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The land expropriation debate has crossed South Africa’s borders, with some left- and right-wing voices taking a stance for and against the issue. What is painfully shocking is both the ignorance and hyperbole from each side. Just this week a video was posted by a man

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Times are a-changing: There are more people, living closer together than ever before. Yet, we do not talk to each other. When I sit on my patio I know which neighbour is talking by identifying his voice,  yet I do not know any of my

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Sprout Social revealed in their Q3 2017 Sprout Social Index that 81% of consumers believe social media has increased accountability for brands. That is 81% of 1,000 consumers who believe that brands are now far more likely to have to acknowledge and act on issues

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The South African real estate landscape has fundamentally changed in just a few short years: fixed-fee and low-commission estate agencies have received the lion’s share of the limelight, causing sellers to question long-held fee structures based on the selling price of their homes. This is in

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