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route 67, nelson mandela bay tours

Route 67 in Port Elizabeth

By Nomali Cele Travelling locally is eye-opening and can be a joy. While international travel is usually touted as the ...
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City of Ekurhuleni Celebrating the legacy of OR Tambo

O.R. TAMBO COMMEMORATION – OCTOBER 2018 The City of Ekurhuleni conferred the freedom of the city which is considered the ...
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Salads from side dish to main squeeze

Keep it light and healthy with filling, seasonal salads

By: Natasha Archary   Salad season is here. No, this isn’t going to be a mandatory “Get your Summer body” ...
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#GenerationNow Is culture still relevant for millennials in 2018?

By Zuko Komisa In a weekly #GenerationNow conversation on the #TheBestTinTheCity Tbose explored an important question about where we are ...
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Franchising – all you need to know about the South African sector

By Zuko Komisa Buying a franchise requires an understanding that the franchises are a business and every business is there ...
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Newly Weds: Navigating your way through marriage

By Motlagae Konyana It’s wedding season and, once again, it’s going to look like  everyone you know is getting married!  ...
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Spine health

Keep your spine healthy as you age #WorldSpineHealthDay

By: Natasha Archary   Not as limber as you used to be in your early twenties? That’s expected. As you ...
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Long-distance relationship

Long distance relationships in the digital era. To go the distance or not?

By: Natasha Archary   To go the distance or not to? That is the question. With technology this advanced, is ...
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#TheGramSham with Khaya Dlanga

Episode 2 – #TheGramSham with Khaya Dlanga If there were more Khaya Dlanga’s on social media, there’d be no need ...
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Are you financially ready for your new born

By Motlagae Konyana Having a baby is one of the most precious moments that can happen in anyone’s life and ...
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City of Ekurhuleni Celebrating the legacy of OR Tambo

O.R. TAMBO COMMEMORATION – OCTOBER 2018 The City of Ekurhuleni conferred the freedom of the city which is considered the ...
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RMB WINEX

SA’s Must-Attend event showcases an exceptional array of Must-Have brands in the heart of Jozi. Stylistas, trendsetters and the wine ...
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Kaya Legacy Walk

Kaya Legacy Walk/Run

Kaya Legacy Walk Entries are now open for the Kaya Legacy Walk. 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of ...
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The Rhythm Sessions Presents House Of Love

The Rhythm Sessions Presents House of Love is an annual event that will be hosted twice within the year, one ...
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Newly Weds: Navigating your way through marriage

By Motlagae Konyana It’s wedding season and, once again, it’s going to look like  everyone you know is getting married!  ...
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Discipline kids importance of no

Discipline and kids: Raising children to be adults we can be proud of

By: Natasha Archary   Striking a balance between understanding friend and strict parent is a trick I haven’t quite mastered ...
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Dear future domestic worker employer

By Motlagae Konyana The government has neither the means nor the will to keep an eye on what you get ...
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What’s our relationship with the elderly in society today

What’s our relationship with the elderly?

By Zuko Komisa Growing up, we are taught to never wear hats in the house, to give our seats in ...
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Setting boundaries for dysfunctional families

Setting boundaries could help save dysfunctional family relationships

By: Natasha Archary   Blood may be thicker than water but it can’t put out fires on unstable family relationships ...
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Cohabiting in 2018

By Motlagae Konyana Living with your romantic partner without marriage has become increasingly common in our society.  A lot of ...
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How to help your child after they have been sexually abused

By Motlagae Konyana Child sexual abuse in South Africa is extremely high. As a parent or guardian, do you know ...
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Single parent dating

Single parent dating: Introducing your kids to your new love

By: Natasha Archary   I’ve been putting off writing about this for a good few months, so when I was ...
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Raising tolerant children

Raising tolerant, inclusive children

By: Natasha Archary   Parenting in the current global political climate is overwhelming. In an ideal world, the colour of ...
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Nanny or daycare? Weighing the pros and cons of childcare

 By: Natasha Archary     One of the most difficult decisions you will make as a parent is which childcare ...
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African countries’ policies must shift to achieve zero hunger

By: Sheryl L Hendriks, University of Pretoria; Elizabeth Mkandawire, University of Pretoria, and Nosipho Mabuza, University of Pretoria Hunger is ...
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Threats to media freedom in Africa: some old methods and some new

By: George Ogola, University of Central Lancashire The push to tax social media users is gaining momentum across Africa. Shutterstock ...
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Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising

By: Andrew Faull, University of Cape Town There’s been a decline in many crimes in South Africa but the murder ...
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Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency

By: Richard Calland, University of Cape Town Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo is heading up the inquiry into corruption in ...
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Peace prospects are much higher in the Horn of Africa. But obstacles remain.

