Mossel Bay Business Chamber Network Evening at Seesig Motors

The Mossel Bay Business Chamber loves to lay on interesting network evenings for their members.

A number of new member were also given the opportunity to introduce themselves and their businesses. Photographed from left are: Johan Claassen (King Kong), John van Deventer (N4B), Adrie van Dyk (centre manager Seefront Hartenbos), Theo van Rensburg (TvR Décor), Chris Strydom (PrePaid Services) and guest speaker Lawrence Jooste. (PHOTO: Denise Lloyd)

On Tuesday 27 February the members get together at Seesig Motors, home to quality used cars, in Louis Fourie Road to listen and chat about a number of burning issues regarding the town and its infrastructure. A brand new Naartjie gin, produced at the family-owned Grundheim Winery on the other side of the Outeniqua Mountains on the way to Calitdorp, will be up for tasting and the staff of Seesig, one of only 28 Blue Chip motor dealers in the country, will dish up an authentic eating experience.

Chairman of the Mossel Bay Chamber, Fanus Truter (left) and guest speaker at the January network, Lawrence Jooste from Finselect. (PHOTO: Denise Lloyd)

The evening, which is scheduled for 18:00 for 18:30  is open to members (R50) as well as non-members (R65). Call 044 698 1865 or send a mail to admin@mosselbayachamber.co.za to book your space.

At the January breakfast network, which was held at the Gannet Ochre venue, Lawrence Jooste from Finselect discussed the new legislation regarding South Africans working abroad. The new legislation is scheduled to come into operation around March 2020. What are the implications and how will it affect these people? Some of the issues that were discussed included valuable information on providing exchange control advice; how to open blocked ZAR accounts for emigrants; how to streamline the administration processes and apply for tax clearances, etc.

A number of new members were also given the opportunity to introduce themselves and highlight their businesses.

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