There was a time where mainstream media were the conveyor’s of truth, keeping millions of people informed and on the pulse of all the relevant news. A time where investigative journalism exposed some of the biggest controversies and the media could be trusted. As the world changed it was only inevitable that journalism and the media …

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While Bitcoin is currently trading at close to its all-time high, its dominance in terms of proportion of total cryptocurrency market cap is rapidly decreasing — ground largely given up to Ethereum. This shift is probably being driven by a few factors. Despite its recent appreciation in value, as a technology, Bitcoin has stagnated over …

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Spice, otherwise known as K2, Moon Rocks, or Skunk, is a lab-produced, mind-altering drugthat’s been soaring in popularity in recent years. Giant underground laboratories, many of which are in China, are churning out thousands of pounds of the stuff. During the first four months of last year, the National Poison Data System reported a 330% …

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There was a great article in The Age over the weekend by Michael Gorey about the Council of Small Business Australia forum in Canberra last week and warnings from the Reserve Bank’s cyber security chief Andrew Pade that criminals were shifting their focus to smaller targets. Members also heard from Peter Strong, Chief Executive of the …

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Hubrif is an online video platform for filmmakers and audiences of short African films. Built and designed by filmmakers themselves,  the platform not only allows viewers to search for, and watch, their favourite short African movies, it also opportunes filmmakers to publish their movies and gain exposure to the right audience. Co-founded by Tobi Ogunwande (CEO), Ayodeji …

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