Transforming lives one youth at a time

18 July 2018 by Nosihle Shelembe After struggling to find a stable job for more than three years, Nelisiwe Gabini decided to start her own events planning company in Bronkhorstspruit, a small town about 50 kilometres east of Tshwane. During the three years, Gabini made money selling beauty products and household items like Tupperware. She […]

YouTube Begins Purging Alternative Media as the Deep State Marches Toward WW3

Original article on | 23 November 2017 | by Matt Agorist If you get your news from mostly far left sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google are censoring or blacklisting left and progressive sites and content. Conversely, if you get your news from far right sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google […]

Beware these 8 online banking scams in SA

Original  Article on | 22 February 2017 As access to banking services through digital channels continues to grow, so does the need to protect consumers against the prevalence of online banking fraud. Yolande Steyn, head of innovation at FNB has urged consumers to be more vigilant and has requested that they familiarise themselves with […]

Government admits data costs must fall

Original article on | February 2017 | by  y Simnikiwe Mzekandaba Public outcry on the high cost to communicate in SA is one of the issues government is looking to address in 2017, although it has yet to outline how this will be achieved. Last year, South Africans, especially the youth, ignited a furore on […]

Young Woman Turns Hobby Into Business

Original article  |27 September 2016 | by Isaac Pinielo What started as a hobby and a passion for visual art suddenly turned into a money-spinning business for Keanole Panila Kote of Mmankgodi. “I advertise my business through social media.  I have a Facebook page named Queen-Hair Weaves BW, where you can find pictures of […]

10 signs you’re addicted to social media

Original article on |01 September 2016 | by Sam Ramsden Social media has almost completely changed how many of us communicate and it can be a useful way to stay connected. But is there a point where the obsession with the modern phenomenon goes from harmless fun to an intrusion on your life? If […]