With their latest round of ‘Western with a South African twist’ adverts, Chicken Licken have laid down the challenge. So, who rules the roost?
Everyone’s always raving about Nando’s and their politically savvy marketing, but let’s not forget about Chicken Licken and the stories they tell.
There are a few things around these parts that could do with a little tidying up, but Nando’s reckons that with a little hard work we can turn things around.
Nando’s has long been a fan of South African street art, so much so that they got King ADZ to create a doccie on the subject. You won’t be disappointed.
In an effort to list the most delicious foods the world has to offer, CNN “scoured the planet”. Turns out our culinary creations fare rather well.
It has been three months since three fast food franchise employees were shot dead, yet no one is stepping up to claim responsibility.
In an effort to keep their product proudly South African all the way, these peeps insist they only use local goodies. Sounds tasty.
It’s always rough when you get booted from the top of the pile, although Nando’s probably wouldn’t have seen these guys as much of a threat.
You would never think that the UK’s first time daters are lapping up one of SA’s finest exports.
Yoh, but people can get their knickers in a knot quickly these days – and all over a seemingly innocent comment from a multi-national company.
Kanye West, self declared god of all things music and the world, humbly met with fans pre Brit Awards last night. Let’s just say any level of calm was lost.
That day Mugabe fell. Haha. That is all. The memes have been phenomenal. Whilst Bob’s officials scrambled to delete all images, some clever kids got their creativity flowing.
Nando’s in South Africa is known for its quick witted advertising… so they had better get on board with the whole black card phenomenon and curb the inquisitive minds…
Nando’s is known for their incredibly funny, quick-witted advertising, so it’s quite surprising that they would go ahead and do this. Someone has a lot to answer for…
It is so much fun to be able to laugh at our own country. We need to do it, or we will all go mad. Grab a plate of chicken and enjoy Nando’s latest quip.
Nandos have nailed it, once again by channeling the age old philosophy that you ought to at least buy someone dinner before you screw them. This ad was in most of Johannesburg’s daily papers this morning. [Pic : Twitter]
Xolisile Guquza, a man accused of fraud, appeared in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court on last Wednesday. Xolisile donned a smart outfit for his big day, sporting a blue suit and a pink shirt. However, his sartorial elegance was somewhat overshadowed by what appeared to be a large Nandos paper bag that he put on his head.
What does Beyonce do after headlining V Festival? Go to Nando’s obviously. Go to Nando’s and order 48 chickens – of course. It wasn’t all for her if you were wondering, no, this was not an epic case of the munchies, although that would have been terrific.
Here’s something to get your long weekend started: Nando’s take on the Old Spice “I’m on a horse” ad. It just started airing, and we rather like it.
Apparently Britain’s elite, celebrities and Olympic Gold medalists choose Nando’s. The first woman to win a gold medal for boxing, Nicola Adams celebrated at the popular food restaurant. And footballers earning £25 000 (R330 000) a week, choose Nando’s as their after training meal of choice, not to mention Rihanna, Britney Spears and Lewis Hamilton. In […]
Last month we shared with you the first video in the Nando’s “25 Reasons Why South Africa Is Awesome” campaign. It was dedicated to South Africa’s car guards. Their new advert, however, is even more endearing: it celebrates all those people temporarily turning into Zula warriors when they hear Mandoza’s “Nkalakatha”.
To celebrate their 25th birthday, Nando’s is asking South Africans to give them 25 reasons why South Africa is awesome. To kick things off they have made this hilarious advert, dedicated to the country’s car guards.
There is a good chance that you may not be aware that “Coca Tea” has been for sale in Limpopo, and Jozi. Nando’s knows, but it doesn’t approve.
DStv has recently graciously lifted its self-imposed suspension of Nando’s “Diversity” anti-xenophobia ad. But it seems this incredibly generous move by DStv has gone unappreciated by Nando’s. The restaurant-chain says it won’t be spending any money to have that advert flighted on DStv.
After Nando’s brought to everyone’s attention that the Khoisan are the only true inhabitants of South Africa, this seems appropriate. The suggestion of a new name for Cape Town comes after the memorial service of Khoisan traditional leader, Dawid Kruiper, who passed away earlier this month.