There’s a fox on the loose
Oct 4th 2011, 14:44
This clever mix of classic ginger beer – always a firm favourite - with a naughty twist, is guaranteed to liven up the coming festive season.
Hooch knows that South Africans love their ginger beer and thought they’d love it even more with a bit of zing. So they’ve introduced South Africa’s first ever alcoholic ginger beer.
With the great South African summer just around the corner and its promise of long, warm days, braai’s, sundowners and good times with friends, Hooch offers the perfect way to celebrate everybody’s favourite season with this spicy summer companion.
The label was designed by Creative Performance and the campaign design was co-ordinated by Fresh. It is available in a case configuration of 4 x 6 units, and will retail for approximately R9.95 per unit or R48.95 for a six pack.
I teach part-time at AAA and one of my lectures is always on Youth. One of the most passionate discussions we have is whether today’s teenagers, students and first-jobbers have a cause – whether they have anything they care about enough, to look up from their smartphones/chats and disrupt their daily lives.
That’s what HDI Youth Marketeers has endeavoured to do over the past 18 years. Africa’s leading youth market specialists strikes again, in a highly contested category, taking home the best Partnership of the Year Award at the Annual AdFocus Awards with their long standing client, Pick n Pay.
To kick-off the festive season in style and start the Christmas holidays with a bang, readers of top SA women's magazine Good Housekeeping are in for a treat in the December 2015 edition, as local DIY Internet sensation and author, Suzelle, is featured on the magazine's cover.
Times Media has announced that Daily Dispatch Editor Bongani Siqoko has been appointed editor of the Sunday Times.
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Sesame seeds may be tiny but they have huge health benefits. If you enjoy sprinkling sesame seeds into your cookie/muffin/bread batter, on your salads and in your stir-fries, you will be happy to know that you are doing your health a big favour. Tiny, crunchy, nutty sesame seeds are a nutritional wonder.
A Rooibos cocktail movement has taken over bars across the world’s cocktail capitals of London, New York and Cape Town, and has been dubbed by mixologists as this season’s favourite party mixer.
Comforting, rich, and flavourful festive foods do not have to be unhealthy. Swap sugar for Canderel Crunch with Stevia or Sucralose and enjoy the incredible flavours of Christmas – without the kilojoules. For a lighter take on new festive classics, here is your ultimate sugar free Christmas menu.
South Africa’s Heritage Day is when we set aside our differences and come together to celebrate our country’s rich and diverse culture. One tradition shared across a number of our cultures is a sociable braai or shisa nyama.
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Top employer amongst global giants
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In an article recently published on Fortune.com, FMCG giant, Unilever, was listed as the third most sought after employer in the world, following Google and Apple. With a clear mission and value statement, the multi-national organisation is leading the world on a journey to greater employee engagement.
Retail Charter confirmed - Namibia
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Unilever sees no improvement after weak 2014 - UK
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