#RespektheDoek! South African social media is up in arms, a not unusual occurrence, but this time with good cause. South Africa is a culturally diverse country, and some of those cultures and religions require women to cover their heads. So why not the African “doek”? An artfully wrapped cloth certainly looks every bit as professional as the hats ladies wore when in public, as late as the 1960’s. Meanwhile, eNCA and eNews editor-in-chief Anton Harber has said that he, together with the staff, would review the dress policy.
Not all EGAFD students wish to start their working careers immediately upon graduation, but of those who do, 100% find employment. Starting from the second year, students are trained to compile Curricula Vitae and portfolios. The Academy also co-operates closely with industry role players to prepare graduates for job hunting in the real world, inter [...]
Bloemfontein designer Casper Bosman-Crous is a busy man. Not only does he dress celebrities like Lorna Maseko, Christina Storm and two reigning Miss South Africas, Melinda Bam and Rolene Strauss, but he will also design the pageant dresses of the 12 finalists in the 2015 Miss South Africa contest. After completing his studies in Pretoria, [...]