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Tech Talk: with Sphumelele Zondi

The world is dealing with the Coronavirus at the moment. KwaZulu-Natal had two scares, but the patients were found not to have it. The virus is also reported to have a massive impact on the multi billion Rand industry of video games. The Chinese gaming event called League of Legends postponed its season due to the Coronavirus. Siphumelele Zondi is here to discuss gaming, what it is, how it's a multi-billion Rand industry and how the Coronavirus is affecting it.


Lulama Xalipi, Fashion Designer and Business Manager.
Starting her own Fashion House Business called Haute Lulu! And setting up a Bursary Programme for Disadvantaged students with her contacts in Atlanta USA, London UK and South Africa.
Lulu is in London, UK.
Capital of England
At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.

Tech Talk: with Sphumelele Zondi

Google has just opened its first Google Developer Space in Africa.
It's in Lagos in Nigeria.
Google says they often partner with tech innovstion for their projects in Africa.
So they won't build a tech hub like this one in other countries. But what are tech hubs. Siphumelele Zondi is here to discuss it with us.

Ezibukwayo – no Siya no Selby

Voice-over (also known as off-camera or off-stage commentary) is a production technique where a voice—that is not part of the narrative (non-diegetic)—is used in a radio, television production, filmmaking, theatre, or other presentations.

Lwazi Mchunu

Understanding our personalities – with Lwazi Mchunu

Relationship compatibility.

In every relationship there are Personality similarities and differences. Whilst some people get along well from the word go and enjoy relationships that seem like a match made in heaven, some people warm up to each other’s differences over time and end up falling so in love that anyone who knew them before gets surprised and shocked when seeing two people who seemed very incompatible doing well in a relationship.

Employee of the week

Ngiphakamisa udadewethu uThabile Mazibuko.Usebenza nzima ukugcina umndeni wakhe uthokozile.Wasikhipha wasikhulisa ngemali yasemajalidini.Safunda esibambe ngamazinyo esigqugquzela ukuba sounds.Akagcinanga lapho wasithengela ikhaza esisusa emjondolo wasibeka eNewlands nalapho kunguyena yedwa eyikhanda lomuzi.Uhlezi ukuba sihlale sithokkozile nakuba yena engenalutho. Namhlanje ngiyabonga ngokuthi siyilokhu esiyikho ngenxa yakhe.UNkulunkulu aqhumeke nokumbusisa njalo. (Happy Mazibuko)


Mlungisi “Manqonqo” Buthelezi is a 21 year old Musician born and bred in Zwelitsha, Adams Mission in Kwa Zulu-Natal. From the age of 10 it was clear that the boy would one day be a star. His passion for music grew in music school groups during his childhood. He later got used to writing his own songs and producing his own music.

For the past four years, Manqonqo took his music to the next level when he started performing at professional staged. This made him realize that music was not just a hobby but a gift and a calling for him and he needed to share it with the rest of the world.

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