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THE SOWETO SEX & WELLNESS EXPO 2018 – 26-27 May 2018
The Sex & Wellness Expo is Soweto Premier sexual lifestyle event, dedicated to the promotion of sexual wellness through an open environment where learning the latest facts about sex and wellness is celebrated with style and flair.
The two-day Adult only sex and wellness expo, will take at Ubuntu Kraal Conference Centre, Orlando West, Soweto. The Expo will be featuring workshops, sexminars and demonstrations from some of the top sex & wellness experts plus exhibition halls featuring cutting-edge sex, health, wellness and fitness related products and a variety of services. The Expo will empower its diverse attendee base to immerse themselves in all the benefits of a healthy sex life.
The objectives of the Sex & Wellness Expo:
• To change the face of sexuality and giving people more resources, networking opportunities and educational workshops to turn up the energy on this very important part of their lives, and create more fulfilled sex and healthy lifestyle.
• To bring adult sex education to smart, informed people.
• To create a safe yet informative, permission-giving space in which eager consumers can expand their sexual wellness knowledge.
The Soweto Sex & Wellness Expo is the only large sexual health event for the general public that melds sex education and wellness products. The consumer can not only get advice from the speakers, but also have the opportunity to browse and potentially purchase recommended products.
Tickets to the two days Expo are R 200.00 and they can be purchased through the Expo Website and also at Pick n Pay outlets.
For more information about the Soweto Sex & Wellness Expo 2018 and ticket information, visit www.sowetosexexpo.co.za
A MyJHB.co.za selected Orlando Stadium video for you:
Two soccer supporters have lost their lives in a stampede at the FNB Stadium in a match involving Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. Several supporters were injured, two of them are in a critical condition. About ninety thousand supporters are at the sold out venue. Tickets for the much anticipated match were sold out two weeks ago. EMS confirmed that a stampede happened at Gate J, next to turnstile fifteen.
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