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Dentsu Africa launches Consumer packaged goods like never before
Dentsu Africa launches Consumer packaged goods like never beforeArticle

The second edition in the Dentsu wisdom series titled Consumer packaged goods like never before has officially launched. The content in the latest report includes analysis from 19 experts...

Issued by Dentsu 7 May 2021

Michel Doukeris to succeed Carlos Brito as AB InBev CEO
Michel Doukeris to succeed Carlos Brito as AB InBev CEOArticle

Brito will step down after 15 years as CEO and 32 years at the company...

6 May 2021

DBSA launches second edition of Youth Challenge
DBSA launches second edition of Youth ChallengeArticle

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has launched the second edition of the DBSA Youth Challenge...

5 May 2021

Steve Umculo releases new song upon his return from Nashville
Steve Umculo releases new song upon his return from NashvilleArticle

Meet Steve Umculo. Umculo is the Zulu word for music. It is itself a representation of what Steve Umculo strives to achieve - a blend of cultures and styles. His music is a unique fusion of Afro-centric grooves and folk harmonies that will get any audience up on their feet.

Martin Myers 5 May 2021

Media planning that interprets multiple studies to position brands
Media planning that interprets multiple studies to position brandsArticle

In this article, we scratch the surface of what this can mean for products and brands, by discovering some market realities in sample categories of beverages, banking as well as food and groceries...

Issued by Ebony+Ivory 28 Apr 2021

Heineken launches 2030 Brew a Better World ambitions
Heineken launches 2030 Brew a Better World ambitionsArticle

Heineken raises the bar with new commitments on the environment, social sustainability and responsible consumption on a path to a net zero, fairer and healthier world...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 26 Apr 2021

Heineken sets goal to be carbon neutral in production by 2030
Heineken sets goal to be carbon neutral in production by 2030Article

Heineken has stated a new ambition to decarbonise its production by 2030 and its full value chain by 2040...

15 Apr 2021

Carrying weapons during strike action can get you dismissed
Carrying weapons during strike action can get you dismissedArticle

The Labour Appeal Court has ruled that employees can be dismissed for carrying weapons during a strike and it is reasonable to expect them to know that this is a dismissible offence...

Lizle Louw, Shane Johnson and Justin de Wet 14 Apr 2021

Heineken SA appoints two new management team members
Heineken SA appoints two new management team membersArticle

Heineken South Africa has announced the appointment of two new management team members: Joy van Heerden has joined as digital and technology director while Vinicius Genio de Almeida will lead supply chain at the local office...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 14 Apr 2021

Creativity. A dangerous ingredient from two old men
Creativity. A dangerous ingredient from two old menArticle

There are a lot of ideas in the world today. It is what fuels the world. We always say how we need ideas. But we don't really value them. In our business, thousands get thrown away every day. Over the last couple of years I have noticed what I call Swiss-Army knife ideas...

Damon Stapleton 8 Apr 2021

Don't just tell them. Show them how attractive you are
Don't just tell them. Show them how attractive you areArticle

For products wanting to strut their stuff at retail, glitz, glamour, and striking colours are the key features of captivating labels that attract discerning shoppers and get products moving off the shelf...

Issued by Pyrotec 7 Apr 2021

Thirst Bar Services wins another awardArticle

Thirst bar tenders are renowned for their abilities behind the bars and the numerous awards they have won both locally and internationally.

Issued by Thirst Bar Services 7 Apr 2021

Off-premise booze ban over Easter weekend
Off-premise booze ban over Easter weekendArticle

There will be a four-day ban on the sale of alcohol for off-premise consumption over the upcoming Easter weekend...

31 Mar 2021

Why employers can't rely solely on polygraph tests for dismissals
Why employers can't rely solely on polygraph tests for dismissalsArticle

The reliability and relevance of polygraph testing in the employment space have been a persistent issue that is surrounded by a lot of controversies...

Ludwig Frahm-Arp, Tshepiso Rasetlola and Catherine Hendriks 30 Mar 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager: Lance Dodgen, Heineken SA's marketing manager: Cider
#BehindtheBrandManager: Lance Dodgen, Heineken SA's marketing manager: CiderArticle

Lance Dodgen, Heineken South Africa Marketing Manager: Cider is the custodian of the Dutch brewing company's Strongbow and Fox Cider brands...

Jessica Tennant 30 Mar 2021

Looking back on a year of lockdown
Looking back on a year of lockdownArticle

As we approach the one-year 'anniversary' of that first day of South Africa's hard lockdown, it's a good time to look back at these challenges, writes Heineken SA MD Gerrit van Loo...

Gerrit van Loo, Issued by Heineken South Africa 29 Mar 2021

Marketing Achievement Awards announces Rising Star finalists for 2020/21
Marketing Achievement Awards announces Rising Star finalists for 2020/21Article

The Marketing Achievement Awards (MAAs) has announced the finalists for its Rising Star of the Year Award - the best and the brightest under the age of 35 who have consistently demonstrated excellent performance and who have the potential to become outstanding leaders in their profession...

