Disruptive work environment brand, SPACES, is expanding its South African footprint with two more prime locations opening in December 2017. The new centres in Long Street, Cape Town and Atrium on 5th in Sandton, bring SPACES’ innovative and inspirational office and meeting solutions to like-minded communities. This takes to 8 the number of branches opened since the global brand launched in South Africa in September 2017. Long Street, known as the Soho of Cape Town, complements perfectly the artful contemporary style that reflects the creative culture of SPACES. Wide walkways and casual seating areas, cultivate and present the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other professionals. Fast, unlimited WiFi and sophisticated technology is a standard SPACES offering to guarantee work efficiency. Local coffee bars, restaurants, craft markets, bookshops and backpackers’ lodges make for an interesting distraction whether you are a business tourist or a local. The second new centre is located in Atrium on 5th, previously known as the iconic Sandton Twin Towers. Having undergone major refurbishment, the building is cloaked in a revolutionary high performance double-glazed frontage to lend a modern feel and increase floorspace. Most notable, is the building’s sustainable and energy efficient initiatives, with developer Aurecon being awarded the ‘Best Quality Submission’ by the Green Building Council SA (GBCSA) in September 2014 for the project. An impressive green wall in the atrium houses a unique crate system made from recycled material. Both centres provide high-energy, aesthetically pleasing environments perfect for entrepreneurs or business travellers needing a professional place to work and host clients. Started in Amsterdam, the SPACES brand and their motto, ‘Success breeds success’ attracts global appeal with entrepreneurs, start-ups, corporate and creatives who prefer their innovative approach to work. Their flexible contracts and memberships . . .
• Clariant presents research paper Flotation '17 • Clariant Mining Solutions showcases froth floation and mineral processing strength at exhibition stand Johannesburg, Friday 03 November – Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals to the mining industry, is pleased to announce its participation in the 8th International Flotation Conference (Flotation '17) taking place on the 13th November to the 16th at the Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa. Clariant Metallurgist for Sub-Sahara Africa Mining Services, Linda Mahlangu is set to present a research paper, A Review of Phosphoric Acid Esters for the Flotation of Oxidised Copper Minerals on Tuesday, 14th November at 11:00. This paper follows a research study conducted focusing on phosphoric acid esters as potential alternatives to the sulphidizer-xanthate method currently used by most operations to recover oxide copper. In conjunction with the presentation, technical experts and commecial leaders will be available at the Clariant Mining Solutions exhibition stand while showcasing Clariant Southern Africa’s strengths in froth floation and mineral processing. Low grade oxide copper mineral flotation dates back to almost 70 years. Over the years the use of fatty acids to concentrate the copper oxides lost its popularity with most operations preferring the controlled potential sulphidisazition (CPS) method. In the presentation to be given by Ms. Mahlangu, she will deomonstrate the use of phosphoric acid esters as alternative collectors for oxide copper mineral flotation. Phosphoric acid esters are generally used in the flotation of oxides of iron, titanium and tin. These specialized collectors are also effective in selectively floating carbonates in the reverse flotation of phosphates, and since malachite is a carbonate mineral, in theory these collectors will effectively recover copper oxides. Clariant Mining Solutions has embarked on a campaign to review these collectors as alternative collectors for . . .
SUPERHEROES VS VILLAINS AT MALL OF THE SOUTH JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 2017 - For the first time EVER, superheroes will be taking over Mall of the South at ComicEx from the 2nd to the 3rd of December 2017, on Level 0 near Entrance 2, between 8am and 7pm on each day. ComicEx is a Comic-Con style event with a celebration of different aspects of “geek culture”. A place where fans of gaming, sci-fi movies, cosplay, superheroes and villains, wizards, zombies, etc. can come together and have pure fun. Mall of the South in association with Caxton Alberton Record, Comaro Chronicle, Southern Courier and GetIt Jo’burg South and Alberton, Easyweb and Dion Wired, are proud to host the first ComicEx in South Africa. Come as your favourite hero or villain and join us at ComicEx with loads of entertainment, including: live action role play, cosplay, gaming, alien paintball arena, movie theatre, free Wi-Fi access compliments of Easyweb, comic book stalls, merchandizing stalls, giveaways and much more. ComixEx is strictly a pre-ticketed event. One-hundred Rand (R100) gets you in per day or one-hundred-and-fifty Rand (R150) for two days. Tickets are limited, so be sure to get your tickets from Easyweb, Mall of the South Centre Management and at selected restaurant at the Mall, including: Col’cacchio, South Dakota Spur, Just Darling coffee shop, Mochachos and Rocomamas. No tickets will be sold at the door. A portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the Johannesburg Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). A local children’s’ home will also be invited to enjoy a VIP experience at ComicEx. “A hero can be anyone” (Batman, The Dark Knight Rises); so tell your friends; tell all your friends, Mall of the South is the place to be this December. For more info visit www.mallofthesouth.co.za or contact ComicEx on 072 923 6700 or email@example.com. Keep up-to-date with Mall of the South’s news and events. Simply visit . . .
