Sun PinkStig Series 2017 – Press Release

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UniMedia in association with Sun International launches its much-awaited Sun PinkStig Series. The Series kicks off with its first tournament at Parkview Golf Club from the 17th – 18th October and at Sun City from the 4th – 6th December 2017.

The Sun PinkStig Series is an exciting initiative in women’s professional golf, that will showcase some of South Africa’s most aspiring Woman Professional Golfers providing them with a platform to compete more. These events are part of celebrating this historical shift and injecting a fresh impetus to propel the game and its players to new heights.

UniMedia’s focus is to locally manufacture players and attract more international events to South Africa. The retention of existing talent will fuel more competitive tournaments with, more rewards. UniMedia will provide innovative media stimulations for participants, spectators and media.

PinkStig serves as a catalyst for corporate stakeholders and others…

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Interview with the GM of Army Foundation – Mr. Ramphele

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Mr Angel Ramphele, General Manager SA Army Foundation begins by stating that: “the SA Army Foundation is an ardent supporter of all projects involving the SANDF. Being the largest services fund serving the largest service in the SANDF, it is our duty to ensure that our members see and feel our presence throughout their daily lives, at work, on the field, at leisure and certainly, on the golf course.”

Q: With women’s golf taking centre stage globally, we in SA are at a loss for female golf role models. How can corporate play a part in integrating the amateurs into this role?

Mr. Ramphele: It is important that women across all sectors and sporting codes are developed and supported. We have seen, within the defence force, real efforts to promote women and encourage them as equally capable. With golf days such as this, we believe it is an opportunity for…

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SUN PinkStig Classic Celebrating Tourism at Woodhill GC

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Tourism Month is an annual celebration held in September to focus on the importance of tourism to the economy of South Africa.  Tourism Month is celebrated annually in September with the aim of encouraging South Africans to explore their own country.

It also provides the tourism industry with an opportunity for a sustained, heightened month-long focus on the importance of domestic tourism to the economy. UniMedia recently in the month of August (Women’s month) hosted the Minister of Tourism and presented its PinkStig Series brand and how it complements the objectives set out by the department of tourism. The Minister expressed her excitement of what the PinkStig Brand offers to women in golf and more so its direct approach in promoting golfing destinations for local and international tourism.

Rob Dalton Sun International left with PinkStig Pro Tijana Kraljevic, Garreth ‘Soldierboy’ Mclellan and Ginnie Patricia McLellan ‘Slodierboy Managment’

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Chief SANDF promoting women in sport

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The South African National Defence Force has taken great strides since 1994 in recruitment, training and promoting female members in the army.  Furthermore  the SANDF has promoted women actively participates as it forms an integral part of their training.

In a recent interview with the Chief of the SANDF General SZ Shoke, he says: “I have instructed my Command Council to mix sport and combat. Sport to me is part and parcel of force preparation as sports itself builds discipline, because any sport you play requires you to prepare yourself in terms of training and so on. Also sport builds cohesion and team work. Sport in general is fundamentally important in the Defence Force and it is my wish to see all sporting codes being practised and promoted.”

He prides himself on the focus of growing women’s sport and actively encourages women to engage and to participate freely. He speaks…

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A Night at the Palace – The Palace of the Lost City – Hotel Review

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My first experience of the Sun City resort was back in 1989. I was 15 years old, it was the first time I had ever gone anywhere on holiday and it my first time on a plane. I had the opportunity to see the resort many times since then, but I’ve never stayed at The Palace of the Lost City (the most expensive hotel within the Sun City Resort) until last month, when I was invited to enjoy #ANightAtThePalace.

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Painting Joburg Blu (Radisson Blu)

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Back when I lived in Cape Town and worked as a Production Manager on international commercials, I often went to view hotels, so that I could see where our overseas clients would be staying. I was reminded of this time in my career, when I was invited (together with a group of other influencers, bloggers and media) to experience what the Radisson Hotels in Johannesburg have to offer clients. Enter #BluJoburg.

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Reverend Centra on spirit of philanthropy and business

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Dhiren Mehta, CEO of Unicore Holdings and Zahira Mehta, CEO of UniMedia demonstrated that philanthropy and business goes hand in hand on Nelson Mandela Day when they gifted 54 wheelchairs to the disabled community in the North West Province.
Reverend Centra of Centra Social Development Foundation sing their praises by extending their appreciation and vote of thanks when they recently followed through on the well being of the wheelchair recipients. “We are truly inspired by the fact that there are organisations and indeed individuals like yourselves who work tirelessly to facilitate so much. Even though our efforts are a far cry of the actual needs, the little good that we have done has certainly resonated much positivity and encouragement in the community. I hope your generosity gives you as much joy as it did to the recipients. In our sector, satisfaction is derived from seeing the joy of others receiving…

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