Workshops – Friday, 23 April 2021

Conference – Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 April 2021


Spier Conference Centre

R310 Baden Powell Drive, Stellenbosch, Cape Town, 7603

About the venue

Spier, near Stellenbosch, is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms with a recorded history dating back to 1692. While rooted in this heritage, they have a vibrant and conscious energy and are home to one of the largest collections of contemporary South African art.


Good to the earth. Good to people.

Spier’s free-roaming livestock and chickens are reared in pastures without the use of antibiotics or hormones, while fruit, vegetables and vines grow without artificial fertiliser or pesticides. Extensive tracts of alien vegetation have been removed, and more than a million indigenous plants replanted. 100% of black- and grey-water and more than 98% of solid waste is recycled.

Accreditations and accolades:

Spier has been recognised by a number of external organisations for its commitment to sustainability and ethical business. The farm is organically certified and was awarded Conservation Champion status by WWF-SA. The Hotel was one of the first in the country to receive Fair Trade in Tourism (FTTSA) accreditation; it also won gold at the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016 in the category of Best for Accommodation for Responsible Employment. A member of the Wine Industry Ethical Trade Association (WIETA), their winery is FSSC 22000 certified, Control Union Vegan accredited and follows the Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) criteria.


Stellenbosch, near Cape Town in the Western Cape of South Africa, has evolved into one of South Africa’s premier tourist destinations. It has also grown into one of the world’s top New World food and wine destinations known and respected for its high-quality and global award-winning wines and cuisine.

General Information

Stellenbosch is situated in the winelands region of the Western Cape Province, 40km from Cape Town.

Access to Stellenbosch

From Cape Town, on the N1 via the R304, R44 or R300 and M12, or the N2 via the R44 or R310.


Summery months are from September to April. Daytime summer temperatures range from 25ºC to 34ºC and in winter, between 14ºC and 20ºC.


English, Afrikaans and Xhosa.

Source: Stellenbosch 360, the official tourism bureau for the Stellenbosch area.

For more information, please visit


Visa Information

If you are an international visitor, please click here for visa requirements, exempt countries and general information on how to apply.

The Conference Secretariat can provide International delegates with a visa support letter if required.

To combat visa fraud, no visa letters will be issued without a fully paid conference registration having being completed.

Important Dates

Early Registration ends – 31 August 2020

Normal registration ends – 31 January 2021

Accommodation Bookings Close – 9 April 2021 (or while room availability lasts)

Online registration closes – 16 April 2021

Paragon Africa
Tel: 021 201 7423

Unit F14 Century Square, Heron Crescent, Century City, 7441