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What is Cancel Culture According to South African Context?

What is Cancel Culture According to South African Context?

Independent journalist Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya discusses whether there is a place for cancel culture?  Independent journalist and former editor of The Mercury and The Witness Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya joined Azania Mosaka to discuss on whether there is a place for “cancel culture” as many people have been falling into this trap from international stars such as talk...

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Boity launches perfume range at R1,500 a bottle

Boity launches perfume range at R1,500 a bottle

Media personality Boity Thulo has joined US star Selena Gomez and local celeb Zodwa Wabantu by releasing a fragrance, with the perfume retailing for R1,500 a bottle. The media personality took to her social media to announce her latest money move, and expressed her pride in the product called Boity Pink Sapphire. “Thank you all so...

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Follow Your Data to a Better, More Intelligent Customer Experience

Follow Your Data to a Better, More Intelligent Customer Experience

The customer journey is rarely ever a straight line. People are complex. And in 2020, consumer behavior has gotten even more unpredictable. According to McKinsey, more than 60% of shoppers have changed their behavior amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, yet all categories have seen an average of 10% growth across digital channels. Today’s online customer journey may look...

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South Africa’s Stocks Rebound From Worst Week Since March on Gold Boost

South Africa’s Stocks Rebound From Worst Week Since March on Gold Boost

South Africa’s main equities index was 0.9% higher as of 9:25 a.m. as global stocks mostly stabilized after a tech-led selloff. Gains in gold miners on Monday helped the Johannesburg benchmark rebound from its worst week since March. Bullion prices steadied as investors weighed the recent slide in equities against hopes for an economic recovery....

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New video series provides insider expertise on how to maximize your media rands

New video series provides insider expertise on how to maximize your media rands

Now more than ever, marketers are tasked with maximizing the efficiency and performance of every single media dollar they spend. A new series of 10-minute educational videos from Verizon Media will help marketers navigate this new, high-stakes environment. “The goal of the series is simple. It’s to provide tangible, actionable insights to help you navigate the new...

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Apple Opens First Floating Store at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands

Apple Opens First Floating Store at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands

Apple will soon be opening its doors to the first-ever Apple Store to sit on water. The new scenic location lies at the heart of Singapore‘s Marina Bay Sands and takes over the space previously occupied by the nightclub Avalon from 2011 to 2016. Replacing the previous shard-shaped Crystal Pavilion, the store is constructed in a domed shape with the company’s...

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Six Tips That You Must Know About Crisis Communications Management

Six Tips That You Must Know About Crisis Communications Management

What is Crisis: Any situation that is threatening or could threaten the business organisation, people, or reputation damage and negatively affect the brand’s bottom line. Furthermore we can breakdown what crisis communications management as follows. crisis communications management refers to the technologies, systems, and protocols that enable an organization to effectively communicate during an emergency situation. In...

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Bitcoin Price Drops 4% After Latest Rejection at $12K Resistance

Bitcoin Price Drops 4% After Latest Rejection at $12K Resistance

Bitcoin is facing selling pressure at press time, having failed to move above a long-held resistance level on Tuesday. The leading cryptocurrency is currently trading near $11,390, representing a roughly 4% decline on the day, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index. Prices dropped by nearly $400 in just minutes, but have bounced slightly at the time...