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Pardus is the Latin for panther or leopard and of course a fitting name for a new addition to the Leopard’s Leap collection of wines. For me, though, this red blend is more than a new option in our range. Not only was it born from a desire to make my own wine again, but it also acknowledges a lifelong commitment to the protection of our natural treasures – especially through our support of the Cape Leopard Trust and the plight of the vulnerable Cape Mountain Leopard.

 

If quality coffee and designer jewellery boost your motivation to get out of bed in the morning, then a jar of NESCAFÉ GOLD should be on your grocery list this winter. To celebrate the unveiling of its Crafted Beyond Compare 2021 campaign, the popular instant coffee brand is giving away designer pieces to South African citizens with a refined taste for local craft.

 

SKYY Vodka announced Coming Out (Again), a new campaign supporting the nightlife venues and workers that are so deeply integral to the LGBTQ+ community. As the country slowly emerges from lockdown, th

 

Having been canceled last year due to the Covid-19 outbreak, one of the biggest games in South Africa?s football calendar, the Carling Black Label Cup, makes its eagerly-awaited return on 31 July. As

 

Don Julio's Cinco De Mayo campaign celebrates a return to bar life with digital currency, NFTs and an ATM?Automated Tequila Machine.

 

The company that makes Guinness will serve up partial refunds to people who bought its Extra Stout beer in Massachusetts, according to a proposed class action settlement filed in federal court Tuesday

 

Bermuda-based rum producer Bacardi has added three new flavours to its range of ready-to-drink cocktails

 

/PRNewswire/ -- Mount Gay, the world's oldest running rum distillery dating back to 1703, announces a new partnership with 4ocean, one of the world's leading...

 

HEINEKEN USA will be sponsoring its first-ever National Football League (NFL) team as the exclusive import beer and hard seltzer partner of the Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium.

 

Diemersfontein in Wellington is home to the original Coffee Pinotage and the annual Pinotage on Tap festivals. It?s great to be doing a new column for

 

Nestle has acknowledged that over 60% of its products are not healthy and filled with sodium and sugar. Now, the company is vowing to change.