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Reasons to partner with Fertility Show Africa

With 1 in 6 couples struggling with infertility and for those on a fertility journey for other reasons, Fertility Show Africa is a unique and much needed event on the annual fertility events calendar. 

Fertility Show Africa exhibitors will have the opportunity to engage directly and support visitors on their fertility journey and journey to parenthood, and searching for products, services and information to assist them in making the right choice for them. 

The event will feature a wide array of exhibitors as well as a line-up of expert speakers who will cover a range of topics – from IVF to surrogacy and adoption – designed to inform and enlighten couples who are trying to start or grow their family. 

Partnering with us will provide you with the unique opportunity to educate couples facing infertility and ensure they are given sufficient accurate information to make informed choices. Your participation will contribute to the success of the show’s mission which is to grow awareness around infertility, to provide reliable information and to support fertility patients on their fertility journey.  

The attendee profile will include: 

  • People trying to start or expand their family
  • People diagnosed with fertility problems
  • Individuals, couples, singles & same sex couples from all over South Africa, Africa & Internationally
  • Reproductive Medical Specialists, Obstetricians, Gynaes, Embryologists, Nurses, IVF co-ordinators, Lab staff, Caregivers, Fertility Trade & Industry

Opportunities for visitors include support and specialised information around: 

  • Adoption
  • Alternative therapies, including acupuncture, reiki, vitamins and supplements, as well as eating and lifestyle options to encourage fertility
  • Artificial insemination, IVF and ICSI
  • Egg, sperm and embryo donation
  • Surrogacy
  • The LGBT community
  • Legal and ethical aspects
  • Treatment options and ways in which to optimise egg and sperm health

Opportunities for exhibitors include:

  • Face-to-face interaction and immediate feedback with a highly engaged audience
  • The ability to generate awareness of your products by showcasing your specialist range and alternative offerings to a public that is actively seeking solutions
  • The opportunity to align your brand with the most credible experts in the field of fertility and adoption
  • The launch of new products and services, as well as a means to identify new products and markets

We look forward to welcoming you as an exhibitor at Fertility Show Africa!

To apply for a stand, request rates or just looking for more information, complete the form below and our event team will get back to you as soon as possible.

6 great reasons to exhibit

Leading Event

Fertility Show Africa is the only event in Africa for visitors to get the best and most accurate advice, support and information on fertility, adoption, surrogacy, treatment options, egg and sperm donation, alternative therapies and their health.

Market Leaders

Fertility Show Africa gathers market leaders and players in the fertility industry as exhibitors.

African Hub

Fertility Show Africa addresses visitors in South Africa and Africa.

Market Orientation

Fertility Show Africa presents innovative products, solutions and essential information to support the fertility journey of patients, to find the right solution to meet their needs.

Inspiration


Fertility Show Africa informs about trends and developments within an inspiring talks and support programme.

Valuable Network

Exhibitors and visitors will benefit from our network of key industry players, associations and media.

A message of hope for those struggling through infertility

Infertility has a devasting effect and a major emotional impact on those who suffer from it. It strains relationships and takes an enormous psychological toll on individuals. It is estimated that infertility in Africa affects one in six couples, which means that in Southern Africa alone there are eight million people who suffer from infertility. And yet there are still taboos and stigmas surrounding the subject. Which is why news of the African continent’s first ever dedicated fertility show, Fertility Show Africa, was enthusiastically received from all quarters. And while she has some of the best medical experts in their

Fertility Show Africa

A message of hope for those struggling through infertility

Infertility has a devasting effect and a major emotional impact on those who suffer from it. It strains relationships and takes an enormous psychological toll on individuals. It is estimated that infertility in Africa affects one in six couples, which means that in Southern Africa alone there are eight million people who suffer from infertility. And yet there are still taboos and stigmas surrounding the subject. Which is why news of the African continent’s first ever dedicated fertility show was enthusiastically received from all quarters. Fertility Show Africa (FSA) follows successful international fertility events that have taken place across the