By: Martin Plaut, School of Advanced Study Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (left) and Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki re-opening the ...
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South Africa is paying a heavy price for dysfunctional local government

By: Dirk Brand, Stellenbosch University Violent protests over the poor delivery of basic municipal services occur frequently in South Africa ...
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Kofi Annan: a complicated legacy of impressive achievements, and some profound failure

By: Danny Bradlow, University of Pretoria Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan left a mixed legacy. EPA-EFE/Martial Trezzini Kofi Annan ...
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Why Zimbabwe’s first elections after the Mugabe ouster are so significant

By: Gift Mwonzora, Rhodes University Supporters attend a Movement For Democratic Change-Alliance campaign rally in Harare. Aaron Ufumeli/EPA The July ...
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Why the Pan-African Parliament must clean up its act if it wants to survive – #AFricaDay

By: Babatunde Fagbayibo, University of South Africa The Pan African Parliament in session in Midrand, South Africa. EPA/Jon Hrusa The ...
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#KayaIsAfrica What we can Africa learn from China

By Zuko Komisa The last three decades of China have been marvelled at by many across the world; how they ...
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Finding love on a tennis court

By Ncebakazi Manzi Boredom during my childhood gifted me with many things. A love for reading and listening to music; ...
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good vibes only, how to support loved ones while setting boundaries

“Good Vibes Only” is a limiting way to approach life

By Nomali Cele People who know me will likely think, well, of course, you have a problem with positivity, which ...
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Subsistence farming: Start with a vegetable garden before asking for land

By Zuko Komisa Subsistence farming has become one of the most important sources of food for Africa. Our people are ...
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office romance, is dating at work a good idea

Is office romance ever a good idea?

By Pretty Mashinini The workplace is not the most ideal place to pursue an intimate relationship, neither is going into ...
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high heel debate

The high heel debate

By: Natasha Archary As women, we tend to suffer for the sake of fashion don’t we? It takes us hours ...
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My Mapungubwe Experience: An exhilarating encounter with restoration.

By Ncebakazi Manzi The word that comes to mind when I recall how I felt while standing at the top ...
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Let’s reclaim feminism and bring it home

Masego Mafata The concept of feminism is often described as a radical western ideal that consists solely of shaming men ...
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To fix South Africa’s dysfunctional state, ditch its colonial heritage

South Africa’s Union Buildings in Pretoria. Paul Saad/Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND Mashupye Herbert Maserumule, Tshwane University of Technology South African President ...
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[OPINION] What do women want from a man?

By: Natasha Archary   The age old question, “What do women actually want from a man?” I’ve reached out to ...
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Is there a difference in the hookup culture for men and women?

By: Natasha Archary   I’m tired of the gender stereotypes around relationships and sex. Aren’t you? Dated research and statistics ...
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Salads from side dish to main squeeze

Keep it light and healthy with filling, seasonal salads

By: Natasha Archary   Salad season is here. No, this isn’t going to be a mandatory “Get your Summer body” ...
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#GenerationNow Is culture still relevant for millennials in 2018?

By Zuko Komisa In a weekly #GenerationNow conversation on the #TheBestTinTheCity Tbose explored an important question about where we are ...
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Long-distance relationship

Long distance relationships in the digital era. To go the distance or not?

By: Natasha Archary   To go the distance or not to? That is the question. With technology this advanced, is ...
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Eskort Just Delicious My Favourite Meals

Bacon Granola with Panna Cotta & Seasonal Fruit Creamy, slightly-sweetened vanilla panna cotta is topped with a crunchy combination of ...
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wear what you like,

How to wear what you like

By Nomali Cele The warmer seasons, more than the other two, lend themselves to wardrobe conflict. This is where what ...
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Night out for two

Review: MonteCasino’s night out for two is back with even more value

By: Natasha Archary   I don’t think telling South Africans to batten down the hatches is the answer. Yes, it’s ...
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Sexting 2.0

Keep things interesting – Sexting 2.0

By: Natasha Archary   A whopping 8 trillion texts are sent every year. With 33% of people preferring texting to ...
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“Phubbing”, “Oversharing” and other smartphone relationship issues

By Zuko Komisa Relationships are not the same way they used to be. Every year, new phenomena and terms are ...
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Innovative date idea: Ziplining in the North West

By: Natasha Archary  My next innovative date adventure took us to the scenic North West province. It seems my date ...
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Sorbet pedicure

Put your best foot forward with a Sorbet pedicure

By: Natasha Archary     Warmer days are finally here! That means you need to stop suffocating your feet under ...
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Make your phone do new things with these Android apps

By Zuko Komisa   Getting the right apps on your phone can make your life so much easier! You operate ...
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Technologies of the future

Technologies of the future that are a lot closer than you think

By Zuko Komisa Technology has drastically evolved that everyday new technology is being developed and shared with the world. The ...
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Digital brand

Build your digital brand presence and stay relevant in a saturated market

By: Natasha Archary   You’re dead in the water if you are yet to embrace technology in some form or ...
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Revenge porn

Revenge porn: is nothing sacred anymore?

