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Nunnovation who?

by: Digify ZA - 20 October 2014

Nunnovation who?

Written by Nondumiso Petlele @Msss_Jackson Pictures by Gugu Kheswa @IamKweli As I get ready to do my research on NUNNOVATION, naturally I go on to their website to get a feel for what they do and I got to the site only to find that it has crashed “our systems crashed cause of all the...

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Register now for VIP Debate Club: Race in SA – 20 years of what?

by: Live Events - 17 October 2014

Register now for VIP Debate Club: Race in SA – 20 years of what?

VIP Debate Club #2 Race in SA: 20 Years of What? Date: Tuesday 28 October 2014 Time: 5.30pm to 7pm Venue: Bannister Hotel, 9 De Beer Street, Braamfontein Register: It’s free to attend, however please complete our form below. The VIP Debate Club is back in Braamfontein this month. Join us for our new Live VIP...

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H2OAfrica: Animal Instincts

by: Thabiso Molatlhwa - 16 October 2014

H2OAfrica: Animal Instincts

Known for its spectacular lighting & laser shows, mind-blowing staging, sound rigs and mesmerising dancers, H2OAfrica is the ultimate paradise for all party-goers. Featuring an urban blend of clubbers, local residents, freaks, mature party-goers, fresh faces, a wide range of global visitors and just plain music fanatics, no wonder this particular event is declared the...

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Young person to watch: Poet Sinazo Peter

by: Simamkele Matuntuta - 16 October 2014

Young person to watch: Poet Sinazo Peter

Poet Sinazo Peter says winning the Open Book Poetry Slam in September this year was humbling. The Eastern Cape-born artist, who writes and recites poetry only in her native Xhosa language, was one of the contestants at the annual literary festival, which takes place at the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town. The 22-year-old says she’s...

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Skinny shaming is body shaming too

by: Sinayo Twani - 15 October 2014

Skinny shaming is body shaming too

I’m sure you’ve heard about fat-shaming, but what about discrimination against skinny people? You might look at me and think: “You’re so lucky to be skinny,” rolling your eyes. But I want to tell you that skinny-shaming exists, and it’s wrong. I know this because I’ve been on the receiving end of it many times....

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WIN: Original Zulu snapback

by: Live Events - 15 October 2014

WIN: Original Zulu snapback

WIN AN ORIGINAL ZULU SNAPBACK OR BEANIE Street-wear brand Original Zulu was launched  in 2013 with head gear products (snapbacks and beanies) which are available from Dipstreetstore, Braamfontien,Johannesburg. We have 2 snapbacks and 1 beanie to giveaway thanks to Original Zulu. Enter your details below for a chance to WIN. Competition closes Friday 24 October. Follow...

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iKamva Careers Day

by: Kay Selisho - 14 October 2014

iKamva Careers Day

SizweNtsalubaGobodo in conjunction with community driven initiative iKamva are inviting you to the iKamva Careers Day. Aimed at learners from grade 8 – 12, SizweNtsalubaGobodo seeks to empower learners through developing the knowledge, attitude and skills that the learners will need to pursue their professional goals. Young people who that are successful in their respective...

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A Visual Narrative: #4

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 14 October 2014

A Visual Narrative: #4

#4 is…  A collaborative visual narrative by Ruramai Rudo Musekiwa alongside four writers. The overarching theme in this introductory body of work is freedom, a relative concept but relevant in its subjective definition. Juxtaposed with inner conflict the four writers bring in an interesting dimension to this visual narrative by each writing a stanza of...

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