By: Lungile Moyo

Hi again, welcome to a brand new week! We hope you have had a fabulous weekend. To start this week off we want to introduce you to the blogger of the week, Dennis Ngango!

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Some of you may know him as Dennis, or @IamDennisNgango on Twitter, but he is also the co-founder of up & coming current, a website that engages with the youth by inspiring and motivating them to believe that their dreams are attainable.

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Dennis is a 18 year old Johannesburg based blogger, radio personality, columnist for Drum Magazine and at only 18 yrs old, Dennis is living his dream and encouraging the youth just like him to live theirs too. You can catch him on Twitter @IamDennisNgango or you can also follow his websites twitter page, @UpComingCurrent, and keep up with what’s up and coming current at www.upandcomingcurrent.com and if you would like to get in touch with Dennis for more business opportunities connect with him on LinkedIn here: http://za.linkedin.com/pub/dennis-ngango/42/b42/3a5

Have a lovely week fellow bloggers, and don’t forget to get in touch with us via email or the comment section below if you want to be our next Blogger of The Week.

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  1. Greetings and salutations to this here Internet. I tip my imaginary bowler hat off to this initiative and I would love to be featured as a Blogger of the Week.

    I’m Khensani, a slightly ditzy, off-the-rails teen from Johannesburg who’s always fending off rumours that I’m a hipster and I’ll deny my love for trashy reality TV shows faster than Miley Cyrus can whip her tongue out for the cameras. I’m an aspiring fashion photographer/writer/Beyonce’s doppelganger/crazy-cat-lady-with-twenty-five-clocks-(don’t ask)/thug (jokes! Kind of. Not really, no)/professional-couch-potato. You can’t say that I’m not ambitious.

    I think sweat pants are the greatest convention to mankind and I’ve made several shrines to likes of Kanye West (hail Mary), Lana Del Rey, Grace Coddington and Tim Burton, I’ll drop the words ‘cool’, ‘cute’, ‘ohmygodsoprettylikewhy’ and ‘home-slice’ like any other teenager but I’d like to think everyone at least gets a kick out of it.

    Whilst I’ve been blogging for a little less than year I’m quite confident in what I write and, as presumptuous as it sounds, I really see my blog going far. While I’m not as cool as to head up initiatives like Up and Coming Current or even Lady Bloggers JHB or even a new line at McDonald’s, I am as cool (voice in my head, “that’s still debatable,”) to know that the fashion industry’s power, particularily South Africa’s, lies in its youth. Look at all showcases like STR.CRD and how many more of the designers showing at SAFW or MBFWJ/MBFWCT are all creatives under thirty.

    Blue lipstick, pointed court heels, crop tops, talons and Yeezus – I think Glitter Daiquiri is SA Bloggers’ next Blog of the Week.

    “Unless that’s, like, way pushy then, you know, whatever.”

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    • Lol, Khensani, you can do anything you put your mind to, lets not limit ourselves ;)! I think you are cool enough… so start your own movement and stay true to who you are!

      You Can do it, I believe in you 🙂

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