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28 Feb 2012 - Submission of full papers
21 – 23 May 2012 - Main Conference
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Location and Venue


Locations

Gauteng is the economic powerhouse of the Southern African region and home to Africa's greatest cities.
With its diverse combinations from highly-sophisticated city living in Johannesburg,  to the exciting, vibrant township life in the metropolis of Soweto to the tree-lined diplomacy of Pretoria, Gauteng is a cosmopolitan, multicultural mix of people from all walks of life and is, without doubt, the most important city in the country

  • Johannesburg also known as Jozi, Jo'burg or Egoli
  • Gauteng is the smallest of South Africa's nine provinces.
  •  Its three main cities are Johannesburg, Soweto and Tshwane ( Pretoria).
  • The population of Gauteng is approximately 8,8 million
  • Johannesburg boasts 74% of multinational head quarters in South Africa
  • OR Tambo is Africa’s busiest airport
  • Johannesburg is Africa’s second largest city
  • Johannesburg hosted the lions share of the 2010 World Cup
  • The largest city in the world not built on or near a major water source.

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Venue

Emperors Palace is a sensational resort that combines timeless classical elegance and sheer entertainment.  The resort offers a unique experience with luxurious accommodation, leisure facilities, a magnificent casino with unparalleled gaming enjoyment, an international dining experience and world-class entertainment.

The exhibition and conference centre at Emperors Palace provides a diverse range of exciting, multi-purpose venues, as well as small executive breakaway rooms. The entire venue has extensive technical resources and is equipped with state-of-theart facilities including Wireless Internet connectivity.

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Directions

Emperors Palace, Johannesburg

Directions from Johannesburg
Take the R24 towards OR Tambo International Airport. At the airport, the road splits - keep to the left lane and follow the R21 East Rand/Boksburg lane. Follow the road until you reach Griffiths Road off-ramp, turn left at the top of the bridge. At the T-junction, turn left into Jones Road. Entrance to Emperors Palace is on your left.

Directions from Pretoria
Take the R21 towards the OR Tambo International Airport. At the airport, the road splits - keep to  the left lane and follow the R21 East Rand/Boksburg lane. Follow the road until you reach Griffiths Road off-ramp, turn left at the top of the bridge. At the T-junction, turn left into Jones Road. Entrance to Emperors Palace is on your left.

Directions from Sandton/Northern Areas
Take the N3 towards Germiston. At Giloolly’s interchange, take the R24 towards OR Tambo International Airport. At the airport, the road splits - keep to the left lane and follow the R21 East Rand/Boksburg lane. Follow the road until you reach Griffiths Road off-ramp, turn left at the top of the bridge. At the T-junction, turn left into Jones Road. Entrance to Emperors Palace is on your left.