Burger King just couldn't let Pepsi and United steal all the attention this week, could it?
The fast food chain published an advertisement this week, touting the “fresh ingredients” included in its Whopper burger.
The number of startups spun out of SA science councils and universities climbed from 29 to 45 between 2008 and 2014, following the implementation of a new IP law in 2009, a report released this week revealed.
It's Easter this weekend, and ShowMax's timing is seemingly impeccable.
The streaming service has this week announced that it has acquired exclusive rights to The Young Pope, the HBO and Sky hit show that made quite a splash late last year.
Want to watch dancing skeletons in Spain during Easter? Here's how some nations are observing the holiday in colourful, epic and sometimes head-scratchingly weird ways
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Oh South Africa. It's your President's birthday today and this is how you wish him?
#WhyIHateZuma has been on our watchlist for much of the day, leading the charge alongside #NationalDayOfAction and #BusStrike as the country's big three trends this Wednesday.
Naspers has invested R960-million in Takealot, the online retailer announced today.
It's not the first time Naspers has conducted a major deal with the online retailereither, having merged its Kalahari online store with Takealot back in 2015.
It's finally here. Today is the final day that Microsoft will support Windows Vista.
From 12 April, Windows Vista will effectively be disowned by Microsoft, thrown out of the house by its parents, and forced to get a job of its own.
By Handre Lourens, Business Rescue Manager at Hobbs Sinclair � Most financially distressed companies have the same things in common: poor working capital controls and the employment of a reactive working capital management strategy rather than a proactive approach.
Drawing the line between business and personal insurance for your home-based business� For many entrepreneurs, there is often a blurring of the lines between personal and business roles and this can even extend into insurance planning.
Full disclosure of known defects still essential to facilitate an informed buying decision You may believe that as a seller of a property, the�voetstoots�clause in an offer to purchase protects you against having to fully disclose all known defects to a buyer.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp's recent move into digital payments in India reinforces the view of many, that the biggest competition to existing legacy banks could well come from the so-called GAFA (Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple).