https://youtu.be/OpMxqF2gago 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 : My Dirty Little Bitcoin Secrets PDF EBook by Ofir Beigel Part 2: Creating your Bitcoin business. This part is all about how to create your Bitcoin business with as little time and money as possible. I will give you the exact methods I used on 99Bitcoins and which I still use today to generate new income streams. After this part you will have a working prototype of your business, which you can then take to the next level and start bringing customers in. Part 3: Marketing your Bitcoin business like a pro. In the last part of this book we’re going to talk about how to bring customers to your new Bitcoin business. If you already own a Bitcoin business you could jump straight on to this part, but I highly recommend going over the entire book before doing so. In this part we will discuss how to get users for free, how and where to put up ads for your Bitcoin business, how to track what’s working and I will also show you some personal “marketing hacks” that I believe only a few Bitcoin businesses out there know about. Glossary. Whenever you encounter a word in bold it means this word is included inside the glossary at the end of this book. 3 Final Thoughts Before We Get Started 1. Throughout this book I’m going to refer you to different online services. ALL of the services I refer to are first rate, and in 99% of the time I . . .
Spruce Up Your Spring Routine with CHUX® Spring is the time for fresh new beginnings and, of course, a fresh and clean home! CHUX® makes Spring cleaning simple, and quicker, so that you have more time to spend enjoying the new season your way. Here are a few cleaning hacks brought to you by CHUX®: In the kitchen: • Don’t struggle to get into those hard to reach places like under the fridge, corners of the windows and between your cupboards. Wrap a CHUX® Superwipe Cloth around a butter knife and get right into the nooks and crannies that gather dust and grime. • To give the microwave a thorough cleaning, dampen a CHUX® Magic Eraser block to remove the grease and grime without having to use any chemicals or elbow grease! Wipe it down with a CHUX® Absorbent Cloth for a streak-free finish. Around the home: • Clean off unsightly marks from walls, skirting boards and light switches. Simply dampen a CHUX® Magic Eraser with water and rub the marks off gently, with ease. • To make the floors sparkle all around the house, wrap a broom with a dampened CHUX® Superwipe and mop the floors. The cloth can be easily rinsed and used over and over again! Chux® helps makes the big chores smaller. Chux® offers an extensive range of quality cleaning accessories to help you tackle any cleaning challenge around your home. Regardless of your preferred cleaning routine, no matter the mess ... there's a Chux® for whatever life Chux® at you. #ChuxSouthAfrica #LikeItNeverHappened #forwhateverlifechuxatyou For more information on Chux® visit www.chux.co.za or www.facebook.com/ChuxSA/. Chux® can be found at selected Spar, Pick n Pay Family and OK Foods stores nationwide. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Dentsply Sirona, the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies brings their innovations to a town close to you. South Africa’s leading dental consumables and equipment supplier, Dentsply Sirona, is proud to bring dental innovations that you can rely on into the practices of Middleburg, Ermelo and Piet Retief. This is in line with their brand promise of empowering dental professionals to provide better, safer and faster dental care. The company is well-known for enabling dentists across the country to deliver the best possible dental care to their patients, as well as providing top line dental equipment such as top of the line CAD/CAMs, CBCTs and Treatment Centres ( Made In Germany). They also ensure that dental practitioners have access to world-class Endodontics, Restorative and Preventative materials. The company will be showcasing the ground breaking CEREC technology and will host a master class to educate practitioners on how to use it, as well as introducing WaveOne ©Gold family, another leading dental care system providing a single-file reciprocating technique for shaping root canals. On the back of this, Dentsply Sirona will also introduce its new direct sales platform, which will provide dentists with the opportunity to maximise on the spend of their practice by tailoring personalised product offers and bundles and unlock rewards. The Dentsply Sirona Regional Team, led by Berenice Muller and the local Dentsply Sirona representatives will also be present to introduce and provide assistance on using the company’s new sales platform. Dentsply Sirona is committed to innovation and education, and to investing in the local dentistry field by growing the industry and making both dentists and patients aware of the benefits of good oral hygiene. The Dentsply Sirona team will be at the Southern Sun The Ridge on Monday 13 August 2018, the Izimbali Lodge on Tuesday, 14 August 2018 and Welgekozen Country Lodge on . . .
