Nastassia Arendse | Conference Facilitator | Event MC | Pretoria

Nastassia Arendse is available to present as the Conference MC, Facilitator, Moderator to direct and host your next Pretoria, South Africa event or conference.

Ms. Arendse is a leading Conference MC, Facilitator or moderator for your next Pretoria, South Africa event or conference. Nastassia has been facilitating professionally for over 5 years.

By working with Nastassia, you are guaranteed a seasoned emcee professional that will make your event a success. Nastassia brings energy and positivity to each of her sessions.

Nastassia has hosted events around South Africa to some of the largest organizations in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. Learn more about why Nastassia Arendse is the right Conference MC, Facilitator, Moderator to direct and host your next Pretoria, South Africa event or conference.

Nastassia Arendse

Nastassia Arendse is a recognized expert as an event MC or moderator after years of working with TOP corporations and radio host. A highly sought-after event host, facilitator, she guides individuals and businesses events magnify their impact.

Her unique expertise is in combining practical business tactics with accelerated facilitation strategies to embrace a full hosting event and increase the professional running of any event for organizations worldwide. Nastassia Arendse inspires, empowers and guides people to achieve massive and lasting personal and professional growth, whether it be as an event emcee or facilitating corporate workshops

A leading international Event Emcee, Nastassia has hosted hundreds of events across South Africa with her professional facilitation and program directing is the leading MC in the competitive edge in the face of today’s complex markets. Nastassia is a sought-after business moderator who inspires, empowers and guides organizations and individuals to create sustainable, high-performance strategies. Nastassia through her facilitation, helps leaders embrace LEADERSHIP, cultivate work cultures of greater unity and resilience, as well as strengthen their voice as purpose driven leaders.

South Africa’s administrative centre is a handsome city with some gracious old architecture, significant historical sites, prosperous leafy suburbs, and wide streets lined with jacarandas that burst into a beautiful purple haze in October and November. It’s always been more more conservative than Jo’burg – this was the centre of the apartheid regime and its very name a symbol of oppression. However, as the inner city undergoes something of a renaissance, and Pretoria becomes more cosmopolitan, there’s a sense that the city is beginning to look to the future.

Pretoria is not as popular with tourists as Cape Town or Johannesburg, but the executive capital city of South Africa has so much to offer anyone who spends a few days here.

Any time of year is a good time to visit Pretoria. The average temperature during the summer months is around 28-29ºC (82-84ºF), with none of the humidity you can expect from a seaside city and none of that dry scorching heat found in the Bushveld region.

As an added bonus, you’ll be treated to occasional evening thunderstorms and a city that feels practically deserted as all the locals will have headed down to the coast for their annual seaside holiday. Winters are dry with clear blue skies and temperatures at a balmy 19-20ºC (66-68ºF), perfect for outside exploration followed by a warm cup of hot chocolate next to a roaring fire at your favourite restaurant or café.

To have the best barbecue of your life

If there’s one thing we do well here in Pretoria it’s have a braai – the Afrikaans word for a barbecue. With a dop and a tjop (drink and meat) in hand, you’ll find making new friends a breeze. Grilling meat on the coals is such an intrinsic part of the culture in South Africa that National Heritage Day has unanimously been renamed National Braai Day, and the mouthwatering smell of grilling meat wafts over the city the whole day. Vegetarians, don’t despair, there are plenty of options for you, too… think butter melting over a hot corn on the cob – yes, please.


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