29 Mar 2021

NWU rewards exceptional lecturers
NWU rewards exceptional lecturersArticle

The North-West University (NWU) celebrated the torchbearers of its teaching excellence during a virtual event...

Issued by North-West University (NWU) 29 Mar 2021

Alcohol industry suggests measures to curb third wave of Covid-19
Alcohol industry suggests measures to curb third wave of Covid-19Article

The South African alcohol industry has made recommendations to the government through Nedlac on alternative measures to deal with short-term pressure on hospitals...

26 Mar 2021

New nostalgia: Q&A with embroiderer and artist Danielle Clough
New nostalgia: Q&A with embroiderer and artist Danielle CloughArticle

Cape Town-based artist Danielle Clough's vibrant and unique embroidery creations have seen her gain significant attention both locally and internationally. She's worked with major brands such as Gucci and Nike and shown her work across the globe.

Ruth Cooper 23 Mar 2021

World Water Day: Collaboration protects vulnerable communities against Covid-19
World Water Day: Collaboration protects vulnerable communities against Covid-19Article

The Heineken Africa Foundation and Heineken SA have partnered with WaterAid in its drive to tackle the spread of Covid-19 and other diseases, as well as significantly broaden access to clean water across the continent...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 19 Mar 2021

Corona pilots beer packaging made using surplus barley
Corona pilots beer packaging made using surplus barleyArticle

Corona has introduced a new circular form of packaging for its six-packs, made using repurposed surplus barley straw...

18 Mar 2021

#StartupStory: LegitLaw - the new self-service platform for basic business contracts
#StartupStory: LegitLaw - the new self-service platform for basic business contractsArticle

In the era of digitalisation, automation and self-help services, the legal sector has been slow to transform. LegitLaw is changing that with the launch of its legal tech-meets-online shopping platform...

Shan Radcliffe 18 Mar 2021

Government needs to remove restrictive regulations to allow the agricultural sector to grow
Government needs to remove restrictive regulations to allow the agricultural sector to growArticle

South Africa's economic recovery relies to a large extent on creating a more enabling business environment and putting the right structural economic reforms in place.

Ian van Niekerk 16 Mar 2021

Webinar sheds light on holistic management of grapevines
Webinar sheds light on holistic management of grapevinesArticle

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Carin Venter 12 Mar 2021

African countries' agricultural reforms will ensure free trade deal benefits SA too
African countries' agricultural reforms will ensure free trade deal benefits SA tooArticle

In 2020 alone, amidst a pandemic, South Africa exported US$10,2bn worth of agricultural products, the second largest on record. One market that has consistently been important to South Africa is the African continent, which on average, accounts for 40% of South Africa's agricultural exports...

Wandile Sihlobo 12 Mar 2021

Flying Fish challenges convention again! FFS!
Flying Fish challenges convention again! FFS!Article

Flying Fish is officially launching hard seltzer in the country; Flying Fish Seltzer is set to hit shelves by April 2021...

Issued by M-Sports Marketing 11 Mar 2021

The Creative Circle announces Overall Rankings and Annual Award 2020 winners
The Creative Circle announces Overall Rankings and Annual Award 2020 winnersArticle

The Creative Circle has announced its Overall Rankings and Annual Award 2020 winners...

8 Mar 2021

Customer experience within the medical aid industry
Customer experience within the medical aid industryArticle

The medical aid industry was thriving and performing above the Ask Afrika Orange Index benchmark, displaying a positive response to the market...

Sarina de Beer and Dr Amelia Richards, Issued by Ask Afrika 3 Mar 2021

White Square announces jury for 2021 festival
White Square announces jury for 2021 festivalArticle

White Square international advertising festival announced the jury for the 2021 festival...

2 Mar 2021

The difference between challenger brands and disruptor brands
The difference between challenger brands and disruptor brandsArticle

Challenger brands can't let themselves become swept up in the mania for disruption, writes the West Coast partner for eatbigfish Mark Barden...

Mark Barden, Issued by eatbigfish 25 Feb 2021

Above-inflation increase to excise tax troubles SA alcohol industry
Above-inflation increase to excise tax troubles SA alcohol industryArticle

Excise tax will be increased by 8%, which will exceed the targeted excise duties for wine, beer and spirits set by Treasury itself, at 11%, 23% and 36% respectively...

25 Feb 2021

Heineken SA celebrates resilience this World Bartender Day
Heineken SA celebrates resilience this World Bartender DayArticle

Heineken raises a toast to the country's bartending staff and tells the stories of some of SA's most loyal working in pubs, restaurants and bars across South Africa...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 25 Feb 2021

Lessons in courage and innovation in a pandemic
Lessons in courage and innovation in a pandemicArticle

The sheer enormity of the sudden-onset Covid crises took the wind out of sails across all industries, globally. However, writes CEO of the IAS and Scopen partner Johanna McDowell, there are gems shining brightly across the marketing landscape everywhere...

