Uber is the answer to women wanting to enter the taxi sector safely

I was driven by a lady in my last Uber trip during this past weekend, and this was the first time since I started using this convenient service in January of this year. The significance of the experience has 2 aspects to it: As South Africans will relate, August is Women's Month. Thus, the timing…

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Facebook making it’s mark in Africa

Facebook has well over 1.49 billion active users in the whole world, and 120 million of the users are from Africa. It is estimated that more than 80% of the users in Africa access the social media platform from their mobile phones. There is a steady growth of internet connection across the whole continent and Facebook…

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WomDigital-a women’s month edition

August is women’s month in South Africa, a time to celebrate the precious beings that have ever graced this world. It is not a secret that we are better beings,whether of male or female specie because of our mothers (women). Even though this is a month allocated to honor their contribution to giving birth to…

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Is it breaking or chaining the internet…?

On the surface it would be easy to dismiss the news about 50cent declaring bankruptcy as blogzine gossip. Deeper delving would reveal the red tape pertaining to breaking the internet through unsolicited publishing of content. 50cent published an X-rated tape of another rapper’s ex-partner just out of spite. A lawsuit  ensued. Ultimately  a court jury…

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Will Kenya be a hub for regional trade after #GES2015 ?

Its no secret that Kenya is one of the few countries on the African continent with the fastest internet connection. According to a recent report done this year, by the communications authority of Kenya , majority of users continue to access the internet via their mobile phones with a whooping subscription growth percentage of at…

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