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Special conditions

Exhibitors should familiarise themselves with the conditions as set out below:

  1. thedti reserves the right to withdraw from these exhibitions if suitable applications have not been received on the closing date for applications (6 months prior to the event).
  2. Approved participants should familiarise themselves with the Code of Conduct (House Rules) for exhibitors on a South African National Pavilion. (Given to all approved exhibitors prior to the exhibition)
  3. Only exhibition material forwarded from the consolidation point in South Africa to the exhibition grounds and back to the consolidation point, will be the responsibility of the dti. If exhibition material has to be forwarded from any other point, the dti reserves the right to consider the request for funding based on merit.
  4. Duties and taxes for goods purchased in the foreign country are for the expense of the exhibitor.
  5. the dti will not be held responsible for storage costs in the event of the exhibitor exceeding the maximum amount allowed of three cubic meters or two tons (the one not to exceed the other).
  6. It is the responsibility of every exhibitor to ensure that he/she meets the deadlines set by the dti and service providers appointed by the dti.
  7. It is the exhibitors' responsibility to take out full insurance cover for their products while in transit and for the duration of the exhibition.
  8. thedti does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage which may occur.
  9. thedti reserves the right to remove any display items which are not manufactured in South Africa, or which are not up to standard.
  10. Where passports do not have an entry and exit stamp, because they were scanned at customs, a claimant will have to submit boarding passes as proof of entry/exit into or out of South Africa.
  11. Should an exporter cancel participation after the consolidation date of the shipment, the exporter will be liable to the dti for an amount of R 50 000 as a cancellation fee.
  12. The Exhibitor indemnifies and shall hold harmless the dti against any claims, damages, expenses and costs (including those asserted by third parties) directly or indirectly related to this National Pavilion and the Export Marketing and Investment Assistance provided to the Exhibitor by the dti, in delict, for breach of statutory duty or otherwise.

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