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Professional Programmes


Whether you are a doctor, a lawyer, a teacher or an entrepreneur; a civil engineer, an architect, an HR specialist or anything in between… no matter what your field of experience, expand your knowledge, and understandings; challenge your paradigms by embarking on an itinerary that will delve into your professional field, expand your international networks, propel your experience into the international realm all whilst exploring the wonders and mysteries of Southern Africa.

Each itinerary is custom designed according to your criteria to ensure that you really get to grips with your subject matter.  We endeavor as far as possible to network you with the commercial, legal, legislative, tertiary/academic, education and non-profit sectors of our society within the realms of your profession and according to your brief.  Each itinerary also provides you with down-time leisure activities such as visiting Table Mountain (recently inaugurated as one of the 7 Wonders of Nature) African Penguin colonies, Cape Point, the Apartheid Museum, Robben Island and other iconic South African sites.

Of course, a visit to South Africa would not be complete with some time spent “in the bush” observing our wildlife in its natural environment and extensions to nearby neighbouring states are also a definite possibility: the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the Victoria Falls in Zambia/Zimbabwe, the red dunes of the Namib Desert in Namibia…

With benefits such as tax deductions, professional &/ continuing education accreditation and the opportunity to spend time with other learned professionals delving into how another nation deals with your industry’s complexities, there is no better way to “work and travel”.


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“Your passion and knowledge captured our hearts and made us so much more sensitive to so many issues in your new democracy. My compliments to your organization for the excellent arrangements in every aspect of our stay.”

Kathleen Sussman