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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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Axolile Lucky Mke, known as ‘NowIam’ is a 2nd annual recipient of the Gauteng Youth Excellency and Service Award by Premier David Makhura under Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreations. He’s a self-driven, initiative and committed young man, born and grew up at Katlehong. He is working together with Bonang Mokale, known as ‘BonWise’. BonWise is an outspoken, self-driven, go getter with humour. They both the Founders of NowBonOld.

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Meet 19 year old Mirirai Naledi Mangope from Dobsonville in Soweto who aspires to be a model. Naledi is inspired by her background and aims to leave a mark in the fashion world. She was also inspired by the likes of Naomi Campbell because she is a fierce, bold and strong black woman who has a confident attitude and drive which she inspires to become.

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Meet Shawn Moropa who is a photographer, filmmaker and content producer . Shawn is dedicated into exposing young, talented and diverse artists by introducing them to the Modi-Mookgophong Music Awards (MMAs). Shawn Moropa is the CEO of the organization, the awards are presented by Final Scene Production which has partnered with Timothy Mahlatji Graphics and Ratio In Lifestyle.

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In the August issue we listed at least three points of how to compile a good business plan for a business/company. Here are the last four points

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You probably also wondered what does it mean, exactly, to think like a programmer? And how do you do it? Essentially, it’s all about a more effective way for problem solving. Know exactly what steps to take to be a better problem-solver.

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Oprah Winfrey is once again lending her name and influence to help educate and empower more African women. The Oprah Winfrey Foundation has launched a fully-funded fellowship aimed at empowering African women who are in public service.

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A popular career path for those interested in writing and digital media, journalism offers recent grads the opportunity to learn about all aspects of news-focused writing in areas including politics, travel and lifestyle. If you’re considering becoming a journalist, you might be wondering what this career path entails and whether it could be a good fit for you.

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In a generation we live in, men often prefer to have younger teens as their partners for certain reasons. Those teenagers also accept being in a relationship with someone older because they say, they have been to life and they matured. Not knowing what they be doing is certainly a rape and someone can be arrested for years.

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The latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016-2017 which states that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa contribute 36% to GDP. If SMEs are to increase their contribution to the local economy, and in turn, the number of jobs they create, we need to ensure that we have an enabling environment and entrepreneurial ecosystem that allows entrepreneurs to thrive.

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With few exceptions, human beings want to be emotionally and physically close to each other. Life seems better shared. And yet no area of human endeavor seems more fraught with challenges and difficulties than our relationships with others. Relationships, like most things in life worth having, require effort.

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