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Home sweet Hemelhuijs
Home sweet Hemelhuijs

Ever since it opened back in October 2010, Hemelhuijs has been a restaurant of many faces. Now, as the seasons change, artist and chef Jacques Erasmus has transformed the Cape Town eatery (a finalist for Eat Out's Boschendal Style Award) once again.

By Eugene Yiga 28 Aug 2014 12:42

Experiential branding cuts through the clutter
Experiential branding cuts through the clutter

Experiential branding is still a relatively new concept for many South African businesses but is a logical extension of mass personalisation, as consumers now expect much more than a homogenised shopping experience.

27 Aug 2014 10:58

Unilever sells ice cream to Eskimos
Unilever sells ice cream to Eskimos

Recently I stumbled upon one of the best ideas I've seen in store this year that drives a new consumption occasion. Okay, so I'm guessing one takes a Magnum, pops it into a mug, turns on the microwave, stirs with ice cream stick and voilà, instant hot chocolate heaven. As exciting as this new idea is, I need to question why the execution fell short?

By Jason (Frich) Frichol 22 Aug 2014 13:28

[10 Things I Love About...] Stellenbosch
[10 Things I Love About...] Stellenbosch

Following a knockout stay at the historic and charming Coopmanshuijs Hotel in the heart of Stellenbosch, Contributing Editor Brian Berkman asked vivacious general manager Ilzebet Oosthuizen for her 10 Things She Loves About Stellenbosch...

By Brian Berkman 22 Aug 2014 09:35

SMS service for pregnant women
SMS service for pregnant women

A new cellphone application, MomConnect, allows all pregnant women in the country to sign up for a free SMS service, which provides information and advice on pregnancy, and can be used to notify the Department of Health about poor services at clinics.

22 Aug 2014 09:24

Users embrace Transnet's cargo tracking app
Users embrace Transnet's cargo tracking app

The public sector appears to be quickly embracing technology released by Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) as a means of tracking goods in South African ports.

By Thabiso Mochiko 1 Jul 2014 05:40

Get dressed up and go to the movies

To reward loyal Edcon account holders, Edgars has formed a strategic alliance with Ster Kinekor to launch the Edgars/Ster-Kinekor Movie Benefit Card.

13 Jul 2007 15:47

Converging media scores a first at Menlyn Park

Media convergence has broken new ground at Menlyn Park Shopping Centre, Pretoria. It has become the first mall in Africa to use mobile technology to communicate with shoppers in a personalized manner.

13 Jul 2007 15:44

June is CHOC-full of Christmas for Cape Town children

June every year is very special for Cape Town's children with cancer, for that is when CHOC, Childhood Cancer Foundation, hosts a Christmas in June celebration - just for them and their families.

13 Jul 2007 15:41

Furry friend franchise takes off in SA

Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc, an interactive retailer of customised stuffed animals, recently announced South Africa as a new international franchisee.

13 Jul 2007 15:38

Cellar combats climate change
Cellar combats climate change

Backsberg has become the first wine producer in South Africa and one of only three in the world to gain carbon-neutral status by sequestrating its carbon emissions.

13 Jul 2007 15:33

AVI empowers with Siyakhula

Forming part of the AVI People Development Strategy, the well-known fast moving consumer goods company has launched an internal training initiative, Siyakhula meaning ‘We are growing'.

13 Jul 2007 14:59

Banking hits the streets and malls

When you least expect it, Go Banking, brought to you by Nedbank in association with Pick ‘n Pay, has been seen across the country at major intersections and shopping malls.

13 Jul 2007 14:56

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