Local changemaker invited to present her research at the International Conference On Management of Technology in Birmingham

Nosizwe Mxobo, born and bred in the informal settlement Umkhonto, in Nyanga, East at Cape Town dreamed about being a change maker for her community since  childhood. At the age of 15 she started working to be able to pay for her transport to her highschool in Khayelitsha. After being the only female to pass her matric exam with exemption in high school, she started her Bachelor of Technology in […]

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Soccer: A universal language

Written by Andrea Fisher  A universal language, the beautiful game is a sport loved by billions of people across the globe. Whether playing in the streets or spectating at 50 000-seater stadiums, there is a unified division as people come together to watch and spur on their chosen team. In South Africa, soccer has been the sport of the people for more than one hundred years. It was in 1996 when […]

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“Invisible Borders” by Akwasi

When people ask me how my time was in South Africa I notice my answer is contradictory. A beautiful country with beautiful people who I met last year and can see once again. On the other hand, I passionately hate that which is invisible in the country. That which is intangible. The invisible frontiers of Apartheid still exist. At home I notice that many White Dutch people experience South Africa […]

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