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Month: May 2016

Checkers to open at R1.6 billion Ballito Junction

 Aerial of Ballito Junction Regional Mall Left to right: Carl Jankowitz, Director Menlyn Maine Investment Holdings and Patrick Flanagan, Joint-Chairman of Flanagan & Gerard. It just gets bigger and bigger and Ballito residents must be delighted by it. It is Ballito Junction and this week the owners said Checkers was the latest leading retailer to confirm it will open in the mall.This latest tenant sign up will see the redeveloped mall growing to eight times its current size. Ballito Junction’s sixth anchor tenant, Checkers, joins new additions Woolworths, Edgars and Game and its existing anchors Pick n Pay and Dis-Chem. The...

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One-in-five people could be signing away their privacy when they install a new app on their smart phones, according to Kaspersky Lab, a global cyber security company that provides deep threat intelligence and security expertise to large corporates, businesses and governments and individuals.  Through running a quiz, Kaspersky Lab discovered that consumers are installing apps on their devices without being aware of the potential consequences. Very basic (and slightly dated) stats reveal just how vulnerable South African consumers are. A KPMG study a year ago showed that, with a market penetration of 47%, South Africans are some of the...

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Craft beer brand, Poison City, keepers of all that is naughty but nice in this quirky city on the African East Coast, have a new brew – the Punk Rocker. Maverick entrepreneurs, Graeme Bird and Andre Shubert, introduced the new kid on the Poison City block to the media at a recent lunch at Market restaurant. It had just been bottled and, by their own admission, they were more than happy with the result.  Andre traces this ale-cum-bitter back to a 1987 visit to England where he encountered two important things – the punk rock movement and his first...

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