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OUR CLIENT CAPE POINT ON THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU ARE ALL SONA’D OUT

All roads will be leading to Cape Town next week for the State of The Nation Address taking place on Thursday the 9th. Besides all the glitz and glamour of the red carpet and the drama that might happen in the Parliamentary chambers, why not take advantage of the break and check out these top […]
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OUR CLIENT TURKISH AIRLINES ON EXPANDING ITS AFRICAN NETWORK

Conakry, the capital of the Republic of Guinea, became the 296th destination in 120countries that will be served by Turkish Airlines. This adds yet another city and country to the carrier’s African network which now serves 51 destinations on the continent, more African destinations than any other carrier. Turkish Airlines is investing heavily in their […]
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OUR CLIENT SEA MONSTER ON HOW VIRTUAL REALITY COULD REVOLUTIONISE EVERYTHING FROM EDUCATION TO SHOPPING

Virtual reality has hit South Africa and is changing the world as we know it, writes Shanthini Naidoo I am standing on the rooftop of a skyscraper in an unfamiliar metropolis. The ground is a long, long way down. Pigeons fly away as I step closer to them. Click. A harness is strapped on. My […]
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OUR CLIENT MARRIOTT OPENS 155-ROOM HOTEL IN LAGOS NIGERIA

Cape Town – The Renaissance Lagos Ikeja Hotel is the first for the Marriott International brand in sub-Saharan Africa. A statement from Renaissance released on Monday said the hotel in Nigeria’s commercial centre “offers world-class amenities, modern aesthetic, sophisticated service and unique programming that reflect the brand’s signature approach to feed the curiosity, fuel the […]
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OUR CLIENT EDUCATE24 ON WHY UNIVERSITY ISN’T THE BE ALL AND END ALL

Matric is over and, whether you’re happy with your results or not, it’s time to start thinking about what to do next. University is not for everyone – the majority of young South Africans can’t afford to study full-time and will need to find a job as soon as possible in order to support themselves. […]