New dates announced for The Vegan & Plant Powered Show

The Vegan & Plant Powered Show (VPPS) – South Africa’s first dedicated vegan and plant-based exhibition presented by Live Events – has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

It will now take place on September 5 and 6 this year. It was originally scheduled to take place at the end of May. The venue remains the same – the CTICC in Cape Town.

Says Heidi Warricker, Chief Executive Officer of VPPS and Live Events: “We are hugely grateful to all those who are supporting this event and we look forward to presenting South Africa with plant-based inspiration as soon as we are able to. However, at this time our first concern is the safety of all South Africans and international guests who will be attending the show.”

“The Corona virus will continue to have a devastating impact on the economy globally, and small businesses in South Africa are particularly vulnerable. We are all in this situation together – let’s firstly work together to help eradicate infection and stop transmission and then work towards staging an amazing event in September where we will showcase a wide variety of exhibitors and small producers who will need our support then more than ever.”

Social media:

  • Website:
  • Facebook: @PlantPowerZA
  • Twitter: @PlantPowerZA
  • Instagram: @PlantPowerZA
  • Hashtag: #plantpowerza

About the Organisers

Live Events is a well-respected, award winning team that takes a hands-on approach to creating high-value, sustainable, special interest events. The large-scale consumer events company has executed 40 market- leading B2B & B2C events spanning some 20 years.

Issued on behalf of The Vegan & Plant Powered Show by JAG Communications:

Janine Walker: & Grant Bushby:

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