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  • Mexico | The Red Bulletin
    Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States de en es fr Menu The Red Bulletin Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Follow us via Twitter Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Mexico Mexico 5 articles found Sports Mexico s Gorgeous Mermaid What makes Estrella Navarro dive 226 feet underwater without an oxygen tank Lifestyle Fire Starters In Mexico s firework capital pyrotechnics rule Lifestyle 20 Bucket List Must Do s Top places to visit and things to do before you die Part 1 Lifestyle The best action trips Part 2 of the 20 things to do before you die adventure list Sports Photos of the Month Our most breath taking moments of the month Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter Rss How to get In your country Subscribe App E paper About Contact More Products Print Servus in Stadt Land Bergwelten

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  • Freediving | The Red Bulletin
    Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Freediving Freediving 2 articles found Sports Mexico s Gorgeous Mermaid What makes Estrella Navarro dive 226 feet underwater without an oxygen tank Lifestyle Underwater Hockey Yes it s a thing And it s awesome Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico

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  • Google Trends 2015
    the country had something to do with I m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and what actually is 0 divided by 0 Bullevard Best of 2015 The biggest hits The best events The greatest photos Advertising 1 Keywords and scandals Most Searched Across all Categories Tragedies and scandals dominate the UK s top ten most searched words in 2015 Cilla Black Lady Colin Campbell Rugby World Cup Jeremy Clarkson Paris iPhone 6s Grand National 2015 Jurassic World Election Results Charlie Hebdo News The biggest event of the year for the British public was without doubt the Rugby World Cup Hopes were high with the tournament finally back on British soil but the less said about what happened the better Rugby World Cup Paris Grand National 2015 Charlie Hebdo Lamar Odom Solar Eclipse Wimbledon 2015 Royal Baby Tube Strike Caitlyn Jenner Advertising 2 Questions lots of questions For centuries mankind has been searching for answers to some of the world s most pressing questions Where do we come from What is the meaning of life Is there life after death But this year the people of Britain had more important things they wanted to know about Like what is 0 divided by 0 And did you know what a penny black stamp was What is A penny black stamp An exit poll leaver s Lace 0 divided by 0 A solar eclipse Ebola The Charlie Charlie Challenge Austerity Je Suis Charlie Wasabi How to Lost belly fat Get rid of brain freeze Lose weight quickly Use the new Snapchat update Register to vote Make a pinhole camera Work out percentage View the eclipse Get Windows 10 Solve a Rubix cube Advertising 3 Stars and sportspeople Stars Here s what the British population searched for the most this year Perez

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  • Lifestyle | The Red Bulletin
    Red Bulletin Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Lifestyle Lifestyle Travel to impressive hotspots Explore insider tips for your home city Get in shape Dance the night away in the hottest clubs The Life Channel makes it possible Lifestyle Last Minute Presents Avoid crisis at Christmas with these handy present ideas Lifestyle The best viral ads They amazes amused and were shared the world over Here are 7 of the best Lifestyle Firestarters Tultepec is mexico s firework capital and for 9 days pyrotechnics rule Lifestyle The capital of techno For 10 whole days each year the world s top DJs take over Playa del Carmen Lifestyle A Blazing Holiday 5 travel tips for Mexico s biggest pyrotechnics festival Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter Rss How to get In your country Subscribe App E paper

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  • Thato Kgatlhanye: “Share your vision”
    creation of Rethaka THATO KGATLHANYE The business was founded when I was just 18 years old with friends of mine who have since left the business Rethaka was started out of a need to tell a different story of what is possible for young people starting businesses in Mogwase a township in the North West province When we started we had quite a lot of ideas That the first product that came out of the company was one that had a social impact was led by the fact that we had to uncover opportunities When you start looking at township economics you ask Can we employ people who don t really have a lot of skills Can we take waste and turn waste into work Some of those questions we have been confident in answering with a very bold Yes jayshnaidoo Cc Radio702 strugglingbilli on Repurpose Schoolbags OfficialRethaka http t co NltNkFqQGP pic twitter com R6aGBNMcoR Thato Kgatlhanye strugglingbilli September 11 2014 How important is it to share your dream I think all leaders who have managed to do great things were able to share their visions and have others champion their visions far more than they possibly could have I am so proud of the growth that I ve seen in our management and production teams There were days where there was nothing that said I should carry on as the CEO but looking at their faces and looking at their determination to keep going is what kept us around What sort of soft skills do you bring to the table Creativity drove me towards thinking differently around how to tackle some of the problems that we face Now as I m growing older I m realising the importance of balancing the creativity with a financially sound mind especially

