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By Cindy Trillo On Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Can South Africa’s Legal System Ever Work Smoothly?

The South African legal system is flawed. A muddle of pre-colonial, western and common law principles has created a hybrid legal system with its own flaws. Without clearly defined boundaries through which parti... Read more »
By Jack Botsford On Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

Five Common Fitness Mistakes

If you visit the World Wide Web today, you will be surprised that numerous articles have been made on this topic as much as people keep on making these costly fitness mistakes days in, day out. Every steroid se... Read more »
By Jack Botsford On Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

5 Mistakes Skinny Guys Should Avoid to Build Muscle

Just like losing weight, gaining weight and building muscles have their own challenges and it requires dedication and patience to achieve it. Some of the common mistake done by skinny guys is trying to follow t... Read more »
By Nelly Mkhize On Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

DUI Cases In South Africa Rocket By 15%, But Are Women To Blame?

The South African Police Service (SAPS) have just revealed their 2017/2018 annual crime statistics and one alarming figure stands out. The number of drivers arrested for driving under the influence of drugs and... Read more »
By Nelly Mkhize On Monday, September 3rd, 2018

Protecting Your College Work from IT Disasters

Students spend a huge amount of time writing essays, reports, dissertations, and other written work. It is a big part of many academic courses, so no student wants to boot up their computer to discover their es... Read more »
By Phillip Taylor On Friday, August 10th, 2018

Easy Personal Finance Tips for College Students

Top Personal Finance Strategies for College Students College students are typically considered to be poor money managers but the truth is that most college students live on a budget and if not, they can get the... Read more »
By Sbusiso Nkala On Monday, August 6th, 2018

Depression – The mysterious death of Prof. Bongani Mayosi

The startling death of Prof. Mayosi has raised much attention around the subject of depression. Conversations surrounding the tragic death of an icon, and a pioneer who has made great contributions to the publi... Read more »
By Nelly Mkhize On Friday, July 27th, 2018

UK Economic Growth Bounces Back as Service Sector Expands

Despite faltering in the first quarter of 2018, the UK economy has since rebounded – largely on the strength of its services sector, which is responsible for nearly 80% of the country’s GDP. As repo... Read more »
By Nelly Mkhize On Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

Debt Relief May Be the Answer to the South African Debt Problem

South Africans who earn less than R7500 and have a total unsecured debt of less than R50,000 may soon have the opportunity to have that debt forgiven. If the Debt Relief bill is passed, millions of South Afric... Read more »
By Cindy Trillo On Monday, July 16th, 2018

Report Reveals How Best To Tackle Africa’s Housing Crisis

Housing in Africa is already sparse. Therefore, the World Bank’s prediction that the urban African population will double over the next 25 years is a worrying statistic. At present, 56% of the continent’s ... Read more »