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Top gear We look at products that will enhance your business
When you are serious about the food you serve, you are serious about the knives you use.
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Working together for progress Report back from the NTHA general meeting in June
On 15 June the National Tourism and Hospitality Association (NTHA) had a general meeting that was attended by the Gauteng MEC of Economic Development with his officers.
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Warning: SMS scam targeting Gauteng Liquor License Holders Business owners, beware!
The Gauteng Department of Economic Development warns the public about an SMS scam doing rounds asking liquor license holders to pay renewals fees into an FNB bank account. The SMS
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Stout comfort Beat the winter blues with cheddar and stout
"The idea of the dark bitter flavours of the stout melting in with all that delicious salty cheddar cheese was too good not to try"
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A hive of activity Support is vital to spur the growth of township entrepreneurs
In the townships, functions are incomplete without three-legged pots, tent and chairs, meat, veggies and of course scones.
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Driving a bargain A bakkie for all purposes and an elegant, affordable family sedan
Chevrolet hasn’t spared any expense in the safety department.
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Soweto Stokvel wins the title at 2016 Cooking Challenge! The competition was fiery, but success was sweet
The penultimate finals of the 2016 Stokvel Cooking Challenge, sponsored by White Star Maize Meal and Royco®, had stokvel groups competing against each other to win their share of R50 000 in cash.
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Against the odds Township women are heroes in the struggle for a better life
Women’s Month is commemorated in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women.
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Born on the cob Amazing women farmers reap their first harvest with support of SAB
Women-in-Maize, a multimillion rand investment by SAB, the Department of Small Business Development and ARC, supporting the empowerment of women-run maize farms, has begun its first successful harvest season.
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