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  • Sifiso Ngobese: Hurdling the speed bumps
    you re not going to self motivate all the time Sometimes you need to cry pass out and wake up the following day to challenge life Culture The best job in Egoli Sifiso Ngobese reckons that Joburg is the best place to build a business Advertising People say You re educated why don t you go back to work Get a job get a wife have kids How did you stand out academically in a school you describe as dodgy I think a lot of teachers believed in me I was perceived as a good boy I had a lot of mischief but I kept it very well under cover If you work hard teachers tend to recognise that It wasn t a dodgy school per se it was one of the top schools back in the day Warren van Rensburg But it went bankrupt because of corruption and some of the sponsors pulled out and it just went down the drain And unfortunately I was caught up in the process of it going down the drain There were times when we had no teachers at school we didn t study at all We would probably go out and have a beer What challenges did you face at the University of Johannesburg Mainly finances Luckily I qualified for a bursary which required that you raise your registration fee and then your tuition and accommodation would be covered Raising the registration fee was a nightmare If your parent said I don t have money dude you had to go to family and borrow money Luckily I got the money registered and paid it back bit by bit to family members And I m very grateful to my family for that And working in corporate finance I was wet behind the ears I didn t understand how the corporate world works I used to be a banker and I used to wear these green pants with a purple shirt and a grey tie Even small things like being able to hold your own in a conversation those are soft skills that are very important for a lot of young professionals Sometimes it depends on the kind of schools you went to or on the grooming you had from your parents I think some of those things I taught myself I m glad that I went through a place that was very harsh very straightforward How I overcame it was by taking a step back and observing Sifiso Ngobese Sometimes you need to cry pass out and wake up the following day to challenge life Sifiso Ngobese Sometimes you need to cry pass out and wake up the following day to challenge life Sifiso Ngobese Sometimes you need to cry pass out and wake up the following day to challenge life Tell us about being a young entrepreneur in the green industry where green is seen as something white people do in South Africa Personally I don t think it should be black

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  • Sifiso Ngobese: The best job in Egoli?
    risk analyst for a major investment firm but decided to put that behind him in search of personal and business fulfilment Here are five reasons why he sees Johannesburg as a prime environment in which to start working on the legacy he hopes to leave behind Culture A social hero How Sifiso Ngobese gave something back and found success in an unlikely place Advertising Sifiso Ngobese s business helps people who make a living out of selling refuse for recycling 1 Culture Joburg has a competitive and fast paced culture which is likely to keep any entrepreneur on his or her toes At 24 I made the decision that I m going to leave the company I was working for and start my own thing and I did exactly that 2 Markets Most markets are saturated but there are loopholes and niche markets that entrepreneurs in Jozi can take advantage of I started out selling cigarettes at school It s called snyman ekasi in the township That was my first business enterprise I didn t sell sweets like the other guys I sold cigarettes because they were more lucrative Warren van Rensburg 3 Support There is adequate government and private sector support that enables entrepreneurs to grow and expand 4 Room to grow One gets to unleash a part of oneself on one s business venture I personally get to try out all the crazy ideas that I always had in my head My advice to young entrepreneurs Be you Find who you are and make sure that you understand the business your model and that you re able to articulate it Be able to tell your story because people don t buy into the product they buy into the story behind the product They buy into the person And

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  • Sifiso Ngobese: “Success is living a purposeful life”
    felt I was a human being I felt alive But I realised it was not sustainable It was nice to give a hand out to a mother living in a shack in the Free State but when that grocery pack is finished that s it So I went into business Culture Social entrepreneur Zakheni Ngubo aims to solve South Africa s education crisis But how Advertising What was that A fish and chips franchise with my two brothers I ran that for two years and felt good about it but something was missing Such as I ve always wanted to do a unique project that has a social impact but that s also a business venture Something that can generate profit but also touch people s lives What happened next There was an old lady who used to come to my house every single Friday to collect recyclables from my trash One day I thought Let me ask what she s doing and why she s doing it I was moved by her story she was collecting paper so she could support her three children People like her are known as abomagereza they sort through the trash looking for paper plastics and metals and sell them to recycling companies By the time that short conversation was over I knew I wanted to do something to help It took me back to that road trip I felt the passion to get involved Sifiso Ngobese s business helps people who make a living out of selling refuse for recycling Live Magazine SA YouTube So you made a new trolley and donated it to her Yes but the first trolley was a dismal failure She said it was too heavy To cut a long story short two years later we created a safer and lighter trolley for abomagereza We took into account many different views including abomagereza and the Johannesburg Metro Police department We also came up with an idea to make the project sustainable by displaying advertising on the carts which would help empower abomagereza Explain They are given new trolleys and equipment but they also receive a share in advertising revenue if a company brands the side of their trolleys These people often come from very poor backgrounds and live in slums or at dumps We need to correct that and contribute something positive that s how the profit sharing idea first came about They are given new trolleys and equipment but they also receive a share of the advertising revenue Sifiso Ngobese What inspires you One word legacy I want to leave something I ve built with my own hands As a young black entrepreneur I want to leave a meaningful legacy in my community Ten years down the line if a young boy comes up to me and says My father used to be part of the abomagereza project and it meant he could send me to school if I contributed to that that s a legacy You re

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