Limmud Johannesburg 2019 is here!
We cannot wait to welcome you all again to Limmud Johannesburg, which will be taking place at the stunning 4-Star Indaba Hotel in Fourways from the afternoon of Friday 16 August to the evening of Sunday 18 August. Join us for either the full weekend or Sunday and take one-step further on your Jewish journey!
- Adults sharing a room (incl. with spouse/partner) – R3 950
- Adults on own in single room – R5 950
- Volunteer Discount: Adults who would like to volunteer a minimum of 4 hours at conference are eligible for a discount of R400
- Young Couples (19-29) – R2 500 each
- Young Adults (26-29) minimum 3 per room – R1 980
- Young Adults (19-25) minimum 3 per room – R1 490
- Teenagers (13-18) – R1 100
- Children (6-12) – R750
- Children (under 5) – FREE
- Adults (19+) – R685
- FIRST TIME at Limmud – R450
- Teenagers (13-18) – R240
- Children (6-12) – R175
- Children (under 5) – FREE
- Family Rate: 2 adults and children under 19 – R1 600
Should you have any queries regarding registration, please contact Mickie on 083 451 9176 or at JHBregistration@limmud.org.za
What to look forward to at Limmud Johannesburg:
- A full, thoughtful, and diverse program, with over 150 sessions
- The opportunity to connect, engage, and learn with some of the best minds in the Jewish world
- Youth programming for children ages 2-13
- Renowned local and international presenters
- Exceptional Kosher Catering provided by Gary Friedman Caterers
- A wonderful venue and luxurious accommodation
- Value for money
More from Limmud Johannesburg
At Limmud Johannesburg, we believe that learning is a continual process. We run mini events throughout the year ranging from cooking demonstrations, book clubs, interactive learning sessions and social gatherings. Look out for them on Facebook , Instagram and emails.
Introducing this year’s co-chairs:
Dani is honoured to spend another year co-chairing Limmud Johannesburg, which has become a family tradition – one she is proud of! Having run the South African Union of Jewish Students, serving as an executive member of the World Union of Jewish students and working for the Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, she says she has never been as proud of an organization as Limmud. As she works towards finishing her thesis in Holocaust literature, she is ever grateful that her life currently runs on a student schedule.
Laura is a creative person who also loves solving problems, which makes her career choice of software development ideal. When she is not stuck behind her computer, she enjoys exercising and being outside. Most Saturday mornings, you will find her at the Atholl Parkrun and if she is not around on a Sunday, she is likely out climbing a mountain somewhere. Having been involved in Limmud since 2011, she looks forward to taking one step further on her Jewish journey by taking on the challenge of co-chairing Limmud Johannesburg.