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YFM Brings Youth Day to LYFE

by: Mamaputle Boikanyo - 12 June 2018

YFM Brings Youth Day to LYFE

On the 16th of June this year Yfm will collaborate with MTN at Newtown’s Park Station to showcase some of the best and most appealing creatives in South Africa at its LYFE event.  Celebrated artists and fashionistas will be at the event and A-list musicians like Sho Madjozi, Shane Eagle and Kwesta will be featured as part...

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The youth are our future, but how are we helping them?

by: Live Staff - 21 June 2017

The youth are our future, but how are we helping them?

To a large extent, South Africa has been built on the backs of the youth, from the 1960 Sharpeville massacre and the 1976 riots to the more recent #FeesMustFall movement. Young people have often put their bodies on the line to fight for basic human rights. Every year, when Youth Month comes around, we hear...

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5 Young South Africans owning the cultural space

by: Mayuyuka Kaunda - 15 June 2017

5 Young South Africans owning the cultural space

We’ve come across a range of young people throughout the year who’ve entertained and educated us in equal measure. We highlight five shining stars of the South African cultural sector. Celebrating their contributions from vlogging to fashion with Youth Day upon us, here’s why you should get to know them. THATO MAHAPA – lifestyle blogger (Bearded...

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Social Networking Through The Social Call

by: Thabiso Molatlhwa - 1 July 2014

Social Networking Through The Social Call

Blaq Apple Communication, YDiDi and Eplazini Brand Communications collaboratively held a networking workshop at Tso’s Butchery, Kagiso this past weekend that gave young entrepreneurs the chance to meet up all for the sake of networking. Can I call it social networking? Well, The Social Call is a platform for young entrepreneurs that encourages them to exchange ideas, discuss youth...

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Young and Free

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 19 June 2014

Young and Free

“I am writing to you, Sir, because I have a growing, nightmarish fear that unless something drastic is done very soon, then bloodshed and violence in South Africa are going to happen almost inevitably. A people can only take so much and no more… we may soon reach a point of no return.” – Extract...

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