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The National Arts Festival is once again offering those planning on travelling to Grahamstown the chance to snap up some hot tickets before the full programme goes on sale on 7 May, with its ‘Early Bird’ booking promotion. From today a selection of shows goes on sale at www.nationalartsfestival.co.za with more being added over the next few weeks. The Festival takes place...
South African trusts, foundations, corporations and individuals are donating more to local universities than ever before – but the vast majority of funding is still being channelled to so-called traditional higher education institutions. These are key findings in the latest (2017) Annual Survey of Philanthropy in Higher Education (ASPIHE), based on 2016 figures. Research is conducted under the auspices of Inyathelo, the South...
Over the last 6 months Domestly has been hard at working making some big changes and improvements to their service, not only for the customer but also to improve the lives of their cleaners, or Home Heroes as they like to call them. In the last 6 months, Domestly has managed to raise a large round of funding from the...
Who would have thought an amazing home like this would be made from waste materials?! Lifehaus blends low-cost off-grid appeal with luxurious taste. A combo most would struggle to achieve. Lifehaus is a Lebanon-based company founded by Nizar Haddad, which pioneers energy-neutral dwellings made from recycled materials sourced locally. In these green homes, one would bid farewell to utility...
KwaZulu-Natal entrepreneur and financial services trailblazer, Kershen Pillay, will compete against some of South Africa’s most innovative business minds at the 17th Oliver Top Empowerment Awards in Johannesburg next week (12 April 2018). The 31 year old CEO of Masifunde Training Centre (MTC) in Umhlanga has been shortlisted in two categories, namely Top Empowered Business Leader of the Year...
Nunnovation Africa Foundation has recently established a new initiative known as Code Ctrl which focuses on upskilling children and teenagers in programming and coding. The coding classes are available for kids between the ages of 7 to 15 years old. As technology dominates our lives, learning basic computer programming isn't just a smart idea, it's an essential skill for...
Goodyear South Africa is proud to announce the launch of its enterprise and supplier development initiative, Umthombo Development Programme. Umthombo which means fountain and signifies "the source from which something proceeds or is supplied" is part of Goodyear's commitment to transformation through the development of Black entrepreneurs and enterprises. Goodyear embarked on a transformation journey that entailed forming a project...
Last year I encountered a real-life scenario of how this myth plays itself out and with diabolical consequences. A lady posted an advert on a social forum seeking employment for her friend who has a Masters degree in a technical field. The Masters holder had held a few junior positions and contract work but nothing permanent. A few people...
Global music streaming giant, Spotify, has arrived in South Africa! We know that a lot of us have been patiently waiting for Spotify South Africa to arrive, and as of today, you can now install the app and stream any music you want!   Music is, actually, the soundtrack of life! We’re obsessed with music and we’d like to think you...
Johannesburg, Sandton, 7 March 2018. African Fashion International (AFI) announces the show schedule for the AFI Cape Town Fashion Week. The Fashion Week will take place from the 21st to 24th of March 2018, with continental designers showcasing their creative work. The theme for this year’s Cape Town Fashion Week is #IamAfrica. AFI’s calling summed up in one concise hashtag –...