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Posted on 3 May 2015 12:13
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Technical team gets a boost at Moving Tactcs
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Posted on 30 Apr 2015 15:31
Research Assignment
The Open Window School of Visual Communication - 2013
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Posted on 30 Apr 2015 11:04
Barbara Mowatt
SABC to apologise for 'scornful' presenter
I think that Mr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi take a crash course in how to answer questions directly and honestly, without all the obfuscation and waffle. He was little credit to his organisation in this instance. Has anyone thought of reporting Ndloz to the BCCSA?
Eben should, however, have shown more maturity on this occasion. He gave the man a chance to answer or make a coherent statement on the topic. I guess both failed on the day.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 21:21
Breamworthy Walter Mpye
Breamworthy Walter Mpye
Cell C launches Girl Child alumni programme
I have always been interested in this innitiative,mainly due to it's aim.However since it's inception ,I viewed it as a "time bomb" and I still view it that way.

Regardless of it's good intentions .that young boy child is growing up with questions in his mind and hence ,we will keep on experiencing all this violence against women ,especially during "women month.".
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 19:55
mmalabadi
Foundation for Human Rights statement on xenophobic violence
I do agree with your statement,however I have been following and listening to both goverment and society at large,my concern is that as long as we have people calling radio stations and remaing anonimous while expressing their anger and frustraions.I think we should be worried.We are being a bit myopic in our search for long term solution.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 19:13
Kimberly McNeeley
Kimberly McNeeley
100 young leaders offer sustainable solutions to Feeding a Hungry Planet
My cousin from Germany wrote this essay and now she is a delegate from her country! And she told it was extremely hard. Her English is not strong enough and she asked Smart custom writing service for proofreading her article. This summit is a good way of communication between the countries.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 18:29
BRENDA FRANKER
BRENDA FRANKER
SABC to apologise for 'scornful' presenter
I have to agree with Eben Janssen! APARTHEID had nothing to do with the interview that was to be carried out by Eben Janssen! What was being discussed was the issue of the statues being vandalized! As usual, there is a LACK OF UNDERSTANDING of the ENGLISH language and the merits of the questions posed to Mr Ndlozi! He tried to 'hijack' & sidetrack the interview, with something that was unrelated to the issue being discussed! I propose that Eben Janssen be re-instated in his position, as he seems to be one of the few seasoned journalists, who will not give any South African a chance to take us back in time to APARTHEID! And may I suggest to Mr Ndlozi - a crash course in the English language, PLEASE!!! Seems you do not understand the questions posed to you!!! I take my hat off to you, Eben Janssen - and if you are not re-instated - well, then you & I both know who actually "makes decisions" at the SABC!!!
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 17:46
Narian Chengiah Naidoo
We cannot accept ourselves if we accept xenophobia
Greed is the biggest reasons for the burning scourge of xenophobia.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 16:17
Belinda Shaw
Belinda Shaw
SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament
Unbelievable! This man misleads South Africa at every step, and now will, no doubt, be found to have misled, if not lied, to Parliament. This is what happens when you put someone in charge of an organisation like the SABC that hasn't a clue what he is doing and runs it for political gain - nothing else. And there is no accountability. How long do you think the country can sustain this kind of rampant mismanagement at every level? And with the collapse of parastatal institutions comes the loss of so many jobs and the redirecting of state resources to bail them out - resources that should and could have been directed at improving the lives of those in desperate need of help. Those that once upon a time, believed in the promise of a better life for all. And when that bubble pops the country goes up in flames. And therein lies the consequences of cadre deployment and political interference. It makes us all the poorer. We get the leadership we tolerate so those of us who sit on the sidelines and bitch and moan about the situation are not so blameless after all. It's what we tolerate.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 09:48
Mister H
SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament
Uhm... yes by accounting principles. Simple, to move from R10 to break-even (or zero profit) you have to lose R10. Then to move from zero profit to a loss of R10 you have to lose an additional R10. R10 plus R10 is R20.
Posted on 29 Apr 2015 07:22
South African citizen
SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament
This is a disgrace to our country and South Africa should be more concerned about people in power that are throwing away money that could be beneficial to the development of our resources...
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 20:26
Narian Chengiah Naidoo
SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament
This embattled SABC boss, Hlaudi Motsoeneng could give Number 1 a run for his money when it comes to cheating, stealing and lying.
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 19:14
Anathi Sidali
Anathi Sidali
Radio: Still a force to be reckoned with
"In the past few years, radio has dropped significantly as a communication medium in the minds of marketers and advertisers. Their budgets were largely spent on television and print where they have seen a dramatic drop in viewership over time" ??? next time you write an article please do a proper research, research is imperative...
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 16:08
Brian Tristam Williams
Brian Tristam Williams
SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament
So, by your reasoning, if I made R 10 profit last year, then make a R 10 loss this year, I've lost R 20 in total? I'm not sure that adds up.
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 15:50
Donald Pillai
Donald Pillai
Start up advice you should ignore
Hi Sophie, You are providing some excellent advice. One thing I would like to say is the entrepreneur should never share their ideas with every tom, dick or harry. They should seek advice from established entities or create a relationship with a business coach or Mentor. They must do the right things from the very beginning so that no time is wasted and they do not get misled or get discouraged. .
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 14:48
Donald Pillai
Donald Pillai
Six ways to balance work and family
You can learn more about a man in one hour of play than in a lifetime of conversation.
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Posted on 28 Apr 2015 13:51
Narian Chengiah Naidoo
Attacks on foreign nationals have hurt SA, says Trade DM
Worrying about attacks on foreign nationals hurting SA, did anyone worry about South Africans being hurt by the cheating, stealing and lying by President Showerhead?
Posted on 28 Apr 2015 13:11
Thembani Mnconywa
SADTU launches principal seminars to address school-based violence
One of the critical issues impeding the smooth running of teaching and learning in schools is violence, which is caused by various factors. One of them is socioeconomic factors. So this is welcomed by both the DBE and NGOs. It is vital that school principals be armed with necessary tools to combat crime in schools, of course in partnership with various departments. They need to be equipped with mentoring and coaching skills to help learners to realise their dreams
Posted on 27 Apr 2015 19:42
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