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What you should have learned at school: party first aid

SAVANNAH PLASKITT

Every week, Perdeby takes a look at something you should have learned at school to assist you in day to day life. This week, we look at how to recognise when your friends are in trouble on a night out and what to do in case of an emergency.

A fun night out with fellow students can quickly turn into a disaster if one of your friends has had one too many to drink and picks a fight with a bouncer or a street sign. Perdeby is here to help you decide when to help someone into bed and when to take them to hospital.

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Perdeby Party guide: 9-15 May

NINA CRONJE
TUESDAY, 9 MAY

The Jolly Roger at 20:00: Roger that Tuesday. Line-up includes: Bongani Zulu, JVE and Kairo.

 

WEDNESDAY, 10 MAY

Arcade Empire at 19:00: Pizzacoustics: artists that will be performing are Estiaan Kruger, Chris Phillips and Andrew Ella. Specials include all-you-can-eat pizza for R80 and two for the price of one jam jars till 20:00. Free entrance.

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What you should have learned at school: how to manage your time effectively

NINA CRONJE
Every week, Perdeby takes a look at something you should have learned at school to assist you in day to day life. This week, we take a look at how to manage your time effectively.

It can safely be said that time management is something we all struggle with. From socialising to studying for tests and procrastinating, due dates can be daunting. Being a university student, the workload can sometimes be so immense that you feel you don’t have time for everything. Perdeby has found a few strategies that can be used to manage your time effectively. However, it is important to remember that time management strategies are subjective as everyone is different. Try these out to find the method that works best for you.

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Perdeby takes on the Beast

EMMANUEL OLUSEGUN

Every week Perdeby sends their journalists to experience something out of their comfort zones. This week is a little different. This week, team Perdeby tried its hand at obstacle course racing.
A group of Perdeby’s journalists got the chance to put down their laptops, cellphones, and cameras, and strap on their takkies and running gear as they took part in the tenth edition of the Beast obstacle course race. The event was held on 6 March at the Wedge 4x4 trail in Muldersdrift. Professional athletes, weekend warriors, teenagers, families and students were all present to take on the challenging course.

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Perdeby Party Guide: 2-8 May

AROMA THERON
TUESDAY, 2 MAY

Arcade Empire at 19:00: Game Night – Mortal Kombat. Entrance is free. Specials include all-you-can-eat sliders for R100 and two-for-one Jam Jars from 14:00 to 20:00. You can win four tickets to the Arcade Empire event with Tidal Waves, We Are Charlie, and Zionruts on 6 May.

The Jolly Roger at 19:00: Roger That Tuesday – Techno Tuesday. Enjoy real electronic music by real artists in Pretoria. The line-up will include ONE, TjaartO b2b Smith, and JVE. Entrance is R20.

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Sleeping - 37.2%
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