The South African Liquor Brand Owners Association (Salba) has criticised the government's inadequate socioeconomic impact assessment of the draft Liquor Amendment Bill because of its failure to quantify the effect on jobs and the economy.
Linda Ensor 2 days ago
BMi Research has released its report on the drinking yoghurt category, which continued to grow in volume and value in 2016, congruent with the historical trend of the category.
3 days ago
Direct selling is booming amidst South Africa's downgraded economy, if the Direct Selling Association of South Africa's (DSASA's) recent industry results are anything to go by. The direct sales industry is one of the few sectors showing growth over the past 18 months, with an estimated 1.3 million independent business owners having generated R12.9 billion for the national economy in the form of sales directly to customers.
3 days ago
Facebook Messenger offers some exciting options for marketers and, judging by the extensive coverage the product received at F8 back in April, it seems Facebook knows it.
Megan Hollis 19 Jul 2017
Doing business with the poor is complex. Here is your opportunity to get fresh perspective and real insights on how to reach and connect with SA's mass market and low-income consumers!
Knowledge Resources 18 Jul 2017
Nearing the end of a long week, I was delighted to accept an invitation to an exclusive Rémy Martin tasting at the new luxury Silo Hotel at the Waterfront on 6 July 2017. A fitting, intimate get-together to ease into the weekend. I decided to take my husband along since he has the better palate between the two of us. Brand ambassador Vusa Zaya was our host for the evening and we were pleased with the warm welcome when we arrived at the Silo Hotel's library, a quiet and elegant section of the hotel where the tasting was being held.
Juanita Pienaar 18 Jul 2017