By: Natasha Archary     Revenge porn Revenge porn to give you an example: Girl meets boy on online dating ...
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Breaking the internet

Breaking the internet: Anything for likes and giggles

By: Natasha Archary   It’s virtually (no pun intended) impossible to keep up with internet trends and what goes viral ...
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Threads introduces the first fashion hackathon in South Africa

By Motlagae Konyana FASHIONTECH™ AFRICA HACKATHON FASHIONTech™ Hackathon for the programme and is a 24-hour long collaborative exercise where the Threads enterpreneurs team up with ...
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African inventions you need to know about

By Zuko Komisa Watching Black Panther has opened many people’s minds about an Africa reimagined, the imagination of black people ...
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5 Strategic digital and technology trends for 2018

By Motlagae Konyana 2018 comes with a massive shift in digital transformation and marketing. There are new trends entering the ...
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Public Wi-Fi hotspot could steal your personal information

By Zuko Komisa There is an obsession to be connected wherever we go across the board. Whether you are at ...
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.africa (DotAfrica) Domain Set to Solidify Optimistic Spirit of the Continent

By Zuko Komisa A new domain for the African continent has officially been launched across the continent. A roadshow is ...
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route 67, nelson mandela bay tours

Route 67 in Port Elizabeth

By Nomali Cele Travelling locally is eye-opening and can be a joy. While international travel is usually touted as the ...
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Euphoria Golf Lifestyle Estate: The perfect Golfing break outside Gauteng

By Motlagae Konyana Euphoria hydro golf lifestyle estate is minutes away from the Modimolle town center and less than two ...
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let us not be idol or stunned by fear let us not be so comfortable that we ignore another's grieving instead of ending what makes her grieve let us not be scared of the work because it's hard let us move the mountain because the mountain must move let us, oh lords above us and within let us be useful to our neighbors & tender their wounds let us be more bandage than blade unless the blade is needed let us be a sword against what does not bring us closer to home let us be dangerous to that which fails us and bring us a world good to us, all of us all us all us amen

Luxury train travel: The world’s most luxurious railway travel experiences

By Nomali Cele Plus a chance to win a trip on the Blue Train to the value of R32, 860! ...
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Royal Ritsako Game Lodge experience review

By Motlagae Konyana Ritsako game lodge is undoubtly among the perfect and ideal escapes from the city to relax in ...
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tourism month 2018

Tourism Month 2018: SA Tourism has deals planned

By Nomali Cele September is World Tourism Month, which is a month-long exercise meant to encourage people travelling more. Locally, ...
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Great activities you can do for free in any city

By Zuko Komisa We've all found ourselves in a new city. A completely unexplored environment for various reasons, that has ...
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adventure in the eastern cape, dunes in south africa, sandboarding in south africa

Five experiences that prove the Eastern Cape is the adventure province

By Nomali Cele Last week we were invited by SA Tourism and the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency to ...
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Off-peak travel

Off peak travel: Why it makes sense to travel before the annual rush

By: Natasha Archary   Can you believe we’re almost done with August 2018. Another two weeks left and we’ll be ...
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Peaceful Pumba Private Game Reserve and Spa

By Motlagae Konyana Grahamstown is surrounded by beautiful private game reserves and South African Tourism treated us to a stay ...
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asambeni mzansi, sa tourism advert, it's your country enjoy it

Asambeni Mzansi Dialogue by SA Tourism

By Nomali Cele We love travel, so an invite to attend a panel discussion on local travel got an instant ...
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Are you financially ready for your new born

By Motlagae Konyana Having a baby is one of the most precious moments that can happen in anyone’s life and ...
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lay-by payment, how do lay-by payments work,

A lay-by payment could be just what you need

By Nomali Cele I don’t like the term “black tax”. The term and the recent swirl of analysis around it ...
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Why you should check your credit score and credit rating regularly

By Motlagae Konyana Most people don’t think about their credit score or credit rating unless they are getting ready to apply ...
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Every cent counts

By Motlagae Konyana With the cost of living increasing so often in South Africa, maintaining households is becoming extremely difficult ...
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debt counselling, debt counselling in south africa, financial literacy and debt counselling

Understanding debt and financial literacy

By Scelo Hlophe The year 2018 came as a huge knockdown for a lot of South African consumers. The increase ...
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Strange jobs you haven’t thought about that pay exceptionally well

By Zuko Komisa So you’ve decided there has to be more than this job that you are currently doing and ...
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Volatile property market

Buying or selling in a volatile property market

By: Natasha Archary     For as long as people need a roof over their heads, volatile property market or ...
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Can Eskom be saved?

