04 November 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

Alice Phoebe Lou grew up Kommitje, South Africa. After finishing school she packed her things to travel the world. Her meandering took her through Europe and busking around her new hometown of Berlin. She has performed to much acclaim all over Berlin

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18 September 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

South African consumers gave supermarkets a customer satisfaction score of 80.6 out of 100, according the South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi), which is higher than the score of 79 out of 100 achieved last year.

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18 August 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

The South African Breweries (SAB) Foundation has selected the finalists in its 4th annual Social Innovation Awards 2014 who will compete for the R1-million first place prize.

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25 July 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

The Banking App, launched three years ago, was the first of its kind in South Africa, when smartphones became available to FNB customers in 2011. FNB was also the first to launch the Banking App specifically designed for Tablets in April 2013.

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15 July 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

Prof. Njabulo Ndebele, Chairman of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, together with the Trustees and staff, are deeply saddened at the loss of Nadine Gordimer, South Africa’s grande dame of literature and friend of Nelson Mandela.

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08 July 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

If you yearn to return home and are waiting for that dream opportunity, the Homecoming Revolution would love to invite you to their Jozi African Talent Speed-Dating event on the morning of 22nd August.

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08 July 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

In a world of plastic money, debit orders and generous overdrafts, what would happen if we were forced to live entirely off coins? Would we feel more connected to our money? Would we spend less? Would we save more? For this year’s National Sav

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27 May 2014 BY Darryl Wood

Two South African hand-shearers have achieved high honours in the international sheep shearing championship in Ireland, the National Wool Growers' Association said on Monday.

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16 May 2014 BY Darryl Wood

The term ‘keen’ is often used to describe enthusiasm for something – and, in this case, a more fitting word could not have been found.

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01 May 2014 BY Darryl Wood

Two South African fathers have adapted a 1930s Finnish design to come up with a box aimed at supporting South African mothers with newborns.

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