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5 funny Facebook vloggers you should watch

by: Vuyisile Kubeka - 21 June 2016

5 funny Facebook vloggers you should watch

Social media has made it easier for young people trying to break into the entertainment industry. With recent calls for people to #OpenUpTheIndustry, young South Africans have started looking for new avenues to market themselves. Here is a list of young entertainers using Facebook to showcase their talent. Zikhona Nongqiza Msuthu Zikhona is a good...

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Meet the two South African bloggers with over 250 000 followers between them

by: Shingai Darangwa - 29 February 2016

Meet the two South African bloggers with over 250 000 followers between them

Theodora Lee and Aisha Baker are among the bloggers nominated for a 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award in the new category Best Blogger (Africa).  We had a chat with the star bloggers about their journeys, audiences, nominations and more. Theodora Lee  Live SA: Please tell us a bit about your journey and what got you into blogging....

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Diary of a Zulu Girl author on how to self-publish

by: Kgorula Bitterhout - 22 June 2015

Diary of a Zulu Girl author on how to self-publish

“Diary of a Zulu Girl started as a prank on a friend,” says Mike Maphoto, who started writing a fictional story of a traditional Zulu girl who moves from KwaZulu Natal and gets a taste of the high life in Jo’burg. The story has now earned itself 200 000 followers on the blog. Imagine if you could...

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Fashion bloggers who mean business

by: Kgorula Bitterhout - 26 May 2015

Fashion bloggers who mean business

  Many people have jumped on the fashion blogging bandwagon, and some among that ever-expanding group are doing serious business. These photogenic folk are creating names for themselves through their blogs and cashing in on their eye for style and trends. This is what three popular fashion content creators we spoke to said about the...

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Seeing a different you

by: Khotso Masilela - 22 December 2014

Seeing a different you

As commercial as art can be, it’s also still a very niche market in South Africa. With that comes more than just the idea of “pretty pictures.” Art entails concepts and perspectives. One perspective in particular comes from an amazing collective that goes by the moniker “I See a Different You”.  The trio, who are...

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FREE Social Media Week talks to attend next week Monday

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 18 September 2014

FREE Social Media Week talks to attend next week Monday

The international phenomenon Social Media Week hits Joburg next week, we are hosting three banging social media talks on Monday 22 September from 9.30am to 1.30pm. Venue:  Livity Africa/ Live SA offices, 73 Juta street, Braamfontein, 2001 The program on the day Mon, Sep 22 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM SOCIAL MEDIA AS A DRIVER FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL...

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Tom Kennedy From Don’t Party gives blogging tips at Live Mag

by: Linda - 22 February 2013

Tom Kennedy From Don’t Party gives blogging tips at Live Mag

Tom Kennedy is a laid back and urban guy who would inspire the ambitious and creative soul who loves a good dose of music, entertainment and things alike. He is the owner of a popular night spot in Cape Town, Fiction and one of the countries most successful blog sites, Don’t Party – a platform...

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A Day in the Life: Style blogger Malibongwe Tyilo

by: Khaya - 9 May 2012

A Day in the Life: Style blogger Malibongwe Tyilo

Writer and photographer: Nonduduzo Ngcobo Everyone is talking about blogging these days. What was originally a frivolous pastime has spawned blockbuster movies and created hip careers. To cash in on this phenomenon, we hunted down one of the more famous local bloggers, fresh off his win for best fashion blog at the Marie Claire Awards....

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