Roadshow Durban: This event is held on the 4th of February 2011 at the Durban International Convention Centre. The expo will be open for visitors form 9 AM to 6 PM on the day. This expo is a must for all entrepreneurs, sign makers, display companies, marketing or ad agencies, digital printers, creative directors, architects, media owners or any other industry which would use signs and / or digital graphics. Visitors to the The Sign and Digital Graphics Roadshow will be able to find products and services available for signage and sign systems. There will be information and products from the full spectrum of signage and digital graphics. The expo will cover a multitude of topics, from large format printing to screen printing, laminating to banners and flags. The Sign and Digital Graphics Roadshow will also be visiting venues in Cape Town, Polokwane and Nelspruit during 2011. For more information visit http://www.signafrica.com/
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