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Africa’s first fertility show a resounding success

Fertility Show Africa (FSA) – which took place in Gauteng from 6th to 7th March 2020 – was a resounding success, with a capacity crowd of more than 1700 people visiting this, the first fertility show to be held on the African continent. The two-day expo was opened by Gauteng MEC for Health Dr Bandile Masuku. “This is a milestone and groundbreaking event, not only for Gauteng but for South Africa and Africa,” said Masuku, who was previously the Head of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Unit at the Thelle Mohoerane Regional Hospital in Vosloorus. The event attracted visitors from the

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Africa’s first fertility show focuses on support

Africa’s first fertility show focuses on support from professionals and those who have experienced infertility themselves. Rather than concentrating on the negative consequences of this ailment, Fertility Show Africa (FSA) offers a generic and diverse opportunity to seek emotional support where required but also looks to provide information and practical advice on fertility solutions; treatment options and alternative family arrangements. Fertility Show Africa will offer support to those currently on their own fertility journey. One of its key attractions is the Support Zone, an intimate place where visitors can get their questions answered by specialists, and engage with a panel

Fertility Show Africa

Africa’s essential fertility event

Some of the world’s leading fertility experts and companies will be taking part in Fertility Show Africa, the continent’sfirstdedicated fertility event which takes place in Johannesburg on Friday, March 6, and Saturday, March 7, at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Gauteng and which is expected to draw more than 3000 visitors. This follows successful international fertility events that offer those struggling to conceive, prospective fertility patients and those on a journey to parenthood, the opportunity to engage with the leading specialists, experts and exhibitors and be exposed to every conceivable alternative in a supportive and unobtrusive environment.   Says Heidi

African Peanut and Leafy Green Stew with Toasted Sunflower Seeds

This exceptionally creamy, peanut-infused stewed leafy greens, AKA Muriwo unedovi has been passed down over the years, filled with protein, antioxidants and flavour. This take on combining two of Africa’s favourite foods is sure to find its way as a favourite in your home. Kale: Exceptional amounts of vitamin A, C & K, rich in magnesium, iron. Peanut Butter: High in protein, magnesium, iron. Spinach: Rich in vitamin A, B2, C, K, magnesium, iron and antioxidants. Serves: 5 servings Time: 15 Minutes Level: Easy-Peazy What You’ll Need: 60ml B-well Olive & Canola Blend 1 cup spinach leaves & stalks, thinly shredded

Baked rice, eggplant and leek hotpot with, olives, dill and parsley

What You’ll Need: 5tbsp vegetable oil 2 large eggplants / aubergines / brinjal 1 leek 1 turnip 2 garlic cloves ¾ cup basmati rice 50gms black olives with seeds ½ bunch dill ¼ bunch parsley 1tsp cumin 1tsp coriander seeds ½ tsp fennel seeds 500ml vegetable stock Pinch saffron optional Drizzle B-well olive oil to finish Pinch salt and pepper How to make: Preheat oven 180 degrees In a clay pot approximately 15 cm and relatively deep (or cast iron pot with a lid) on medium heat on the stove, add 3tbsp vegetable oil.  Slice the leek about an 2.5cm after where the

Beetroot and Berry Smoothie

Combined with berries for sweetness, beets create a vibrant, pink smoothie packed with plant-based fibre, iron, folate, and vitamin C. Serves: 2 Prep Time: 10 min What You’ll Need: 1 banana frozen 1 1/2 cups frozen berries 1/2 cup Alpro Almond Milk or any other milk alternative 3/4 cup Rugani 100% Zobo infused Beetroot juice 1/4 cup rolled oats 1 tsp maple syrup 1 cup Ice Fresh berries for garnish Chia seeds and coconut for garnish (optional) How to Make: Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses and top with fresh berries and a sprinkle of chia seeds

Can fertility astrology really help you fall pregnant?

