[Sindy Peters] Many a retailer will sing to the tune of "The customer is always right", but not a lot actually live the phrase, much less invest any time or innovation in it. Luckily for you and I, this age of short-term vision is drawing to a close.
[Sindy Peters] In an ideal world quality higher education would be available to everyone, all educational resources and technologies would be free, no student would be left behind for financial reasons - education would be a right and not a privilege.
[Sindy Peters] New ICT centres were unveiled at Prestwich Street Primary in Green Point last week. The school is situated in an affluent area, but serves mainly underprivileged learners.
[Sindy Peters] The top three finalists in the Fine Brandy Bar Design Initiative were announced on Friday, 1 November 2013, at Van Ryn's Distillery in Stellenbosch. The winning bar design will be revealed at Design Indaba 2014.
[Sindy Peters] How cold was it at Rocking the Daisies this year?! Bloody hell! I wouldn't have blamed anyone for forsaking their Ocsober oaths just to keep their blood circulating. But forget the weather, Seed Experiences are clearly in the lead for hosting the best outdoor festival of 2013.
[Sindy Peters] AdVantage magazine announced this morning that the publication's final issue will be going to print today, Tuesday, 2 July 2013. In circulation for the last 20 years, the magazine's readership covered decision makers in the media, marketing and advertising sector.
[Sindy Peters] In just over a month, one school will be awarded R50 000 to help it make a positive and, more importantly, a sustainable change for its chosen charity. The brainchild of Will McIntyre, director of the 4U Rage Festival at G&G Productions, Rage for Good is calling on SA matric learners to get involved in this year's campaign.
[Sindy Peters] Treated with the honeymoon suite at the Alluvia Wine Estate, there was very little to complain about - it's a truly magical setting. Blessed with a sunny day in the middle of winter, we were lured into the "vineyard lifestyle".
[Sindy Peters] Welcoming delegates from around the world and highlighting her department's efforts in developing a regulatory system to conserve the ocean environment, Deputy Minister for Environmental Affairs Rejoice Mabudafhasi opened the African Marine Debris Summit.
[Sindy Peters] 5 for Change recently held its second annual black tie fundraising event in Cape Town, introducing five social enterprises to many of the city's young professionals.
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