Pick n Pay Is Trialing ‘package-free Zones’ As It Cuts Down On Plastic

Pick n Pay will significantly reduce the impact of single-use plastic and packaging as it aims to be 100% recyclable by 2025.

 

South Africa?s Strict New Driving Laws Coming In June

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says that the new Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act will go live in June 2020, along with a new zero-tolerance approach to drunk drivin

 

Luxury Estate Homes In High Demand In South Africa

The beautiful Cape Winelands has just been listed by iconic travel guide Lonely Planet as one of the Top 10 Best Value destinations for tourists in 2020.

 

New Starbucks South Africa Owner Outlines Plans For The Coffee Chain

The Rand Group plans to open a number of new Starbucks stores across South Africa in the coming years, says founder and head Adrian Maizey.

 

These Top 12 Restaurants In South Africa Are Among The Best In The World

As many as 12 South African restaurants have been listed among the top 1,000 in the world ? with two ranking in the top 200.

 

South Africa`s Most Fattening Beers, Wine, Cocktails and Shooters

Irrespective on where you stand on the fat vs carbs debate on weight loss and health, most people agree that alcohol is a big no-no if you’re serious about losing weight.

 

Taste Sells Starbucks South Africa ? For R7 Million

Listed management group Taste Holdings says it has entered into an agreement to sell the Starbucks master franchise for South Africa for R7 million.

 

The 10 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In South Africa According To Reviews

TripAdvisor has published its Travelers? Choice Awards for 2019, highlighting the best fine dining restaurants in South Africa.

 

The Big Plan To Turn Starbucks Around In South Africa

Starbucks had a strong launch in South Africa in 2016, but has since become an unprofitable venture for local brand owner Taste Holdings ? forcing the group back to the drawing board on its plan to ta

 

Ruling Allows South African Estates To Set Their Own Traffic Laws ? And You Can Pay Up To R10,000 For Speeding

In April, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) found that private estates in South Africa are entitled to establish and enforce their own traffic rules.

 
 
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