By Khaya Sitole Over 95 years ago, the Electricity Supply Commission now Eskomwas created through the Electricity Act of 1922 ...
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Google data sucks

Tax season hacks, how to win the tax game.

By Zuko Komisa According to the SARS, over 1.6 million people who were not required to pay taxes did so ...
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Dual to single income

Dual to single income households: Surviving on the bare minimum

By: Natasha Archary   With more families moving from dual income to single income households, it seems like budgeting is ...
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Spine health

Keep your spine healthy as you age #WorldSpineHealthDay

By: Natasha Archary   Not as limber as you used to be in your early twenties? That’s expected. As you ...
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Cerebral Palsy

Celebrate and affirm those living with cerebral palsy

By: Natasha Archary   World Cerebral Palsy Day is observed on 6 October. Launched in 2012 by the Cerebral Palsy ...
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Breast cancer mastectomy

Behind a mastectomy #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth

By: Natasha Archary     October marks breast cancer awareness month. The focus is usually on celebrating a cancer survivor’s journey ...
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Are we taking depression as seriously as we should in South Africa?

By Zuko Komisa In our workspaces, schools, churches, and homes where is a safe place for a depressed person to ...
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Invisible illness lupus

Debunking invisible illnesses: Lupus (Part 2)

By: Natasha Archary   When American songbird Selena Gomez, posted pictures about her kidney transplant due to Lupus other silent ...
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First car chronicles: Important things you need to know

First car chronicles: Important things you need to know

By Zuko Komisa So you’ve finally decided to buy yourself a new set of wheels? You've are ready to let ...
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Toyota unveils new SUV

By Mxolisi Mhlongo Toyota has introduced an SUV that seats below the popular Rav4. The new Toyota Rush is a ...
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Mini Cooper unveils new facelift

By Mxolisi Mhlongo The MINI hatch and convertible facelift models have hit SA’s urban streets, hosting fashionable upgrades aimed at ...
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Review: We test the Yamaha MT-10 Tourer

By Mxolisi Mhlongo (sponsored content) Yamaha is known for manufacturing a lot of things including golf cars, boats, audio equipment ...
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Mahindra XUV500 W8 on review

By Mxolisi Mhlongo (sponsored content) Did you know that, in 1949, Mahindra began as a Jeep assembly, which led to ...
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Banyana were Divided Under Pauw – Dludlu

Former Banyana Banyana captain, Simphiwe Dludlu, has warned against the hiring of foreign coaches to lead South African national teams ...
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Rassie Erasmus is big on small details.

When asked to describe Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus, Francois Louw said a man with attention to detail. Now he isn’t ...
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Caster Semenya to headline African team for the IAAF Continental Cup.

Caster Semenya will headline the African team for the IAAF Continental Cup taking place in September. The two-day IAAF Continental ...
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Seoposenwe rejects overseas move for Sasol internship.

Banyana Banyana striker Jermaine Seoposenwe has revealed that she gave up the opportunity of playing professional football in Europe in ...
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SA Athletes focus on medals in Nigeria.

South African athletes say they have to shake off the endless problems at the 21st African Athletics Championships in Asaba, ...
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RMB WINEX

SA’s Must-Attend event showcases an exceptional array of Must-Have brands in the heart of Jozi ...
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Playing For Pink 2018 presented by black #Black4Pink

This October, Playing for Pink Invitational Polo, presented by black® and Kaya FM, will be ...
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1064°C One man show – Vusi Thembekwayo

I’m super excited to finally bring my Global Tour to my own backyard, for one ...
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AABLA Table Bookings

ABOUT AABLA It is both a responsibility and prerequisite for business leaders to emerge in ...
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Investing in high-quality stocks: What investors should know

Every investor prizes a high quality company that delivers steady and predictable growth. But how ...
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Gallagher Convention Centre

Gallagher Convention Centre is the premier events venue in Gauteng. Established in 1993, Gallagher is ...
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World Cup Quarter-Finals Analysis by Ex-Bafana star Matthew Booth

Tavarishi (Comrades)... ...the quarter-finals are upon us! Here is my prognosis. Uruguay vs France: Edison ...
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Viva l’Afrique! – Matthew Booth

Zhdrastvyite fytbolni fanatu (Hello football fans) I had asked a week ago if normality at ...
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Global Synchronisation

Amid steady growth, relative market stability and low rates, the global economy has been described ...
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Matthew Booth gives us his take on the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Zdravstvyite Tavarishi! (Hello Comrades) South Africans, every four years, get to adopt a country to ...
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