Five Reasons Why I love Gearbest

Five Reasons Why I love Gearbest

With a mission to become the leading online electronics seller, Gearbest is definitely breaking the barriers by offering a vast array of products from apparels to gaming and party supplies to outdoors & sports products. They might’ve become the favorite of many by only sticking to electronics, but they became one of the best by opting to offer products from different others areas. In other words, they have narrowed down the trouble of customers and gave them a platform where they can buy all products ‘Under one roof.’ Being a big shopping enthusiast myself, I discovered a hidden gem on the internet, an online store that sells everything from tech, clothes, hair, and makeup etc. – www.Gearbest.com. Ever since I started using it, I have become an avid customer of Gearbest. I mean who doesn’t like discounts and enticing deals, right? Having a picky nature means that I am not easily tempted. Then what factors played a decisive role for me? Well, here are 5 reasons why I have fallen in love with Gearbest:   (1) Fashion If you are a fashion buff then I am pretty confident that you’ll find fashion products of Gearbest simply irresistible, it happened in my case! They have latest fashion products in clothing, bags, shoes, watches, beauty, fine jewelry, and fashion accessories. The most amazing thing I find about Gearbest is that they bring in all the trendiest fashion products. So, if it’s trendy, it is definitely available on Gearbest!   (2) Weaves and Wigs Since Gearbest sells products at wholesale rates, you can find weaves and wigs at amazingly low rates. You’ll...
Buy Gearbest Products In South Africa- With Competitively Low Prices

Buy Gearbest Products In South Africa- With Competitively Low Prices

Tired of waiting for Flash sales of Xiaomi and Huawei mobiles? Still don’t get the mobile you were looking for, then you might need to visit https://www.gearbest.com Now you can buy any type of mobiles, laptops, and products from china with free shipping. Now its easy to buy Xiaomi, Huawei, ZTE, DJI, and Anet products, with a range of smartphones,with lowest prices from gearbest. These products are the most sold globally, but aren’t available in SA stores. You can buy any mobile on gearbest.com. Steps to Buy Tech from Gearbest in SA: ● First, choose the product which you want to buy ● Then add the mobile to your cart and log-in or create a new account ● Then go to cart filling the address details ● Once you have finished the address details,  then a new window will pop-up with delivery method ● Completing the payment from Paypal or any credit card to buy mobile from gearbest in...

How The Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust Dealt With Student’s Racist Attack

Surely we’ve all seen the video of the two ladies making racist comments on video one of their cellphone was stolen (if you haven’t, that’s a good thing, I won’t post it on here because- positive vibes only). After it started trending on social media people revealed that she was a student at The University of Pretoria, and later on, also a beneficiary of the CRET. Well, they released a statement and I commend them for dealing with this so swiftly. South Africa is no place for racists! Have a look at the press statement below:  “The Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust (CRET) is aware of an offensive video of one of its students circulating on social media platforms. CRF and CRET condemn the abhorrent behaviour displayed in the video and has rescinded the student’s bursary with immediate effect. The CRET bursary programme has prided itself on its non-racial, non-discriminatory approach to supporting disadvantaged students across all races. In 2017 CRET supported a total of 66 students, with students coming from all provinces. Of the 66 students, 64 are black and 2 white. These students form part of the CRET family that is encouraged to rise above their circumstances, to become inspirational leaders and to give back to those less fortunate. We are devastated to learn that one of our own family members has disappointed us to such a degree particularly at a time when South Africa needs to be embracing its diversity. We will support any further action taken against this student, pending the outcome of a disciplinary inquiry by the University of...
About The Taung Cultural Calabash

About The Taung Cultural Calabash

The North West Province’s Taung Cultural Calabash Festival was founded on a strong commitment to develop the art and artists of this culturally rich and diverse province. Unlike many arts festivals, the Taung Cultural Calabash is grounded within a strong developmental ethos that’s permeates every aspect of the festival from the performances to the venues and management style. It is a festival that has humble beginnings as a one-day event in the village of Taung, site of the famous “Taung Skull”. First held in 1994, the Cultural Calabash was designed to stir the pride of people in their indigenous cultures and arts forms by allowing them a performance space, a day of Dance, Drama, Music, Comedy, Poetry, and Other Cultural Celebration. That initial impetus grew into a set of provincial competitions to uncover and nurture the creativity of North Western arts practitioners. The level of participation has been unprecedented. Within each district, auditions and competition eliminations held in four (04) municipalities served by the Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs. Auditions are to take part in the four (04) North West Districts; Bojanala Platimum District Ruth Mompati District Ngaka Modiri District Kenneth Kaunda District Winners from the four districts complete in the grand Cultural Calabash Festival which is annually held in Taung. There, emerging artists are afforded an opportunity to share a variety of platforms with national range of semi-professional and professional artists providing motivation and a professional standard to...
Carnival to brighten up the streets of Tshwane

Carnival to brighten up the streets of Tshwane

With just a few days to go, Gauteng’s boldest and brightest carnival led by Premier David Makhura, MEC’s and the Tshwane Mayor is set to take over the streets of Tshwane in a vivid celebration of South African culture and heritage. Residents and visitors can look forward to see over 25 000 participants showcasing Africa’s creativeness through mesmerising floats, large 3D costumes, acrobats, enthralling dancers, eclectic mix of music colorfully parading the capital city of South Africa (Tshwane). The parade is about 6,7km starting at the Tshwane Events Centre and make its way around the Capital City before ending at the events centre. Organised by Gauteng Provincial Government, City of Tshwane and the Carnival Company the parade will consist of a multitude of African cultures, as well as Peruvian, Chinese, Argentinian, Indian and many more. “We are encouraging all residents of Gauteng to come and witness the true character of Gauteng as we showcase our cultural diversity and a true united African continent, while living our heritage and treasuring the year of OR Tambo. This day will also bring you an array of entertainment, fun and laughter with entertainment by groups of people from different cultures and countries. So do bring your family and friends to come and enjoy an unforgettable cheerful heritage day”, says MEC for Sport, Arts Culture and Recreation, Ms Faith Mazibuko. “We have continued to work on a number of initiatives to bolster the Carnival to new and exciting heights. It is an all-inclusive celebration with content and activities from the many different cultures that live in South Africa, and we are excited to host...