Add Hope – Creating Ripples Of Change | Tebogo Mabye
Apr19

Add Hope – Creating Ripples Of Change | Tebogo Mabye

Born in Hillbrow to a single mother and surrounded by street gangs and crime, young Tebogo Mabye seemed destined for struggle. Fortunately, he found a safe haven at MES, a partner of Add Hope that is funded by donations that KFC customers make every day. Tebogo, and many other children like him, have been able to turn their lives around thanks to Add Hope and the organisations they work with – becoming role models for other children...

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Dear African Student; Do Not Wait To Market Yourself
Mar22

Dear African Student; Do Not Wait To Market Yourself

By: William Jackson African students in the 21st century cannot wait to market themselves in a world of global commerce, digital Branding, intellectual sharing and the vast Social Media sites that are building to get the word out there about the talents, abilities and skills that students possess. Students still struggle and have faced more challenges in the past years as institutions struggle to remain relevant, real and respiratory....

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Pitting Women Against Each Other-why It Has To Stop
Feb15

Pitting Women Against Each Other-why It Has To Stop

By: Tina Dube Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose recently very nearly “broke the internet” as the cool kids would say. No, they’re not starting a school in the Eastern Cape and they didn’t invent a device that applies body lotion to your back either. The one thing they did was take a photo together. A selfieto be precise. A selfie that trended on Twitter worldwide which is no mean feat. Now, celebrity selfies are nothing new, we’re...

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Lessons Learned In 2015

By: Vuyisani Bill As I take a brave leap into 2016 I reflect on the year that has passed in an attempt to ready myself for the new chapter in my life. The greatest gifts our past has to offer us are always embedded in the lessons we learned from our experiences. The past provides the foundation on which our future is cemented.  These are the lessons I learned in 2015. On Love: Taking a risk is worth it.  Being open to something new...

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There Is Somebody I Would Like YOU To Meet
Oct27

There Is Somebody I Would Like YOU To Meet

By: Colleen Qvist This person is rather amazing and has tonnes of potential, a sparkling personality, a super sharp brain and is rather fun to be around. I know you will really like this person if you take the time to get to know them. Will you do it? You will!! That’s great. Let me introduce you. The person is YOU. Yes, that’s right. YOU. You are probably asking what on earth you would want to meet yourself for? That is just the...

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How Do You Cultivate Confidence?
Oct26

How Do You Cultivate Confidence?

By: Colleen Qvist Let’s start with What does confidence look like? You can see confidence walk into a room, stand on a stage, call across a crowded room. Confidence has this way of being noticed and can be seen in work and home situations. Confidence is tall and takes up space. Confidence has a presence. What does Confidence feel like? Confidence feels powerful and in control. Confidence makes decisions. Confidence leads. People feel...

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