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With ukuNyemba (positive discrimination) let them pass their good remarks, OneLove.

By Sivuyile S. Sesi with Internative Digital @756Writing

 

THE VANGUARDISM: I think of the Thabo Mbeki to Patricia de Lille education good work mark, in the words of Bob Marley.

Abantu abaninzi abayenzayo lento ngabo bazixelele ukuba bazohlala bengalamakhwenkwe namantombi bangawo as enough. So that means its individuals who appreciate what they are and is happening in the now. They stay in the now. Nyembe make him or her the start being your close critic. Jacob Zuma have such leverage in his politic primary approach.

So the caretaker as a gatekeeper he is used to it and learners, he wait at the gate to correct and comment to learners or others who come at the school like community members, teachers, people asking questions about the school, they all used to each other.

For them they settle for unyemba at once because they believe that you are right being the first version of yourself. They believe they wouldnt be working happy on any other thing or stage, so they stick like glue to the job. They do away with anything that tries to change that. For an example between the learner and gatekeeper, those who do it well at school they are the best at it. As school, home, work, business, community, individuals, etc they here. Its about perfecting craft.

With this you bow your own and not enjoy others no matter what.

You dont wait for things to take time to be yourself or to do things. You still take regardless, thats how they do things and settle.

Unyemba is not thinking twice in trashing down even if its positive or helping you, just as you not moving. Unyemba uyazintwanisa (you sound kidding) when doing it. Qha lonto ikuqoqa usangena egeyithini yeskolo if you at school.

People who are doing it, its people like Lindiwe Mazibuko, it fits with who and how she is, its her calling. Eg she did not wait to do second term to Jacob Zuma but went to study at Harvard University. She was keeping in. And president Nelson Mandela have been forward, he has went through it. We waited for him from prison for 27 years until he was released on the 1990 to peacefully free the nation for democracy.

To leaders like Barrack Obama as president on first term to have one Pope, the second term to have another. That vibe ikukonyemba thats when you can start to notice things around other people that are just you, and not like. Also Lindiwe Mazibuko was the opposition parliamentary leader for one term at Jacob Zuma’s government, on the next term went to a school known for famous dropouts like Bill Gates.

Its also different like ukuzidibanisa or ukuzi mixer kwimbutho zabagxeki.

This is description reminds me of Tatu Nyembe a character from a local TV drama called Yizo-Yizo, on the film he was a school caretaker, who when he stands at the gate his role is to also clean students attitudes. He becomes famous for that.
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The just 1st and 2nd of November 2017 is a must hold on ukuNyemba, nothing else for me.

THIS WEEK THOUGHTS: Like in 1st of November is suitable, as it continues to the 2nd, with an aim to listen. Its on peace of mind for man and women internal affairs. Its yours when its yours, you go and grow love for it. Its the bases for such places way of development. Its the gifted spark for the educated, highly recognised and blessed towards their honouring. Kind of regarding for the greatness of Nations when meeting. As its found ‘Luck is when opportunity meets preparation’. To me its what happened in 2010 with Dr Joelean Pretorius in her class last lecture of Political Studies International Relations, diplomatically recognising me as ‘Mr Sesi The Man of Peace and Love’, I hold my off regard, responding with a deep ‘No comment’, with UWC celebrating its 50th anniversary and also the year of 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

2010 is the year Professor Keith Gotschalk retired, his last class as a lecturer was with us, he treated our class with muffin scorns.

That is so MBA for ukuNYEMBA.

Suitable that the final was between Spain winner over Neitherlands (Holland).

And with Mr Kenny Mlungisi Bafo, 2011 in my 3rd year lecturing us on Political Studies Democracy module, in his class it was jack hardship experience. He would feature Dr Joelean Pretorius, also Dr Cherrel Africa. I find that babe Nyemba the through peaceful struggle attained Democracy our nation freed for all, as not working.

I even find a way in 2010 or early 2011 to attend Professor Keith Gotschalk last Political Studies Seminar as Head of Department, handing over to Professor Laurence Piper, the Seminar was on Pan Africanism, Chaired by Mr Kenny Bafo. I held it with great regard.

