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Monthly Archives: May 2017

SA Twitter trends #JobAdviceSA #30SecCV

With the chaos running rampant on South African Twitter feeds, it sure felt great to see #JobAdviceSA trending on the evening on Monday 29 May. In a marvelous digital display of the fighting South African spirit, organisations and individuals took to their social media platforms

World’s smallest satellite set for launch

The smallest and the lightest satellite in history has just been created by 18 year old, Rifath Sharook, from Tamil Nadu in India. His design has since been selected by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to be launched into space. Weighing only 64g, the

Langa observes #ChildProtectionWeek

Since Sunday 28 May, #ChildProtectionWeek has trended across South Africa on Twitter. Community members in Langa welcomed the initiative as a stand against the recent spate of tragedies across the country. Refusing to be silenced or weakened, many have expressed open support and victims’ families

Eastern Cape educators receive digital tools

Determined to bounce back from its last-place ranking in South African education, the Eastern Cape (EC) government has collaborated with Vodacom to roll out a multimillion rand project. The process will see that over 5 000 school principals receive laptops and speedsticks with data plans.

Ombud rules in favour of grieving widow

Over what seemed like an eternity, a bereft widow known only as Mrs M, has finally been granted due consideration in her battle against a South African life assurance company. Consumer watch expert, Wendy Knowler, added that so many of SA’s consumers remained unaware of