There’s always one that has to come out on top, and while South Africans are pretty satisfied with their supermarket choice, there can only be one winner.
South Africa has voted, and these are the brands that come out on top. I guess it’s a case of old habits dying hard for many of us.
Eish, crime in South Africa is nothing new – but the brazen attempts thieves are making at stealing people’s stuff is really sickening.
SA’s retail chains have a habit of changing their prices to play at consumers’ heart strings, but there’s one that stands out as the most expensive.
I’m a sucker for a good pie, but I may be giving Woolies a wide berth after the ongoing fiasco that is the mouse pie.
There are more than a few people out there whose entire diet consists of Woolies products, and I doubt this shocker will put them at ease.
As one man searches for the woman he fell in love with at first glance, some people on the Internet are not amped about the way he went about it.
2oceansvibe’s proud directory listing partner, Connecto want to do some market research. But they understand that your brain and time isn’t free, so they’re willing to pay you in today’s gold standard – Woolies vouchers!
It’s been a pretty average Thursday thus far for the owner of this car, whose hunger clearly got the better of them.
It’s that time of year again and everyone is cracking Christmas crackers at a rate of knots. Scrambling around on the floor to see what little goodies popped out. This forms the crux of my ‘open letter.’
A chicken sandwich consumer was left with a bad taste in his mouth after he bit into an unexpected ingredient.
One Woolworths outlet didn’t exactly cover themselves in glory with the way they had their mannequins laid out. Seriously guys, you’re better than that.
Sometimes top dogs at big companies make their exit amongst great fanfare to hang up their boots. Other times no one knows just what went down.
Pharrell Williams performed in Cape Town last night and the expected 40 000-strong protest wasn’t that at all, so instead we got some sarcastic comments.
Until Woolworths and Pharrell can prove they aren’t apartheid advocates, the duo are going to have to deal with everything the pro-Palestinian groups of South Africa have to throw at them.
Pharrell Williams may have discovered the secret to never ageing but he may need a pretty thick skin when he heads to our shores next month.
If you’re a fan of Woolies and their offerings you will most likely sympathise with this poor soul, hounded out and banned from the store for causing upset.
It looks like Woolworths aren’t mucking about with their new top-secret project. They’ve only gone and nabbed one of the world’s most sought-after performers.
I love it when we open our borders to known terrorists and no one has the decency to tell us about it. Helps one sleep at night, doesn’t it?
A Woolworths customer has vowed never to shop at Woolworths again, after finding a dead frog in and amongst his Italian salad leaves. Hmm, I don’t know – I reckon it enhances the ‘farm fresh’ angle consumers are looking for these days?
Steve Hofmeyr should do what ostriches do and bury his head in the sand for a few months, until all this drama dies down a bit.
Woolworths is once again feeling the effects of selling products from Israel in its stores, and this time there was an actual pig involved.
The ANCYL is getting all agitated that Woolworths stocks a few products from Israel. But how will we live without mangos and litchis all year round if we don’t get them from Israel?
Woolworths got a fright last night when a pipe bomb went off outside one of its shops. Are people that desperate to get good quality avo’s late at night?
Former president Thabo Mbeki has said that South Africans need to boycott Israeli-sourced products to help with the Palestinian people’s dire situation.
A campaign to boycott South African retailers that supply products sourced in Israel has hit a new point, with BDS South Africa calling for customers to avoid the specific stores.
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.
The battle against Genetically Modified (GM) foods is only escalating, as a new report has released some absolutely horrifying revelations about our daily staples: