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Contact The Magnetic Storm Conference Venue

The Magnetic Storm Conference Venue is an up-market conference venue offering an unique conference experience. Contact Beverly at Magnetic Storm and find out more about our venue with a difference.

Contact Person: Beverly Turner

Street Address:

15 Mangold Street
Newton Park
Port Elizabeth
6045

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 27427
Greenacres
Port Elizabeth
6057

Tel:      (041) 393 4800
Fax:     (041) 393 4899
Email:  conference@magnetic.co.za

 


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Reflecting on 2017 20 November 2017

2017 has been an interesting year: Trump came into power, terrorism increased globally, natural disasters created havoc, and locally, gangs and crime have made the headline on way too many front pages.

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Magnetic Storm brings dinner in the dark to life for the Nkosinathi Foundation 09 November 2017

DARK - Dare to Dine Differently in the Dark is a unique experience for Nkosinathi Foundation, designed to raise funds and bring awareness around the non profit organisation’s work with blind and partially sighted people.

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Reflecting on 2017

2017 has been an interesting year: Trump came into power, terrorism increased globally, natural disasters created havoc, and locally, gangs and crime have made the headline on way too many front pages.

Read more
Magnetic Storm brings dinner in the dark to life for the Nkosinathi Foundation

DARK - Dare to Dine Differently in the Dark is a unique experience for Nkosinathi Foundation, designed to raise funds and bring awareness around the non profit organisation’s work with blind and partially sighted people.

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The positive side of accountability

The word ‘accountability' strikes fear into many and is perceived as a way to ‘get' someone. The truth is, if looked at holistically, it creates a level playing field, encourages an honest culture and allows people to learn from their mistakes and grow.

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Magnetic Storm appoints new shareholders making it 51% black owned

Magnetic Storm is proud to announce that it is now 51% black-owned company following a transaction with local black private equity company, Engeli Enterprise Development (Pty) Ltd and the Unity in Africa Foundation.

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