Browsing All posts tagged under »South Africa«

Homecoming Revolution on @ANN7tv with @brucemubayiwa

January 22, 2014


CALL-OUT OPEN: Telkom-Highway Africa New Media Awards 2013

July 29, 2013


The 17th Highway Africa Conference, taking place at Rhodes University, South Africa, is set to host the 13thth edition of the Highway Africa New Media Awards. Sponsored by Telkom, these are unique and prestigious awards on the continent that reward innovative use of Information Communication technologies (ICTs) in journalism that serves Africa and its citizens. […]

Graça Machel Scholarships for Women for 2014

June 24, 2013


This scholarship will open for applications on 17 June 2013. To apply, click here. In partnership with the Graça Machel Trust, we award this scholarship on an annual basis. Are you eligible? To apply for a scholarship under this programme you must be: Female A national of and normally resident in one of the SADC countries: […]

TechWomen: Professional Mentorship and Exchange Program – 2013 Application Opens 15th December

December 20, 2012


The TechWomen program will identify approximately 80 women who are emerging leaders and entrepreneurs working in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) from the Middle East & Africa for a five-week program in the fall of 2013, including mentorships and professional exchanges at leading companies in Silicon Valley, California, concluding with workshops, networking events and meetings […]

Racism is alive and well

February 13, 2012


Brendah Nyakudya was the first to ‘inform me’ of the Virgin Active Gym race issue issue. I say ‘inform me’ but she was merely tweeting about this incident and I was listening/reading as I was preparing to leave work after yet another one of those hectic Mondays. You don’t want to know about my Monday by […]

Julius Malema on Carte Blanche

November 20, 2011


Last Sunday I arrived home just in time for the Julius interview on Carte Blanche. I’ve always been fascinated by this individual if I’m being honest. I even wrote about how Zimbabwe needed a Julius Malema. Some disagreed with me however many in my opinion never actually read the entire blog to fully understand where […]

Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s recent rant

October 5, 2011


Whilst I don’t proclaim to be an ‘expert’ on South Africa and/or its foreign policy, I feel I must say something in light on the recent rant by our beloved Archbishop Desmond Tutu. I don’t want to necessarily comment on the Dalai Lama’s visa application as I feel this is a matter for the South […]


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