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Anel Conradie

Anel Conradie
Anel Conradie is a contributing writer, editor and proof-reader. With a background in teaching English literature and language she now pursues her own writing career. She is an Alumna of Stellenbosch University, in Cape Town. Growing up in Namibia, Anel has a deep appreciation of the vastness of nature which echoes the vastness of humanity. “I love to write about the complexity of our humanity and that which forms our very core identity.”
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Leading Africa into the 4th Industrial Revolution

Where do world leaders go to share innovative ideas and principles on how to lead Africa into the 4th industrial revolution?Over the course of...
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Contemporary African Art Has A Home

I recently had an opportunity to visit the magnificent Zeitz MOCAA.  I was completely blown away by the artistic excellence captured in both the...
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Smart City, Smart Nation and Smart Africa

A greener, more intelligent infrastructure is the backbone of a smart Africa. Definition of a Smart City A smart city is measured by the efficiency with which...
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10 Markets Off the Beaten Path in Cape Town

When visiting the city of Cape Town, there are some obvious tourist attractions to visit. However, there are also some great treasures to be...
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Real Life in Cape Town, South Africa

How pursuing your dreams (and passions) can have a positive impact on society. Living in one of the most collaborative, culturally unique cities in the...

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