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Digital Crates: What The F#@k Is A Jay Electronica?

If you’re new here, please subscribe to my RSS feed. I look forward to engaging!Jay Electronica is probably one of the most fascinating characters to enter the realm of hip hop. The trajectory of any artist is to put their music out there, build a sustainable career (although with some of these people out here, one does wonder), and go …

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Win An All-In-One Printer From HP

I recently did a post on my relationship with printers, and HP South Africa have been nice enough to provide me with one to give away here. It is the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 4645 2- All-in-One Printer which goes for the RRP of R1,599 in South Africa. A great printer for home or small business, it is web-connected, which …

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Button-up With Ben Sherman

For their Spring/Summer 2014 collection campaign, the concept goes back to Ben Sherman’s roots as a shirt-maker. It is centred around buttoning up your shirt. In the press release, CEO Mark Maidment says, “Buttoning up the top button of your shirt is something that’s been done to Ben Sherman shirts since 1963. It is a deliberate style choice that exudes ‘Britishness’ and personal pride. It’s also an integral part of British style culture. Ben Sherman visually acknowledges this style decision with its brand new campaign – The Original Button Up Since 1963”

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Win Luggage Worth R11,000 With Club Med

Last year, I went on a rare holiday with my family to Club Med’s La Plantation D’Albion resort in Mauritius. Since that trip, my kids have been hounding me regularly to find out when we are doing a Club Med holiday again and where we are going to next – I’m thinking Bali or China. We did a week last …

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Into The Rush Of Horseracing

There are certain events on the South African social calendar that seem to be as much (if not more) about hype than the actual event. I have always felt the Durban July and, to a slightly lesser extent, the Met in Cape Town are two such events. The excitement around these occasions is often focused on marques, fashion and partying. …

Kojo BaffoeInto The Rush Of Horseracing