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Nomsa Mazwai and Nakhane Toure live at Constitution Hill for #MyWorld2015

by: Aluwani Ratshiungo - 26 March 2015

Nomsa Mazwai and Nakhane Toure live at Constitution Hill for #MyWorld2015

SAMA winners Nomsa Mazwai and Nakhane Toure will be performing at Constitution Hill tonight the 26th of March. King Tha better known as Thandiswa Mazwai will be playing a DJ set. The aim of the event is to raise awareness for the UN’s My World 2015 campaign. The  campaign calls on people to vote for the...

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Film review: Chappie, the sci-fi recipe for happy endings

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 25 March 2015

Film review: Chappie, the sci-fi recipe for happy endings

Written by Raeez Jacobs To promote the highly anticipated film Chappie (16), which is currently screening in cinemas across South Africa, Sony Pictures and OMD hand-selected 12 YouTube influencers from across Europe to take part in a live streaming event by popular online video gaming platform, Twitch. Each influencer helped create Europe’s largest shareable piece of...

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PUNK & IVY: South Africa’s best fashion innovators

by: Nadine Kutu - 24 March 2015

PUNK & IVY: South Africa’s best fashion innovators

You don’t have to go to PUNK & IVY, PUNK & IVY will come to you with their new mobile fashion boutique! Khaya and Bianca Sibiya recently launched their PUNK & IVY mobile boutique, AKA  “motique”, just in time for winter. Walking into PUNK & IVY’s motique  is like walking into a fashion candy store....

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So you want to be… a mime artist?

by: Philela Singama - 24 March 2015

So you want to be… a mime artist?

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 Leigh Collins, a mime artist and mime artist trainer. Watch video below....

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A survival guide to unpaid internships

by: Fatima Mathivha - 23 March 2015

A survival guide to unpaid internships

We, at Live SA, know exactly what it’s like being unpaid interns. Being an unpaid intern is like being stranded on a deserted island – it’s uncomfortable, it’s scary, and at the end there can only be one. This is Survivor Unpaid Internships. Here’s a guide on how to outwit, outplay, outlast. The tribe has...

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Bucket toilets still a reality in parts of South Africa

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 20 March 2015

Bucket toilets still a reality in parts of South Africa

In January last year, six year old Micheal Komape lost his life when he fell into a pit toilet at Mahlodumela Primary School in Limpopo. Fast forward five months later and protesters in Diepkloof, Soweto were flashing their buttocks at passing motorists in protest of the bucket toilet system. And who can forget the infamy of...

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DA’s motion of no confidence against Zuma flops

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 20 March 2015

DA’s motion of no confidence against Zuma flops

On Tuesday, the National Assembly voted on a proposed motion of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma. Led by the Democratic Alliance’s parliamentary leader, Mmusi Maimane, the proposed motion expressed the opposition’s disapproval with the president’s list of misdemeanors. “We cannot in good conscience allow the needs of millions of South Africans to be superseded by...

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#CreateWithCanon – basics of photography

by: Siyabonga Mkhasibe - 20 March 2015

#CreateWithCanon – basics of photography

Our friends at Canon South Africa have given us the pocket-friendly Canon PowerShot SX600 HS to use over the next three months to explore the things we do, the things we see, and the things we create through photography. I’ve always enjoyed replaying beautiful moments in my head. Moments of friends, family and events; yet...

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