By Devan Moonsamy CEO of The ICHAF Training Institute When virtue is lost, one must learn the rules of kindness When kindness is lost, the rules of justice When justice is lost, the rules of conduct And when the rules of conduct are not followed, People are seized by the arm, and it is forced upon them ~ Lao Tzu Freedom of speech is not what many people think it is. People believe freedom of speech is a license to say anything. This is not true. All our human rights are tempered with responsibilities. No freedom is absolute. People seem confused about this issue. Freedom of speech was initially a concern because of political reasons. Freedom of association likewise initially was about politics, as well as religious faith. If we think any government, once in power, won’t want to curb our freedoms to protect its interests, we are being naïve. And these are key reasons for these freedoms. Freedom of speech, and the other freedoms we enjoy, are not there to allow discrimination. The word freedom seems to make people think ‘It’s a free country’ is an excuse to abuse others and infringe upon their rights and dignity. We have the responsibility to educate ourselves and others about what freedom is for and the logical limitations thereto. People don’t know these things, even people who are well educated otherwise. And so it seems not that shocking that Mangin Pillay of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (Saice) said that women basically aren’t suitable for the STEM field because they don’t have men’s work ethic, among other reasons. Pillay is likely to be Saice’s ex-CEO as a result of what he said in the Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering. It’s a bit difficult to retract this article. It’s not a blog that can be deleted. How this article slipped through into the publication is highly questionable. How could the editors and other staff involved allow this? Of course, Pillay, as the CEO of Saice, had too . . .
Mensa, a novel wine range taking storytelling through digital innovation to the next level, has just been launched by Overhex Wines International. A sister range to the popular Balance and Survivor wines, Mensa is the first South African wine supported by an augmented reality app for Android and IOS. When scanned using the Mensa Wine App on your smartphone, the Mensa label comes to life as a book to reveal her full story. Storytelling and books resonate strongly in this new wine range and are captured perfectly by the payoff line: Live a great story. The label features ‘everywoman’ relaxing in the signature Mensa chair surrounded by books with a glass of wine and her trusty dog looking on. If you love a good story and believe that life is an adventure made better by good wine – Mensa wines are tailor made for you. Mensa offers wine lovers yet another unexpected twist. The wines are sealed with the revolutionary Helix cork closure by Amorim that allows you to twist open and reseal the wine by hand, keeping it perfect for the next glass. Just pull – twist – pour and your Mensa wine is ready to drink. Now you can enjoy all the benefits of cork and glass – quality and sustainability coupled with user-friendly, resealable convenience. Mensa is the ultimate book club wine. You will love the thought provoking stories imbedded in the Mensa range, from the intriguing name to the astute packaging, innovative AR app and easy twist closure. It is all designed to inspire you to live your own great story. The new Mensa range comprises three beautifully crafted wines for everyday enjoyment: a refreshing Sauvignon Blanc with citrus and tropical notes, a delicious Chardonnay Pinot Noir of citrus and red berry character, and a full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon teeming with dark chocolate and blackberries. Mensa wines are available at Checkers stores countrywide. They can also be purchased directly from the Overhex Winery & Bistro outside Worcester at a cellar door . . .