Any way Its amazing that I kept in and passed Political Studies. Such woke me to a lot.

Professor was still available at my Graduation day 12 March 2013 seating on the podium with the Students Representative Council (SRC) straight to me.

Interesting enough he started working at University of the Western Cape in 1984 the year I was born.

Uyandimbambazela Professor Keith Gotschalk.

Also the likes of President Nelson Mandela, President Thabo Mbeki and Emperor Haile Selassie I, to mention world renowned people of Africa, they trived well with such.

The Behaviour of Ukunyemba.

We have role models on our communities. For an example iCape Town inyembelekile to be the best.

This is the happening of big yards. When learners come to school,
work, etc especially with government or governance dependence and
influence they know they must be properly because at the entrance gates because they first pass to tatu nyembe. Whether its a transport drop of, etc you know its where you must come in.

 

Just show how everyone equally behave a role in keeping the community well with its people. Growing its young ones. It have you conscious than aware. Its forward ever, backward never prepares of where you are with what you have. Wanting nothing but only the best. Shutting anything that might make you think twice.
Once you do it well with everyone then the process.
How ukunyemba happens. You reward doing priorities and stress the
goodness in getting done.
Unyembelekile its when you have no choice but do what you have to do. Or when it must happen.

On first not the second term uLindiwe Mazibuko uyamdelela ngokumnyemba uZuma. She lost confidence in him.

Its terms are #Nyemba- do it. #Unyembelekile- its when you have. #Nyenjwa- done at you/ or happening at you. #Nyemba- it is what it is/ the process or ideology or those with soft heartsXa unyenjwa you can be on tears as you feel ke you are thrown onto disgrace.

With disgrace ikubuyisela backward to things you been through, that
you want to stay on as past because you think they belong there. You
rather chose to stay forward.

Ithink of my time at HIM Society in 2006/7 with Rasta leaders like Levi (Thandolwethu Sipuye) joining the office with what they were doing, I realised the idea concept or ideology of ukunyemba and I have seen it with even other high position leaders like Nelson Mandela, Barrack Obama, Lindiwe Mazibuko, etc. Its the positive discrimination. Levi’s was passionate life about it.

Recognising back another nobody’s King, Lucky Dube.

Continues on Lucky Dube’s music art craft. Lucky Dube sings that he is going back to his roots, clearly for me I find that its because of some party emanation he went to , they played shubidubi. I think he is into a micky mouse party, with beauty. That is why he did not enjoy it, for him it was ridiculous. With that chosing that ‘reggae is (mine)’ his. 
More richer he rather wanted politician like President Thabo (Mvuyelwa) Mbeki as fans few enough for his music resourceful or mineral wealth like.
Then on his last album he released a song called ‘Give me respect,’ going as ‘you dont have to know my political affiliation, you dont have to know my religious affiliation’ especially as is the Democratic ‘Allience’ in South Africa, that he is saying he want to affiliate with President Thabo Mbeki. As next from struggled free prisoner Nelson Mandela he think he feels Him, the child of Govan Mbeki and Ma’Mbeki, the respectable African son. He was the 1st African Union chairperson.
You can tell than just saying he is a Rastamon, as he use to sing on his song ‘hey you Rastamon and hey you European let come togethe as one’
(Imbizo). He felt that one less thing.
Now for Him it feels good to chose to be African, no discrimination.

If you remember in 1996 on new constitution, Thabo Mbeki’s ‘I am an African’ poem he says that ‘it feels good to be an African’. On his last days King Lucky Dube was happy/ celebrating our politics from associating with Ras Tafari the 1st chairman of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), eventually with Thabo Mbeki he hails Him. He was chosing party politics.

