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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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Meet Muhluri Tlhandleka Sambo who is an 18-year-old author. Born in Malamulele Hospital in the year 2001 and was raised in two villages—Gidjamhandeni and Phugwani. Later moved to Soweto in 2004 and began pre-school. In 2015 I began my high school studies at UJMA—University of Johannesburg Metropolitan Academy and I matriculated in 2019 with a Bachelor. He is a sporty teenager who loves soccer and chess.

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This is Monaheng Sello Nelson who is from Heidelberg Ratanda in Gauteng. He realised his loe for writing at an early age because he started songwriting and he was advancing his skills into writing. He started writing his first book in 2017 and it took him eight full months to finish it, he was 33 years old at the time. He was inspired by everyone's daily life experiences.

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Meet MZIMKHULU TOM who goes by the stage name MZIDASLAMPOET. The meaning behind the name makes a lot of sense to him as a writer and a poet. He started writing in primary school and at the time he knew nothing about poetry until one of his English teachers gave them homework based on environment . The writing started out as homework and research and it ended up being one of his favourite most explored talents.

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The outline of our business plan template appears below. It is simplified a bit for this page, so we encourage you to download the Word version to get instructions for each section, as well as a cover page, table of contents, legal disclaimer, and more.

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Tsholofelo Lena Ngubeni is a 22 year old creative and poetry writer who is based in Vosloorus, Boksburg region where she was born and raised. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Business Management which she competed at Damelin (Pty) Ltd in 2018, and is currently a Marketing Assistant by profession. She writes about romance, personal healing, self discovery & mental growth. Tsholofelo has a debut poetry book which is called The Plethora of Love Paradigms, it was published under The Global Destiny Publishing House in 2018 and is on the above mentioned topics. When she's not writing, she's exploring life at large.

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The South African marketing sector is undergoing significant changes as it grows and adapts to the new demands of consumers. The emergence of Big Data is the latest transformation faced by the sector and if you wish to be a success in the marketing field, it is essential that you remain up to date with the needs of your industry’s target market.

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Meet Jonathan Lefenya, who is a Soweto spoken word artist whose work flings open the narrow window of language through which we are accustomed to describing reality and in so doing, compels both Self and audience to reflect on the plight and plethora of the human condition. Growing up he had neither a sense of the world nor his place in it, so the poet uses writing as a metaphor for control. He started out writing when he went for a WordNSound poetry session.

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In South Africa, small businesses are critical to our national economy. With a staggering unemployment rate of 27.6% and around 127 000 jobs lost in the third quarter of last year, there has never been a stronger need for entrepreneurs to step up and fight for the nation.

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Keep in mind that the toxicity of the above individuals is clearly a matter of degree. You may have experienced some, if not all, of these behaviors – hopefully in a mild form – occasionally in your relationships. And that’s the key word: occasionally. In a toxic relationship these behaviors are the norm, not the exception. Most of us manipulate once in a while, play helpless, induce guilt, etc. We’re not perfect nor are our relationships. What distinguishes a toxic relationship is both the severity of these behaviors and how frequently they occur.

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