24 November

UWC Students visit RSAWEB

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Earlier this week, we were visited by two students from the University of the Western Cape, who are currently studying towards a Bcom degree with a major in Information Systems. Cynthia Kanyenze and Tejas Gihwala are part of the UWC Job Shadow programme which RSAWEB actively participates in.

The students had the opportunity to meet 3 of our key personnel members – Jason von Berg (Technical Operations Manager), Vernon Naidoo (Network Operations Engineer) and Ayesha Bagus (HR Manager), who explained the ins and outs of their respective positions.

Tejas noted, “I’m interested in pursuing a career in Business Analysis and Business Information Systems Consulting (ERPs), and found the presentations from Vernon the most interesting as we have a mutual interest in networking, network cabling and the mechanics thereof. Jason’s talk was also very informative, as he covered quite a bit on how networks work, systems analysis and business analysis. He used a lot of technical jargon, but once he’d fully explained it to us, I think we were all on the same page.”

” The environment at RSAWEB is superb, the people were very welcoming , and I particularly enjoyed the presentations from Jason and Vernon. My programming skills aren’t strong, but talking to them opened my eyes to a new path of Information Technology which I’d love to explore.¬† Although I was only at their offices for 4 hours, I have nothing but praise for them – They really made an effort to welcome us,” commented Cynthia.

Allan Boyle, RSAWEB Sales Manager (middle) with Tejas (left) and Cynthia (right)

19 November

Freebie Friday Facebook Giveaway

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It’s Freebie Friday – time to usher in the weekend by giving away free stuff. Sound good?

This week we are giving away a pair of these social-media-meets-real-world tees, which come with a guarantee to help you add friends in both the real and online world.

As usual, winners are randomly selected from various peeps that we’ve interacted with via twitter or facebook during the course of the year.

11 November

Uniquely South African Movember Competition

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Right now, all around the globe, people are growing great big bushy Mo’s for the legendary month of Movember. Not only does this give men a legitimate excuse to look like Magnum PI, but also a chance to support some great charities as well.

RSAWEB has decided to join the Movember movement, by giving away 12 uniquely South African Movember tees, featuring SA’s 9 official mo’s:

How to win one of these uniquely SA Movember Tees:

To enter the competition, simply tell us what your favorite Home Grown Mo (as featured above) is by leaving a message on our Facebook Fan Wall (you must ‘like’ the fan page in order to leave a comment) or tweeting us using the #movember tag. You can also enter by tweeting us a pic of your very own Home Grown Mo or simply posting the pic to our Facebook Fan wall (if you ‘like’ our FB Fan Page, you should be able to post a pic with a comment on our wall).

On Friday the 26th of Movember, we’ll announce the winners from amongst the entrants to receive one of these fantastically manly Home Grown Movember tees. It’s that easy.

11 November

Team RSAWEB wins final race of Pro Classic Series

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The Spring 2010 Pro Classic series came to a close on Sunday, with the Klein Joostenberg race in Stellenbosch. Team RSAWEB member, Robert Quinn once again took to the podium after winning the final stage of the series.


05 November

Freebie Friday

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Everyone loves Fridays. Everyone loves free stuff.¬†Combine these two elements, and you have an equation for widespread happiness (Friday+Free Stuff = Widespread Happiness). Thus, from this day forth, we declare that every Friday at RSAWEB shall be ‘Freebie Friday’ (or #freebiefriday if you’re Twitter savvy).

Every Friday we’ll be randomly selecting some Tweeps and Facebook Friends to be the recipients of various freebies… let’s call it random acts of freebieness. To keep things fresh, each week we’ll give away something unique – so you never know what might be coming your way! More