GOSA salutes the industry for commitment
We are at the start of December 2021. Exciting! In the recent past, we have also seen the “birth” of a new Covid strain called Omicron. One can only hope that we’ve learned from experience; that this December will be more “normal” and that we will be able to enjoy our freedoms – and get some rest.
All of us held our breath when the state president held his “house meeting” again and many of us saw how we were going to have to stay home again in December. Fortunately, it seems that this season we will not only have to sit and stare at the sea, but can also frolic in it.
As you know, GOSA has not been able to host congresses for the last two years, but has held virtual workshops – which have been very well received and attended. The planning of our 37th symposium is well underway, so feel free to make a note of 17 and 18 March 2022 (when it will take place in Mossel Bay). Judging by our president’s latest speech, we should see each other in March.
The grain industry was committed throughout this year in handling a huge harvest, facilitating new business and initiatives in very challenging times. GOSA salutes the industry for this and is very proud to say that most of these role players are members of the organisation. This is also the time of year to look back and be thankful – thankful for being safe in a pandemic, thankful for provision, thankful for opportunities to grow in business and in relationships.
I want to end by wishing all of you and your families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, filled with happiness, success and health. Thank you to all our members, sponsors and mere friends of GOSA for your loyal support. We will see each other in Mossel Bay.
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