How 2016 South African Municipal Elections Performed on Social Media

As we publish this post, we are left with less than 3hrs before closing of the polls for South Africa's most contested municipal elections in the country's 22 years of democracy. This is the 4th time Mzansi is having this category of democratic elections. It has become practice with events of this magnitude on the…

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Up the stairs to self-actualization

For a lot of us twenty-something-year-olds, identity has been SERIOUS a war. “Where am I right now?”, “Where am I going?”, "What do I want?", "What do I have?" These questions are what causes the many little heart attacks we experience throughout our lives whenever we pause to consider our progress in life. This is…

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Like TED, ‘self’ is an idea worth sharing

SELF. Write about 'self' and what you are doing  to rise to 'self'. That's what my boss said when he themed July the month of 'Self'. Sure that's easy. I can just ramble about myself, stick a few selfies and call it a day and a blog, right? WRONG! My boss was asking for more…

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self-learning in the name of apps

The Google Play Store has got to be one of the greatest genius ideas there is in this era. With a multitude of educational, game applications just waiting to be explored. Anyone with an Android smartphone is no stranger to this. It would only make perfect sense to make use of your smartphone or tablet…

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Self-learning for Mandela Month

The late former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela taught  the world the art of caring for others. As a result, South Africa celebrate his kind deeds the whole month of July - since  it's Mandela Month. Where kind deeds are extended to the less fortunate in the spirit of the Nobel Peace Award winner.…

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Africa’s youth move towards digital enterprise – on to greener pastures

It's 2016 and youth across the globe are all about digital but, alas, the African continent is still predominantly using analog communication. Youth unemployment is depressingly high and the ailing economy and lingering debts are not doing much to help the morale. But let's not focus on that now, okay? I'm sure there are other places…

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