Conference (Flyer)
7-8 Dec 2017

Conference proceedings are available.

Workshop (Flyer)
5-6 Dec 2017


The venue for the conference is Liliesleaf Farm, one of South Africa’s foremost, award-winning heritage sites, where the journey to democracy in South Africa is honoured.Liliesleaf was purchased in 1961, at a time when the apartheid state started to clamp down more forcibly on the liberation movement. As a ‘nerve centre’ of liberation activities, the meetings that took place at Liliesleaf from 1961 to July 1963, and the events that transpired after the 1963 police raid on the property, mark a seminal shift in South Africa’s liberation struggle history, and fundamentally changed the course of South African history.

As further context to South Africa’s history, guests are recommended to visit the following museums:


Accommodation is listed in no specific order. Since December is the main holiday month in South Africa, guests are recommended to make bookings soon after notification of acceptance is released. Shuttles will be available for selected hotels to and from the venue. Further information will be provided at a later stage.


Please notify the conference organisers as soon as possible should you require an invitation letter for visa purposes.

Taxi services
The following taxi services can be considered:

Kindly arrange a shuttle through your hotel for transport from the airport to your hotel due to the high number of unregistered cab companies which operate in and around the international airport in Johannesburg.

Private car rental
For the freedom to travel anywhere in Johannesburg, or even the larger country, private car rental is highly recommended. It should be noted that in South Africa cars drive on the left hand-side of the road, and steering wheels are on the right hand-side of the car. The following car rental companies can be considered:

Flights within South Africa
For those guests wishing to extend their stay in South Africa, and who wish to visit the rest of the country, the following local airlines fly to all destination across the country from Johannesburg:


Should you wish to visit the rest of South Africa before or after the conference, we recommend you finalise holiday bookings by latest end of September. December is the main holiday month in South Africa, and most holiday venues are fully booked throughout the month.

Below is an in-exhaustive list of a few things recommended for those wishing to explore Johannesburg:

The following tourism sites can also be consulted for planning your stay in South Africa:

For more information email: