https://youtu.be/YgqF0JIAc1U If you want to purchase Bitcoin as an investment and you want to join the BitClub Network Company, so that BitClub can mine Bitcoin and other Crypto Currency on your behalf to grow a stable and increasing investment for you, please join BitClub for free at http://bitclub.network/clydethorburn. Once you join, you will be set up with a free lead account and receive follow up emails detailing how you can create a Bitcoin investment account with The BitClub Network. For any answers to questions contact Clyde Thorburn at http://clyde-thorburn-seo-specialist-johannesburg.strikingly.com/#contact-clyde-thorburn. Author : Coindesk : Alyssa Hertig. What is a Decentralized Application? Internet users don't have sole control over the data they share on today's websites. Ethereum is unique in that it attempts to wield the blockchain as a way to correct what its designers believe is a problematic part of the internet's design. It's like a “decentralized app store” where anyone can publish their unstoppable apps (dapps), which unlike today’s apps (think Gmail or Uber) don’t require a middleman to function or to manage a user’s information. Dapps connect users and providers directly. One example is to use this design for a decentralized Twitter that’s resistant to censorship. Once you publish a message to the blockchain, it can’t be erased, not even by the company that created the micro blogging system. There isn’t one definition of a dapp, though, as it’s a newer concept. A couple of main characteristics are that they're open source and don't have a central point of failure. Three types. With this new technology out in the wild, Ethereum advocates might feel electrified by the thought of decentralizing "all the things." But the types of applications that users can build with the computing platform might be somewhat narrow. The Ethereum white paper at https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/White-Paper#applications splits dapps into three types: . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16JigAfzEi4&feature=youtu.be Independent energy expert Ted Blom, speaker and advisory board member at African Utility Week in Cape Town in May shares his views on several developments this week in the energy sector including the appointment of the new Eskom board, appearance of two Eskom executives before the Parliamentary enquiry, Brian Molefe’s court judgement, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement about nuclear power and the Cape Town water crisis. The interview was done by ESI Africa editor Nicolette Pombo-Van Zyl. Award-winning energy platform The 18th annual African Utility Week will gather over 7000 decision makers from more than 80 countries to discuss the challenges, solutions and successes in the power, energy and water sectors on the continent. Along with multiple side events and numerous networking functions the event also boasts a seven track conference with over 300 expert speakers. The conference programme will address the latest challenges, developments and opportunities in the power and water sectors: ranging from generation, T&D, metering, technology and water. The African Utility Week expo offers an extensive technical workshop programme that are CPD accredited, free to attend, hands-on presentations that take place in defined spaces on the exhibition floor. They discuss practical, day-to-day technical topics, best practices and product solutions that businesses, large power users and utilities can implement in their daily operations. Industry support Already the event has secured support from leading industry players including Landis+Gyr, Hexing South Africa as platinum sponsors while water expert company Sensus is a gold sponsor. African Utility Week is the flagship energy event organised by the multi-award winning Spintelligent, leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and part of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the UK. Other well-known energy events . . .
https://youtu.be/OdMR7QC5dzI This is my 2nd music Video ever which has played on most local video platforms like Soweto’s TV. People love this song and they love the video more! From: Philile Lloyd Ntobela CLICK HERE to submit a Video Press Release to MyPR. . . .
https://youtu.be/TonlUU57SSE Church of Scientology caps season of expansion with dynamic Grand Opening in northern hills of the “City of Gold”—Johannesburg. Out of the shadow of the past a new generation is rising up, making a voice for themselves and creating a land defined by freedom of expression and spiritual awareness—a new South Africa. Historically acknowledged as the Cradle of Humankind and now known for its inescapable, vigorous energy, a once divided Johannesburg (Joburg) continues to be on the forefront of unified change. As one of the top 50 cities in the world in terms of both size and commerce, this pan-African capital is home to many creative and cultural forces—individuals and organizations set upon cutting a better and brighter path to community success. That spirit of innovation and new hope was resonant on a warm Saturday afternoon in Johannesburg North as over 1,500 Scientologists and guests gathered to dedicate the city’s stunning Church of Scientology on the hills of Randburg. In commemorating the occasion, Mr. David Miscavige, the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, welcomed those in attendance in light of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s (LRH) wishes to infuse a segregated South Africa with sanity and guidance more than 50 years ago: “Should anyone ask what it means to follow an LRH dream from ‘One Man, One Vote’ to One Nation, One Purpose and from African power to African pride and Africa forever to Africa alive, well, all you have to do is consider those words ‘eternally Africa’ and ‘endlessly Africa,’ because herein lies our Lion’s Gate to Infinity’s door.” The Grand Opening ceremony was accented with creativity and vibrant expression, led by the magical sounds of Djembe drums mixed with traditional dancers and the melodies of a local choir. The festivities soon evolved into a chorus of dignitaries from all over Johannesburg and Gauteng—welcoming the Church and forecasting a propitious future upon the . . .
