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Are you a Young Creative Entrepreneur?

by: Contributor - 23 April 2014

Are you a Young Creative Entrepreneur?

 Are you a creative entrepreneur who wants to win a trip to the UK to make networks, attend master classes and attend the Remix Summit (UK), exploring the intersection between Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship? In February the British Council Connect ZA launched the Young Creative Entrepreneur Awards with the first two, Digital Publishing and Live Music....

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DStv rocked Emonti!

by: Contributor - 22 April 2014

DStv rocked Emonti!

By Mpendulo Ndlovu If you thought Emonti is just a small boring town  well you better think again!  DStv iRock Festival Emonti took place during the Easter Weekend and the  Turn Up was amazing and the crowd loved the performances. The music festival kicked off with a bang on Saturday, 19 April and  featured award...

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Colour Bombs and Political Opinions Fly at We Are One Colour Festival 2014

by: Contributor - 26 March 2014

Colour Bombs and Political Opinions Fly at  We Are One Colour Festival 2014

Words by Mooketsi Nthite / Photography by  Adrian Geldenhuis We Are One 2014 took place on Human Rights Day in Cape Town and in Emmarantia Dam, Joburg the following day. As usual it was packed with thousands of party animals gyrating to mainly house grooves churned out by the DJs. Most people stuck to the all-white theme but after thrashing...

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Beauty as an opinion

by: Contributor - 25 March 2014

Beauty as an opinion

Words by Kets Mamabolo Hollywood has its crushes that are as erratic as Cape Town’s weather, however when a large amount of noise was made about a certain African actress I took notice. My thoughts were running wild…How long before they bring her looks into it? Are they praising her because she’s African? It didn’t take...

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The Sham That Is Sexism

by: Contributor - 10 February 2014

The Sham That Is Sexism

written by Daluxolo Shongwe After dinner with a couple of guy friends at Mugg&Bean, we came across this woman sitting all by herself on a bench. This was around 8 in the evening. In my mind I thought she perhaps needed some company so I greeted her. She however, didn’t react, but instead of walking...

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R.I.P. Tata Madiba

by: Contributor - 6 December 2013

R.I.P. Tata Madiba

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013) As the nation, the continent and the world mourns the passing of a world leader, visionary, father, grandfather and activist for peace, we reflect on some of his most inspiring words… 1.  “What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is...

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It’s Never Too Late To Be Late!

by: Contributor - 10 September 2013

It’s Never Too Late To Be Late!

So while African Time goes through all its last minute tweaks and twerks, we thought we'd enlighten you on some timeless “excuses” for being late...

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young people to watch: Lazer

by: Contributor - 27 August 2013

young people to watch: Lazer

Leletu Leroy Nohayi is a recording artist from Langa Township, Cape Town

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Live top 10 Female vocalists

by: Contributor - 6 August 2013

Live top 10 Female vocalists

As a tribute to Women's' Month, I've decided to dedicate this Top 10 to women vocalist who just kill every time you listen to them.

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Nono’s No No Ignites Civil Uproar

by: Contributor - 11 July 2013

Nono’s No No Ignites Civil Uproar

The controversial story of Lunga Goodman Nono is the latest buzz sweeping the streets of Cape Town. This 51-year-old busker was reportedly removed with vicious content by metro police officers after it was discovered that he was playing after his permitted hours as instructed by law.

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