The Natal Astrology Chart, and the many Astrological techniques, provide the Astrologer with a seemingly endless amount of information about an individual. A great deal of information, for example, can be gleaned about an individual’s fertility and challenges to fertility. It is estimated that infertility in Africa affects one in six couples. It’s simplistic to say that the heartache and frustration experienced by these couples could be solved if they merely looked to the skies but, says fertility astrologer Nicola Smuts Allsop, it’s not a bad idea. She believes most people don’t understand quite how fertility astrology works, especially as

Chef Cola’s Beet Wellington

What You’ll Need: 4 beetroots large 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil 1-3/4 cups sliced fresh mushrooms 1 medium onion, chopped 1 package frozen puff pastry, thawed How to Make: Sprinkle peppers  with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. In a large pot par boil in 1 tablespoon oil for 8 minutes on each side. In the same post, saute mushrooms and onion in remaining oil until tender. Stir in remaining salt and pepper; cool to room temperature. Preheat oven to 425°. On a lightly floured surface, roll each puff pastry sheet into a 14×9-1/2-in.

Chef Cola’s healthy, quick-to-prepare salad

One of Chef Cola’s favourite recipes – and delicious to eat – is her healthy, quick-to-prepare salad. “The rule when making salads is to work with the freshest ingredients as possible. The power ingredient that stands out in this salad is beetroot, as it adds a nice sweet balance to the dish. Beetroot is also rich in calcium, iron and vitamins A and C and an excellent source of folic acid, fibre, manganese and potassium, so it really is a wonderful ingredient to include in your diet.” What You’ll Need: ½ head of lettuce, chopped 1 large carrot, grated 3 large tomatoes, chopped ¼ onions,

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Diverse range of experts for Africa’s first fertility show

Some of the world’s leading fertility experts will be participating in the Expert Talks – a cutting-edge talks programme, sponsored by the Infertility Awareness Association of South Africa – and will be presenting on current and pertinent topics that impact the journey to parenthood. Today, according to research, one in 60 babies in America are born thanks to in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and other artificial treatments. In Denmark, Israel and Japan the figure is more than one in 25 – and rising. It is estimated that infertility in Africa affects one in six couples, which means that in Southern Africa

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Fertility Astrology – Q&A with Nicola Smuts-Allsop

Fertility Astrology – Q&A with Nicola Smuts-Allsop Some of the world’s leading fertility experts will be taking part in Fertility Show Africa, the continent’sfirstdedicated fertility show which takes place in Johannesburg on March 6 and 7 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Gauteng. They will be participating in Expert Talks – a cutting-edge talks programme, sponsored by the Infertility Awareness Association of South Africa, on current and pertinent topics that impact the journey to parenthood – presented by fertility and medical professionals and adoption specialists. One is fertility astrologer Nicola Smuts-Allsop. Smuts-Allsop is a consulting astrologer living in the UK.

Fertility Show Africa set for Johannesburg in October

Fertility Show Africa (FSA) proudly returns in October following its hugely successful debut last year. This year, the two day event is set to take place at the Focus Rooms, Sandton, Johannesburg on October 9 & 10 and will incorporate a live event as well as a virtual component, which will allow attendees from around South Africa, the African continent and the rest of the world to participate. The show has been moved from a previously scheduled June date to October due to the ongoing pandemic and following current protocals. COVID-19 safety plans, which include global best practice health and

Garlicky Mushroom crème de la crème with wilted spinach

This pasta sauce is super easy to make, is inexpensive and is so darn delicious.  Besides beings lusciously creamy, what’s really special about this recipe is its showcase of the humble button mushroom. Partnered with all the delicious garlic and spices, the button mushroom adds meaty flavour, while boosting this meal with selenium, a trace mineral important for a healthy immune system. Star Ingredients: Button Mushrooms: Source of selenium, potassium, B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and iron. Spinach: Antioxidant, carotenoids, vitamin C, folic acid, calcium. B-well selection of products: Omega 3 and 6. Serves: 6 Time: 20 minutes What You’ll Need:

