Leading international consumer goods company, Church & Dwight, has bestowed ACDOCO South Africa ("ACDOCOSA") with the 2016 award for Consistent Growth and Successful Brand Relaunches. ACDOCOSA was one of only three countries out of a hundred that received an award at the ceremony held in Athens, Greece.
ACDOCOSA 3 days ago
The $74bn union between brewing titans SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) is on the cusp of completion. After all the boxes are ticked, minority shareholders of the South African brewing icon will be first in line to cash in their shares at the lucrative offer price of £44 each.
Fifi Peters 3 days ago
Margarine and cooking oil maker Sime Darby Hudson Knight agreed to pay a R35m fine for colluding with Unilever, the Competition Commission said on Thursday.
Robert Laing 3 days ago
The Competition Tribunal on Wednesday said the Competition Commission had signed a consent agreement with edible fats and oil refinery producer Sime Darby Hudson Knight over collusive conduct.
Mark Allix 21 Jul 2016
Astral Foods will consider permanent production cuts if feed costs stay high and South African consumers remain under pressure, with the broiler-chicken maker trimming output for a second time this year and reducing workers' hours to curb costs.
Tshepiso Mokhema 21 Jul 2016
The Competition Commission on Wednesday approved a merger between Nestle SA's pet food business and the company that owns Bob Martin, which makes snacks and treats for dogs.
Fifi Peters 21 Jul 2016
The PMA Fresh Connections Conference and Expo 2016 will be held at the CSIR International Convention Centre in Pretoria from 17-18 August.
Cari Van Wyk 21 Jul 2016
Savanna Premium Cider has announced the names of the five nominees for the 2016 Savanna Newcomer Award. A platform for new and undiscovered talent, the annual Savanna Newcomer Showcase helps newbie comics gain exposure amongst new and larger audiences, as a kick-start to their comedy careers.
19 Jul 2016
BRUSSELS - The EU announced on Monday another €500m for the bloc's farmers to help reverse the plunge in prices shaking the dairy industry, bringing the total support to one billion euros.
19 Jul 2016
Now that the Treasury has published for comment its policy paper on the tax of sugar-sweetened beverages, a debate about the sugar tax proposal can begin in earnest. And once the industry and its critics start crunching numbers and probing the consequences, intended and unintended, it could become a hot debate.
Hilary Joffe 19 Jul 2016