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4 times inclusivity and representation won this year

by: admin - 22 September 2017

4 times inclusivity and representation won this year

Plus-size, queer, being as dark as Alek Wek; suddenly everything society told us was wrong with us is what is helping us get ahead. Here are 4 reasons why there has never been a better time be yourself. 1. The Thick Leeyonce clapback that was heard around the world Things didn’t turn out as planned...

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Take your business to the next level with Digify PRO Start UP

by: admin - 14 September 2017

Take your business to the next level with Digify PRO Start UP

Facebook Africa and Livity Africa are on a mission to digify businesses owned by young people through Digify PRO StartUp. The programme is aimed at helping youth-enterprises become competitive – through digital skills, in particular understanding Facebook and Instagram as business tools. With over 14 million users in South Africa, Facebook is the biggest online...

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Lead Africa’s digital revolution

by: admin - 14 September 2017

Lead Africa’s digital revolution

We are looking for trainers who have in-depth knowledge and are experienced in digital marketing and technology to join the Digify Africa trainer network. Digify Africa is an award-winning digital training initiative delivered by Livity Africa. The initiative is designed to upskill the next generation of digital talent in preparation for jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities...

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Friday Fun: Watch the latest episode of We Know Everything

by: admin - 1 September 2017

Friday Fun: Watch the latest episode of We Know Everything

Start Spring with some chuckles by watching We Know Everything with Tshepo Sponono-fierce Mosokotso and Gabriela Mc Gowan

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Ballin’ on NSFAS budget: How Sibongile spent R818 000

by: admin - 30 August 2017

Ballin’ on NSFAS budget: How Sibongile spent R818 000

What would you do if you woke up with R14 million in your account? Well, that is what happened to one Walter Sisulu University student Sibongile Mani. According to Intellimali (the organisation that is responsible for distributing NSFAS loans to Walter Sisulu University students), they accidentally deposited 14 million instead of the standard R1 400....

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Event Review: Film Noire centers the black experience

by: admin - 29 August 2017

Event Review: Film Noire centers the black experience

South African film has a long and racist history. From Allan Quatermain to the long list of Leon Schuster films, the representation of black people on the silver screen has mostly taken (with the exception of a few movies) three routes; It has either been the complete erasure of black people to representation without nuance...

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So you want to be a Tenderpreneur?

by: admin - 28 August 2017

So you want to be a Tenderpreneur?

The tender system has been around for centuries. From France to England, the tendering process has been used by governments and companies to outsource services. In South Africa, tenderpreneurship rose to popularity post-apartheid. The ANC government has used the procurement process as a strategy to empower black people. Just in this year’s national budget, there...

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Amplify your activism work with Women Deliver

by: admin - 25 August 2017

Amplify your activism work with Women Deliver

From Malala Yousafzai to Nelson Mandela’s time in the ANC Youth League, history has shown the important role that young people can play in fighting for human rights. Now, Women Deliver is looking to groom a new generation of activists to take on the fight to achieve gender equality. The organisation is looking for 300...

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Tshepo and Gabriela recap the drama of the past week on We Know Everything

by: admin - 25 August 2017

Tshepo and Gabriela recap the drama of the past week on We Know Everything

Tshepo and Gabriela are back with another hilarious episode of We Know Everything.  Watch as they recap the drama of the past week.

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The police could be spying on you

by: admin - 23 August 2017

The police could be spying on you

The South African Police could be spying on you, and you would have no idea. Social movement organisation Right 2 Know (R2K) have revealed that the South African Police Service (SAPS) are accessing thousands of people’s sensitive communications information every year. While the RICA law requires police to get the permission of a special judge,...

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