Africa Print Johannesburg Expo Postponed to 2021

The Africa Print Expo, co-located with Sign Africa, FESPA Africa and Modern Marketing scheduled for 9-11 September 2020 at Gallagher Convention Centre in South Africa will be postponed to 2021. This decision was taken due to the current pandemic, restrictions on international travel, and the event industry being closed at the moment in South Africa with no clear indication if it will reopen before the planned dates. 

Entrance to the expo is free.

Date: Postponed
Time: 9am – 5pm Daily

If you have any other questions that we have not answered, please e-mail info@africaprintexpo.com

Gallagher Convention Centre

Gallagher Convention Centre is South Africa’s premier multi-purpose conference and exhibition destination. The 32-hectare property offers 27 multi-purpose venues which cater to a variety of events such as conferences, dinners, luncheons, cocktails, exhibitions and private events. They offer unmatched service and quality to our clients and their guests.

It is conveniently located in Midrand, between Johannesburg and Pretoria. The Wine Garden Restaurant offers a unique dining experience with superb quality cuisine. Surrounded by bird life and lush gardens, the restaurant lets you forget about the hustle and bustle of the city. Gallagher Convention Centre is proudly associated with Midrand Central Reservations for all your accommodation reservations. For all individual or group accommodation reservations, contact Gallagher for a complimentary service to find the perfect place to stay.

Address: Gallagher Convention Centre, 19 Richards Drive, Midrand, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Parking: Secure parking is available in Richards Drive for your own account. Have cash handy.
Hotels: There are many hotels in Midrand and Waterfall Estate.

 

Why Johannesburg?

Johannesburg is transitioning to a friendly metropolis with quirky urban attractions to substantiate its wilder and more scenic offerings. Here are a few of its best:
 
  • Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens
    Combining natural vegetation and rocky hiking trails with skilfully landscaped gardens, visitors must trek up to the top of its waterfall to see Black Eagles and terrific views.
  • Pilanesberg National Park
    This national park not only offers safaris galore but you can even camp here. In spite of the large meandering beasts, it’s safer than it sounds.
  • Sterkfontein
    Home to a startling number of our chimpish ancestors, it’s no wonder the fossil-rich Sterkfontein caves are also known as the Cradle of Humankind.
  • The Old Fort
    Discover the brutish conditions of a detention centre that held Nelson Mandela, Gandhi, and many other political leaders and suspected dissidents. It can prove to be a very humbling experience.
  • De Wildt Cheetah & Wildlife Centre
    This research and observation centre lets you get close to cheetahs, wild dogs, and other native creatures you may have missed on safari.
  • Apartheid Museum
    How did Apartheid feel? Upon paying admission you’ll be assigned a racial category to help you understand the gravity of the exhibits.
  • Johannesburg Zoo
    The Joburg Zoo is one of the most popular local and tourist attractions situated in the leafy northern suburb of Johannesburg. The Zoo covers 54.7 (55) hectares of land and was founded in 1904, as a piece of land donated to the public for recreational use by the firm of the late Hermann Ekstein.

To get the latest Hall 1,2 or 3 floor plans please email floorplanJohannesburg@AfricaPrint.com