JANUARY 2019 GENERAL MEETING

Posted by iwcjoburgsa | January 6, 2014 0

January speaker: Nayashen Naidoo
The Mental and Physical Benefits of Martial Arts

Date: Tuesday 8th January
Time: 09.30 for 10.00
Cost: Monthly attendance – R80 for members, R100 if not pre-booked R120 for guests.
A required name badge will cost an additional R70

Venue: Bryanston Country Club, Bryanston Drive, Bryanston
Booking: Please print your name on the booking sheet for the January 2018 meeting. If
you missed it when the sheet was handed around during the talk, you can sign
at the Hospitality Table on the way out. Alternatively, Bookings can be made
until 5pm on Wednesday 2nd January to Engelie Jansen Van Vuuren via
SMS 082 558 1253 or e-mail at iwcjoburgsa.hospitality@gmail.com.
Cancellations: Must be made by 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the General Meeting;
otherwise you will be required to pay in full.

Nayashen Naidoo has been involved in Martial arts for 23 years
studying 8 different styles of Martial Arts. He is a 7th generation
Kung Fu instructor and teaches the Kung Fu styles of Tai Chi
and Baguazhang. His passion lies in the practical use of this art
in modern self defense as well as sharing the mental and
physical benefits of Martial Arts.
He will cover an introduction to Kung Fu, the health benefits of
Tai Chi for the mind and body and practical self defense
applications for women from his system.

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Date:    Tuesday 6TH November    Time:  09.30 for 10.00

Cost:  Monthly attendance – R80 for members, R100 if not pre-booked, R120 for guests,  Name badge  R70

Venue:         Bryanston Country Club, Bryanston Drive, Bryanston

Booking:  Please book until 5pm on Wednesday 31st October with Engelie Jansen Van Vuuren
via SMS 082 558 1253 or e-mail at iwcjoburgsa.hospitality@gmail.com.

Email: iwcjoburgsa.hospitality@gmail.com

Cancellations: Must be made by 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the General Meeting; otherwise you will be required to pay in full

November speaker:   Sean Brokensha, the Music Guru
THE TEST OF TIME

With the recent retirement of several of our most loved musical icons, (eg Neil Diamond, Paul Simon, Johnny Clegg) and the loss of Aretha Franklin, join me in celebrating the lives, music and tales of musicians who laughed in the face of Father
Time.  I’ll be looking at artists with careers spanning at least 40 years, who had been huge stars in their youth, then decades later, either through reinvention or sheer talent, remained as magnetic and entertaining as they were all those years ago.

Sean has worked in radio, television and live entertainment since the mid 80’s. He has written, produced and directed programmes on DSTV, BBC, SABC and ETV.  For the past two decades he has presented radio and TV shows specifically about music, and how it relates to our everyday lives and broader global issues, on a variety of platforms, including 702, SAFM, Cape Talk, Mnet Mzani and ETV. Sean also consults for the film and advertising industry, as on the movie ‘A Long Walk to Freedom.’  He has been the Head Adjudicator and Copywriter for The Backing Vocalist and Session Musicians Awards since 2015.  Sean has also lectured Radio Production and Presentation at TUT.

He presented the regular `Musicguru’ feature on Talk Radio 702 for 18 years, and was a Solid Gold presenter.  Sean still is a feature on Cape Talk and hosts his own show, on Mix FM, every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

Sean is also a live entertainer, public speaker and MC with a wide diversity of corporate, school, private and theatre audiences.

 

 

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