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  • A Unique Model for Simplified Access to Essential Goods And Business GrowthA Unique Model for Simplified Access to Essential Goods And Business Growth
    This new and innovative business model is bound to revolutionize the online retail industry, designed to redefine how consumers access essential goods. This unique approach sidesteps the traditional economic pressures of inflation and market instability, offering a stable, reliable method for obtaining everyday necessities without financial strain. It’s a model… Read more »
  • Will YouTube Remain Online Video King Amidst The TikTok Turmoil?Will YouTube Remain Online Video King Amidst The TikTok Turmoil?
    The digital video universe writhes with the ebb and flow of popular social media platforms, YouTube remains in its position as the worlds leading video-sharing titan. However with the recent introduction of upstarts like TikTok the market has stirred with fresh competition not only in the adverts space but pushing… Read more »
  • 4 Ways to Ensure Your Animal Products Are “Free-Range”4 Ways to Ensure Your Animal Products Are “Free-Range”
    More than 95% of South Africans surveyed were worried about the treatment of farm animals, and 91%  wanted animal welfare laws changed. Nevertheless, buyers won’t necessarily make the best decisions for animals’ well-being just because they care. The demand for cruelty-free items derived from animals has not kept pace with… Read more »
  • There’s An Urgent Call To Ban Sugary Drinks in SA SchoolsThere’s An Urgent Call To Ban Sugary Drinks in SA Schools
    Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa voluntarily phased off the distribution of sugary drinks to elementary school vending machines in 2017. Furthermore, the corporation committed to eradicating school branding and promotion. Coca-Cola Beverages stated their intention to take “an active role in addressing rising obesity rates in South Africa, especially among children,”… Read more »
  • 3 Expert Tips to Get Through the Cost-of-Living Crisis3 Expert Tips to Get Through the Cost-of-Living Crisis
    Everyone is worried about the rising costs of food, gas, and utilities, but sub-Saharan Africa is bearing the brunt of the price hike. Prices have skyrocketed as a result of a domino effect, including the COVID-19 pandemic’s disruption of the supply chain, and climatic disasters that have led to food… Read more »
  • The Graham Crackers’ Unusual Dietary PrinciplesThe Graham Crackers’ Unusual Dietary Principles
    Due in large part to the influence of Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister from New Jersey, the 1820s to 1830s stand out as a time when a distinctive health craze was prevalent. Graham, the name behind the humble graham cracker, introduced a dietary regimen aimed at improving physical wellness, sexual… Read more »
  • Less Is More When It Comes To Rethinking Weight Loss GoalsLess Is More When It Comes To Rethinking Weight Loss Goals
    You may be asking what weight loss goal you should be aiming for if you’re like one-third of South Africans who made reducing weight a New Year’s resolution. Searching online for “setting a weight loss goal” will probably return more questions than solutions, though. Setting this target will seem easy… Read more »
  • What Does Media Mean?What Does Media Mean?
    Media serves as a multitude of conduits for conveying information, encompassing an array of platforms that include but are not limited to television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and the expansive realm of the internet. It is the aggregate of tools utilised for broadcasting and disseminating information, whether in the form of… Read more »
  • Why The Body Shop’s Ethical Branding Didn’t Guarantee SuccessWhy The Body Shop’s Ethical Branding Didn’t Guarantee Success
    In a marketplace, where the term “ethical” is as ubiquitous as the air we breathe, the tale of The Body Shop serves as a poignant reminder. The once-thriving British emblem, renowned for its unique store vibe and signature scents, has hit a snag as it navigates the troubled waters of… Read more »