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Skyf Pain: Documenting The Johannesburg Tattoo Scene

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 23 October 2018

Skyf Pain: Documenting The Johannesburg Tattoo Scene

Take It To Valhalla Films Gets Lost In The Pain Over the last few years, YouTube has been one of the platforms that has seen the rise in people managing to turn their side hustles into their main hustles. It has also opened up the wave of opportunity for those who choose to cross over...

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Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng: “I think it is important to never forget why you started doing the work that you do.”

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 10 October 2018

Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng: “I think it is important to never forget why you started doing the work that you do.”

Sexual And Reproductive Justice, Thrills With Dr. T And More! America has had a pivotal period in politics over the last few weeks. Brett Kavanaugh rose to the highest court in the land as he was confirmed as a US Supreme Court Justice by the US Senate this past weekend. On the other hand, Dr....

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Women In Sports: South Africa Needs To Do Better

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 2 October 2018

Women In Sports: South Africa Needs To Do Better

Sexism, Unequal Pay And Sexual Harassment At The Heart Of Their Challenges Banyana Banyana defeated Cameroon on the 22nd of August at the Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth, in order to win the 2018 COSAFA Women Championship title. It was striker, Refiloe Jane’s brace which managed to clinch them the title for a second successive...

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Top Five Fridays: Local Natural Hair Care Brands To Lookout For

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 28 September 2018

Top Five Fridays: Local Natural Hair Care Brands To Lookout For

This week we list the Top Five South African natural hair care brands that you should look out for The second annual Johannesburg Natural Hair Expo took place on Monday, 24 September 2018 at Constitution Hill. The Hair-itage themed gathering of naturalitas, made for a diverse celebration of our African Heritage. “This is not just...

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Live VIP #YOUTH2014: LET THE 30% REST

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 18 June 2014

Live VIP #YOUTH2014: LET THE 30% REST

by Mamaili Mamaila Whenever the issue of our education system is raised, I almost entirely lose interest because over the years, I have found that people often put their opinions on the matter forward as fact. Recently, a study by the World Economic Forum (WEF) ranked South Africa 148th out of 148 countries on the quality of maths...

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