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RLabs Social Media Surgeries

This week the RLabs team have deployed our largest social media surgery operation yet with the attempt of training 850 people at a time over 6 locations. Social Media Surgeries was first introduced to RLabs by Nick Booth when we visited Birmingham during 2009 and...

Social Media Surgery: My Mountain, My Vote

Yesterday Cape Town was under a dark winter cloud and Table mountain was almost not in sight,but strong winds did not put a stop to the collaboration of Rlabs, Vote for Table mountain and GivenGain Foundation RLabs Team showing school kids how to become activists on the...

Mom4.0 Open Social Media Surgery

This Morning the moms gathered for their weekly session in the Academy, all excited for social media class. We decided to have a session with a surgery setup and called it the Open Social Media Surgery. We allowed each mom or student the opportunity to ask...

How twitter is changing our lives on the Cape Flats

Over the last two years Twitter had a very big impact on the lives of many in the RLabs community on the Cape Flats. The journey with this micro-blogging platform started in 2008 when a number of young men and women were introduced to...

Social Media Surgery with iGeek

Last week Saturday the RLabs team had the privilege of hosting Gerhard Potgieter from iGeek fame who workshopped monetizing your blog. The Social Media Surgery took a slightly different structure to our last one as it was more focussed on developing the team to develop...

Social Media Trainees

Our project manager Rene Parker asked me to give her the number of people Rlabs has trained up thus far,as  she needed to put it in a report. The total I  gave to her was more than 70 people and she said that I must...