Reader Experience The ANC is Changing Lives!

With the turn of every year as South Africans gather around the braai’s during the holidays, talk always comes down to the hot topic of the ANC government and with out fail, when the ruling party becomes the hot topic, service delivery follows soon after!

Culture Searching for a Sangoma

“Remember, we are all different, with different beliefs.”

Kaya FM and the future! What does the future of radio hold?

“Radio is the original social media, a heavily pressured space which can only grow with the current form of innovation unlike print and TV which are currently under threat”

Property Hard & Soft

‘An undeniably contemporary yet welcoming home,’ is how interior architect Nina Sierra Rubia describes this standout property in Cape Town’s Camps Bay.

Feature How Africa Tweets

Twitter has become a major social media platform that has not only brought the world closer but gone so far as to create its own language; case in point #hashtag #selfie etc.

In 1994, only 50% of households had access to decent sanitation, in 2012 the number increased to 77% The work of a sangoma is work which divines beyond this lifetime Incorporating global influence A bold but distinctly livable interior More and  more people leave Facebook and hop over to TwitterVille
In 1994, only 50% of households had access to decent sanitation, in 2012 the number increased to 77%


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Kaya FM and Johnnie Walker Blue Label present... The Gentlemen’s Wager
Tune into the best T in the City and Georgie in the Afternoon to hear how the Gentleman’s Wager unfolds.

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Feb
2015

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Business Fred Swaniker
Fred Swaniker opens his TED Talk with the line; "I experienced my first coup d'état at the age of four." It's a loaded sentence that leaves you winded, but the Ghanaian entrepreneur doesn't let you wallow in "vivid recollections of fear" for long.

11
Feb
2015

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Column Six of one, half-a-dozen of the other
When Katie Holmes divorced Tom Cruise (apparently, she got tired of walking next to him in a trench hurriedly dug by minions everywhere they went – it was either divorce, or giving up heels completely), I was working for a celebrity magazine (don’t judge; I needed the money).

11
Feb
2015

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Travel Afro-Travel in Blissful Bali
When two power brands come together the results can only be sensational. For two lucky Afropolitan readers Jabu and his wife Thokozani, the partnership between Afropolitan and Club Med saw them flying out to the magical island of Bali for an all expenses paid trip courtesy of Club Med.

10
Feb
2015

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Love in a time of xenophobia Feature
Is it really possible that every Nigerian living in South Africa is a criminal, drug dealer, or fraudster? This is the question Rev. Ejimadu Chidozie asks in his commentary for online magazine SANigerians. The stigmatisation of Nigerians in South Africa has become so deeply entrenched in public consciousness that it has created the need for an orga

09
Feb
2015

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K. Light is turning 20  
We wish k. Light a very happy birthday!

09
Feb
2015

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Restaurant Review Friday afternoon traffic. Johannesburg. Work. Stress. Late!
Dinner at the oneNINEone restaurant in the lobby of the Hyatt Johannesburg was a kaleidoscope of cultural experiences.

02
Feb
2015

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Millionaires MUST HAVES! Treat yourself
Are you looking to spoil yourself or a loved one? If you have had a good year and your personal banker is very pleased with the balance in your account, we have a few suggestions of must-haves you well…have to have!

29
Jan
2015

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