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Sentenced to die, choosing to live: The 2016 iFacts Employee Risk Conference

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Sentenced to die, choosing to live: The 2016 iFacts Employee Risk Conference



In 1994, Shani Krebs was arrested in Thailand for heroin trafficking. Initially sentenced to death he served almost two decades behind bars in the world’s deadliest prison before returning home in 2012.



Join the 2016 iFacts Employee Risk Conference taking place on 9 June 2016 at The Focus Rooms and meet the remarkable man behind the memoir, Dragons & Butterflies to hear more about a man who overcame drug addiction, prison life and his demons to become a talented artist, public speaker and anti-drug campaigner.


In addition to embarking on a highly successful career as a professional artist,Shani has dedicated his life to motivational speaking and anti-drug campaigning that aims to steer at-risk South Africans in the right direction. Shani’s life story ties in to the key message of the iFacts Employee Risk Conference – screening employees and the dilemma that criminal histories face for employers and employees.


In addition to our exhibitor line-up and keynote address and some fascinating insights into the latest Employee Screening trends, this conference will equip delegates with all the tools and knowledge necessary for creating a comprehensive and safe hiring process. Expert panel discussions will give delegates the opportunity to not only engage with the guest speaker, Shani Krebs, but with other industry leading experts that can provide fantastic insights into the process and challenges of hiring at-risk employees.


You cannot afford the miss the 2016 iFacts Employee Risk Conference!


Date: Thursday 9 June 2016

Start time: 08:00am

End time: 14:00pm

Venue:The Focus Rooms. The Core, Leeuwkop Road & Kikuyu Road, Sunninghill, Johannesburg

Cost: R500 per person



Drug Awareness Month

June 26 marks International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Established by the United Nations General Assembly, this event is focused on raising awareness and limiting the negative impact of drug use and trafficking on people around the world. June is also host to the SANCA Drug Awareness Week, which takes place from 25 – 30 June, and National Youth Month. Drug and alcohol abuse among South African youth is a growing issue, and is affecting the ability for young South Africans to educate themselves and find employment.




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