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Join us as we discuss youth unemployment (Cape Town)

by: Live Events - 2 July 2015

Join us as we discuss youth unemployment (Cape Town)

Do you ever feel as though politicians don’t recognise young people’s concerns? Have you ever wanted to have a face-to-face conversation with a political figure? Here’s your chance to get involved with “VIP Debate Club: Party People Edition” So what is it? This is an event for you to interact with policy and leading political figures...

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Apply now to join the Live SA team

by: Live Events - 2 July 2015

Apply now to join the Live SA team

We’re recruiting now for contributors to join our Cape Town and Johannesburg teams in August 2015 Live SA/Livity Africa   Media Skills Training Programme Cape Town and Johannesburg Next intake August 2015 Only 18 to 25 year-olds can apply Live SA is looking for 25 young creatives and thinkers to join us for an exciting...

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Cape Town company Creative Nestlings bridges the gap between artists

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 2 July 2015

Cape Town company Creative Nestlings bridges the gap between artists

“There aren’t that many platforms that support African creatives,” Dillion Phiri tells me on an anemic winter afternoon in Cape Town. “Sure, there are plenty of blogs that talk about young creatives, but we wanted to go beyond that and be a springboard for young creatives to establish themselves,” he gestures emphatically with his hands...

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Creating opportunities with #DigitalHustle

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 1 July 2015

Creating opportunities with #DigitalHustle

I’m quite a fanatic when it comes to anything that has to do with the digital space because I would like to explore it more than I am right now. Yes, I have my own website and I’m one of the fantastic contributors at the most-read online youth publications in the country (flicks hair). However, #DigitalHustle...

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The best South African albums, EPs, mixtapes and singles of 2015 so far

by: Live Staff - 30 June 2015

The best South African albums, EPs, mixtapes and singles of 2015 so far

Yes, we are approximately half-way through 2015. The year sure did fly by, but not without a great soundtrack. From Tumi’s Return of the King to Christian Tiger School’s Chrome Tapes, Simphiwe Dana’s “Killjoy” to Donald and Bucie’s “Let it Burn”, FonZo’s The Pocket Change to Card on Spokes’s Sunwalker, it’s been a great year...

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Livity launches the future of digital marketing

by: Tshegofatso Mphahlele - 29 June 2015

Livity launches the future of digital marketing

Livity Africa recently launched an exciting new programme called Digify Bytes, a two day workshop aimed at introducing young people to the world of digital marketing. The programme aims to provide students with the opportunity to get acquainted with the essentials of the digital industry while still providing them with valuable hands-on experience. The Digify...

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Drinking age could increase to 21

by: Philela Singama - 26 June 2015

Drinking age could increase to 21

Government has recently announced proposed amendments to the National Liquor Policy. In an effort to curb underage drinking, one of the proposed amendments is increasing the legal drinking age from 18 to 21. We hit the streets to find out what you think. What do you think of government’s plans to increase the drinking age?...

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Will we ever get free education?

by: Sheilan Clarke - 26 June 2015

Will we ever get free education?

Imagine a world where you don’t have to pay for school, fork out a fortune to get an education or stand in long queues at NSFAS for a bursary. Well that might be a possibility as government is reportedly aiming to roll out free education for tertiary students. As found in a News24.com article, President Jacob Zuma recently...

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