Since the launch of the Yes4Youth campaign UniMedia has invited young bloggers to write and share their thoughts on this initiative by government and the private sector. The piece below is written by Alexandra Warren Blogger from Cape Town.
As an individual that forms part of the SA youth wave, I can easily say that we are struggling. I see it all around me … I see countless faces plagued with stress, I hear the cries of depression and constant aches of longing for something more to flow through our veins.
This reality is leaving us in a state of complete and utter disability as we are outranked by the competitive and stressful nature of our economy. Trying to succeed within this economy may hinder our spirits, drive and mental health.
What is being done by the government to solve this problem?
Our government has recognised the extent of damage that youth unemployment is having on South…
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We all need a bit of sparkle in our lives, and I got to experience a bit of bling at the launch of Pandora’s new Shine range. In my opinion, Pandora is somewhere in the middle range – it is much more expensive than fashion jewellery stores like Lovisa and Collette Hayman, but way less than stores like Sterns and American Swiss, so it fills a niche market.
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Bride & Co along with Eurosuit recently launched their 2018 Collection, at the hip Mesh Club in Rosebank, Johannesburg. It’s not everyday that one gets to see exquisite wedding dresses up close and personal, so it was a rare opportunity to touch and feel the gowns.
It was a good idea to have @Tali_Babes (the character from Showmax’s “Tali’s Wedding Diary”) as the “virtual host” to introduce the evening. I say virtual because Tali was on a video recording, who welcomed guests before the welcome drinks.
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Decorex Durban kicked off yesterday (21 March) at the Durban Exhibition Centre and runs until Sunday (25 March) and here’s 5 reasons why you don’t want to miss this year’s show.
1. More designers, more features: 17 of the region’s top interior and landscape designers in one space as well as an array of new and popular curated features which include:
@home Trend Home presented by Decorex
Rooms to Grow
Franke Kitchen Trends Project
EGO Garden of the Future brought to you by Smith Power Equipment
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Clicks, South Africa’s leading beauty retailer, is excited to present #ClicksCurls JHB at The Galleria, Sandton, on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March 2018 – an expo dedicated entirely to waves, curls and coils!
Hosted by Enhle Mbali and Siv Ngesi, #ClicksCurls JHB will feature the best of local and international natural hair brands, such as Shea Moisture, Aunt Jackie’s Curls & Coils, Cantu, AfroBotanics, TRESemme, and Carols Daughter, to name a few. Expect live hair demos, industry experts, music, food for sale and lots of curl conversations with your favourite naturalistas.
The first 700 tickets sold will receive a goodie bag valued at R1000 – a curly-girl’s dream come true.
Venue: The Galleria, Sandton. Doors open at 9:00. Tickets are available at R120 each. Children under 12 are free. Visit www.webtickets.co.za.
Join the conversation @Clicks_SA #ClicksCurls #Clickshairconvo.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOLANDA DUMA
Yolanda Duma celebrates her 28th birthday today while getting ready to tee off on the 2nd day of the Investec SA Women’s Open 2018 taking place at the Westlake Golf Club in Cape Town.
” The most memorable moment in my short professional career thus far has been undoubtedly my 8th place finish at the Sun PinkStig Series, which took place at Parkview Club Club.” says Yolanda Duma
Yolanda the younger sister of Siviwe Duma started playing at the age of 8 years after being influenced by her brother now playing abroad. Michelle De Vries has been her ‘coach and mentor’ as Yolanda phrased it and has been largely influential in getting her ready to play pro golf. Yolanda…
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In South Africa, cancer is under–reported due to the lack of a comprehensive cancer surveillance system and this is a huge reason for concern.
With 1 day to go for World Cancer Day, communities around the world will hold festivals, walks, seminars and public information campaigns to raise awareness and educate people on cancer ‘ WE CAN, I CAN’.
We look at what South Africa has publicly planned on this day to collate with the rest of the world.
In Johannesburg the ‘One Step at a Time Campaign’, an initiative of the Breast Health Foundation will be hosting a 5km walk at Zoo Lake. This walk is known as the One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk and invites all cancer warriors, families and friends.
In Cape Town the HPCA and the Cancer Alliance are hosting a 5km and 10km walk at the Castle of Good Hope, a historical…
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