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Kaizer Chiefs' new kit bringing back glory days

Kaizer Chiefs’ new kit bringing back glory days

By Guest Contributor 27-07-23 22:13

Out of the criticism put on Kaizer Chiefs, the club looks dedicated to starting the season on its highest note… writes Godfrey Sigwela. The glamour boys’ staff at Naturena seem to be having sleepless nights fixing all the holes from their previous haunting PSL 23/24 season. Having managed to bring back their longtime technical sponsorship in […]

Artificial Intelligence gradually swallowing South African languages

Artificial Intelligence could gradually swallow South African languages

By Guest Contributor 24-07-23 13:03

It appears that certain languages could be substituted by Artificial Intelligence (AI)… writes Godfrey Sigwela. Already, computer programs are producing interpretations that are incorrect and spelling errors in words written in one of South Africa’s popular languages, isiXhosa (which is reportedly spoken as a first language by 10 million people in SA, and as a […]

Madiba not a prophet of the doom. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela

Madiba echoed a reality

By Guest Contributor 19-07-23 12:19

Nelson Mandela was never a prophet of doom. He predicted the future of South Africa… writes Godfrey Sigwela. Even when he was still in jail, he knew and had a hope that South Africa would be free one day. Forgiveness, peace and a free democratic society were included in his vision. But on the other […]

Whistleblowing techniques for sale

Whistleblowing techniques for sale

By Guest Contributor 11-07-23 18:19

Whistleblowing techniques have been transformed into a valuable product that can be sold and purchased…. writes Godfrey Sigwela. That means the art of whistleblowing has become a sophisticated information technology tool which everyone should learn and understand. Definitely, whistleblowing copies would sell like hot cakes as it seems everyone would like to explore what constitutes the […]

Durban Rickshaw puller Mjabuliseni Dlamini has been in the business for more than 12 years. Photo: Nia Louw

Rickshaw puller (61) wins big in Durban for his contribution to tourism

By Guest Contributor 04-07-23 16:50

Entrepreneurs in the tourism, hospitality and creative industries received a much-needed boost for their businesses when they were honoured at the second Durban Tourism Business Awards on Thursday, June 15… writes Nia Louw, Berea Mail. This year’s rickshaw-puller winner was 61-year-old Mjabuliseni Dlamini. He said the R50,000 prize money will help him to renovate his […]

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Kaizer Chiefs scapegoat caught fans napping – new head coach

By Guest Contributor 29-06-23 10:00

In our previous Keizer Chiefs article, the writer did not mince his words when he indicated that “football politics are too heavy to handle“… writes Godfrey Sigwela. The writer referred to Amakhosi being one example of a team likely to be trapped in those football politics. Look what had happened at Naturena. Coach Zwane was […]

Football politics too heavy to handle

Football politics too heavy to handle

By Guest Contributor 19-06-23 12:02

There is no difference between football politics and that of political organisations. They share one common thing – that of making a promise, and then not delivering on it… writes Godfrey Sigwela. Therefore Kaizer Chiefs fans should not start believing all that’s been said about the revitalising of the glamour boys. In order to avoid […]

Cardboard box not as good as a kangaroo pouch. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela

Kangaroo baby care is better than putting babies in cardboard boxes!

By Guest Contributor 07-06-23 13:10

It looks like a kangaroo technique could teach how to take care of newborn babies at the Mahikeng Provincial Hospital maternity ward… writes Godfrey Sigwela. Recently, nurses in the maternity ward at Mahikeng Hospital allegedly placed newborn babies in cardboard boxes. In contrast to that, at Netcare Linkwood Hospital newborn babies enjoy life through a […]

Eskom infrastructure could carry a bright future. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela

Minister of Electricity given power for innovation

By Guest Contributor 29-05-23 13:11

The powers given to the Minister of Electricity, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa can be viewed as a platform to herald innovation… writes Godfrey Sigwela. Ramokgopa would be able to apply and display what made him be appointed the Minister of the country’s most limited resource, electricity. Already the Minister has mentioned his intention to apply sophisticated technology […]

Goal award requires a great effort. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela

PSL Fans need Haaland-esque goals galore

By Guest Contributor 22-05-23 09:25

Getting an award at the end of the season is what all Premier Soccer League (PSL) players are dreaming about in South Africa… writes Godfrey Sigwela.  However the players’ efforts in the field of play seem to not be relevant to their dreams. Apparently PSL fans are not happy and are complaining about the lack […]

TV dumped in response to the latest technology. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela

TV sets thrown out in fear of AI, but benefits on the way too

By Guest Contributor 15-05-23 08:15

Influenced by a fear of innovation and artificial intelligence, some South Africans have dumped their television sets… writes Godfrey Sigwela. They did this after hearing that the SABC will no longer be using the analogue broadcasting system. Unfortunately, some consumers did not understand the innovation jargon announced by the SABC. It appears that some people […]

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