Brandon Golding
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  • South Africa
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Brandon Golding's Friends

  • Anthony Coe
  • Julia Ranzani
  • Lianne du Toit
  • Brian Adams
  • Shane Wilson
  • Kristin Kelly Zealand
  • Kim Jacobs
  • Lara Lee Palmer
  • Justin Siljeur
  • Leslie Maliepaard
  • Bridget Pringle
  • Niki McQueen
  • Benjine
  • Jonathan Carter
  • johan pretorius

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Lianne du Toit and Brandon Golding are now friends
May 29, 2012
Brandon Golding is now friends with Anthony Coe, M4C and Julia Ranzani
May 25, 2012
Brandon Golding and Kim Jacobs are now friends
Jan 28, 2011
Brandon Golding added the App PhotoGrid
Jan 26, 2011
Brandon Golding joined Shana Kay's group

Bandwidth Barn

The Cape Town-based Bandwidth Barn has been in operation since 2000 and is today regarded as one of the leading ICT business incubators in the world.See More
Jan 26, 2011
Brandon Golding joined Shana Kay's group

Cape Town Entrepreneurship Week (CTEW)

Cape Town Entrepreneurship Week (CTEW) is a city-wide festival of entrepreneurship events, conferences, competitions, workshops, programmes and media – all designed to inspire, promote, showcase and advance entrepreneurship in the City.
Jan 26, 2011
Brandon Golding joined Shana Kay's group


Internet access provision, security, and e-mail systems.
Jan 26, 2011
Brandon Golding is now friends with Brian Adams and Retha van Staden
Jan 26, 2011

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At 13:09 on November 6, 2009, Deon C. Louw said…
Please participate in this survey regarding sales and marketing techniques in Cape Town. You have the options to view the results of the survey at the end of the month. A free gift of Oxygen Office Professional will be mailed to your doorstep for your trouble (Cape Town only). The purpose is to measure to what degree expectation meets reality.
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At 11:27 on October 11, 2009, Karin Chisholm said…
Hello, you! We haven't chatted in ages - how are you doing?

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