In South Africa, some people are working remotely, while others aren’t able to work at all, and everyone has a lot of questions about what it all means going forward.
This list gives us a good idea of what South Africans are buying, and which brands are leading the pack at the moment.
FlexTime wants to help people seem cooler than they actually are, by letting them fake-chat with celebrities.
TIMON is revolutionising the consultancy industry, with hundreds of experts (lawyers, doctors, and celebrities, for example) available for instant voice calls or text chats, whenever it suits you.
So let me just explain something to you. Raising money for startups can be very easy. You know, if you’re at the right place at the right time.
Phone calls are outrageous in today’s world. They break so many obvious privacy rules, I’m surprised it’s still legal.
Anyone who has experience renting their Airbnb will know the benefits of becoming a ‘Superhost’. This is the title Airbnb gives to Airbnb hosts who have slick systems and consistently get high reviews.
Sometimes there’s just a little too much information out there on the web, so we went to an expert to find out which Cape Town restaurants serve the best seafood.
There aren’t many local artists who have their own entire festival, held on another continent. Jack Parow, who headlines the self-titled ‘Parow Fest’, is in Europe on a whirlwind tour.
The problem with running your idea past your mates, is they’re not going to tell you it sucks. Only by the time you’re R50 000 down will you realise the glaring error you missed at the start.
If you want to book John Smit for an hour in the flesh he will probably charge a fortune. If you want a quick chat, though, there’s now a much cheaper way.
The problem with lawyers is you often just want one quick answer from them. But they charge by the hour, and you have to ensure a formal sit down so everyone can play the game.