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How to become an artisan: A look at what it takes to get into instrumentation

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 5 October 2017

How to become an artisan: A look at what it takes to get into instrumentation

You don’t have to doctor, engineer or lawyer to have a successful career. For the people that prefer work that is more technical, a career in the trade industry has become an enticing and well-paying option. Meet Clevelynne Cloete, the 26-year-old who spends her days donning overalls and heavy duty boots, working as an instrumentation...

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Breaking into the industry: How to become a theatre actor

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 27 September 2017

Breaking into the industry: How to become a theatre actor

Theatre has not always been accessible to the masses, especially black people. We’ve seen #OpenUpTheIndustry calling out casting directors and programme managers in film, TV and radio but what about theatre? With audiences becoming more diverse and black experiences making their way onto the stage, we can’t help but wonder how you land lead roles...

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Digital Marketing 101 For Professionals

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 26 April 2017

Digital Marketing 101 For Professionals

Help launch and grow your business using Digital Marketing. If you’re a professional who wants to learn more about using social media, content, Google Adwords and more, register for this 7-week evening class training programme. Go digital or get left behind In this digital age, professionals should improve their understanding of digital marketing; social media,...

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Up your skills with ReadyToWork

by: Live Staff - 11 April 2017

Up your skills with ReadyToWork

Register NOW to empower your career and business with key Work, Money, People, Entrepreneurial and Digital skills! It’s a fact that young people are the pulse of business and industry. Some of the most innovative and inventive products and services created in the last decade were spearheaded by young people, be they entrepreneurs or in...

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I have a degree but work at a call centre – and other job market rude awakenings

by: Mbulelo Roto - 30 August 2016

I have a degree but work at a call centre – and other job market rude awakenings

When you’re in university, you are sold the dream that when you graduate, you’ll immediately land your dream job and have a nice life. But in the real world, it’s a bit different. We spoke to a few young people who are doing jobs they didn’t see themselves doing. “I’m in retail, dealing with rude...

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So you want to be… a radio sports presenter?

by: Ndimphiwe Gilili - 2 February 2015

So you want to be… a radio sports presenter?

Our “So you want  to be…” weekly series aims to help you in the process of choosing a career. We will be speaking to a practising professional to tell us about their field of work. This week, we speak to  26-year-old Sibongile Mafu who is a sports presenter at KFM in Cape Town. Live SA: When...

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The struggles of becoming an artist

by: Nomsa Motale - 27 March 2014

The struggles of becoming an artist

Close your eyes and imagine a room full of colour, lines and shapes. Imagine that you could be anything you wanted to be, that your  dreams are just as essential as breathing, that growing up with a paint brush, a pen, a camera or even a canvas in your hand is nature. Being told that...

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Win an internship with BBDO: Live SA Logo Redesign Competition

by: Sid Sidwaba - 19 August 2013

Win an internship with BBDO: Live SA Logo Redesign Competition

Would you like an internship at one South Africa’s two leading creative agencies 140 BBDO in Cape Town and Net#work BBDO in Johannesburg?   Would you like your design to be our new logo and brand?    ##We have extended the deadline to Monday 9 September 2013!   Today we launch a public competition to redesign our...

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Live from Live – Dewandre

by: Dewandre - 16 January 2013

Live from Live – Dewandre

Issue 7 is close to completion, but the work has not simmered down one bit. But, before you all read my articles in the Magazine. Let me introduce myself. I'm Dewandre Lawrence

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