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Needless to mention how we as a nation have assimilated to an era where we have to stretch every rand and cent due to circumstance. The isiZulu phrase “ Unemali neh” meaning, you have money yeah or you are loaded in terms of cash, is more prevalent than ever before. Tighten our belts is the...
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The term soft life is ubiquitously used on the streets and is known as an idiom that means a life of comfort and a life that resembles no evidence of unpleasantness. Daily, adults are faced with trying to keep afloat and ensuring that things do not fall apart, with that said whenever one is seen...
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The culture of markets is an urban area thing in South Africa, however there is an unconventional market that is brewing in heart of Johannesburg cbd, introducing Kwa mai-mai “the new Farmers market”. What is exciting about this market is that one has the option of tagging along with their cooler box in contrast to...
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Semali Moeti., known as Rakgadi Rakgadi a Setswana term meaning aunt, did an obituary at the funeral of late Lebonang khitsane that shocked the nation. During the obituary she exposed family secrets on live television, and was lauded as one of the champions in 2020 for doing so. A family unit is never perfect and...
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Your financial position will dictate if you answer the (011) Johannesburg area code call or not. Some of the downsides to the area code (011) is that debt collectors are calling in the hopes that you will commit on record that you will make an attempt to paying a portion off your debt. It appears...
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South Africa aka The Rainbow Nation consists of a wide mix of races and cultures which make it as colourful and as vibrant as it is. When groups of people from different walks of life come together and share the same space there is usually a culture shock. South Africa adapts to this culture shock...
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The Nguni saying is prevalent in African homes when the parents are feed up with their children’s behavior in their households. Now, the hierarchy of the African home dictates that  you will listen to what your parents say and they are always right no matter what. The parents will also remind you that they are...
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Breaking plates/ glass in a black African home will always be a thing especially from the matriarch. These mother’s literally spend years trying to build a build a home and the fancy household goods will always be held dear to their hearts. We have to bear in mind that these household goods are fragile and...
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A shorten(abbreviated) word hailing from the isixhosa language ‘Mntanase khaya’ directly translated to “sibling from my home”. Mntase currently rules the social digital arena in the South Aftica context, to be more specific Twitter. Like any affectionate name you would give to a friend such as bro, sis or ma guy, Mntase operates in the...
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