Stellenbosch hits high notes with top divas
by Editor on 24 October 2012
A pitch perfect act featuring world-class musicians is set for the third annual Stellenbosch at Summer Place extravaganza. Hosted by Sanlam Private Investments (SPI), guests will experience an unsurpassed symphony of wine, food, art and music entertainment from the country’s premium wine region at Hyde Park on Wednesday, 7 November.
First taste of Christmas in Gauteng
by Editor on 24 October 2012
Amarula will be showcasing its stunning range of gifting at the very first Taste of Christmas festive gifting, food and drink event which takes place from December 7 to 9 at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg
Stellenbosch wine festival
by Editor on 24 October 2012
The Stellenbosch Wine Festival, the flagship event of South Africa’s iconic wine region, stomps its way into a new era this January with an expanded ten-day program designed to showcase in a bigger, better and bolder fashion the delightfully diverse town of Stellenbosch from 25 January until 3 February 2013.
Dubai Lynx confirms Sylvia Vitale Rotta and Iain Jacob as jury presidents
by Editor on 18 October 2012
Cinemark, the official local representatives of Cannes Lions and its affiliates, are proud to present the latest news from the Digital Lynx International Festival of Creativity.
Loeries creative future scholarship
by Editor on 16 October 2012
The Loerie Awards is investing in South Africa’s youth to develop the country’s future creative professionals through the Creative Future Scholarship. The scholarship was introduced in 2008 to encourage and enable creativity at grassroots level, by assisting learners from a disadvantaged background to study brand communication at a tertiary institution.
Xylem Donates Water-technology
by Editor on 08 October 2012
Picture caption: Darryl MacDougall from Xylem (left) presents a cheque to Mr Lucky Maleka (middle) from the Setumong village in Limpopo. The cheque symbolises the value of a selection of pumps donated the Mvula Trust to be distributed within the Setumong community. Pictured with them is Mr Goodenough Molefe (right) from the Mvula Trust.