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Basketball Clubs In The City

The Wanderers Basketball Club  South African basketball is growing in popularity. As a basketball player, you need a club that will push you to greater heights, and this club is that club. The Wanderers Basketball section was founded with the goal to promote the sport of basketball outside of the university and school structure. If […]

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#Sport: Soccer Clubs In The City

Football Clubs For The Little Ones This one is for all the inquisitive minds that enjoy exploring and asking a 105 questions in an hour! Let's kick some balls and run around for a little bit, shall we? Mom and dad make sure you join in, and soon we'll be cheering like a soccer mom. […]

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The Kids Want To Have Fun Too But On A Budget

Staying Indoors On A Budget Bake With The Little Ones Baking is really fun and kids don't mind getting their hands dirty, especially if it's something they can eat afterwards. Also, in case you didn’t know, baking is said to have many benefits for the little ones such as improving their mathematical skills because they […]

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Educational Trips For Students Around Jozi

Sterkfontein Half Day Trip The Sterkfontein Caves, located in the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site, are known for their fossil finds. Kids can look forward to guided tours that go deep into the caves, offering the opportunity to see the famous Mrs Ples, a 2.1 million-year-old skull, and Little Foot, an almost complete skeleton that is […]

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Seven Studying Tips

Make A Study Timetable Never underestimate the power of planning. Having a study timetable helps your mind get into a routine of studying certain topics/subjects at certain times. This might also help you remember what you study more effectively. Take Regular Breaks Some people can only concentrate on one subject for 30 or 45 minutes at […]

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Stan Lee: As We Bid Farewell To "The Man" That Made Marvel

And So It Goes... "You know, my motto is 'Excelsior.' That's an old word that means 'upward and onward to greater glory.' It's on the seal of the state of New York. Keep moving forward, and if it's time to go, it's time. Nothing lasts forever." – Stan Lee. He is Marvel, the one and […]

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#JoburgCares: Where To Get Your Breast Cancer Screening In The City

Mobile Screenings We choose to be vocal about matters that matter. And you know that we always keep our ears on the ground to give you nothing but amazing news. Here's some updates on the advancements of health services for breast cancer screenings. PinkDrive First and foremost is none other than the Pink Drive, who […]

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#NoExcuse For Violence Against Women And Children

Will You Stand Your Ground? Now let's stand together and build a nation we would want the next generation to live in. Father A Nation in collaboration with Carling Black Label have started a series of workshops aimed at empowering students and community members with skills on how to fight and eradicate violence against women and […]

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Be Part Of These Nelson Mandela Day Events

Mandela Day Farm School Festival Date: Thursday, 18 July 2019 at 09:30 – 15:00 Their Mandela Day initiatives are always part of the larger high-impact projects. At Blair Atholl Primary School, they have installed storm-water drainage systems and have done extensive paving around the school. And this year they could use your help to paint […]

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Study At The University Of Johannesburg

The University of Johannesburg is ranked number five in South Africa's best universities' category. It is also ranked 601-650 in the world, and 63rd among all BRICS universities. Vibrant, multicultural and dynamic, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) prides itself on sharing the pace and energy of cosmopolitan Johannesburg, the city whose name it carries. The university […]

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Then & Now: Braamfontein

We can delve into the old origins of Braamfontein, or we could skip a couple of decades forward and tell you about how Braamies became the cool inner-city suburb we know today. Before an influx of hipsters, bright-eyed millennials and foodies took over Braamfontein, this part of town played home to the white collar workers […]

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Top Schools To Kick-Start Your Career

Media/Broadcasting AFDA As the top film, TV and performance school on the continent, AFDA is the first choice for many aspiring film stars, directors and producers. AFDA has fully equipped campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Botswana, where they train graduates to contribute to one of the largest growth industries in the […]

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Choosing A Driving School

Let's start this off with a little story. One of the journos in the office recently went for his driver's license. He used a local school because it was close to work. The guy was dedicated to getting his license on the first try and booked ten lessons with the aforementioned school. Long story short, […]

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Varsity Open Days

Varsity open days are a great way to gather information about the faculty you’re interested in as well as what student life looks like at the campus you’ll be attending. Different varsities have different ways in which interaction with prospective students takes place, but we’ve rounded up some open day info for a number of […]

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Design Courses at Vega Worth Checking Out

Game Design If you’re a gamer, then it goes without saying that you’ve thought about creating your own games before. Well, with Vega’s Game Design course you can do just that. The short learning course equips you with the know-how to create your own fantasy worlds, be it flying through the outer rim of the galaxy or fighting orcs in a […]

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Second Hand Book Stores

Although we can go on and on about our shared love for books, they can be very expensive. You can easily spend a ridiculous amount of money on a couple of novels, and don’t even get us started on school textbooks. Big moola. But this doesn't have to mean we should forego our love for paperbacks, […]

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Become Part Of The Foodie World With Capsicum Culinary Studio

Join The Capsicum Culinary Studio Family! Capsicum Culinary Studio has a growing reputation for producing highly successful chef graduates, who work at all levels within the industry, locally and globally. A winning combination of industry-trained lecturers, internationally-recognised City & Guilds chef courses, as well as a thriving student life, sets Capsicum Culinary Studio apart as SA’s leading chef […]

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The Coolest Gap Year Destinations On Earth

Thailand & Laos South-East Asia for the win! Make your way through crazy, cool tropical jungles on a scooter, or hang out on the beach during the full moon parties. Either way, you need to get yourself to Thailand and Laos at least once in your life and your gap year is the perfect time. […]

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How To Survive Your First Year Of Varsity In Joburg

Don't Miss Orientation Week Everyone says it’s a waste of time during the day and you should only bother pitching up for the parties at night, but it gives you a crash course on studenting 101. I didn’t stay for the entire period but the time I spent being guided around made me feel far […]

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Learn To Capture Amazing Photos At The College Of Digital Photography

About The College Of Digital Photography The College Of Digital Photography (CODP) offers a variety of high quality, part-time photography, videography, editing and art courses, and is the place where aspiring photographers can discover or refine their photographic skills. Lectures are held by professional photographers, so no matter what questions you have, one of them […]

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