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Nelson Mandela Foundation thanks the world

After the first Mandela Day in 2009, Mandela thanked all who had supported it. He said: "It is our hope that people will dedicate their time and effort to improve the conditions within their own communities. We thank you for participating in Mandela Day".

21 Jul 2014 10:23

Consumer Science lands in SA

With emerging markets key to the growth strategy and investments that need to take place in the Middle East and African Region, Mondelez International has opened a new Sensory Laboratory in South Africa - the first in the EEMEA region. The global head of Consumer Sciences at Mondelez International, Marcia Young, was in South Africa for the opening. I caught up with her.

By Danette Breitenbach 18 Jul 2014 13:22

'Ghost' buildings cost government R60m

The government has been spending R60m a year on 108 vacant buildings and R12m on 12 buildings occupied by non-government tenants.

17 Jul 2014 11:30

Youth has 67 seconds to pitch a business idea

Sixty-seven young South African entrepreneurs, based in Johannesburg, will have 67 seconds to pitch their start-up idea during Nelson Mandela Day tomorrow 18 July in Braamfontein. Entrepreneurs with successful pitches will be provided with six months of virtual business mentorship and grant funding to invest in growing their business idea or business operations currently not older than 6 months.

17 Jul 2014 09:30

Moving Tactics launches South Africa's first full-service digital activation company

Moving Tactics, a leading South African digital signage solutions company, has recently launched Digital Impact, an activation division that specialises in short-term, rental and campaign-based advertising solutions.

Issued by Moving Tactics 16 Jul 2014 12:21

Shoprite climbs after saying turnover to surpass R100bn

Africa's largest supermarket‚ Shoprite‚ on Monday catalysed a strong rebound among listed retail shares‚ recently hit by a wave of selling pressure on views they are too expensive.

By Fifi Peters 16 Jul 2014 08:39

The Google doodle and other fluid trademarks

There was an interesting article in a publication called TBO (Trademarks and Brands Online) entitled Fluid Trademarks: Keeping Them Watertight. So what are fluid trademarks?

By Ilse du Plessis 14 Jul 2014 12:19

FAW launches Coega manufacturing plant

Leading Chinese automotive manufacturer First Automotive Works (FAW), has launched its R600m assembly plant in Zone 2 of the Coega Development Corporation's (CDC) Industrial Development Zone (IDZ).

11 Jul 2014 09:36

Shortage of red meat for festive season?

Indications are that the braai might be a rarity these Christmas holidays because of a shortage of red meat.

2 Dec 2013 10:04

Milk for the heart gets a facelift

Goodbye Omega 3, hello OméCOL… Parmalat's OméCOL low-fat milk - enriched with essential Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamins C, E and B6 - first introduced as Omega 3 milk, is now in a bright new pack sporting a new brand name (but the contents keep to the tried and trusted formulation).

13 Jul 2007 16:01

How music helps memory and retail marketing

Music helps marketers create rich brand-driven experiences within the retail environment, creating strong brand recall and heightening the consumer-brand connection says Craig Cesman, CEO of DMX Music Africa.

13 Jul 2007 15:58

Fast-food franchise chain gains an edge

McDonald's has beefed up its sales and operational reports with new software from the Lightedge software arm, Applied Concepts.

13 Jul 2007 15:56

Campaign aims to make HOPE even more ‘mobile'

‘I Bake, I Care' is a Golden Cloud campaign that promises to boost HOPE Worldwide, a recognised non-profit non-governmental organisation which runs community-based programmes targeted at HIV/ AIDS care, support and prevention efforts for adults and children, to the tune of R1 million!

13 Jul 2007 15:52

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