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Where to now after a year of disruption?

2020 was a disruptive year, not only for the global population and businesses, but for the tech industry too. As far as our industry was concerned, the disruption has accelerated digital transformation, accelerating developments that may have taken 3 to 5 years to become entrenched in common usage. This puts us on the precipice of […]

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The Benefits of Flexible Working

Flexible working comes in many forms; you can agree on having flexible daily hours, compress working days or work remotely. Whichever one of the three you choose, whether you are an employee or employer, you stand to reap bountiful benefits from flexible working. If your manager is proposing a flexible working schedule, or your employee […]

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Load Shedding: Five Ways to Keep Your Mobile Device Charged

Load shedding has become a dark reality for South Africans, severely impacting our daily routines and business schedules. Mobile devices are therefore now more critical than ever in ensuring we’re able to stay in contact with both our workplaces and our family and loved ones. The question remaining is how we ensure our mobile devices […]

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10 Party Safety Tips

We know varsity is mainly about your studies, but let us not kid ourselves its about experiences as well. Now guess, what is the one thing varsity students do more than studying? Obviously, it’s going out if you got that wrong, well that’s okay if you’re 50. Going out is not for the faint hearted […]

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Do’s and Don’ts on a First Date

I’m no relationship expert, love doctor or guru who is responsible for 50 happy couples. To be honest, I don’t even set up my friends. But I do want to share some insightful first date rules we should all know though. I mean we have all been there, on that one horrible date that makes […]

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Daniel Duminy: How I turned Social Media into a Career at just 18

What does it take to be an influencer? Dan Duminy has it all figured out. From travel vlogs, to behind the scenes music shoots, Durban’s Daniel Duminy is slowly making a name for himself on the social media scene. He is funny, friendly, and has great eyebrows. Lifestyle and travel vlogger Daniel, known as the […]

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Finding the Best Learning Environment for the Gen-Z Student

With matric complete, a new cohort of Generation Z (Gen-Z) is now in search of optimum learning environments that will support their pursuit of knowledge and help them prepare themselves for the world of work. Often referred to as ‘digital natives’, Gen-Z’s stand out for growing up with a complete immersion in technology which has […]

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5 Apps Every Student Needs

With smartphones and devices always by our side, why not use them to make your student life easier? Here are the 5 apps every student needs: 1. Uber/Taxify These apps are good for getting around without breaking the bank. With their fairly cheap trips, hassle-free booking and cash-free payments straight in the palm of your […]

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What Not to do When Volunteering

Volunteering can be a wonderful and rewarding experience. You will meet new people and see new places while giving back to communities who need it the most. But it can be difficult as a young volunteer to know what is appropriate to do and say around the people you are volunteering with. You will also […]

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10 apps that every student should download

Productivity seems to be something that is difficult to stay on top of, especially when you’re studying. Thankfully, we have the world of technology available to give us the help we need when it comes to better scheduling, studying more efficiently and planning life in general. Here are 12 great (and free) apps: Documents is […]

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