Dear Delegates

 

The organizing committee are inviting you to submit your abstract before 1 July 2019, for the SAERA 2019 Conference, scheduled for 23 – 25 October 2019 at the Elangeni – Maharani Hotel, Durban South Africa

Please forward the attached information to the following:

  • All staff members in your department
  • All people that can benefit from the conference: academics, teachers and researchers

Attached please find the following documents:

  • 1st Announcement
  • Abstract Submission Form
  • Delegate Registration Form

Download  Abstract Submission Form SAERA 2019

Download Delegate Registration Form SAERA 2019

Important dates:

Due date for submission of abstracts:   1 July 2019

Due date for registration:                       12 August 2019

Due date for payment:                           9 September 2019

Final date to submit proof of payment:  30 September 2019

Your presentation will be removed from the programme if –

  • you do not register on or  before 12 August 2019; or
  • payment is not received on or before 30 September 2019. (Please take note that a Purchase Order is NOT proof of payment.)

PLEASE send your correspondence to conferencepl2@gmail.com and remember to quote your abstract number when applicable.

Please do not hesitate to contact Petra Lawson should you need more information.

 

We are looking forward to meet you at the SAERA 2019 conference.

 

Kind regards

 

Petra Lawson

Conference Administrator (SAERA 2019)

E-mail: conferencepl2@gmail.com

Phone: +27 (0)83 231 6538

 

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