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Mass Market
The last stretch before payday. It is a challenging process for the mass market to manage and stretch their salary to last them until they receive their next salary every month, because it is too little or they lack financial discipline. Enter mampara week the last week before payday, a week filled a lot of...
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Situationship means a romantic or sexual relationship that is not considered to be formal or established. This concept will leave you between a rock and a hard place. The sentiments surrounding a situationship is the fact that both parties are aiming for what could be and working with a none existing contract that is neither...
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What is Ekhaya? Most black youth from townships, small towns and rural areas move to different South African cities to find professional work. Ekhaya is the term, which refers to where one was born and from where one comes. Many young black people are having more traveling experiences than ever before. At first, one travelled...
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The township has long been seen as the residential or geographic habitat for the middle to lower income earners. In fact it has gone as far as the level of education and modernism to be significantly low in the township. Yes to an extent some of this still proves true, however there has been a...
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Societal norms have been the compass that guides a portion of our morality when it comes to either courtship or life in general over the years. The man, in particular, is the hallmark of our “clearly set” yet ambiguous society that has competing dilemmas intertwined in it. Having a clear prescription of how a man...
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Ama 2000 are the trend setters of the new decade into 2020. This is the generation born after the year 2000 and are growing to be more and influential with the power of social media backing them up. Today’s youth has become closer and engage with each other more than ever before given the connectivity...
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In South Africa it is not common knowledge that there is a difference between chewing gum and bubble gum. The key difference between bubble gum and chewing gum is that the bubble gum is designed primarily to blow bubbles. Hence it tends to be more elastic and stretchier, thus making it easier to blow bubbles....
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The long South African lock down and restrictions have seen many people limiting their movements whether through working at home and socializing face to face much less than they did before. It takes a while for people to change behaviour especially shopping and consumer habits, however the long lockdowns and restrictions due to COVID 19...
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Ngicela nithi Hooray  South African’s have developed a new unique way of wishing someone a Happy Birthday without really saying it literally “Happy Birthday”. The amapaino music genre has in a way changed the landscape and creativity is brimming. The line “ ngicela nithi Hooray…”  meaning (may you please say with me Hooray) is taken...
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Peter Parker, otherwise known as spider-man, in South African has been disrupting the airways and breaking the internet(social media) with his killer dance moves. When he is not literally climbing walls he has been seen at social gatherings entertaining the crowd with amapaino music on the background. South African would not be a sovereign state...
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