24 Feb 2021

Excise duties shoot up
Excise duties shoot upArticle

Government will increase the excise duties on alcohol and tobacco products by 8%...

24 Feb 2021

#MusicExchange: Bonfire Buffalo release new single
#MusicExchange: Bonfire Buffalo release new singleArticle

After a three-year hiatus, alternative rock band Bonfire Buffalo are back on the scene with an emotive ballad titled "Remember Me". Pulling at the heartstrings of its listeners, the song still carries with it the quirky and eclectic sound the band are known for.

Martin Myers 16 Feb 2021

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Botswana must curb diamond reliance: presidentArticle

After a year in which coronavirus restrictions caused a slump in diamond exports, Botswana's president said on Thursday that the country needs to diversify its economy...

Matthew Larotonda 15 Feb 2021

The Blue Train resumes its full service offering
The Blue Train resumes its full service offeringArticle

The Blue Train has announced that it will be resuming its full operations after a temporary shutdown due to the Covid-19 second wave alert in December 2020...

Issued by Havas Johannesburg 4 Feb 2021

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Alcohol industry welcomes easing of ban, pleads for transparencyArticle

The SA alcohol industry welcomes President Ramaphosa's announcement yesterday evening to partially reinstate the sale of alcohol...

2 Feb 2021

7 easy ways to help support South African restaurants and wineries during Level 3
7 easy ways to help support South African restaurants and wineries during Level 3Article

It is no dispute that the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions - lockdown, curfew and the alcohol ban (as necessary as they have been in certain circumstances) - have had a devastating effect on South Africa's hospitality and wine industries...

Ruth Cooper 1 Feb 2021

Young diamond jewellery designers called to enter Shining Light Awards
Young diamond jewellery designers called to enter Shining Light AwardsArticle

The Shining Light Awards invites promising young diamond jewellery designers from Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa to showcase their talent...

27 Jan 2021

Craft brewers battling to survive blanket ban on alcohol
Craft brewers battling to survive blanket ban on alcoholArticle

According to a survey conducted by The Craft Brewers Association of South Africa, the vast majority of local craft brewers don't see themselves surviving the third alcohol ban...

26 Jan 2021

Spending too much on fuel? Here's how you can save
Spending too much on fuel? Here's how you can saveArticle

Here's how someone with a 60-litre tank in their vehicle, who fills up four times a month, can save around R17,000 a year by driving right...

25 Jan 2021

SAB suspends 550 temporary workers as production stagnates
SAB suspends 550 temporary workers as production stagnatesArticle

SAB has had to suspend 550 temporary contract workers across its South African operations, as it navigates the unintended consequences of the third alcohol ban...

25 Jan 2021

Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinityArticle

South Africa's Advertising Regulatory Board (ARB) has asked Heineken South Africa to withdraw or amend an advertisement for Windhoek beer on the basis that it entrenches toxic masculinity, suggesting that "real men drink real beer"...

22 Jan 2021

Can SMEs be saved during this economic period?
Can SMEs be saved during this economic period?Article

Analysts are predicting that 60% of SMEs will close before the crisis caused by the pandemic is over. Vital for job creation and growth, protecting SMEs during this period of economic turbulence is critical, but how do we do it?

Rajan Naidoo 19 Jan 2021

Land reform: Importance of exploring, understanding various models to fast-track pace in 2021
Land reform: Importance of exploring, understanding various models to fast-track pace in 2021Article

The Vumelana Advisory Fund believes the various models on how land reform can be administered should be explored and adapted to the programme as SA plans to fast-track its pace...

14 Jan 2021

#BehindtheMask: Brandt Botes, CD of design at Old Friend Young Talent
#BehindtheMask: Brandt Botes, CD of design at Old Friend Young TalentArticle

This week, we go behind the mask with Brandt Botes, creative director of design at Old Friend Young Talent...

Jessica Tennant 13 Jan 2021

Re-engaging and reimagining the SA sponsorship industry
Re-engaging and reimagining the SA sponsorship industryArticle

The statement "we are not having fun together right now" really describes the current reality in the leisure activities, sport, entertainment and live events space...

Judith Mugeni 13 Jan 2021

How to fund your 2021 journey through higher education
How to fund your 2021 journey through higher educationArticle

"Education is a powerful tool that helps to advance societies, driving innovation and birthing new industries that boost economies," says Leana de Beer, CEO of Feenix. But for many young South Africans, tertiary education is restricted - often seen to be expensive or out of reach for those who can't get funding through NSFAS, bursaries or student loans...

11 Jan 2021

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