COVER STORY: Shekhinah Thandi Donnell
Jun27

COVER STORY: Shekhinah Thandi Donnell

By: Tasneem Amos The month of June has always been dedicated to the youth and the power that they possess. It’s been used as a month to commemorate struggle and celebrate success. It’s been used as a month to encourage and inspire people to push boundaries and stand firm for what they believe in; pretty much the same values and principles we at SA Bloggers stand for. We have decided to dedicate this issue to youth who are doing great...

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17 Year Old Kayla Otto Takes More Than Just A Pretty Picture
Jun26

17 Year Old Kayla Otto Takes More Than Just A Pretty Picture

By: Simone Gobin When I was 17, I was busy studying about how to program and depending on my parents to pay for my studies. Now, when I’m 25, I’ve met 17 year old Kayla, who runs a thriving business! Kayla Otto lives on the beautiful South Coast and tells me that the sea is practically on her doorstep! She enjoys playing arcade games and the artsy type of stuff, like graphic design. Kayla runs a photography business called Misty...

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Distance Learning: Is It An Option For You?
May30

Distance Learning: Is It An Option For You?

South Africa’s tough economic conditions, combined with limited space at public universities, is seeing thousands of students opt for distance learning annually. Students who need to earn while they learn, and people already in employment who need to upskill to boost their career prospects, consider distance learning an effective way to further their education. But distance learning comes with very unique challenges, and anyone...

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Why It’s Better To Pursue Your Business Idea While In Your 20s
Jul23

Why It’s Better To Pursue Your Business Idea While In Your 20s

By: Ayanda Sikhosana One thing that most youngsters fail to comprehend about business is that no idea is assured to succeed. Take it from an experienced entrepreneur like myself. Business requires a chunk of everything: time, determination, heart and ambition but most of all it requires perseverance. The words “I quit” should never be uttered from your own mouth. Another thought that lingers among young bright minds is...

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Investing In Your Youth
Apr22

Investing In Your Youth

By: Kgabo Chuene In South Africa we have a lot of tangible issues, like hunger for which we solve, sometimes temporarily by giving food to the hungry. There’s HIVAids for which we also manage by providing ARVs. These are all important and necessary. I however think that a lasting investment is one that can be carried everywhere. The things we believe about ourselves, the things we believe about our environment and our place in it. In...

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