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The nightmare of being coloured on Heritage Day

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 18 September 2017

The nightmare of being coloured on Heritage Day

Growing up coloured, Heritage Day would always be one of the most awkward celebrations for me. People at school would be wearing their traditional clothes, ready with answers about what foods they will be eating. Even simple questions like “Where’s home?” would be a nightmare. This is owed to the fact that I, like many...

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DooWap talks DJing and Deals

by: Cole Ndelu - 15 September 2017

DooWap talks DJing and Deals

From her music to her fashion style, everything about Khetsiwe Morgan is complex and eclectic. With her luminous neon braids and the triangle tattoo placed squarely at the center of her face, Khetsiwe who is commonly known as DJ DooWap defies the very concept of ordinary. This is evident with her music which draws inspiration...

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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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The New Nerd’s Guide to Black Superheroes

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 14 September 2017

The New Nerd’s Guide to Black Superheroes

To those who have just joined the superhero nerd club, welcome. The world of meta humans, gods, and alien beings may seem milky white and you’re probably wondering if Black Panther is the only black superbeing. Thankfully, this is not true. While you wait in eager anticipation for the premiere of the Black Panther film...

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The black saviour: Introducing the black Powerpuff Girl

by: Armand Mukenge - 14 September 2017

The black saviour: Introducing the black Powerpuff Girl

The introduction of the first black character on Powerpuff Girls was met with much celebration and cheer. The addition of the Powerpuff girl will play an important role for many young black kids who will get to see themselves represented kicking ass and taking names. But let’s be honest, Powerpuff Girls has been struggling since the...

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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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Meet the 22-year-old that went from mixing paint to head chef

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 13 September 2017

Meet the 22-year-old that went from mixing paint to head chef

At 12 years old, Lurenzo already knew what he wanted to become. In grade four his cousin had lent him a chef’s uniform to wear on career day, and from that day he has been steadfast in pursuing his dream. He completed high school but his dream of pursuing culinary art was halted because he...

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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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Comedy and errors with Khanyisa Bhunu

by: Lerato Motsiri - 31 August 2017

Comedy and errors with Khanyisa Bhunu

It has been eight years since Khanyisa Bunu ditched the blackboard and chalk for a life on stage delivering comedic punchlines and laughter. We caught up with the teacher turned comedian and actress at DRUMBeat Festival to see what has been going on in her life since making the big move. It’s hard to miss...

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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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