Business Insider highlights 12 startups that are making waves across Africa, and a South African app company has found itself on the list of worthy businesses.
Carlton Draught is known for the hilarious ads, but one of the best has to be the beer chase that pits a bunch of Aussi boozers up against the cops.
The origins of some of the logos of the world’s biggest brands are interesting to see in relation to what they look like now. 24/7 Wall Street has put together an interesting list of the world’s oldest.
To all of you mooching off free wi-fi: you are fooling yourselves if you think this is the best way to do business! Stop leeching off the Woodstock Exchange’s coffee shops and run your business properly…
All hell has broken loose following the reported sale of a young Venda woman to the SABC’s second in command. Lies, betrothals and media falsifications… it has all the makings of a soap-opera.
Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century is that rare phenomenon, an economics book that is flying off the shelves and picking up steam with a new generation.
The advert for property company Vineyards Estates pokes a little bit of fun at Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Front party, and they’ve seen the ad, and have responded.
The R300 million Camps Bay mansion, ‘Enigma,’ needs no introduction. What does require an introduction, however, is this video they’ve made, capturing every aerial angle imaginable!
Remember the guy that made the hilarious video when he was stuck all alone at Las Vegas airport, just earlier this week? Celine Dion has been a super cool cat and responded to him, with this video.
Spar’s Tops liquour store is in trouble. They tied up a sheep and displayed it in their shop as a prize… Because when you see ‘Sheep’ you automatically think ‘buy more booze’ right?
The e-commerce company has introduced a music element to its portfolio, adding to the video and literary media offerings of Amazon.
This is a very graphic video, but it should be shown. Meriam Ibrahim’s case is a well publicised one and has gained international attention. She has been sentenced to 100 lashings and then to be hung, if her appeal is not successful…
After dancing a little too close to Mick Jagger at an after party, Bar Rafaeli’s boyfriend, Adi Ezra, got a little too jealous of the ladies man. Needless to say – they didn’t work it out.
The construction and renovation of 12 soccer stadiums for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, while plagued by cost overruns and legacy concerns, are beautiful to look at.
This is what the ANC and the SABC do not want you to see….
The hassle and inconvenience of finding parking and sitting in work traffic has all been solved by this Chinese farmer. Check out his motorized suitcase – why didn’t I think of that?
The valuation of Uber is poised to hit an eye-popping $17 billion in its latest round of funding, which makes the original investors some very, very happy people.
A new local online shopping site called Raru has been launched by Neil Smith, Waine Smith and Jose Pereira – the original founders behind Takealot, one of SA’s biggest online shopping sites.
Do you think you have what it takes to work at Google? Well, Google is looking for South African-based applicants to work in their Joburg office, so here’s your chance to stand out among the crowd.
They grow up so fast! Young Kendall Jenner is making waves in the fashion industry. In an attempt to step out of her baby shoes and prove she’s all grown up, she goes the nudie route.
How better to get into the massive sporting weekend upon us, than to tackle some betting head-on? Place your bets for the rugby internationals, schoolboy rivalry and tennis finals coming our way.
Woolworths recently announced that it was acquiring David Jones, ‘Australia’s oldest and most prominent department chain’ for R23.3 billion. But recent reports suggest that the gigantic deal might be under threat.