Knight Frank are gearing up for the future by looking into alternative transportation in the form of the latest ‘hyperloop’ technology.
Yesterday, MiWay Insurance at the centre of a serious social media PR nightmare. It might not recover from this one, if Twitter has anything to say about it.
You might have seen yesterday’s strongly worded opinion piece on the issue of rape at UCT. Turns out they weren’t impressed.
No, it wasn’t this picture of our lovely Candice, which is a good thing because then there would have been a lot more people not paying attention to the road.
Whenever rumours about the superstar surface – which they do frequently given her fame – Beyonce tends to have her own way of responding to the noteworthy ones. Not in words, per say, but through pics on Instagram. This is the latest one…
I am sure that for every sensible word written about wine, Public Relation teams issue out 100 silly ones. Luckily conscientious writers shield the broader public from much of this hyperbolic guff, however, some of it does slip through on back labels, and boy, is it a load of tripe.
While Mike Lazaridis, co-CEO of RIM, has already publicly apologized for last week’s three-day BlackBerry outage, the PR guys figured that that probably wasn’t enough. Which is why they’ve announced that they’re offering BlackBerry customers a bunch of free “premium apps,” in the hopes of winning back some love. Check the app list after the jump.