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Cape Town, here’s a chance to kickstart your digital marketing career for free

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 2 November 2015

Cape Town, here’s a chance to kickstart your digital marketing career for free

Ever wondered how major brands like Mini Cooper, Nandos’ and MTN spread the word about their products in the digital space? Well, look no further because DigifyZA is here to give you all the answers. Developed by Livity Africa, in partnership with Google South Africa and IAB SA, DigifyZA is a free digital marketing boot...

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Could you be what DigifyZA 6.0 is looking for?

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 26 October 2015

Could you be what DigifyZA 6.0 is looking for?

Have you ever wanted to work on digital campaigns for big brands like Red Bull, KitKat, MTN or Nandos? How about getting a chance to spend three months in a boot camp that will not only teach you all you need to know about digital marketing but you will not have to pay a single...

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Mama’s Kitchen rocked Braamfontein

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 15 October 2015

Mama’s Kitchen rocked Braamfontein

Oh yes! Mama’s Kitchen came back to the Bannister Hotel and it rocked the crowd with its vibey set up. New Creations, the organisers, brought two bands to perform. Go Barefoot Band, an all white-boy band, were literally bare-footed during their performance. I kid you not, something about their lyrics and how their beats synchronised...

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Digify 5.0 Week 1- Done and Dusted

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 14 September 2015

Digify 5.0 Week 1- Done and Dusted

The first week for the Digify team in Johannesburg is done and dusted. Livity Africa welcomed 20 students into the program and their week was filled with introductory activities and sessions about presenting skills as well as Google analytics and AdWords (which will continue throughout the three month program). Well, the Digify 5.0 cohort is...

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Creative Hustles : Are musicians standing in the way of their own greatness?

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 22 July 2015

Creative Hustles : Are musicians standing in the way of their own greatness?

Creative Hustles, was organised by Livity Africa with the help of the British Council, planned to fill in some of the missing gaps by inviting industry people to a discussion on these issues. The panel, facilitated by Lee Kasumba, consisted of Mulo Hlongwane former Yfm DJ; Johan Venter an electronic music producer; Allison Swank a...

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Creating opportunities with #DigitalHustle

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 1 July 2015

Creating opportunities with #DigitalHustle

I’m quite a fanatic when it comes to anything that has to do with the digital space because I would like to explore it more than I am right now. Yes, I have my own website and I’m one of the fantastic contributors at the most-read online youth publications in the country (flicks hair). However, #DigitalHustle...

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Could a marriage contract be the answer to spousal abuse?

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 5 June 2015

Could a marriage contract be the answer to spousal abuse?

Not since the Oscar Pistorius trial has the country’s collective attention been captivated by the deaths of young women at the hands of their partners. Port Elizabeth teacher, Jayde Panayiotou, was allegedly murdered by her husband Christopher Panayiotou who has since claimed in court, that his wife was too expensive to maintain. In addition to that,...

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A change of routine

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 12 May 2015

A change of routine

Dance institutions like Khabonina’s dance school, Somizi’s dance facility and DanceWeb studios are considered to be some of the best platforms to provide a path for dancers that want to be part of award events, which are considered as central attractions in SA. Award shows are known to have a large viewership and as a...

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Entrepreneurship alive in fashion

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 2 May 2015

Entrepreneurship alive in fashion

Entrepreneurship have contributed immensely to the economy of our country. It’s delightful to know that among these entrepreneurs, women are now being recognized as part of these extensive contributors. One woman in particular, Roxy Farrera, has worked hard as an entrepreneur within the fashion industry to make a name for herself. She is the owner...

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Cooking in the basement with The Muffinz

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 30 April 2015

Cooking in the basement with The Muffinz

It’s a Friday night and everyone is on the lookout for the perfect spot to turn up in Braamfontein. Even with a slight urge to head back home because of the cold breeze, a huge part of me was seriously looking forward to a particular performance at an event called Mama’s Kitchen at the Bannister...

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