Nine West will walk out of SA and Mango will follow suit as the House of Busby alters its portfolio to match domestic needs, the group said.
Durban businessman Ray de Vries believes that a solution to the Cape Town water crisis may be in the air around us.
The Oreo Dunk Challenge has launched in South Africa, offering one South African the chance to win a VIP Dunking Experience for two worth R150,000, including a chance to meet and dunk with either Christina Aguilera in Los Angeles or Neymar da Silva Santos Junior in Barcelona.
‘Omnichannel' is not merely a business buzzword, it's the new retail reality. At the Seamless Africa conference that took place in Cape Town recently, Amanda Herson, e-commerce director for the Cape Union Mart Group, shared her thoughts on “tackling the omnichannel beast.”
Lauren Hartzenberg 20 Mar 2017
Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay and his daughter Matilda have developed a new range of kids' convenience meals, ‘Oh My Goodness!', exclusively for Checkers.
Italist, one of the world's largest online shopping portals, dedicated to selling luxury goods from Italy's multi-brand independent fashion retailers, has launched in South Africa.
The continent's mobile banking revolution is only just beginning, and although payment systems are becoming more seamless, cash is still king in Africa.
Nicci Botha 20 Mar 2017
New UK research indicates that consumers value human interaction in the customer services process, with 87% reporting they tend to stay more loyal and increase their business with companies that offer a real person to talk to at the right stage of their customer journey.
A faceless group is lining its pockets with the profits made from tons of EU chicken that is dumped in South Africa, while thousands of chicken industry workers are stretching their families' meals with pap, after being retrenched.
The millennial generation, technically speaking, is made up of those born after 1982. They're tech-savvy, socially engaged, have zero tolerance for delays and are always on the go with their devices in tow. As current and future customers, this market is vital to a business's longevity and companies are scrambling to find out what makes them tick. One business with its finger seemingly on the pulse of this consumer group is footwear and apparel brand Nike.
Lauren Hartzenberg 17 Mar 2017
DHL Express recently launched its ‘Growing Beyond Borders' entrepreneurial training programme in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) – a program specifically designed to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) understand the economic potential of international trade and the subsequent benefits to their businesses.