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Maropeng conference centre
South Africa

The Maropeng conference centre forms part of the Cradle of Humankind, world renound as the birth place of the human race. Maropeng means “returning to the place of origin” in Setswana.

The Maropeng conference centre offers facilities for up to 500 delegates.

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