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Exhibition World | Gallery WWW. EXHIBITION- WORLD. NET THE MAGAZINE FOR THE GLOBAL EXHIBITION COMMUNITY33 1. The wildlife exhibit at Meetings Africa 2010. 2. Republic of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma jokes with national minister for tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, while visiting exhibitors at the business tourism trade show. 3. The organiser, Thebes Exhibitions and South Africa tourism, saw an 18 per cent rise in exhibitors at this year's show. 4. A meeting of minds during lunch. 5. & 8. Football fever hits the restaurant tables at Meetings Africa. 6. The UNWTO Summit gala dinner was attended by tourism ministers from the G20 countries. 7. A welcoming sign by the industry ahead of the show. 9. A happy exhibitor welcoming international hosted buyers into the show. Meetings Africa 2010 Meetings Africa 2010, held 24- 26 February alongside the UN World Tourism Organisation summit on tourism, sport and mega- events; the first- ever meeting of the tourism ministers of the G20 countries. | April l 2010| 1 456 789 23

The national minister for tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk officially opened Africa's largest business tourism trade show, held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. Gallery| Exhibition World 34| April 2010| THE MAGAZINE FOR THE GLOBAL EXHIBITION COMMUNITY WWW. EXHIBITION- WORLD. NET 1. President Zuma speaking to the tourism representatives of the G20 countries on South Africa's events legacy ahead of the FIFA World Cup. 2. Famous Zula performers entertain guests with traditional and Western ballads. 3. South Africa Tourism's global manager for business tourism, Nomasonto Ndlovu greets exhibitors, hosted buyers and visitors on the first day of the show. 4. President Zuma thanked exhibitors for being representatives of the country. 5. Sandton Convention Centre. 6. Visitors registering for the show. 7. Entertainers welcome hosted buyers as they enter their lounge for lunch. 8. Exhibitor AEA hoping to draw in local and international buyers. 9. Zulu performers playing dead. Meetings Africa 2010 1 456 789 23