• lifestyle

    New Age publishing for the every day African

    Ubuntu bookstore opens for business (15 May 2019-Sonneglans, Johannesburg) Junto Media has partnered with young, vibrant author-turned entrepreneur, Asanda Khathi to provide better publishing solutions for African authors. Ubuntu Bookstore, a new-age digital bookstore’s not only set to disrupt the publishing sector within the country, but aiming to provide a platform for writers to create their own market within the African continent.   This platform was founded to improve the literacy of our fellow Africans by providing educational, societal and political books that many have limited access to. This digital platform consists of a website and app which will serve as a virtual library and allow readers to read books…

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    7 day self-care challenge: Day 3

    The best form of self-care is relaxing while reading a good book this is my favourite thing to do.   I believe there is something undeniably special about reading books. They take me into another world. Yes, when I come across a good book it literally takes me into another world, another country or parallel universe.     I feel all the emotions.   Because of books I get to feel and go through all the emotions which I can’t really go through in my real life.     Books have literally opened my eyes to life. I learn so many new things and every time I read one, I…

  • lifestyle,  personal development

    Book Review: Capitalist Nigger

    Capitalist Nigger – The road to success: A spider web doctrine  Author: Chika Onyeani Capitalist : ‘A person who uses their wealth to invest in trade and industry for profit in accordance with the principles of capitalism.‘ Nigger: ‘The word nigger is a racial slur typically directed at black people.‘ This book is an open debate on the African race – our state of mind is throughly scrutinized and questioned. Capitalist Nigger is the most controversial book ever published. A lot of people will get offended from what is written in it and only a few will understand the importance of this book. The few who understand the book are…

  • personal development

    Book review: Who Moved My Cheese?

    This book is about how we react to CHANGE. How a person reacts to certain change and how that will reflect in future. Yes change is scary and it’s not everyone who deals with it well, but it is necessary. It is necessary for both progress and effective growth. The book has roughly 50 pages it is an easy read, you can finish the whole book within an hour. “Cheese” is a metaphor for what you want to have in life-whether its a good job, a loving relationship, money, a possession, health, or spiritual peace of mind. From this book there are four characters: Haw, Sniff, Ham and Scurry. These…

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