South Africa Ball 2022
Date: 1 October 2022
Time: 18:00 – 00:00
Location: Montien Hotel Surawong Bangkok (https://g.page/MontienSurawongBkk?share)
Live music: Qadasi & Maqhinga
DJ: Daniel Poole
Theme: Bring your Swing to the Sounds of Africa
Dress Code: Traditional/Colourful Evening Wear
Food & Drinks: Plated South African Food & Free Flow Wine
We politely request no children at this event.
*Members from other Chambers Commerce’s in Thailand can get it at the member rate
Members – THB 2,700
Member table 10 pax @ 10% discount – THB 24,300
Member table 8 pax @ 5% discount – THB 20,520
Non-member ticket – THB 2,950
Non-member table 10 pax @ 10% discount THB 26,550
Non-member table 8 pax @ 5% discount THB 22,420
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Please contact [email protected] should you have any queries or payment issues.
Tables discount: Tables of 10 get 10% discount and tables of 8 get 5% discount
Prizes: Door prizes and Raffle on the night
Auction: Silent Auction on the night
Charity: Money from the event will be donated to Nak Suu Charity
About Nak Suu Charity (from their website – https://www.naksuurugby.org/):
The Nak Suu Rugby Academy is a charity program based in Bangkok, Thailand. It was created to encourage and educate children in positive life choices, values, and skills as well as respond to the overwhelming need for preventative methods to protect and restore children at risk in Asia.
The Nak Suu Rugby Academy works directly with children and youth at risk. The number of disaffected Thai Youth grows, and Nak Suu is Dedicated to seeking out these valuable souls and providing them with unique opportunity to grow to their full potential.
Each week, our coaches and volunteers provide rugby training, life skills, and mentorship to empower and encourage our kids. Some of these youth have already developed into promising young leaders, and the number of positively affected youth continues to rise. We continue to look for different opportunities to provide a viable and promising future of success for these kids lives.