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Add Hope during World Hunger Month with KFC

October 14, 2014 |

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Or else you can follow me on Twitter Thanks for visiting!I often have the privilege of travelling out to some of our rural communities in KZN to assist with a feeding scheme we are involved in. I have also been following this [...]Read More

iPhoneography Exhibitions 2014 – Joburg & Cape Town

September 11, 2014 |

Every year about 3 weeks before the iPhoneography exhibitions kick off, I get slight heart palpitations and sweaty palms, hoping that the exhibitions will be a success. So far, after 4 years, my stress has been unjustified and everything has run 100% smoothly. The way things are going, this year is going to by far [...]Read More

Comparison of ZEST T1 and gobii 4.5″/4″ Smartphones

June 12, 2014 |

The entry-level smartphone landscape is changing in South Africa. There is an influx of reasonably priced entry level smartphones hitting the market at the moment, and it won’t be long before we see the illusive (decent spec) entry level smartphone hitting the market at around R500. Personally I have been on the hunt over the [...]Read More

How to earn Discovery Vitality Points with your iPhone 5s (For Free!)

April 14, 2014 |

Discovery Vitality is an interesting concept, which often leaves many people frustrated. The aim of the programme is to get to Gold (Diamond after 3 years of Gold) otherwise, basically, your life sucks. You don’t get good travel rewards, you don’t get money back on your credit card, and if you have a life policy [...]Read More

Twitter 101: How to remove your locations from all your tweets

March 24, 2014 |

Twitter has an annoying feature, which could sometimes land you in hot water if you not careful, by allowing you to tag your tweets with your location information. This is usually enabled by default on your twitter account, and most mobile apps include this information when sending a tweet. The information is fairly accurate, and [...]Read More

Why the @ILuvDBN & #WeLoveDurban campaign is a HUGE Fraud and Scam!!

March 17, 2014 |

Yesterday the lead story on front page of the Sunday Tribune was about how a certain Durban Digital Media company, was paid R500,000 for a social media campaign called We Love Durban. The campaign forms part of a global campaign, called the “Earth Hour City Challenge” by the WWF encouraging cities around the world to [...]Read More