With the OAU Ras Tafari Makonnen, Emperor Haile Selassie I as the first Chairperson in 1963 Lucky Dube had confidence to identify with Himseld roots as a Rastamon. Now as in 2001 Thabo Mbeki became the first Chairperson of African Union.
To include a free South Africa Lucky Dube then turned to have confidence to identify Himself as a real African affiliate commanding respect.
We highly regarded Thabo Mbeki. With the African National Congress his political party, from Union Buildings he was choosing to align with the first African Union chair on the new mallennium. Emperor Haile Selassie I was chosen as the man of the mallenium.
Lucky Dube was on the soul of the African organisation. Me had to note it from Haile Selassie to Thabo Mbeki. Nelson Mandela met with Emperor Haile Selassie. Nelson Mandela was great, but from this I recogn he believed Thabo Mbeki was also the man for Him.
From knowing that Lucky Dube take intloni-pho not as ukunyaba or ukumatha ( week looking kind off humbleness taken as goodness) you can say he was universally affiliated to the Xhosa. He kept it
professional. Lucky Dube’s Sdubada play a role in the isiXhosa language expression education. Lucky Dube provoked our people with his reggae. I find, that is why he says education is the key. Hence he chose to like Thabo Mbeki that in 2017 became the chancellor of University of South Africa (Unisa). #There is a thin line between respect and embarassment, I think respect is suppose to be free. #For me respect is always better than humbleness. #Please give me respect. #Give me respect where its due. #You dont have to be special to get respect.
Thabo Mbeki is the man of souls, he even have a great book by William Gumede with title ‘Thabo Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC’ (2007). This can be making Thabo Mbeki shy. But oh boy Lucky Dube got it going on.
At old or later age he was over oneness, he was commanding for respect. He found it helpful to prepare Himself for the other or high side of the world. He is an ancestor (isinyanya). I feel honoured to inspiration to have lived with his time. He is respectable.
We need confidence on our ownselves so that we wont feel victimised by the police to the whole functioning of the system, for an example Lucky Dube identified with Ownself as Rastamon on system relations because of that lets feel in harmony with being good Africans. I think for me he is a real urban warrior.
To look now with Thabo Mbeki not involved in Jacob Zuma’s leading ANC you can believe or say that South African confidence in African political association has diminished again. You need to be proper with South African political culture. As Thabo Mbeki’s election campaign slogan states ‘A people’s contract to create work and fight poverty’ he does deal with anything corrupt. That is why he sacked down Jacob Zuma, so now Lucky Dube would be saying I am an Ethiopian and African.
That is why even the young Lindiwe Mazibuko stated a loss of confidence in Jacob Zuma second term. She is doing academic studies. Lucky Dube and Thabo Mbeki on their ownselves cant stand bad or wrong treatment and condition.
His life with me seems orchestrated, its nothing but flowing with appealing and nourishing to awaken kind of stuff. On King Lucky Dube’s music you find observable continuation, he does a further follow up. His music is amusing.

Nobody here (South Africa) knows that reggae is spiritual and soulful music. Its little on the public broadcaster .

In observation year 2006/7/8 was Amagedeon Time.

On his last album he has song called ‘Shembe is the way’.
Lucky Dube is like our savior(Umfeli wethu) for the nation.
Lucky Dube I can say wanted to be a man of roots and culture than politics and religion.
The restlessness of the ancestors there is no peace. Obey their command. For you honour is earned, Respect that, I think.
Lucky Dube passed on a man of roots and culture. Man of love and respect. He was showing the world the life we live in, the mother land.
Lucky Dube’s music was about bringing breaking and fresh news on all time conquoring about our society or nation.
For me I want to know Lucky Dube’s alignment position and status, where ever he is. Whether around the son to the moon and stars lol in heaven or on the underworld with other ancestors. He is too like a
diamond in the sky.
So far from then with so much I have done deciding through patience I can say responsible emergence closed in 2016. Ripe what you sow. On the condition I find that others observe the emerge, what we do. I have been maintaining the condition:www.news24.com/user/mavidge1
So Lucky Dube is Ethiopian and African now of MSouthern.

HOW TO INNOVATE FOR GROWTH

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi. With Internative Digital @756Writing

Business is about doing what people like, with timetable, prototyping and curating, you do that making your business to growth.

