The Home Expo incorporating StoneEx Africa

The Home Expo incorporating StoneEx Africa

Private Property South Africa

Taking place once again at the one and only Emperors Palace right next to the JHB International Airport, this show has everything a home owner needs under one roof, plus loads of free giveaways, entertainment, free workshops and 3000 goodie bags distributed over the first two days of the expo. In association with Inside Garden & Home Magazine, this show offers some of the latest and greatest Home Trends.With 120 stands inside the Emperors Palace Arena (in-between the food court & Nu Metro)this show promises to showcase everything from designer bathrooms, kitchen and pools – a must for everyone looking at building, renovating or just adding a touch of class to an existing home.In addition with South Africa being one of the major exporters of raw stone, StoneEx Africa featured at the Home Expo this year, is the FIRST EVENT of its kind in SOUTH AFRICA that is focused on the stone industry. It’s the ONLY event with solid, proven education. StoneEx Africa is the only event bringing together everything the stone industry needs to be successful – more natural stone and machinery, more resources and suppliers, a comprehensive exhibition and unparalleled networking opportunities. Join the who’s who of the stone industry and learn first-hand from the experts the emerging technology, cutting-edge business practices and hands-on solutions to everything stone.Venue:Emperors Palace (Centre Court)Close to OR Tambo Airport64 Jones Road,Kempton Park,JohannesburgSouth Africa Date:29 April – 02 May 201110:00 am – 18:00 pmContact:+2711 for more


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