Win! Double tickets to the Nedbank International Polo

The Nedbank International Polo is one of the longest running polo tournaments in Southern Africa . Picture: Supplied
The Nedbank International Polo is one of the longest running polo tournaments in Southern Africa . Picture: Supplied

JOIN THE NEW NOBILITY AT THE NEDBANK INTERNATIONAL POLO!

One of South Africa’s pre-eminent sporting and social events, the Nedbank International Polo is making its much anticipated return.

Set to take place September 14 at the Inanda Polo Club in Sandton, this year’s theme is Pattern Perfect.

Shweshwe, florals, stripes or geometric – it doesn't matter which pattern you prefer, dress to your best in your favourite regularly repeated design.

As a part of this year’s event, Nedbank is challenging South Africans to take a fresh perspective on what it means to be part of the upper echelons of society. 

They have challenged attendees to join ‘The New Nobility’ by using their social influence to give emerging entrepreneurs a leg up.

The entrepreneurs will exhibit their fine art, jewellery, fashion and interior décor pieces from 12pm to 5pm at the Polo Room on event day. Join the conversation on #NewNobility on social media.

Stand a chance to win 1 of 5 double tickets and rub shoulders with SA’s who’s who, by telling us what this year’s theme for the Nedbank International Polo is.

SMS the keyword NEDBANK, your name, surname, email address and answer to 34217. SMSs cost R1.50,  free SMSes do not apply. Terms and conditions apply.

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