You can do that following the days of the week for an example. For that having a theme for each day or period. Like on Monday is the start of the week and for that day you do what is found to be in energy or mood of the employees in your company. This can finely motivate and pick their mood up each day well set building continuos momentum. This way you can be efficient and effective. For an example you can start with hardwork early at first during the day and week. In that if you follow you can have coordinated, aligned and if you are closely listening and observing to your company and its environment activities you can have or find synergy of the week to month to year. This way in your planning you will be able to set programmes and assign well on schedules and projects. Each date of the day can have company values and motives attached to it. With this you will gain technical vision and have foresight strategy.

From days of the week as you observe how your system activities work you can take note and collect data that you can use to eliminate processes, technologies, etc that dont work or are less efficient and consider time saving, more productive ways. And add ways that are more productive. This way you can also find other better new ways and emerging solutions realised along the way that you can use, then growing your business.

For Nguni people for an example its like our names system or network which if you follow you find it saves a lot of what we find valuable to keep. With following what is there on personal names of people even professional help you can find a process on which to start with to the last. Their names state what they are for in our lives. If you follow its true happening you can find a person that can help you for what you want and its that kind of person you must connect to or ask from at a moment. Its truth happen whether you know it or not. It take consciousness to notice it. This can help you work well with your employees and appeal from your customers. They relate with it. So in this you can cultural, design, radical innovate.

When doing business an example of work that this can useful on is if you are an online information or articles curator. Setting your articles in a way that follow each other in an interesting, appealing, or logical way from time to time. It has to make sense to your audience. This is a way to give customer experience. So its important to do your customer network research, observe, take the data and analyse your customers interests and use the information you find to serve them accordingly. From there and forward you can keep changing, improving and upgrading the functioning of your business to achieve the required results or output. With this that is how you start noticing other new ways you did not see or find before that can add value to your business more than you thought before. So analysing this way is good to stay open.

An analyses tool that you can use for this is Computational Thinking Analyses. You can plan the Computational Thinking concepts: the Decomposition, Algorithms, Pattern Recognition and Obstructing. As Each year is different with new clients and new challenges and new ideas, getting employees you can use this tool for growth patterns. With Computational Thinking concept you will be able to be discoverer and be innovative.

With this you can see what clients buy, what interest them, how do they explore your website, able to notice what is the time to time changes. With it you can do data analysis for your website, blog, email marketing, newsletter, etc. This way you can stay relevant and keep up with your audience. This way you can know what kind of employees to invest on, be able to keep up with resources and work condition or environment you want. This is a way of doing customized services. In return for treating your customers special they can see what you do for them for that they can reward you.

So look at the ways you do business to set and grow your enterprize. This way you can solve global challenges with more people and communities benefiting. In all that is how corporations are able to bring industry innovation.

SIVUYILE SESI GETS AN INTERNET STORY AWARD.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

On the 17 March 2016 I became a runner up winner for the Western Cape Government Internet Competition Written Story Catergory Award. When I entered for the competition in December 2015 they liked my story in for personal and career development through business entrepreneurship regardless of starting from zero capital. I was given an award certificate and a Proline Tablet PC by Mr Alan Winde Minister of Economic Opportunities. This is the second competition I win around Cape Town, another one I entered my digital business on a business plan competition.

THAT WAS IT.

Thinking of those years, in 2006/7, while I was doing my first year at University of the Western Cape, through volunteering to Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE UWC) and Youth
Initiative for Entrepreneurship and Leadership Development (YIELD) – www.yield.org.za, by Prof Linda de Vries of Marketing would give me her office to do my studies. Also she gave me a job both those years as an Office Assistant helping keep her office organised. I feel to just cant forget the quality of SIFE UWC and YIELD with Prof as our Faculty Adviser and Mr Khutso Ramontja in charge. No wonder they won the 2005 SIFE National Competition. On 2006 SIFE National Competition with me as SIFE UWC Projects Manager our team won the third position. I still think we were the best. Its just that ” #WeAllWin” thats what their slogan say now with the new Enactus as in 2012 they changed SIFE to that new name. With us while it was SIFE the slogan was “Changing the world”. On the 2006 SIFE National Competition as SIFE UWC were on the finals the judges asked us a technology question. I answered the question for our team. The SIFE University of KwaZulu Natal team that showed us live on stage how they struggling with technos,
they took time to set up their technology to do their presentation, they became winners. And SIFE University of Pretoria became 2nd position. Our team Faculty
Adviser Prof Linda de Vries was selected to coach SIFE UKZN, as winners they were to represent South Africa on the 2006 SIFE International Competition I think in Paris. Eish 2008 doctor’s orders stopping me for a while on my studies.

OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES.

3 March 2016

The purpose of the Ministry of Economic Opportunities is to give advice and support to stakeholders in the economy that promote growth and jobs provision. Our role is specially client-facing, requiring daily interaction with entrepreneurs and business people.

To strengthen our involvement with the economy, we set ourselves the aim of becoming the most easy accessible government ministry office in the whole South Africa, and took practical steps to attain this.

On the 3rd of March 2016, the ministry officially opened its doors at a new location- 140 Long Street, Cape Town. What was once free government space has been turned into an open, vibrant office that welcomes residents with an appointment, as well as walk-ins, on a daily basis.

To make sure residents feel welcome at our offices, we have also signed up to participate in a new initiative called First Thurday (www.first-thursdays.co.za/commercial-highlights).

Every first Thursday of the month, we will stay open until 9pm, along with other shops, galleries and attractions in the CBD, as part of an exciting programme so as to encourage the citizens to explore their city.

“Residence with ideas to grow our economy and create jobs are encouraged to visit us to share their ideas on these dedicated open evenings.

My team and I will be on hand to welcome them.”- Alan Winde On these evenings, the ministry space will also be made a platform for innovators and produces to showcase their South African made goods…

“We are looking forward to playing our part by providing an inviting space for engagement on our economy, and to welcoming you to the most accessible government ministry in South Africa”- Alan Winde

BELOW IS THE STORY I SUBMITTED FOR THE COMPETITION TITLED: I UTILIZE INTERNET NOT JUST FOR PROFIT BUT FOR PROGRESS. NOW I AM ADVANCED.

In life internet keeps me preoccupied and busy. With it I have improved and supplemented my qualifications with other free courses and good articles. It has kept me informed and updated with what is happening in my field of study and business. With internet I have learnt to make my own work. I am sharing all that on the internet with others. With internet I feel useful and good. Easily entering for entrepreneurship competition, bursaries, global challenges, try to sell my work and other opportunities. Every day, I find reasons to focus and stay out of the streets, do something constructive to improve my life and share great moments with others, that is wonderful. It has groomed me.

As I started an online Communications and Marketing business from nothing internet has been the oil that keeps it going because its cheap. In my community you get free internet access.

As I have finished my degree and struggling for money to look for jobs internet has been keeping my career going that is how I have even gained confidence in entrepreneurship. Trying to perfect my skills and gaining experience with what I have, I have established an online portfolio, blogs, websites, logos and pages using free internet resources for that I have something to market myself. With that my brand for a start have been gaining public awareness and trust.

With the internet its cheaper to keep my business going. It has brought hope for my business and career. Its easy to get fresh knowledge or information and do research. It has opened multiple options for me. I know what I will focus on as soon as I get means to academically further my studies in Software or Application Development.

I am about people and profits through the internet and technology. On the internet I have went through personal and career development programmes like the 30 Days and 7 Days Forgiveness Challenge by Desmond Tutu and Mpho Tutu, 21 Days Meditation Experience by Oprah Winfrey and Deepak, Google Computational Thinking Course, Google Digital Marketing Course, etc.

I have written over 70 online articles with about 400 constructive comments. With those articles now I am preparing to write books and create my own online course, sell it to make sales for my business.

