Mirror briefing 2014: How To Fix The Future

The IRR invites you to the 2014 annual Mirror briefing with John Kane-Berman.
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Mirror briefing 2014: How To Fix The Future

The IRR invites you to the 2014 annual Mirror briefing with John Kane-Berman.

At his Mirror briefing two years ago, after the Marikana shootings, John Kane-Berman warned that South Africa was approaching a tipping point. In 2013, he outlined a 12-point plan of what must be done to resolve present problems and bring the country back from the brink.

This year, John Kane-Berman puts forward a 10-point strategy on how to achieve essential policy changes. That is, how to fix South Africa’s future.

Wednesday, 1st October 2014, 5.30 for 6pm until 7.30pm followed by drinks and snacks

Kelvin Grove Club, 144 Campground Road, Newlands, Cape Town

These briefings are sponsored by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and attendance is free.

RSVP to Mienke Steytler, head of media and public affairs, on mienke@irr.org.za or +27 (0) 11 482 7221 ext. 2003, as soon as possible. 

You are welcome to bring guests. 

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At his Mirror briefing two years ago, after the Marikana shootings, John Kane-Berman warned that South Africa was approaching a tipping point. In 2013, he outlined a 12-point plan of what must be done to resolve present problems and bring the country back from the brink.

This year, John Kane-Berman puts forward a 10-point strategy on how to achieve essential policy changes. That is, how to fix South Africa’s future.

Wednesday, 1st October 2014, 5.30 for 6pm until 7.30pm followed by drinks and snacks

Kelvin Grove Club, 144 Campground Road, Newlands, Cape Town

These briefings are sponsored by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and attendance is free.

RSVP to Mienke Steytler, head of media and public affairs, on mienke@irr.org.za or +27 (0) 11 482 7221 ext. 2003, as soon as possible. 

You are welcome to bring guests. 

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