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Squad Goals: Turn the squad into a stokvel

by: Livhuwani Mukhondo - 9 November 2018

Squad Goals: Turn the squad into a stokvel

Save money the old-fashioned way Whether you are saving for a holiday, travel or school fees; a little goes a long way. Summer approaches with the temptation to spend a lot because there seems to be more places to be: braai invites, weddings and festivals. Saving at this time can be tough, but worry not,...

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Top Five Fridays: Restaurants to get a meal for under R100

by: Livhuwani Mukhondo - 26 October 2018

Top Five Fridays: Restaurants to get a meal for under R100

Spoil yourself without breaking the bank This is goes out to all the foodies and everyone who is looking for a good night out. In this economy it has become a bit expensive to go out and eat when you don’t have the low-down on the cheap places. Well, worry no more- we are the...

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A few words with Zana Masombuka, the Ndebele Superhero

by: Livhuwani Mukhondo - 15 October 2018

A few words with Zana Masombuka, the Ndebele Superhero

This creative director uses science fiction to co-create with the universe Inspired by her small town rural upbringing at KwaNdebele, Siyabuswa, Zana Masombuka is creating artwork that speaks to Africa’s active role in globalisation.Through her work, this 23-year-old freelance creative director is interested in how African artists aim to pioneer the stories being written about...

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Three of Karabo Poppy Moletsane’s most Notable Artworks

by: Livhuwani Mukhondo - 28 September 2018

Three of Karabo Poppy Moletsane’s most Notable Artworks

Preserving the African aesthetic Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane is a multi-award winning illustrator and street artist based in Pretoria. She has taken her place in influencing our spaces through her signature cultural and afrofuturistic visuals. When Karabo was asked what she loved most about creating by Visi, she said it was “the ability to represent the...

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