As we move into the 21st century, accessibility to e-learning is becoming more of a necessity than a luxury. Yet South Africa's disadvantaged youth face more problems than merely inadequate educational facilities...
Shan Radcliffe 14 Mar 2017
In the almost six years that I've had my DSL and internet account with the country's major fixed-line operator (yes, you know who I'm talking about and I can hear you laughing in the back there), much has changed in the ISP sphere...
Shan Radcliffe 24 Feb 2017
In a world where most people are just looking to get ahead, there are the few who find purpose in helping others get there. Protea Hotels' training manager, Nancy Gaylard is one of those who have a passion for mentoring and helping others become the best they can be...
Shan Radcliffe 29 Aug 2016
Dark rooms filled with Star Wars fanboys and Trekkies suffering from LCD tans, bickering in binary over the latest in gaming, software and whose hard drive is bigger... This is the ultimate IT geek stereotype...
Shan Radcliffe 18 Aug 2016
It's been over four years since I've stepped into a cinema, and this hiatus has been filled with back-to-back animation on DVD or else, in the event I've actually managed to sit down for something not cute and fluffy, it hasn't gone without interruption from a waking toddler.
Shan Radcliffe 14 Jan 2014
As a retailer owner, you should expend as much thought into selecting the right flooring materials for your store as you would for your own house. The initial customer impression is often dictated by the flooring, even though it may be subliminal.
Shan Radcliffe 9 Sep 2013
It was all hands-on-deck for the three-hour Survivor finale last night, as fans across South Africa tuned in to watch the final plays and last minute wheeling and dealing from the contestants to see who would be crowned the winner of Survivor China. It's the moment we've all been waiting for. The reason we've spent the last few months glued to our screens, watching the contestants battle the elements and each other, vying for our favourites as they scheme, back-stab and connive their way through to make it to the final four.
Shan Radcliffe 2 Sep 2009
It was a typically miserable winter evening in Cape Town - the wind was howling at Formula 1 speeds and the rain was hurtling in horizontally. It was a perfect night to spend snuggled under the covers, watching a dvd. But out in the northern suburbs, a crew practiced in the arts of aural and visual delights was cooking up a storm, and the lure to warm our feet and spirits in the glow of their range was too powerful to ignore... We were going to GodsKitchen.
Shan Radcliffe 19 Jun 2009