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A Little Letter To Vodacom

Dear Vodacom

I’ve recently had the unfortunate experience of having, what has probably been, the worst support from Vodacom I’ve ever had. To be honest it has left me fairly disappointed as Vodacom is a provider I’ve always preferred and would always chose over others. In my mind I’ve always seen Vodacom as the one that’s a bit more expensive because the level of service is better than others. Better coverage, better support, better repair procedures etc.

My latest experience has left me doubting that.

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These are not the Star Wars plot holes you are looking for

THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS. STAR WARS PLOT HOLES HAS BEEN A HOT TOPIC. DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN IT. NO SERIOUSLY STOP READING RIGHT NOW IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED THIS MOVIE.

OK ARE WE ALL GOOD? WE’VE ALL WATCHED? GREAT. LET’S BEGIN

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Disability Ignorance Leads To The Darkside

Phew. What a crazy last part of the year. I haven’t had a chance to blog in far too long. I’m nowhere near a PC right now and am writing this from my tablet. So it won’t be pretty with pictures and stuff but please, read this one through. I feel it’s important and deserves some time out of our busy holiday lives. The intro is a little long but bear with it as it’s part of the overall picture.

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Affordable Gaming in SA: Raptor’s Guide

I’ve been in to gaming since a young age. Some of my first experiences were with the likes of the NES and the first DOS games on my dad’s Intel 80386, more commonly know as a 386. It’s been my favorite past time ever since. However I find myself battling to keep up with gaming because, unless you’ve been living under a rock, the price of gaming has skyrocketed in South Africa. The weak Rand has made a $60 game go from R300 – R400 a few years back to easily R800 – R1000 now. To put that in perspective, that’s 5-7% of the average South African person’s monthly salary┬áper game.

Quite shocking isn’t it?

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