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Top Five Fridays: Best Social Media campaigns

by: Mamaputle Boikanyo - 18 January 2019

Top Five Fridays: Best Social Media campaigns

Hits and misses of the best ad campaigns online Social media has forced advertising companies and brands to push the boundaries and produce interesting ad campaigns to keep their brands relevant. We have had some hits and we have had a few misses (Remember, they call me Becky). In the age of digital, brands are...

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Surviving R Kelly and all the other predators hiding in plain sight

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 17 January 2019

Surviving R Kelly and all the other predators hiding in plain sight

Has preying on teenage girls become an accepted norm in our society? When Surviving R Kelly aired on the 3rd January, it became more than just an expose of the deeds of a predator hiding in plain sight, it opened up the wounds of women and girls all over the world who have been preyed...

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Book Review: Small Things by Nthikeng Mohlele

by: Mamaputle Boikanyo - 4 January 2019

Book Review: Small Things by Nthikeng Mohlele

Nthikeng narrates loss and love in Johannesburg We’re all somewhat familiar with the stereotypical figure of the romantic and struggling artist of the city. He’s (because they’re oftentimes portrayed as male) the creative dude who resists working for the man or being a slave to society. More often than not, he’s got a sharp tongue...

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Top Five Fridays: Movies that Made 2018

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 28 December 2018

Top Five Fridays: Movies that Made 2018

We count down the Top Five Movies of 2018 It’s officially the last Friday of 2018 and what better way to end the year then with a Top Five. This week we list the movies that were well loved and much anticipated, the movies we pored over each trailer.Some were better received than others but...

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Women activists have dominated the activism space in 2018

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 26 December 2018

Women activists have dominated the activism space in 2018

According to a report by Amnesty International, women activists have led the charge this year While women’s rights groups have always been active in the social justice space, 2018 saw women take the forefront in fighting for their rights on a grand scale. According to the latest report by the Amnesty International called Rights Today,...

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Here’s what South Africa has been listening to in 2018

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 24 December 2018

Here’s what South Africa has been listening to in 2018

We take a look at the most streamed artists and albums on Spotify Summer is finally upon us and this is the dawn of Dezember grooves, braais around the pool and voshos with no worries of going to work tomorrow. As South Africans one thing that has served as an agent of unity, is our...

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Top Five Fridays: South African Youtubers that we love

by: Tshituku Ndadza - 21 December 2018

Top Five Fridays: South African Youtubers that we love

We list the Top Five SA Youtubers that have got us hitting subscribe YouTube has become a platform where people can express themselves and show the world their talents. In South Africa, people are becoming aware of the opportunities that YouTube is giving content creators.   For this week’s Top Five Fridays, we list our...

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Sho Madjozi drops new album “Limpopo Champions League”

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 19 December 2018

Sho Madjozi drops new album “Limpopo Champions League”

The Huku hitmaker has just gotten bigger Right on the heels of her successful show at the SoleDXB festival in Dubai, rapper and poet, Sho Madjozi is ready for local and international success. Last week was a big one for the Tsonga queen, she launched two major projects: a collaboration with Edgars and her debut...

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