Without an online presence, you do not exist. Period. You are only as relevant as your last post. And to hip, vibrant youth (much like myself, of course) being anything other than relevant is simply NOT AN OPTION. Think about it: Being the last to know, or worse, comment, tweet and #hashtag is literally social suicide. Everyone is talking about “it”, can’t stop talking

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Shakespeare is alive

With every lol, omg, @ and “mwah”, I cringe a little. Through my work with youth, I have come to realise that life can become pretty fast paced. Sadly, I too am guilty of falling into the trap of trying to spare a few seconds by sending a message that read: “gtg running l8” And as I hit the send button, I felt my

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  The Pascap Trust Substance Abuse Early Intervention team was invited to attend the Tafelsig High School Grade 12 Valedictory last night, 16 October 2014.The school’s the principal, Rushda O’Shea, extended the school’s gratitude to Pascap for delivering an outstanding counselling service to the learners at her school.  MEC Albert Fritz was the guest speaker for the ceremony and delivered a heart-felt motivational speech to the Tafelsig

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