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January special offer – Buy One Get One Free ticket

Everything is better together including your fertility journey. Flying solo is fine but at Fertility Show Africa, we believe that support is important when looking to start or expand your family. That’s why Africa’s first fertility show FSA – which takes place on Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7, 2020 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Gauteng – is offering showgoers a Buy One Get One Free special for the month of January.  FSA gives attendees the opportunity to chat face-to-face with a wide range of clinics and experts as well as offering an unparalleled speaker programme from

Lentil and Pea Curry With Wild Rice

A simple, comforting vegetarian curry with mild spicing. If you would like a hotter dish, add more cayenne pepper, or use a stronger curry power, or add some chopped fresh chillies. And if you’re in a hurry, you can use tinned, drained lentils instead of cooking them from scratch. Serve with delicious, nutritious wild rice which (like lentils) is one of the ingredients in the list of KNORR Future 50 Foods! What You’ll Need: 200g uncooked brown lentils 30ml vegetable oil 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 10ml finely grated fresh ginger a pinch of cayenne powder, to taste

Lentil Curry

A creamy, comforting curry packed with plant-powered protein. What You’ll Need: 1 TBSP Organic Virgin Coconut Oil 1 small onion, chopped 1 TBSP Organic Coriander Seeds 1 TBSP crushed garlic 1 cup dried lentils 2 cups chopped sweet potato 1 TBSP Organic Ground Turmeric 1 tsp Organic Cayenne Pepper 1 TBSP Ground Ginger 1 can chopped tomatoes 2 cups water 400 ml Organic Coconut Milk 200 g baby spinach Organic Wholegrain Basmati Rice for serving How to Make: Place the coconut oil, onion, coriander seeds and crushed garlic in a pot. Fry for 10 minutes, or until onions are soft

Mellow Yellow Almond Smoothie

Fresh fruit, a hint of vanilla plus Alpro Almond No Sugars drink makes for a sin free anytime smoothie. Lactose free, veggie, vegan, gluten free/mellow-yellow-almond-smoothie. Serves: +- 1 person/s Prep Time: 10 min What You’ll Need: 120g melon (cantaloup) 2 passion fruit 1/8 tsp vanilla extract 200ml Alpro Almond No Sugars drink How to Make: Cut the melon into bite-size chunks and scoop out the passion fruit Pop all those fab ingredients into the blender Whizz until perfectly smooth Pour into a chilled glass, sip and enjoy. Brilliant for a breakfast moment, magic as a mocktail, great anytime, really! With

One-Pan Pumpkin Leaf Sishebo

Bring goodness and local flavour to this shishebo recipe with pumpkin leaves (mekopu). As one of the Future 50 Foods, pumpkin leaves (mekopu) are grown locally and filled with incredible nutritional value. Enjoy them in a tasty meal that’s better for you and better for the world. What You’ll Need: 500g pumpkin, peeled and sliced into wedgesolive oil, for drizzling 1 thumb-sized piece of ginger, finely grated 30ml (2 tbsp) curry powder 5ml (1 tsp) ground turmeric 1 x Knorr Tomato Base Dry Cook-In Sauce 30g (1 cup) tender pumpkin leaves (mekopu), chopped 1 x 400g tin lite coconut milk

Queen of Hearts Quiche

Here’s a healthier, omega-3 and fibre-filled version of this delectable french tart, sure to be a favourite to enjoy a slice with loved ones. Feel free to play with fillings, this Queen of Hearts tart is a balance of particularly fertility-boosting ingredients to help increase sperm count. Serves: 4-6 Time: 1 hour What You’ll Need: For the crust: 2 tbsp B-well Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 tbsp ground flaxseeds/chia seeds 2 ½ tbsp water 1 cup gluten-free oats 1 cup gluten-free all-purpose flour ¼ tsp salt 1 tbsp nutritional yeast 1-2 tbsp water, as needed For the filling: 2 tbsp B-well Extra Virgin olive oil 2 tbsp chickpea flour 1 small

