Category Lifestyle

PAY DAY PLAY: THOZI’S NOVEMBER EDITION

Johannesburg raised and based Thozi Sejanamane is a multi-hyphenated creative who is a construction of the internet. "During the day I am brand manager at the leading influencer marketing platform in Africa, Webfluential, and at night I look for new ways to affect music culture in South Africa through The Fuss. I’m also really good at... Continue reading

JO’BEST CLUB – BLOGGERS EDITION 2.0

Jo'best Club - Bloggers Edition 2.0 was recently held and this platform for sharing skills and knowledge did not disappoint. The half-day workshop had exciting talks and group sessions with media gatekeepers, bloggers and photographers like Uno de Waal of 10and5, Sam Wright of the ever popular Tech Girl and professional videographer Nicole Olwagen. We also... Continue reading

FASHION BOOKCLUB! JADE’S READS

Jade Mulvaney is a storyteller, filmmaker, movie maker and soothsayer who recently moved to Johannesburg to make magic directing content for @5tudio ( sibling of between10and5). When I asked Jade to describe herself she had this to say, "Gypsy-Explorer-Spanish at heart- Everything film-Story obsessed-Empath." Personally, I think the world could do with more empaths and their empathy.... Continue reading

PAY DAY PLAY: NICOLA’S OCTOBER EDITION

Congratulations on making it through another month of 2016! Trend analyst Nicola Cooper, whose musical taste is more than just a little country- in the best way, has us covered this October. Her company Nicola Cooper Trend Research and Analysis, go deep on investigating both local and international happenings to figure out why people wear the clothes... Continue reading

FASHION BOOKCLUB! MATHALE’S READS

Welcome to our September Fashion Reads, this month Mathahle Stofile tells us about five books she'd recommend. Mathahle is a freelance beauty editor, beauty activist and beauty entrepreneur. "I've worked for magazines such as Elle and Marie Claire and since started The Matte Project- which is a platform that aims to engage black women on... Continue reading