TEDx Youth @ Cape Town took place on Saturday, 26 May 2012.
Dayaan Salie, a 16 year old boy from Cape Town gave us all something to chew on. What he has to say is vitally important for all of us:
TEDx Cape Town is still happening. The next event will take place at the Baxter Theatre on Saturday, July 21 2012. The theme is: “What We Play Is Life.“
It’s an honor to have TEDx grace our shores. When it comes to global thought leaders nothing comes close to what TED offers – in terms of spreading ideas and conversations globally. I have a feeling that applications have closed, however if you want to find out whether you can still speak at TEDx then apply via the TEDx Cape Town site here:
If you want to be a part of the cutting-edge of ideas via osmosis, then book your tickets through the TEDx Cape Town website. Tickets for the main auditorium are sold out, but tickets for the live video feed, which takes place in a room adjacent to the event – are still available. The cost is R275 p/p. A light lunch and refreshments will be served. There will be live entertainment and you will have access to the speakers during breaks. Parking is available. Book now.
For those of you that can’t make it, I’ll keep you updated.