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Amara Fleur ?!

by: Mpho Lehlongwa - 31 October 2014

Amara Fleur ?!

Walking past the graffiti-covered walls and broken windows to the Randlords building in Braamfontein, I’m accompanied by a cool youngin’ who looks fresh out of the late 90s. She rocked up in a beige trench coat, skinny jeans and Ray Bans, complimented with black lipstick, box braids and a duffle bag. “I’m an awkward person…...

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Boundless City: a hub for creative freedom

by: Rafieka Williams - 31 October 2014

Boundless City: a hub for creative freedom

“The rich take over the city and the poor get moved to the edges… The way gentrification is going on in the city, it’s scary,” states Alex Cunningham, co-founder of Boundless City, a development initiative for people of the inner city of Johannesburg. Live Mag SA spoke to Alex to find out how people-based development...

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In memory of Senzo Meyiwa

by: Ndimphiwe Gilili - 31 October 2014

In memory of Senzo Meyiwa

Written by Simamkele Matuntuta & Ndimphiwe Gilili Most of us were going about our usual Sunday night routines last week, tucked in bed and scrolling through our social networks when we came across statuses and tweets about the death of Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa. The 27-year-old was reportedly shot and killed...

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So you want to be…a psychiatrist?

by: Sinayo Twani - 30 October 2014

So you want to be…a psychiatrist?

Our “So you want to be…” weekly series aims to help you in the process of choosing a career. We will be speaking to a practising professional to tell us what to expect in their field of work. This week, we speak to Onke Tshiki, a 31-year-old psychiatrist at Crescent Clinic in Claremont, Cape Town....

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VIP Debate Club #2: Race in SA – 20 years of what?

by: Tshepang Tlhapane - 29 October 2014

VIP Debate Club #2: Race in SA – 20 years of what?

On a warm Tuesday evening, the second VIP Debate took place  on October 28 at the Bannister Hotel in the vibey heart of Johannesburg, Braamfontein. The turnout was so good that we had to move the session from the basement into the main room of the Bannister Hotel’s restaurant. The debate session – titled Race...

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Misrepresentation in the media: Women

by: Kay Selisho - 29 October 2014

Misrepresentation in the media: Women

“Men categorise women in one of four ways: mothers, virgins, sluts and bitches. Of course none of the above is suitable for the modern business woman BUT you can create your own image by selecting pieces of each archetype that work for you. For example, the sexual attractiveness of the slut… the wisdom of the...

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Casey Veggies-headlined Levels Brand Weekend review

by: Sinethemba Ndleleni - 28 October 2014

Casey Veggies-headlined Levels Brand Weekend review

A crystal-clear sound  for a live performance is as critical as the chemistry on a first date. Had the sound at the Levels Brand Weekend been a beautiful Zulu maiden I had spent a great evening with on a first date, I would have just sent her a “Please call hd gr8 tym lst nyt”...

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Photo of the Week

by: Live Stuff - 27 October 2014

Photo of the Week

Each week we profile some of our the best photography by our talented Live SA photographers in our Photo of the Week competition. Head over to our Facebook and Instagram pages to vote for your favorite(s) each week. Here are just a sample of some of our recent photography including this week’s winner Thabiso Molatlhwa plus Neo...

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