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The SAIMM’s Annual General Meeting and cocktail party, to which all members and their partners are invited, will take place on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 at 16h30 at The Country Club Johannesburg, Napier Road, Auckland Park, Johannesburg.

The cocktail party will be held from 18h00 to 20h00. To facilitate catering arrangements, those wishing to attend are requested to complete the attached reply slip and return it to the SAIMM by no later than Friday, 8August 2014.

Yours faithfully
Sam Moolla

Download the map and agenda (PDF, 140KB)

 

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND COCKTAIL PARTY – WEDNESDAY – 13 AUGUST 2014

I will be attending the Annual General Meeting and cocktail party and will be accompanied by:
(PLEASE PRINT)

First Name:   __________________________ Surname:   _______________________________

Guest First Name: _____________________  Surname:   _______________________________

Contact number: ___________________      Dietary Requirements: _____________________

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