Greyling fastest South African to date EASTERN CAPE, GARDEN ROUTE - On Saturday, 28 October 2017, Tsitsikamma National Park on the Garden Route in the Eastern Cape was buzzing with the country’s finest trail runners, and a few international stars, gathering to do battle on the world-renowned Otter African Trail, a gruelling 44km race considered the benchmark of technical marathon-distance trail running. Two of these athletes were Capetonians, Christiaan Greyling (Jeep/ Salomon/ Garmin), and Robyn Owen (Jeep/ Best 4 Sports/ Salomon). They were among 232 athletes all eager to stake their claim on the “The Grail of Trail.” In both the men’s and women’s race, the terrain of the first section of the race favoured the technical runner requiring immense skill, speed and agility. Kane Reilly, top-5 Marathon de Mont Blanc finisher, took the lead ahead of Greyling by the first checkpoint, 20km into the race. Despite the ensuing challenge from Reilly and Robert Rorich, whose speed had put them only minutes behind Greyling at the Bloukrans river crossing, Greyling held true to his current form and race plan, and took the lead with just 7km to go to take home his biggest win this year. He crossed the line in a total time of 04h13m15s, just under 12 minutes ahead of Reilly in second and Rorich in third, and breaking the South African record. “I am blessed to celebrate winning the Otter African Trail Run in the fastest SA time ever - 4:13:15! I ran a race of no regret and gave my everything! Two years of Otter podium finishes and 4 years of working towards my personal goals. This race taught me so much in life about goal setting, patience, discipline, hard work and faith. The Otter is a world-class event and a special trail to me. It was a privilege to run with my Salomon teammates Robyn, Kane, Meg and Thabang,” says Greyling. In the women’s race, Owen’s rock-running skill gave her a slight advantage holding the lead against her challenger, Meg Mackenzie. But the . . .
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 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. Request your Equipment. If you would like to buy out of your mining pool you have an option to do so at any time during the first full year of your membership. This is not a refund as you are requesting to take possession of the mining equipment that you have purchased with your share of the pool. In this case you will automatically forfeit all future mining pool earnings in all pools, including earning any commissions from the compensation structure. With this buy out option you will be shipped the sum of all your hashing power at the time you request the buyout. You will take full possession of these miners and will still be eligible for any remaining warranty on the machines. When exercising this option, it is final. Taking possession of your machine/s. When you purchase a share of a mining pool, your Bitcoin is being used to purchase actual mining hardware for the pool. BitClub use their purchasing power to get better deals and avoid paying retail. With the volatility of Bitcoin this is very important because the value can fluctuate by 10%, up or down, within the same 24 hour period. This makes an individual share difficult to value because depending on when you purchased it could be 1 machine, 2 or even more. For this reason you must contact BitClub by opening a support ticket and requesting a quote on how much hashing power your shares are . . .
https://youtu.be/nYOBhhHl6OY A foretaste of what you can expect at the Nelson Mandela Bay Jazz Legacy event as Andile Yenana on Keyboards, Lex Futshane on Double Bass and Temba Ncetani on Flute, debut Zim's Tune - one of the tunes they will play at the Port Elizabeth Opera House on 24 and 25 November 2017. From: Alan Straton More Info here: http://mype.co.za CLICK HERE to submit a Video Press Release to MyPR. . . .
Regular smartphones are prone to damages. In case, they slip from the hand, they might crack, break, or stop working entirely, depending on the nature of the fall. Rugged Mobile is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy-duty devices, offering an extensive range of rugged devices. Their rugged handhelds and computers are built with durable materials which can withstand extreme conditions. Although Rugged Mobile’s extra-tough rugged phones come with crude exteriors, their performance is nonpareil. They're designed to withstand intense shock and are ideal for a number of industrial applications. Since they are operational in extreme conditions, they are widely adopted in a number of fields like mining, construction, scientific research, farming, etc. MIL-STD and IP Rating Rugged Mobile specialises in durable devices which can operate successfully in exposed conditions. All of their products are rigorously tested on parameters, such as temperature range, military standards (MIL-STD) and IP rating. Their handhelds and rugged phones have good MIL-STD ratings and have undergone an array of laboratory tests. These devices are immune to ballistic shocks and extreme temperatures. Going forward, all of their rugged computers have very high IP rating and are tough enough to resist intense shock. Products Rugged Mobile offers a wide range of tablets, notebooks, mobile phones and handhelds. Some of their popular rugged devices include: Algiz® 8X: This rugged device guarantees powerful computing and reliability. Algiz RT7: This device is ideal for collecting data, crunching numbers and watching graphics. Algiz 7®: This handheld device is well-known for a number of applications and is available with multiple connectivity options. Algiz® 10X: This powerful rugged tablet is powered by leading-edge technology and can witness extreme conditions. Nautiz X1®: This extra-tough handheld device has a variety of applications and is ideal for harsh . . .