https://youtu.be/bHZY7EIbSFs What’s new in 2017? There will be a greater focus on ciders and the offering will be extensive, as the local cider industry has taken off over the past few years. A corporate hospitality offering will be available for the Friday night, including a dedicated seating area, food and beer vouchers, dedicated host, as well as branding opportunity. Cape Town’s business set is invited to take advantage of the unique opportunity to host their year-end parties at CTFOB 2017. Corporate hospitality packages can be booked via Webtickets.co.za. Special discount is available for groups of more than 20 people. While many of the now established brewers will return, there will be a number of brewers attending the festival for the first time. Everyone from the casual beer drinker to the beer sommelier will have the opportunity to sip on beers they’ve never tasted, styles they’ve never tried and to see how brewers are pushing the boundaries of beer more than ever. CTFOB also has an established relationship with Uber, allowing attendees to travel to and from the event using a reduced rate. Something for everyone This year there will be a unique feel to each of the three days of the festival, from the ideal year-end function or post-work drinks event on Friday, to a day of sports and entertainment on Saturday, and finally a day focussed on the whole family, on Sunday. Thursday 31 November Thursday night will kick off the event, with the traditional Brewers’ Braai, which serves as a premier networking event for SA’s leading brewers. This event is closed to the public. Friday 1 December This year companies are encouraged to book their year-end functions at CTFOB. Enjoy the best in beer and food on Friday night after a final week of work. Companies have the opportunity to secure their own space on the night, including a dedicated space, a host, food and beer vouchers, as well as an opportunity to brand their area. Head to . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E8vqCFUmKg Zapper Empowers Homeless Artists by Establishing Chuma Somdaka Art Foundation From: Garth Elliott CLICK HERE to submit a Video Press Release to MyPR. . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJQ-Pnf6H-Y By design, Mediatech Africa – now on – is an experience which visitors immerse themselves in, leaving invigorated and inspired by the possibility of opportunity and a fast forward glimpse into the future. An unmatched platform for networking, education and entertainment, this high energy – high impact event is all about the seamless integration of technology and creativity. It’s about making the impossible possible. It’s about innovation and bringing ideas to life using the latest tech. If there is anything you want to learn about technology within these six verticals: Broadcast - TV & Radio; Film & Video Production; Digital Media; Pro Audio – Lighting – Staging; Audio Visual Integration; and Studio - Recording – DJ – then get to Mediatech 2017 at the Ticketpro Dome. The expo ends Friday 21 July at 6:00pm. From: Melanie Stevens . . .
https://youtu.be/g6xeahcm8K8 Recording artist Kelda's latest projects in the modeling, public speaking, and film industries Internationally recognized artist Keldamuzik alias "Diva" brings diversity into the entertainment industry. She is fearless and has dipped her toe into many successful ventures. Kelda's first self- authored movie "Love the Original Way" debuted last year in Hollywood during the Black African American Film Festival. The film has so far made it to the Amazon Prime and is available in Japan, Germany, US, and the UK. Kelda's endeavors in film production have landed her two spots in the movies "Hit and Run" (produced by Mak Toriano) and "Girls Start Up" (produced by John Junior), whose release dates are yet to be confirmed. Kelda, who has previously toured overseas with R&B singer Lloyd in Japan and the Caribbean with Reggae singer Jah Cure is working on her next hit single which will debut in the summer and will be released by her label "Digz Media." A series of performances will follow the release. Currently, she is working on her latest modeling project, dubbed "Kelda speaks," which depicts the life of a young girl struggling to convert her challenges into successes. The artist is also the host of Diva Talk Tonite, a talk show which has bagged new dissemination deals through a private mobile company. The show focuses on different industries and hosts people from all professions. Her hit single "Queen for a Night" has bagged licensing deals with clothing brands to fuel its industry penetration. In the spirit of giving back to society, Keldamuzik collaborates with several non-profit organizations to develop communities by empowering young women through relating her personal experiences. For this cause, she has a project called "The Diva Outreach." Plans are underway for the release of her Diva fragrance and a clothing line. In her modeling career, she has worked with Skylier Wear Clothing, Swankety Swank Fashions and Fashion . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC5ANxK2uck An introduction to a lively, often misunderstood, part of Cape Town and some of the enterprising local entrepreneurs. From: Scott Dunlop CLICK HERE to submit a Video Press Release to MyPR. . . .