Clicks store staff and management visited Amari School for the mentally handicapped in Welkom on 7 August and assisted them by donating medical supplies and toiletries. This forms part of Clicks 50th birthday and is one of 50 charitable causes identified by Clicks staff nationwide as their way of giving back to the community they serve. A total of 34 projects have been earmarked to receive support through donations of much needed toiletries, infrastructure and basic essentials. A further R1 million worth of reusable sanitary pads will be donated to 16 schools across South Africa to reduce absenteeism in schools. “Seeing the huge need at Amari School is very humbling, but also rewarding,” says Donna Davids, CSI Co-ordinator at Clicks. "We are happy to assist where we can and have enjoyed engaging with and helping the residents here.” Amari School is a school for disabled children based in Welkom, Free State. The school is not divided into grades, they have different phases in which the children are divided according to their abilities. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Deaf girls to learn Apple’s coding language Swift – used in over 250,000 apps on the Apple App Store 8 August 2018 – SANDTON – iSchoolAfrica, an education initiative that reaches schools across South Africa in rural and township settings, is proud to announce that it is in partnership with Think Ahead and the Tshepiso Mokoena Foundation, teaching 10 deaf high school girls to code. This is the first programme in the #DeafGirlsCode initiative, with the aim to roll the programme out to many more deaf girls across the country. Over the course of 6 weeks, the Dominican School for the Deaf in Hammanskraal is hosting an iSchoolAfrica facilitator as they teach the girls how to code using Apple’s coding language, Swift. Swift is used in over 250,000 apps on the Apple App Store and by many of the top brands in the world. In each of the two-hour sessions – every Tuesday and Wednesday – the girls will be exposed to “Learn to Code 1” that explores the fundamentals of code by getting students to work through rich puzzles on the Swift Playgrounds app. Michelle Lissoos, Director at iSchoolAfrica, commented, “This is ground-breaking training in the technology sphere let alone our country. Through the universal language of computing we are excited for our DeafGirlsCode programme participants to fulfil the opportunities awaiting them.” She continues, “Technology and computational thinking skills can break down the barriers that have prevented deaf people in the past from succeeding in our economy. In order to fill this disparity, we believe that by incorporating coding into deaf education, we can take our programme participants to a new level of economic participation.” iSchool Africa aims to give all South African students access to an opportunity to acquire 21st century skills, and to find their passion to excel in today’s world. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
https://youtu.be/OpMxqF2gago 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 : My Dirty Little Bitcoin Secrets PDF EBook by Ofir Beigel Introduction. Before I reveal any Bitcoin secrets. I’d like to congratulate you for taking the first step towards creating your next successful Bitcoin business. It doesn’t matter if you’re totally new to Bitcoin and this is the first book you’re picking up, or if you’re a complete expert on Bitcoin - this book isn’t about the technical side of Bitcoin. I wanted to take advantage of this intro and set some expectations about what we’ll achieve throughout this book. I started out with Bitcoin on April 2013. I read an article on TechCrunch talking about some crazy digital currency that just became a billion dollar market. At the time I had just closed shop on my last start up, which basically crashed and burned, and I was looking for something new to meddle with. Immediately I thought to myself - if this Bitcoin thingy already made it to TechCrunch it’s probably going to go mainstream soon. You see, for every new idea there is an adoption life cycle that looks something like this. Image: Wikipedia. The horizontal axis (X axis) is time and the Y axis in the percent of population. The numbers at the bottom represent the area under each segment. Take smartphones for example. When they first came out only a handful of fanatics tried it out (Innovators). After a while it . . .
Africa Communications Media Group (ACG), which recently rebranded from Africommunications Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Managing Director, Nonye Mpho Omotola. Co-Founder Mimi Kalinda will transition from the Managing Director role to take on the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) function. Founded five years ago as the first African-owned pan-African and fully integrated communications and public relations firm, ACG began by offering strategic, culturally-attuned services to clients in the social impact space. The agency has since expanded to servicing major multi-nationals across the continent in addition to clients outside of Africa’s borders with an interest in reaching stakeholders on the continent. “The growth of ACG over the past five years both in our client portfolio and the services that we offer demands an experienced visionary with solid communications and public relations skills. This is a foundation which Nonye effortlessly brings to the firm. Her vision and passion for the development of Africa are also aligned to our core values as an agency. I am thrilled about her appointment, which I am confident will add tremendous value to ACG’s next phase of growth,” Kalinda said. Omotola is a Communications and Brand Specialist with more than 15 years’ strategic brand experience gained in the UK, South Africa and Nigeria, contributing to a number of African media titles. She started her career in London at Maynard Leigh Associates before joining TMP Worldwide, and has worked in several leading firms in Europe and in other parts of Africa including Jupiter Drawing Room, FCB Durban; and Insight Grey, Lagos, where she was Director of Strategic Planning and New Business Omotola was also the Group Head of Corporate Communications at Oceanic Bank Nigeria, where she was successful in the turnaround of the brand, leading to its acquisition by Ecobank. Until recently, she was the Business Director, Africa, at Vuma Reputation . . .