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Appreciation: Armour Golfers' Safari 2015

Hats, heels and high tea to highlight health 

South Africa's first lady's high tea fund raising function in Pretoria was more than just beautiful women in heels and hats - it was also aimed at raising awareness on health issues.

The Bongi Ngema-Zuma foundation hosted its third annual fundraising function at the Council for Scientific Research Institute (CSIR) on Saturday.

As paet of Women's Month, more than 200 women attended the event to raise awareness about diabeted and how to avoid it by leading a healthy lifestyle.

Ngema-Zuma said the fight against diabetes was closer to home than most people imagined.  She started the non-profit organisation after her mother and aunt lived with and eventually died of the illness.  The organisation was established in 2010 and aims at addressing social issues which include health and non-communicable diseases, with a special focus on diabeted, educational issues and rural development.

Ngema-Zuma's mother, Prisca, died at 64 while her aunt, Victoria, died at 30. In honour of Women's Month, a special tribute was paid to activist Sophia Williams-De Bruyn who played a huge role in the struggle against apartheid, and city businesswoman Dr Anna Mokgokong - Thankiso Makhetha

Valfrira Motor Engineering Pretoria attending a Microsoft Office Training on the 25 July 2015

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The VME Group expanded its footprint into Africa for the second year in a row, through exhibitions held in Zambia.

VME's Marketing Manager, Mrs Lizelle du Toit, Jose Goncalves Business Manager - VME Group, Valfrira Motor Engineering Pretoria, Carlo van Breda VME Group, Valfrira Motor Engineering Zambia presented VME's services to other mining and industrial executives at the exhibition, held on the 29 June 2015, 1st July 2015 and 3rd July 2015.p

The exhibitions were very well attended with 537 people visiting many of whom were new faces so we are delighted that we are continuing to extend our reach.  Alongside this we went to visit some additional mines with the hope to increase the figure.

VME Group expanded its footprint into North West Province through out exhibitions held in Rustenburg.
 
Exhibitions took place on the 06th November 2014.
 
VME Group's objective is that exhibitions are the only sales and marketing medium that delivers a pre-qualified visitor to your company’s stand in a face-to-face selling environment.
And these visitors, called visitors, invest their own valuable time and expenses to be at the exhibition.
 

“VME's Marketing Manager, Mrs Lizelle du Toit and Business Manager - Valfrira Motor Engineering Rustenburg, Martin Mynhardta, presented VME's services to other mining and industrial executives at the exhibition.

We no longer make or move things; we apply knowledge to knowledge.

VME Group expanded its footprint into Northern Cape through out exhibitions held in Northern Cape.
 
Exhibitions took place on the 21th October 2014, Hotazel and the 23th October 2014, Kathu.
 
VME Group's objective is that exhibitions are the only sales and marketing medium that delivers a pre-qualified visitor to your company’s stand in a face-to-face selling environment.
And these visitors, called visitors, invest their own valuable time and expenses to be at the exhibition.
 

“We no longer make or move things; we apply knowledge to knowledge.

VME's Marketing Manager, Mrs Lizelle du Toit and Business Manager - VME Group, Mayibuye Truck Engineering Postmasburg, Chris Labuschagne, presented VME's services to other mining and industrial executives at the exhibition.

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