More and more millennial's are joining the workforce and running their own households, becoming the biggest employer of domestic workers. However, according to a new report by SweepSouth, 16% of 1300 South African domestic workers polled, revealed that they are mistreated in the workplace. 

No matter what kind of domestic-worker employer you are; full time, live-in, a few hours a week or occasionally, you need to treat your employees fairly and with respect. Simbongile Ndlangisa gives 4 practical tips that could help you become a good domestic-worker employer.
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Everyone loves a good meme, as they have become an almost essential and enriching element in our cultural conversations today. The viral Twitter account, Yung Nollywood is no different as the anonymous social media account draws inspiration from an array of vintage nollywood (Nigeria's movie industry) production references, whilst preserving its aesthetics within a bitingly witty meme template.
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Shekhinah & Dj Lag Collaborate With adidas' To Shine A Light On Night Creators
adidas Originals South Africa has collaborated with South African musicians Shekhinah and DJ Lag to launch the adidas Originals local Nite Jogger campaign. The campaign pays homage to the night time creators, such as musicians, performing artists and others in the creative industry. In addition to the launch of the Nite Joggers, Shekhinah and DJ Lag collaborated on a single titled ‘Anywhere We Go,’ which will drop on Friday, May 24th, along with the local campaign.

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Comic Supa Strikas And Nike Celebrate Banyana Banyana
We're loving the partnership between Nike and South African legendary football comic Supa Strikas, as they celebrate Banyana Banyana's incredible journey and performances ahead of the Women’s FIFA WorldCup in June, hosted in France. The stories of the female football heroes are to be published on all major social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) weekly for the next 6 weeks.

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A Must-see Doccie Pays Homage To SA's Club & Music Scene
Film maker Zandi Tisani’s latest documentary, 'Rave & Resistance - The birth of club culture in 90's Johannesburg' takes a look at the emergence of Johannesburg's club culture; how it propelled some of the most unique and authentic South African sounds we love and hold dear today. The documentary brilliantly weaves together stock images of the old Johannesburg and interviews with those who were around during the start of this era. A must watch if you're a big music and/or history fan. A wonderful piece of art and tribute to a part of South African history.

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South African Designer Gets Featured In USA Vogue
South African designer Thebe Magugu is serving his African Renaissance greatness hot, in an epic spread on vogue magazine's website. Magugu’s work is described as having the power to shift global perceptions of SA identity as it presents a fresh, joyful, progressive, and complex image of the country. Congratulations, we love seeing our fellow country man representing us so well!

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South African Entrepreneur's News Initiative To Grow Africa's Creative Economic Share
South African social entrepreneur, Sibabalwe Mona has started an advocacy and consulting firm nuAfrica - in hopes to change the fact that Africa’s share of the global creative economy is only 1%. Siba driven by her passion for African socio-economic justice and development, intends to change the status quo through the co-creation of intercontinental projects and partnerships. As a start, she is planning the first nuAfrica micro-festival to be held in New York City in the Summer of 2020. You can help nuAfrica reach its goal by donating to fund-raise toward making the event a reality.

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South African Photographer Photographs Rihanna's New Line
A huge congratulations to South African photographer Kristen-Lee Moolman, who earned the coveted role as the photographer to shoot Rihanna for T Magazine's first digital cover, showing us a sneak peak of what’s to come when Fenty x LVMH's line official drops. officially launches

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SA Beauty Brand Suki Suki Collaborates With The Trenery Guild
South African natural beauty brand, Suki Suki Naturals, founded by Linda Gieskes-Mwamba in 2010 has partnered with Australian brand Trenery. For the collaboration, Suki Suki has created a luxury Trenery Trio range consisting of a Chamomile Soothing Facial Mist, a Blue Yarrow Calming Facial Oil and a Kalahari Melon lip treatment - available at select stores: Sandton City, Hyde Park, V&A Waterfront and Cavendish SquareCongratulations Suki Suki, we look forward to trying the products. .

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Traveling is a way to see how the world really is. How people live, a snapshot of their realities and lived experience. Food is always a great way to experience the culture of the country. Nomvelo Chalumbira went to Japan and learned a lot about herself trying the local food.
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