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Chronicling the African Renaissance

About Sanet Oberholzer

Sanet is a South African currently living in Pretoria. A lover of people, coffee, food and art, she has an appetite for the beauty in life. She also enjoys reading and photography and travels as often as she can. Always eager to explore and meet new people, she believes in being open to new challenges and embracing life with all its possibilities and opportunities. With an academic background in politics and international relations but no stranger to writing, Sanet has recently discovered the world of telling stories and sharing ideas as a staff writer for Ayiba

Latest Posts | By Sanet Oberholzer
One Source Live: A Festival of African Creativity
2 weeks ago

One Source Live: A Festival of African Creativity

Following on the success of the 2016 album and video, One Source, Absolut and Khuli Chana plan to continue collaborating in 2018 with what has been termed a creative revolution: …
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Tia Black on Dropping Singles
3 weeks ago

Tia Black on Dropping Singles

Cape Town based artist Tia Black released her single Paper earlier in May of this year has recently released her latest single, Going Nowhere. With plans for a full-length album …
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KINNES: Telling the Story of Children and Violence on the Cape Flats
4 weeks ago

KINNES: Telling the Story of Children and Violence on the Cape Flats

28-year-old Chase Rhys, a writer and performance artist from Ocean View outside of Cape Town, was announced the winner of the inaugural Adam and Rosalie Small Award for Debutant/Debutante Writers …
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Leading Intrapreneurship and Innovation in Africa: Sandiso Sibisi
1 month ago

Leading Intrapreneurship and Innovation in Africa: Sandiso Sibisi

Young and ambitions Sandiso Sibisi was recently appointed as Accenture’s Open Innovation Lead for Africa. Taking innovation to the next level, she has launched two different platforms which she designed to …
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Egypt’s only Female Cross Country Rally Racer: Yara Shalaby
1 month ago

Egypt’s only Female Cross Country Rally Racer: Yara Shalaby

Meet Yara Shalaby – Egypt’s only female cross country rally racer. She has won several local and international races over the past four years and was crowned the Egyptian National …
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Africa’s Ancient (pre-colonial) Cities: Then and Now
2 months ago

Africa’s Ancient (pre-colonial) Cities: Then and Now

Africa is a continent of rich history: of ancient empires and kingdoms and a colourful people. It’s a country that birthed gold and riches and stories that stretched far and …
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Seedstars Africa Summit
3 months ago

Seedstars Africa Summit

The Seedstars Africa Summit, a technology and entrepreneurship forum for emerging markets, is coming to Mozambique! The summit will be held in Maputo from the 11th to the 14th …
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The Poets of Pretoria
3 months ago

The Poets of Pretoria

They say curiosity kills the cat. I, however, have always tended to disagree and found myself one Thursday night, armed with a bottle of wine, dragging two of my friends …
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An App to Build Economies: Numida
3 months ago

An App to Build Economies: Numida

Numida is a financial inclusion technology company that aims to provide financing to small African businesses. It provides unsecured, affordable and fair small business loans to entrepreneurs who use its …
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Clocking in with Poetess Emmah Mabye
4 months ago

Clocking in with Poetess Emmah Mabye

Emmah Mabye, tax consultant by profession and poetess born from passion, recently launched her first anthology of poems titled Clocking In. Bold, descriptive and moving, her poems explore themes categorised …
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