Red Power Ranger Soup

This red and devilishly divine soup is definitely a power package with bell peppers and chili, rich in the phytochemical, capsaicin – the star element to this meal responsible for the spicy taste. It is incredibly rich in vitamin A, C, E, loaded with antioxidants, minerals and specially contains flavonoids which have shown to assist with respiratory problems. Star Ingredients: Red and orange bell peppers, chilies: Rich in vitamin A, C, E, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, manganese and potassium. Tomatoes and olive oil: Ideal synergy to absorb power-packed lycopene – phytochemical in tomatoes for antioxidant action, cell regulation, immune modulating and immune

Save the Date!

Africa’s essential fertility event returns for its 2nd year and will be both an in-person and online event! SAVE THE DATE! 9 – 10 October 2021, the Focus Rooms, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa & online. Follow us on Facebook for event updates.

Simon Toohey’s classic Ratatouille recipe

We asked Simon Toohey’s to share a simple, yet delicious dish with us and he gave us his classic Ratatouille recipe What You’ll Need: 50ml olive oil 2 banana eggplants 4 roman tomatoes 3 yellow zucchini 3 green zucchini 1 red capsicum 1 brown onion 3 garlic cloves 2 sprigs rosemary Salt and white pepper How to Make: Set oven to 150°C.  Take two of the tomatoes, slice and place in a pot along with 1 yellow zucchini, 1 green zucchini, the red capsicum, the onion and the garlic all roughly chopped up.  Cook these down in a pot with 30ml of

Something like a shepherd’s pie

This vegan version of the traditional beef Shepherd’s Pie is a sure pleaser, even for avid meat fans. A juicy, flavourful, vegan-meaty filling- topped with a creamy and hearty potato mash and cheesy crust. Packed with cholesterol-lowering phytosterol in soy and sticky fibre from the potatoes, this is real love for your heart and all the hearts over the festive season.Research has repeatedly shown that vegans have reduced risk of the world’s biggest killers, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some cancers. Serves: 6Level: Easy-ishTime: 1 hr 25 mins What You’ll Need: For meaty filling: • 3 Tbsp

Spicy Broccoli and Mung Bean Curry

Bring on the heat in this mouth-watering spicy broccoli and mung bean (dithlodi) curry recipe. As one of the Future 50 Foods, mung beans (dithlodi) are sustainable and packed with nutritional value. They bring untold flavour and goodness to this tasty curry dish. What You’ll Need: 200g (1 cup) mung beans (dithlodi), soaked overnight and drained (see NOTE) 300g broccoli florets 45ml (3 tbsp) sunflower oil, for frying 1 x KNORR Chakalaka Soup 5ml (1 tsp) turmeric powder 400ml (1 tin) lite coconut milk Fresh coriander, to serve Sliced chilli and squeeze of lime juice, to serve How to Make:

Fertility Show Africa

The essential event for any fertility journey

It is estimated that infertility in Africa affects one in six couples, which means that in Southern Africa alone there are eight million people who suffer from infertility.  For the first time this year, a dedicated fertility show will be held on the African continent and follows successful international fertility events that offer those struggling to conceive, and those on a journey to parenthood, the opportunity to engage with specialists and experts and be exposed to every conceivable alternative in a supportive and unobtrusive environment.  The Fertility Show Africa gives attendees the opportunity to chat face-to-face with a wide range

Fertility Show Africa 2020

Your one-stop portal for fertility related information

One in six couples in South Africa struggles with infertility, a disease that can be caused by a large range of factors from low-sperm count, to polycystic ovary syndrome, through to stress and other lifestyle factors. Sometimes, the underlying causes are never found and you could be one in 30% of cases with “unexplained infertility”. The causes of infertility can be as diverse as the couples trying to conceive but, the one thing that most have in common, is the enormous amount of stress it places on all your relationships. Infertility is a lonely and misunderstood disease. It’s often difficult

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