eLIMMUD

Thanks for bearing with us during the global Zoom fiasco.  Reboot – same eLimmud South Africa, same time, same place, same programme, NEW DATE:  Sunday, 31 May 2020 2pm – 6pm SAST.  Previous tickets purchased are still valid.  If you missed registering ticket sales still open. More info to follow during the coming days.

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The great thing about our new date is that it’s an opportunity to extend the traditional all-night Shavuot learning to the day after this joyous Jewish festival.

In preparation for Shavuot, we’re excited to share some writings from some of our world-class presenters:

Please click on the presenter’s name to go to the article: Adina RothGreg AlexanderSam LebensNathan Lopes Cardozo, and a poem by Marcelo Bronstein.


Sunday 31 May 

2pm – 6pm SAST

eLimmud South Africa:
Taking you one step further on your Jewish journey.

Exciting news! Limmud South Africa is going online. eLimmud means no looking for parking, no running to venues to get a seat, and no missing out. You simply sign up, log in, and enjoy.

If you’re from Bloemfontein or Melbourne, Plettenberg Bay or Chicago, Klerksdorp or Stockholm, join us and experience the magic of Limmud South Africa. 

Whether you are a first-timer, or a seasoned veteran, eLimmud is for you. 


eLimmud will showcase 4 time slots consisting of more than 30 world class presenters and thought leaders, both local and international. You can tailor the experience to suit your interests, schedule and Jewish journey. From text study to culture, philosophy to social justice, we have it all! 

Registration is open. Sign up now!

Once you have signed up, you will receive information on how to join the sessions that make you most excited, intrigued, or both.

For just R180 (per device/computer), you’ll have full access to all sessions. If you have been affected financially during this difficult time of Covid-19, a reduced rate of R18 is available. 

Follow us on Facebook event page  or here on our website for details of presenters, session synopses and how to connect on 31 May.

The Limmud South Africa Team