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English Tutor: Bombastic Words and Phrases

By Khuthadzo Malinda, South Africa: If your English teachers were anything like mine, then they would have taught you to use simple words. During comprehension writing, my English teacher would absolutely discourage us (me) using words too big for the normal everyday Joe (teacher) to understand. Well, I am not in high school anymore and these words are just plain […]

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English Tutor: Complex Prepositions

By Khuthadzo Malinda, South Africa: A preposition is a word which precedes a noun (or a pronoun) to show the noun’s (or the pronoun’s) relationship to another word in the sentence. (The word preposition comes from the idea of being positioned before. It is not true to say that a preposition always precedes a noun or a pronoun, but it does most of the time.) The following are […]

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Yelesa – Making Dreams a Reality for RCA

RCA caught up with Daisy McDonald, CEO of Yelesa, one of the most successful PR and advertising companies in South Africa for an exclusive interview. Yelesa sponsored the publication of We Are Not Alone | Reflections from the Cafe, RCA's premier publication, a collection of short stories from writers across the African continent. The first impression one gets of Daisy […]

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