Tiger Brands is recalling certain Koo and Hugo's canned vegetable products produced from 1 May 2019 to 5 May 2021 due to "an extremely small number" of defective cans supplied by a packaging supplier, the FMCG company said on Monday.
Over the years, Cheryl Dube has worked as a strategist on a variety of brands. The most challenging and rewarding experiences she's had during this time, she says, have been in the work she's completed on global brands. Here are some of the critical lessons she's learnt along the way.Issued byWavemaker
New online liquor store Liquor.co.za has launched in South Africa. The digital platform caters to the need for an e-commerce portal that can service both direct-to-customer (D2C) and high-volume business-to-business (B2B) requirements, and is the result of a collaboration of expertise from key players in the liquor and entertainment industries.
Business leaders dominate New African magazine's list of 100 Most Influential Africans, with Nigerians leading the pack with 27 entries, followed by South Africa and Ghana with nine entries each. There are 42 women on this year's list.
The December issue of New African magazine, the pan-African news magazine published by media and communications group IC Publications, once again features as its cover story the list of Most Influential Africans. Business leaders dominate this year’s listing with 28 inclusions. The list is broken down into eight categories including Arts and Culture, which has 18 entries, and Politics and Public Office which has 15 entries.
English speaking countries dominate this year’s listing, representing 65% of all entries. Making the list is the recent Nobel Peace Prize winner, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, AbiyAhmed, as well as AlaaSalah, the 22 year-old Sudanese protester now referred to as Lady Liberty, a student of architectural engineering who became the face of the people’s revolution in Sudan that brought down Omar Al-Bashir.
Two sporting heroes also make this year’s feature, SiyaKolisi, the first black captain of South Africa’s national rugby team, who were crowned world champions in November; and, unsurprisingly, Kenyan world record breaker EliudKipchoge, the marathon runner.
The December edition has four covers: AminaJMohammed, deputy secretary general of the United Nations; TewoldeGebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines; ThandoHopa, model and activist; and SiyaKolisi.
In the opening editorial note, the magazine calls this another vintage year and reminds us that events in Sudan and Algeria have shown that citizens have once again asserted their rights and put leaders elsewhere on notice that the people remain masters of their fate. The list, it argues, shows that “Africa is full of talent. What is more, this talent can and does travel – whether it takes the form of acting in blockbusters or fronting TV shows or winning literary awards – African talent is rocking the world.”
The December issue of New African is available on newsstands in 75 countries and via the app store and the magazine’s digital channels.
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