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Lessons from Outsurance and the Katlego Maboe debacle by Josephine Sebesho

Lessons from Outsurance and the Katlego Maboe debacle by Josephine Sebesho

Katlego Maboe and Outsurance have been jubilantly gracing our home TV screens with their #chenchadaideng campaign, which features satisfied Outsurance clients, who enthusiastically sing and talk about the excellent service that they have received from the insurer, and the money they’ve saved by switching to Outsurance. Katlego is a celebrated South African TV presenter, singer-songwriter...

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Musicians vs. The Modern Music Industry: the good, the bad, and the ugly by Eddie Carrillo

Musicians vs. The Modern Music Industry: the good, the bad, and the ugly by Eddie Carrillo

The music industry has not been immune to the flood of digitalization, and that’s largely a good thing. But the tech wave has also created huge obstacles for musicians—especially up-and-coming ones. What are artists doing to fight for their rights? It’s glamorous, the music industry. World tours, the radio, flashing lights, flashy clothes… Our lives...

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Don’t Stay Where You’re Tolerated writes Mark Sham

Don’t Stay Where You’re Tolerated writes Mark Sham

Today’s message is all about not staying where you are tolerated, but going where you are celebrated! As some of you would have seen, I hosted my very first HAPPINESS workshop over the weekend in Johannesburg. I had spent the last few weeks prepping the content, which means I spent a lot of time focusing...

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Financial Advice for Couples: How to Talk About Money With Your Partner

Financial Advice for Couples: How to Talk About Money With Your Partner

If you’re in a relationship long enough, there’s a simple law of nature: arguments over seemingly insignificant things will arise, and probably more often than you’d like. But sometimes it’s not just a gripe over unwashed dishes or one partner being a little too eager over the original Netflix series you promised you’d watch together....

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Why Mainstream Journalism is Dying writes Rethabile Mohlala

Why Mainstream Journalism is Dying writes Rethabile Mohlala

In the past few years, news consumption has changed, and the changes are the results of social media rise, where the majority of people no longer rely on the traditional medium such as newspapers, television, and radio to get their news. With the uptake of social media, traditional mediums are playing catch up but time...

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Why some people make more money than others by Mark Sham

Why some people make more money than others by Mark Sham

Without question, I believe there is an invisible code as to how money moves in this world and while I definitely haven’t cracked the code completely (none of us have), I’d like to share some of the lessons I’ve learned while trying to make and keep money in my own life. I personally have a...

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WATCH: 3 Tips for Bouncing Back from Humiliation by Lisa Nichols

WATCH: 3 Tips for Bouncing Back from Humiliation by Lisa Nichols

It’s your girl Lisa Nichols here and I wanna know… Have you ever had a moment of public humiliation? It could have been in front of your friends… classmates… family… work colleagues… in a meeting… or even on a stage in front of an audience? Trust me, when I say #YANA (you are not alone). Luckily, those...

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