Airbnb Experiences can inspire a new hobby

Fun Ways To Pick Up A New Hobby   It’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind of life – wake up, go to work, get home, eat, maybe watch an episode or two of your favourite series, ...
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Airbnb Experiences can inspire a new hobby

07/18/2019

Fun Ways To Pick Up A New Hobby   It’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind of life – wake up, go to work, get home, eat, maybe watch an episode or two of your favourite series, then it’s bedtime – only to have it all start again the following day. Feels…

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Cape Town Tourism Makes a Song and Dance to Showcase their Winter Tourism Campaign

06/20/2019

The distances are shorter boet, the driver’s aren’t so woes. Breathing the crisp sea air and the cries of ‘jou ma se…’ Cape Town, South Africa – Cape Town Tourism have launched their national campaign to highlight affordability and reignite domestic tourism to the City over winter in an innovative way. The campaign includes a viral…

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So Your SME got Funding: Here’s how to Spend it Wisely

06/20/2019

A lot is said about the ‘before’ of accessing funding for SMEs, whether it is deciding on what type of funding you may be eligible for such as government funding and grants, VC funding, bank loans or alternative financing or how to up your chances of securing loan funding, however not much is said about…

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World’s First Handheld Wireless Electroshock Device Comes to SA

06/20/2019

With high levels of crime, self-defence and personal safety are prominent issues for all South Africans. A new non-lethal, but highly effective wireless stun-gun is about to enter the SA Market. Kieno Kammies speaks to SA Spokesperson for Wattozz, Greg Baverstock about the new product. Our product is the world’s first wireless electro-shock device. — Greg…

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Mauritius: An Ideal Base for Your Business

05/29/2019

Mauritius may just be an island – its annual tourist influx of 1.4 million outnumbers its own population of around 1.3 million – but this hasn’t stopped it, over the past three decades, from growing into a giant on the business front. As far as the continent goes, it’s already racked up a number of…

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Adapting to the Digitised World in Schools

05/27/2019

Education policy has always been, and will continue to be, closely related to South Africans’ social conditions. That is partly why we still celebrate student protests such as the 1976 Soweto uprising where black children from a number of schools in that township mobilised in response to the government’s decision to make the Afrikaans language…

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CAPE TOWN ONE OF THE BEST DESTINATIONS FOR MUSLIM TRAVELERS.

05/24/2019

Touting the city’s attractiveness for Muslim travelers — particularly in markets that are already strong drivers of tourism — is a savvy move by tourism authorities and operators in Cape Town. — Richard Holmes Winter in the Southern Hemisphere has always been a lean time for the hospitality business in South Africa’s Western Cape region, but…

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