Another year done and dusted ! Some of our Clients' 2014 highlights have included :
Musical performances by: The Parlotones, Prime Circle, Matthew Mole, Jeremy Loops, Danny K, DJ Euphonik, DJ Fresh and Dr. Victor and the Rasta Rebels.
Side-splitting stand-up comedy from the best across SA
Our top-ranked MCs or Conference Facilitators have been Siki Mgabadeli, Jeremy Maggs and Iman Rappetti, Bongani Bingwa, Aki Anastasiou, and Tim Modise.
Life-changing inspiration has come from the mouths of such motivators as: Global environmental speaker - Lewis Pugh, Madiba's remarkable assistant - Zelda la Grange, the profoundly insightful Professor Jonathan Jansen, polar race winner - Lee Swan, Guinness Record-holding Monster Wave rider - Chris Bertish and Mind Power guru - Robin Banks.
The most-requested Trend Spotters include such Political and/or Economic analysts as : Aubrey Matshiqi, Justice Malala, Professor JP Landman, Dr. Roelof Botha and Dawie Roodt.
The biggest changes we are living with - at work and at home - relate to IT and Social Media and here too, we are proud to work with the best - among them , Simon Dingle, Stafford Masie, Emma Sadleir, Rob Stokes and Dave Duarte
From the Speakers
whose messages can make the difference your company is looking for, to the Masters of Ceremony
that will make your events the success they deserve to be - and THE BEST entertainment
around - it's what we offer - and have done since 1988.
A Peaceful and Restful Time to you and yours - and let's re-connect in 2015.
Stuart Lee and the Face Finders
FAMOUS FACES MANAGEMENT has provided Celebrity MCs, professional Speakers and Entertainment for top corporate events since 1988.
Ordinarily, a SONA that coincides with celebrations of twenty years of democracy should be an opportunity to inspire South Africans towards the greatness I know is in all of us. Well, I am not holding my breath.
13 February 2014
Statement by Herman Mashaba, Chairman, Free Market Foundation
22 July 2013
Does South Africa now have a labour government?
Date: 22 July 2013
I can come to no other conclusion. We now have a labour government in South Africa. In response to my criticisms of our country?s diabolical labour laws, which have caused 7.9 million people to be unemployed according to the latest statistics, I find myself confronted in debates by representatives of labour unions, not the Ministry, or the Department of Labour, or the parliamentarians in charge of the labour portfolio in parliament who are responsible for labour legislation.
Rich Mulholland, founder and CEO of Missing Link reminds that the speaker you select can make or break a conference.
5 May 2012