Monthly Archive: January 2015

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New Year’s edition

LET me start off by saying, Compliments of the New Year to each one of you BASH Lifestyle readers. If 2014 was not a great year for you, I wish 2015 can be great, and if 2014 was a great year for you, I wish that 2015 is even greater. Last year was a tough year for business here in South...

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Don’t Forget To Also Build Relationships Offline

The conventional scenarios of meeting prospective dates and making new friends are fast becoming redundant. We put so much of ourselves out there online for millions of “friends” to see and it’s alarming how real life and the obscure internet have become intertwined. With all the information we put up on our profiles; name, sex, birth date, place of residence...

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Ever heard of the word “molakalaka”?

HEITA, SHARP, HOWZIT. This word is common among a lot guys who smoke on street corners using a telephone directory or those that have a thing for Best Blend better known as BB. And yes, as men are very competitive they often use this word to determine their manhoods. You know, the mine is bigger than yours type of challenge....

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The Uzenzele Program

Uzenzele specializes in designing and implementing programs to strategically support your Skills, Supplier and Enterprise Development needs that are aligned with the respective requirements under the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice.

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Lehlohonolo

I am Lehlohonolo Katjedi born and raised in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. Im a girl who likes doing good and being around people who do good and respect others. I respect every person who also respects me, irrespective of their culture and beliefs. I’m a hard worker and sophisticated person, a girl who believes you can achieve anything you desire. I have good communication skills and that’s...

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MATSHEPO “NEY” MTHEMBU

Zamathembu, Matshepo “Ney” Mthembu, born and bred in Glenanda currently living in the East Rand to render my labour! I’m fairly a geek, I love English, I’m a poet, public speaker and a Mpintji at love life, I took the Miss Face of KA1 2014,I sing, dance, model, laugh, write books and poems, cook, socialize and go wild in my spare time, I’m a...

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Top Billing Presenter Simba Mhere

If there’s one thing that Simba would like see changed is people’s perception that he’s a coconut, some people even think he can’t speak his home language, which is Shona. Asked what’s his favourite hip-hop track, he layed me TI — ‘Ain’t about the Money’, that’s his everyday track in the beemer.