Mac Tech SA – May

Calling all Apple professionals!


After the Holiday Madness, Mac Tech SA is back!

March was to date the most successful event held by Mac Tech SA, and we are going to push hard to top it!

We have been extremely lucky in being able to secure an amazing venue for the month of May, at the state-of-art Parklands College.


Parklands College is part of the One2One initiative from Apple, allowing the college to use Apple products in their day-to-day education with the students of all grades.

Definitely our kind of school!

We have an amazing evening lined up once again, with great speakers, and plenty of goodies to giveaway from our generous sponsors!

As always, the entrance fee will be 50 South African Rands, which will be donated to the amazing NGO, iPads for Lion Hearts.

We have been able to secure some amazing sponsors for this event, including:



Wireless Wipes

Schekters Organic Energy Drink


ACT Productions

Multiple Attachments

Digital Express

Gasoline Graphics


As always, we are fully supported by the Silicon Cape Initiative.


And of course our state of the art venue is being sponsored by the gracious Parklands College.


Our beneficiary is still iPads for Lion Hearts, who will be receiving 100% of your R50 entrance fee, so that will be your good deed for the day, done.


We have some great goodies to giveaway at the event, so be sure not to miss it!


We have 2 amazing speakers that will be entertaining our audience, in ways that only Apple Professionals would appreciate.


We have Cavan Lang, ICT Network Manager for Parklands College, who will be speaking on how to Master your Casper Solution.

We are also very fortunate, to have Michael Da Silva, Managing Partner at TabletPOS, who will be showcasing their amazing mobile POS solution, iKentoo.


Come to Learn, Come to Share, Come to be Social.

RSVP for the event, and we will see you there! With Bells on!


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