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Celebrate Earth Hour on 28 March by incorporating indoor plants into your workplace - Rentokil Initial
Celebrate Earth Hour on 28 March by incorporating indoor plants into your workplace

At 8:30pm on 28 March millions of people will switch off their lights for an hour to show their commitment to the planet and to saving energy. However, switching off your lights is just one of the many ways you can show your commitment to the planet. At Ambius we believe that one of the many reasons to incorporate living plants into your workplaces are the energy saving benefits indoor plants offer.

Issued by Rentokil Initial 27 Mar 2015 12:46

Rentokil offers advice from the experts on cockroach control - Rentokil Initial
Rentokil offers advice from the experts on cockroach control

There are 3,500 different species of cockroach found worldwide, and about 10% of these are found in South Africa. The three species most commonly found in and around our homes are the German, American and Oriental cockroaches. Apart from being horrible to look at, it's now believed that after dust-mites, cockroaches are one of the top causes of asthma and other allergic reactions.

Issued by Rentokil Initial 26 Mar 2015 13:11

Rewards add up for motorists who shop at Tiger Wheel & Tyre - Tiger Wheel & Tyre
Rewards add up for motorists who shop at Tiger Wheel & Tyre

Tiger Wheel & Tyre is reminding all motorists who are members of Standard Bank UCount Rewards programme, that they can collect and redeem their rewards points at Tiger Wheel & Tyre.

Issued by Tiger Wheel & Tyre 25 Mar 2015 12:05

The cost of not maintaining your tyres - Tiger Wheel & Tyre
The cost of not maintaining your tyres

Maintaining your tyres is probably not at the top of your to-do list, nor even a line item on your budget, but as Tiger Wheel & Tyre cautions, you really can't afford not to maintain your tyres.

Issued by Tiger Wheel & Tyre 24 Mar 2015 12:18

Kim Gentle
Is our online shopping on the Ball?

In South Africa, first world and third world often blend into each other without anyone noticing, especially in the form of technology. One catches a first-world Gautrain or communicates with the rest of the globe via the very latest smartphone or iPad, yet we have potholes on our roads that could engulf a small car and power cuts that occur almost on a weekly basis. So technology is certainly our flag-bearer, but how has this benefited the consumer?

By Kim Gentle, Issued by Grey 24 Mar 2015 10:05

The challenges faced by the agrochemical industry - Pyrotec
The challenges faced by the agrochemical industry

Packaging and labelling plays a vital role in communicating important information to consumers of the agrochemical industry. Whether the products are pesticides or garden-care, agrochemical labels come with a stringent set of legal requirements for product labelling.

Issued by Pyrotec 23 Mar 2015 12:39

Road Tripping Namibia
Road Tripping Namibia

Road Tripping Namibia, by Fiona McIntosh, Shaen Adey, Willie Olivier, Ron Swilling, Katy Sharpe and Nick Buys, will open your eyes to Namibia...

By Henrie Geyser: motoring editor 18 Mar 2015 13:36

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

Fort Simon wins double victory at Terroir Wine Awards

Fort Simon took two of the six awards from the Stellenbosch district, and Bottelary ward at the second SA Terroir Wine Awards. Last year the estate's wines came first in Stellenbosch for the top Shiraz 2003 and the best red wine in the Bottelary ward.

13 Jul 2007 15:51

Eveready scoops Proudly South African Homegrown Award

South Africa's only battery manufacturer, Eveready, won the Manufacturer of the Year award at the third annual Proudly South African Homegrown Awards, which were held in Johannesburg at the end of May.

13 Jul 2007 15:49

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