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Nowadays, informal vibrant markets have unlimited opportunities to share their products and services through township tourism in sharing real South African stories and experiences, making their brand more authentic through engagement. The selling of African cuisines from townships is some of the most lucrative businesses ideas that have since moved to more virtual ways of...
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Behind the steering wheel of the taxi, woman are challenging the status quo of the area’s which is male dominated industry. female taxi drivers on our roads could create a new dynamic. Generally women are gentler, softer, less self centered and more careful and empathetic and they take fewer risks than men. Certainly this is...
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The Zeitgeist in our sociological setting dictates that the lighter one is – from a pigmentation point of view – the lighter you are on the eye. Is this a complete fallacy or a truism crafted by society that would have to be adapted as a norm? Pearl Thusi, actress and radio personality, relays in...
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The question needs to be asked whether the average South African is a value driven centric customer or a mere luxury-oriented customer that comes from the back of a poverty-stricken history and is now enabled thus strives for the finer things in life. Bundled goods in our market will always lead sells when we speak...
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A South African IsiXhosa slang word which means that one is going through the most/going through a lot- Mgowo (other derivatives: gowa, gowishing, gowisha, umgowo) “I want to live my best life…” Millennials truly voucher for this statement and strife as much as the can to bring this to life. These individuals find themselves constantly...
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Township restaurants have revolutionised its traditional servings to incorporate nouvelle cuisine, gone are the days we had simple pap and meat enter an age where servings are given a special twist. As we speak modern technology through to modern marketing, so has the cuisine industry in the township adapted to this zeitgeist. Staple food such...
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