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Glitch Online Magazine aims to facilitate and increase Black Empowerment in black communities. The magazine further assists to motivate youth and assist them to formulate innovative solutions. Glitch magazine's vision is to help tackle the problems that the youth seem to face on their own.The magazine further assists to motivate youth and assist them to formulate innovative solutions. Glitch magazine's vision is to help tackle the problems that the youth seem to face on their own.

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Khanya Hadebe referred to as THE VOICE believes in black empowerment in its entirety and its essential for black communities to realise their potential and work to better each other. He has worked with heavy weights in the entertainment industry like Smiso Zwane (okmalumkoolkat) and Sanele Xolo, these gentlemen have opened his eyes to a world he is in right now and they never fail to inspire him with the amount of work they put in on any project they do

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When looking for the right mentor “do’s” it must be someone you can trust and who has achieved the kind of success that you want. This way their advice and guidance comes from experience. Start with people around you i.e. a family friend or local business woman. If your potential mentor is someone you do not already know, write to them.

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This article is the first in a series that seeks to build the entrepreneurial spirit of South African youth by providing background and practical advice on how to start and run a successful business as a young South African entrepreneur. Shocking Background: As at July 2017 according to STATS SA there were 3 million South Africans aged between 15 and 24 were neither employed nor pursuing higher education.

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Thebe Magugu is a fashion designer. He was born and raised in Kimberley and is inspired by the women who played important roles in his life. Magugu studied Fashion & Apparel Design at LISOF Fashion School in Johannesburg. Magugu's work is unified by themes of juxtaposition. He has a talent for marrying opposites, particularly gentle femininity with an utilitarian toughness.

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Lizole Jonas is a self-motivated young individual who resides in the North West of Johannesburg. He is currently doing a BCom in Management Marketing at Boston City Campus and Business College. Lizole Jonas is embarking on a journey to be a Marketing and Brand Manager. At the age of 22 he has a media company which he is partnership with his two brothers.

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Atandwa Duduza Yiduthi Kani is a Naledi Award winning South African film and theatre actor, born in Port Elizabeth. He is the son of veteran South African actor, director and playwright John Kani. He was exposed to the entertainment industry at a young age by observing and learning from his father, who studied for his own acting roles and took him along to theatre performances. These experiences influenced him to follow in his father's footsteps.

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Hip hop artist and winner of "Caution The Beat" , Vwanganji Chonya also known as Vee Mason, is a versatile musician who has shared staged with artists like AKA and many more in the early stages of his career. He is a very multi-talented artist. Most would refer to him as a rapper but he believes that he is musician because his music is versatile, unique and diverse.

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Participating in a hackathon (an event where participants find new ways of turning data into useful tools) made me see the vast imagination of girls and their eagerness to tackle problems using technologies. I want to urge you to invest in quality education for girls. Available, accessible and quality education will bridge the gap between girls and women, and success.

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Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.

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This article is the first in a series that seeks to assist South African youth to access job opportunities through the provision of publicly available information that facilitates the reduction of unemployment nationwide. On 27th March 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa launched the Youth Employment Service, which will be known as the YES initiative, at the Riverside Incubation Hub in Fourways.

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