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Announcing the CWG 2020 Auction
Announcing the March 2020 CWG auction —
Short Q&A with Cape Wildlife Group Chairman, Johan Meyer
Q: What will be new this time around?
A: We have decided on a new venue where we can host even more attendees and also address the parking as this venue has parking for hundreds of vehicles. The venue will be Nooitgedacht Estate which is situated in the heart of the Stellenbosch wine valley. We are aiming for an all-round balanced offering of animals which caters for both larger and small role players in the industry so there will be something for everyone.
Q: What’s exciting that attendees can look forward to?
A: What is not exciting about an auction in the Stellenbosch wine region during summer where great genetics will be on offer, a gin bar for the ladies coupled with music in our outside slow market. We also have the very popular Stellenbosch Woordfees over the same period as our auction. Anybody who wants to attend the Wordfees too, can combine it with our CWG auction.
 Cape Wildlife Group accepts no liability for possible changes to the Woordfees schedule of dates and events. Woordfees is an independently hosted event.
Q: Will guest sellers be present?
A: Yes there are. We are in the process of getting feedback from guest sellers.
Q: For more info, whom to contact?
A few photos from the CWG 2019 auction
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