A number of tours are on offer to ILAG delegates attending the 2017 ILAG Conference in South Africa including visits to the Botanical Gardens, Cheetah Research Centre, Crocodile Farm, Elephant Sanctuary, Hop On Hop Off Bus, Gold Reef City, Horse Riding, Joburg City Walk, Soweto Bunjee Jumping at Orlando Towers, Johannesburg City, Maropeng and Sterkfontein Caves, Rhino and Lion Park and many more...............
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As you know, I hope, the next International Legal Aid Group conference will be held in Johannesburg from the 14-16th June 2017. We have been to look at the venue and accommodation and I am delighted with the options available to us. Good hotel accommodation in South Africa is very reasonably priced – as is the wonderful food.
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