Last week’s 2 major events proved #SouthAfrica’s legal system is robust

This post is part of a series about Africa's positive stories. Last week, 2 major events happened in South Africa that put a positive spotlight on the country's legal system: (a) continuation of the Oscar Pistorius trial that started at beginning of March and is scheduled to run until early May;  and (b) announcement of…

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#Digital music in #Africa must be by #Africans!

  Those around me have heard me go on about my love for AKA's newly launched single : Congratulate. Apparently the single is doing well on iTunes. In a previous post [ http://enitiate.solutions/en/digital-goes-platinum/ ] I stated how SA needs a reliable digital music downloads aggregator. Before congratulating anyone on being no.1 I'm certain facts would be needed.…

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Africa’s YouTube – Telling African stories

The world is dominated by inventions from the West (USA) and hard-working sweat shops in the East (China) who create the products that the world loves and adores. Big brands like Nike, Apple and many others have won over the world and continue to create products that make our lives more convenient and pleasurable. And…

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Nanny ‘cams’ Pros and Cons

Armed as I am with a reasonable grasp of technology and my willingness to embrace the outcomes of having a hidden surveillance device in my home,to watch my child's caregiver or nanny,I decided to go on-line and shop around for the different gadgets available and just how reliable they are as far as my having access…

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How American Swiss Uses Crowdsourcing Campaign to Promote Products?

I rarely open newsletters because it’s normally the same message all the time, introduction or opening letter, specials or discounts in store and the usual competition. But this newsletter appealed to me because it asked me to take part in something bigger, “create your own billboard” that will be used in their next campaign.  …

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Lost in translation #Interpretation #OscarTrial

It’s been more than 2 weeks since the start of the Oscar Pistorius trial, and there has already been an impediment around language interpretation after Michelle Burger's interpreter failed to get the English version of events right. This comes after the infuriating events of the fake interpreter at the Mandela memorial, last year December. #LostInTranslation…

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