Kamiwaza

Entrepreneur David Donde, founder of Truth Coffee Roasting, thinks the Japanese concept of kamiwaza should also be applied when it comes to retail businesses.

 

‘if They Dump Foreign Milk Here, What Will We Do?’ Unions Fume Over Clover Takeover

Unions are fuming over the Competition Tribunal's decision to approve the buyout of South Africa's largest dairy company, Clover, by Milco SA – with Cosatu saying it would consider legal steps.

 

Competition Tribunal Approves Sab’s Smirnoff Deal

Diageo SA will transfer some 11 000 of its Smirnoff branded coolers to South African Breweries at fair market value, the Tribunal said in a statement on Thursday.

 

The Local Gin That Stirred International Interest

Inverroche gins are produced with fynbos from the Cape floral region and boast a distinctive taste. This unique characteristic, and its popularity, caught the attention of Pernod Ricard – the French

 

Save The World, One Bottle Of (south African) Wine At A Time

Whatever you’re concerned about - oceans, rhinos, cardiovascular research, hunger, oysters, injured dogs, salmon, veganism, art projects, politics, climate action - there’s a wine out there for yo

 

Q&a: ‘little Girl, What Are You Doing Here?’ J9 Ceo On Breaking Into The Wine Industry

Janine Petersen is a force to be reckoned with. Courageous, confident and persistent, the 32-year-old started J9 Wine with nothing but her savings and the money she made from selling her Citroen C3.

 

Heineken Expanding Sedibeng Brewery As Demand Grows

Heineken South Africa has embarked on a 60m euro expansion of its brewery in a bid to ramp up capacity to meet the growing domestic demand for premium beer.

 

Starbucks Reports Fastest Sales Growth In Three Years

Forget that hipster coffee shop: Americans are falling back in love with Starbucks.

 

Pioneer Foods Confident Competition Authorities Won’t Reject R24.4bn Pepsico Deal

Pioneer Foods CEO Tertius Carstens is confident that the company’s R24bn takeover by PepsiCo will get the nod from competition authorities.

 

Coca Cola Tops Profit Estimates With Higher Prices, Less Sugar

The company’s North America unit has benefited from higher prices on drinks, while less-sweet beverages have helped boost results.

 
 
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