#SmashTheLabel is a direct call to action to South Africans to stand proactively against any form of negative stereotyping and labelling.
The judging panel comprised a broad spectrum of global wine professionals, including commercial buyers, importers, wine professionals, masters of wine, journalists and wine educators.
Made in small batches using quadruple-filtered water for purity and the finest ingredients available, new Fitch & Leedes Craft Cola takes a bow as the perfect accompaniment to premium spirits.
We have come a long way as a country where black people’s participation in the wine industry was confined to being unskilled labourers on wine farms.
The purpose of the organisation is to make the benefits of collective bargaining available to its members: spaza shops, tuckshops, general dealers, hair salons, and clothing stalls.
The second celebration took place on 25 July at Chief’s House. We invited 270 senior citizens, who were pampered with breakfast and lunch and gifted with blankets.
The artwork design captures the vibrancy of Soweto, the Kasi connection moments that bring its people together, the expressiveness of language and the pride of its people.
Shoprite Money is set to roll out in multiple countries in Africa over the next 12 to 18 months, which will hold additional benefits for customers including seamless and cost-effective cross-border remittance.
Liquor traders associations should also take the responsibility of educating their membership to understand the legislation including Acts, Bylaws and policies.
The Minister, in other words, will have the power to ban smoking outright throughout South Africa, a fantasy the current health minister has had for a long time.