Here is my humanitarian entrepreneurship work: www.news24.com/user/mavidge1

REAL RECOGNIZE REAL IN THIS MONKEY BUSINESS.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

THE SPARK THAT RESULTED IN SO SAID RACIST TWEETS. They just cry freedom. Last year on the 31st December, Thursday reminded by Manchester United facebook page post about Sir Alex Ferguson’s birthday, that day on my facebook I posted “Irieness has costed my priorities and smart moves that I had no way to complain. Yoh crime doesn’t pay”. I started being a Manchester United Fan when he retired as a coach. By Monday, 4th of January 2016, starting the new week, which was the beginning of business for the year, places opening from holidays. Then still alive as Lucky Dube sang that “Crime doesn’t pay, education is the key”.

I guess then my posts became a spark because the Democratic Alliance leader Penny Sparrow likened KwaZulu Natal province beach goers to monkeys, that, that is how they are.Now you see the connection between Monday, key, monkey and man. Then the Standard Bank boss/ economist, Chris Hart also did his part on the whole circus on social media, also found to be about racism. How about those that work under him? Hart did well for resigning this week.

It took me to the end of 2015 #RhodesMustFall and #FeesMustFall student protest, that here it goes again in 2016. And also that was the week for Angie Motshekga the Minister of Basic Education to announce the Matric 2015 results, the Western Cape had top pass rate and the Eastern Cape was the last in all provinces. Also with Independent Examination Board results already announced that weekend with 98.3% passrate. That was the week that set the standard and determines the future of South African young people, especially having to pass to further your studies to tertiary institutions. An issue that was still hard to solve in 2015 at our universities

This whole spark reminds me of the ganja struggle for success, how it has costed my priorities and smart moves, making me now broke.

I know I was suppose now to be painful but I am not complaining, they say inyembezi zam aziweli phantsi (my tears wont fall down), its nothing, things will workout. Jah will see me through.

As a spark I feel that something is being done about it, I see that from the things that are happening.

I talk expressing my self then something happens. Ayipheli into ndiyithetha( I make sense). For me I am loyal to our democracy here and else where. I call on all the people lets rise up to the occasion.

Ever since studying at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) I have been challenges by the monkey business or socialism making me to ask how social affiliation is measured, what is happening with that.Believe me I am humbled, I had studied at UWC, being around Bellville.

I think I know how Lucky Dube felt ever since 2007. With the national condition in 2005 to 2009. That also the years I lost my (grand) ma, may their soul Rest In Peace. On his song Lucky Dube said “you don’t have to know my political affiliation … or … my religious affiliation, give me Respect… I want to see respect”. That time I was still concerned for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu as he was still UWC Chancellor to graduate me, on doctors order I dropped out. In that situation uLucky Dube ngumfeli wethu ( he is like our savior). That moment Bongi Dube came with an album that ” I don’t want to go around shaking hands with my enemies”, that “uyimbali”. Wyclif Jean also release a song that ‘Lucky Dube is a prophet’.

I wish we aligned with leaders like Helen Zille and Thabo Mbeki. They held themselves in positions with honour. Not what is happening now, the social networks going bananas in Mzansi or should I say that is RSA for you. Racist Econo- Political leadership indicating lack of moral. The Tutus to guide us are old, they have done their work universally, yet a lot still need to be done for us, more of by us to reach their levels and do more. A lot needs to be done.

Cliff was right when he said this monkey business was freedom of speech. He got fired for that as MNET Idols judge, and the court ruled on his favor and he got his job back. Focusing on racism waste everyones time with nothing to gain. Lets keep away from it. Lets set it out of our system.

The good leaders I mentioned in this writing their words and work still lives on, for those who still want to make a good progress to better life, that is still relevant.

South Africa is given respect internationally because of them. They have set the foundation, standard and conditioned us well.

We are free that means its up to each individual to do success for his life. Now its still the time lets not be distracted by negativity.

From the young age we need to take education seriously, its the process to success. It allows men and women to be independent. It is a key to true freedom, than succumbing to failures of racism.

Nobody thought me that, this written here is my own consciousness. Can I say I have a spiritual power

This nation was built on premises of goodness and peace. That’s the way we always prevail. For me I can say I see no racism in this but just working class foolishness. Clearly we want an open society, where everyone is free. And its true education that make us live a better life.Let us be beautiful like Mandela and Mbeki