What is an AGM?

Our AGM is a meeting attended by members of PEG for members of PEG. It is an opportunity for Exco to report on the year’s events and our financial status. It is also an opportunity for you to exercise your vote and have your say on a range of PEG-related matters.

Why is an AGM important?

The purpose of an AGM is to be transparent about all activities within the organisation. It is also where you can hold Exco accountable for the way in which the organisation has been managed. You can play an active role in decisions taken. AGMs are generally thought of as quite tedious but their significance should not be underestimated.

What can you expect before the AGM?

Step 1:

  • There is no dress code but please diarise the date and RSVP or send apologies at this link: RSVP
  • Proxy form: If you are unable to attend and would like your vote to be counted, you may nominate someone to be your proxy. This member will vote on your behalf (make sure they know what you are for and against!). Please send proxy forms to by Friday, 17 May 2024.
  • Minutes of last year’s AGM: to be adopted at the meeting. If you attended our last AGM, please read the minutes so that we can ask you to approve that they are an accurate reflection of the proceedings of that meeting.

Step 2: In the next few weeks, you can expect to receive the following documents for your considered response and which will form part of the AGM agenda:

  • Nomination form (for these positions: chairperson, webinar coordinator, secretary and webinar team members)
  • Proposed motion form
  • Exco-proposed motions
  • PEG annual report

CPD hours for AGM attendance

By attending the AGM, you qualify for 2 hours of Formal PEG CPD.

25 May, 2024 @ 10:00 - 12:00 Africa/Johannesburg at Online (Zoom) by PEG | AGM Second quarter Zoom

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