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Lea Sandham
Lea Sandham
Insecure, threatened managers treat subordinates unjustly
Awesome article Refilwe!

May I commend you for publishing this! You ROCK! :)
You have gone BOLDLY where 98% will not!

I am right there with you.

The majority of society suffer from an affliction I refer to head-in-sand-attitudis.

Their attitude: 'Speaking up is futile' combined with 'This it is not my problem'

Then sadly there are the helpless "silenced voices" - those people living in fear because of this abuse of power and the consequences...

I would like to share following lyrics;

All of us just sat back and watched it happen
Thinkin’, “It’s not my responsibility
To solve a problem that isn’t even about me.”

This is our problem

This is just one of them daily scenarios
In which we choose to close our eyes
Instead of doing the right thing
If we make a choice

To be the voice

For those who won’t speak up for themselves
How many lives would be saved, changed, rearranged?

Now it’s our time to pick a side
So don’t keep walking by, not wanting to intervene
‘Cause you just wanna exist and never be seen

So let’s wake up,
Change the world,

Our time is now…

** Words & Music by Max Hsu, Dave Ghazarian, Melissa Brock and Tricia Brock


©2002 DJ Spacemonkey Music/ Dave Ghazarian Music / VMK / Onegirl Music (ASCAP). Admin. by Whizbang, Inc.


- based on the general attitude of most people -
Posted on 19 Nov 2012 14:14
Craig Dummett
Craig Dummett
Casper de Vries' heavenly hell
I thoroughly enjoyed his show last Friday evening - terrific experience - I haven't laughed as much as that in ages.
Posted on 19 Nov 2012 12:54
Pippa Wepener
Business lessons to be learned from 1time airline
I do not beleive that the staff and even management knew that the company was going into liquidation as I was in their ofices the day before and assured that everything was improving and even discussed sports proposals for some athletes I am working with. I had a very good meeting with their Customer Services Manager who could not have been more positive. However, I do believe that the Chairman 'Blackie' was fully aware of what was happening and I believe that he should be held personally responsible for refunding the losses.
Posted on 19 Nov 2012 10:16
Joanne Tomlinson
Joanne Tomlinson
Where are women voices in talk radio?
So true! There should be an initiative for girls to go to if they're interested in radio - do you know if there's one like that out there?
Posted on 17 Nov 2012 12:09
Thukhutha Rudzani
Concerns over high prices and feeding schemes
it is of importance that the children are continued on being fed in during school holidays, because they are not only young but also falls under vulnarable group.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 22:27
Bontle Moeng
Bontle Moeng
Where are women voices in talk radio?
I totally agree with you. There's a total lack of women in talk radio. Perhaps you should take the initiative to break the barrier on our behalf. I've never worked on radio and I think it's a fascinating platform to reach all communities.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 17:32
John Goslino
John Goslino
Content analysis explained
A broader article on content analysis is featured on the website below, www.audiencedialogue.net/kya16a.html
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 16:27
John Goslino
John Goslino
Content analysis explained
To learn more about the broad topic of content analysis check the webpage on the Audience Dialogue website, www.audiencedialogue.net/kya16a.html
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 16:18
Tafadzwa Pfumojena
Where are women voices in talk radio?
I found your article thought provoking but I am wondering whether the particular talk station's target audience is also not a factor.If the station is not targeted broadly at a certain type of listener I am not sure how views from that section can be encouraged.And i agree that stations shouldnt subscribe to the stereotypes of having dating shows to attract women callers because while it's important, its also condescending considering men wont be drawn by such conversations.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 15:50
Tebogo Malepe
Amarula
What more can we say,Alek Wek perfectly represent the Amarula brand.Its like Miriam Makeba once said
Africa has her mysteries, and even a wise man cannot understand them. But a wise man respects them and the statement says it all. The ad It's really beautiful,well done guys.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 15:46
sasha martinengo
sasha martinengo
Keep Sasha Martinengo on the road via Caltex tweets
So excited
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 14:28
Tim Pinder
Tim Pinder
Expanding your brand across Africa
One final from me, You are 100% right Valentino, there has to be room for local nuances. As we are all saying, one size can not fit all, but a big idea should work where ever. But it may need a local adaptation.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 14:22
terry kurt
Red Carpet Fashion Show celebrates empowerment of women
Can be cool if they have use sunglasses as well for this fashion.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 11:30
terry kurt
View top handmade design at Design Indaba
Does it means that the sunglasses designs made to the top?
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 11:14
terry kurt
Versace lace seduces Milan's fashion week
They are in fact a big competitors when it comes to fashion and designer brands. But, the idea is good because it made them cooperated for this event.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 10:58
Anonymous
Time to produce proof for print
Tastes like spam to me.

Statistics are used much like a drunk uses a lamppost: for support, not illumination. Vin Scully
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 09:17
Anonymous
Camp-out for Openness with Right2Know
When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty. Thomas Jefferson
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 09:04
Valentino Alily
Expanding your brand across Africa
Hi Nonye, great write up indeed. Loved it. It is absolutely true that iti is 'the human truth' that connects us as consumers and even as people. While I agree with Tim that our desires and needs often cut across race, religion and beliefs that have global similarity; the issue of 'differentiation' must not be ignored in the push for universal homogeneity. What has kept Africa in the shadows for so long is our belief that a European or American branding and creative concept must fit our perspectives. It never does. So, quite clearly we must consider local factors in every country system we hope to impact in. In investing in Africa we must identify the 'differentiating' factor that makes Angola, for instance, different from Cote de Voire and use that as the basis for creating unique branding concepts that can impact favourably in our choice target market. Of course ROI is evidently the final arbiter for assessing how effective our branding and marketing concepts did, but success in any market, particularly in Africa, comes with some degree of 'differentiation'-appreciation in our research process.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 08:50
Rosemary Fowkes
Camp-out for Openness with Right2Know
If it were possible, geographically, I would join the camp-out. Thank you, Right to Know, for representing us, the citizens and you are quite correct, you do have our entire support.
Posted on 16 Nov 2012 08:46
Hilary Ward
Time to produce proof for print
Absolutely! As digital clutter grows and grows like Topsy, print will become even more valuable and effective. But measurable or at least demonstrable ROI is important.
Posted on 15 Nov 2012 15:41
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