CROWD FUND SOUTH AFRICA'S FIRST CARBON FIBER ACOUSTIC GUITAR Johannesburg, 10/30/2017 - Proudly South African made carbon fiber acoustic guitar, one of very few companies in the world in a rapidly growing global sector. Needs a successful crowd funding campaign to initiate the start up phase and secure orders for the first production run. It is hosted on gogetfunding and the campaign ends on the 2nd of November at midnight a short campaign duration was chosen in order to generate a sense of urgency and call to action. The intention is to raise funds for the campaign which is held in South Africa, to reach the goal we need as much local as well as international support as possible. Bringing the company to life, we want to implement a social responsibility upon the business. By giving the entirety of proceeds generated from every 10th instrument manufactured to a partnered, legitimate social welfare organization as a way of thanking the crowd funding Heroes and their generosity in bringing this concept to life. There has been a successful crowd funding campaign in the past (July 2016) which brought a carbon fiber instrument to market in the USA, it reached its goal in 1 day from excellent PR. https://gogetfunding.com/petzerguitars/ Please help spread the word. Chad Petzer Unit 5, 57 Long Street Kempton Park 1619 Gauteng, South Africa +27644068001 firstname.lastname@example.org FB - @petzerguitars Twitter - @PetzerGuitars IG - @chadelz Photo: Kyle Quintao Designer, builder holding product guitar Photo: Kyle Quintao YouTube: https://youtu.be/r6xArp2CT6Y CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. More Info on HELP CROWD FUND SOUTH AFRICA'S FIRST CARBON FIBER ACOUSTIC GUITAR here: https://gogetfunding.com/petzerguitars/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PetzerGuitars?s=09 Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/petzerguitars . . .
SAWIP HONOURS JUSTICE DIKGANG MOSENEKE AT 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION In celebrating 10 years of development and support to a diverse community of emerging South African leaders, SAWIP will honor Justice Dikgang Moseneke with a Leadership and Service Award. Johannesburg: On 1 November 2017 at the Johannesburg Country Club, the South Africa-Washington International Program (SAWIP) will honour Justice Dikgang Moseneke for his outstanding leadership and commitment to a just South Africa for all. Justice Moseneke’s remarkable career has been framed by his deep regard for our constitution, which he was part of drafting. He has left an indelible mark on our society through his impact on land restitution and the fight against corruption, among many examples. Now retired, he is currently leading the alternative dispute process that seeks justice for those affected by the Life Esidimeni tragedy. Hailed as a brilliant, imaginative and independent thinker, Justice Moseneke embodies SAWIP’s foundational principle of servant leadership. SAWIP is honoured to have the privilege of adding Justice Moseneke to our list of Leadership and Service Award recipients. Advocate George Bizos (2012), Dr John Kani (2013), Advocate Thuli Madonsela (2014), Dr Imtiaz Sooliman (2015) and Ms Wendy Luhabe (2016) received this award for their commitment to South Africa’s development. SAWIP holds a vision of a South Africa with quality, servant leaders and active citizens who, with humility and integrity, are dedicated to achieving social and economic justice, strength and unity in diversity and the deepening of democracy. In addition to the awards ceremony, the event will celebrate the organisation’s growth and successes over the last ten years, while sharing a vision for the future focused on a larger community impact and great emphasis on the development of thought leaders committed to service, active citizenship and deepening South Africa’s democracy. SAWIP’s mission is to inspire, . . .
In this digital age, we are all faced with the same reality at one point or another. That reality being, our reliance of having an online presence. Whether our online presence is used for fun, business, communication, research or reviews, we have all realised the many benefits the internet has to offer. The internet has also paved the way for the modern-day writer, the “Blogger”. A blogger is defined as a person who keeps a Web log “blog” who publishes a regular record of their thoughts, opinions, or experiences which is shared on the internet for people to read. The rise in the popularity of blogs comes from the credibility one gets from reading personal and relatable accounts of events, occurrences and fads resulting in a wealth of information relevant to the reader. Readers are now looking to blogs to stay on top of the latest tech updates, hippest new restaurants, trendiest fashion tips and so much more. Although one of the most rewarding investments one can make, making travel related decisions, can be rather stressful. This has been eliminated by the presence of Travel Bloggers who give a first-hand recollection of their travel tips, experiences, downfalls and adventures along their journey. The Travel Blogger is here to inspire and educate readers. Share Your Story. Start A Travel Blog. We asked some of South Africa’s Top Travel Bloggers to give us some advice on How to Become a Travel Blogger, these are some of their top tips on getting started: Di Brown – The Roaming Giraffe: Be prepared to work really hard for very little reward in the beginning. It takes time and effort to build a brand and an audience. Focus on what you are good at and learn new skills if required. Invest your time, money and effort into your blog if you are serious about it. Ryan Enslin – My Lime Boots: Above and beyond absolutely everything, I say authenticity, authenticity, authenticity. You have to write stories that mean something to you, on one level or . . .