Iodating

We have unquestionably changed the Speed Dating scene and attracted a more sophisticated crowd than ever before.Our unparalleled popularity, a relaxed sensibility to events combined with a less is more approach is what separates us from the rest.Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.Those that tend to see the good in everything and everyone - are just what we and our daters are looking for. You can email [email protected] San for information as to the process of being added to the wait list. Published start times can be found in the event description.However, during the recent national measles and polio campaign the Government of South Africa made a decision to exclude vitamin A supplementation as a component due to possible toxicity.

If we meet a dater who lacks manners - we'll politely say no thank you so you don't have to.

We don’t find anything romantic about name tags, microphones and whistles – so we don’t use them! Daters that don’t like to settle and tend to set the trend rather than follow it. You will be sent a confirmation from us and your name will be noted on our Guest List.~~Do you screen your speed daters?

We are in part defined by our venues and our crowd reflects such. Simply select the EVENT SCHEDULE tab on the homepage for a listing of our events. In the 10 years we have had the pleasure of serving daters we've noticed the nicer a dater is to us, our hosts and each other, the more matches they get.

In addition, consensus was obtained to change the level of salt iodation from the current 40-60 per person per month to 35-65 per person per month as well as to make the regulations stricter in relation to importers and re-packers of salt.

Through UNICEF, the Medical Research Council has been contracted to conduct an IDD survey which will update the situation amongst women of child bearing age and school aged children. UNICEF will continue to provide technical support to those producers who are still not iodating their salt and increase advocacy to the agricultural sector to comply with the regulations on food grade salt.

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