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#FoodNextAfrica: Braai goods online and on-demand
#FoodNextAfrica: Braai goods online and on-demand

Gauteng startup MyBraai has taken a popular South African past-time and turned it into a thriving online business...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 28 Sep 2018

Meet the Maker: Ryan Phillips of BrewCraft
Meet the Maker: Ryan Phillips of BrewCraft

In this week's Meet the Maker, Samantha Snedorf makes her own bathtub gin with BrewCraft's botanical kit and chats to owner, Ryan Phillips to find out a little more about what makes him tick...

By Samantha Snedorf 17 Aug 2018

Cybercellar launches subscription service curated by SA wine fundis
Cybercellar launches subscription service curated by SA wine fundis

Online wine retailer Cybercellar has launched a new wine subscription service called Liquid Social, allowing customers to purchase a package of wine which is delivered to them on a monthly or quarterly basis...

14 Aug 2018

#GreenMondaySA: Chicken-free nuggets
#GreenMondaySA: Chicken-free nuggets

Create an old-time favourite with this easy-to-make vegan chicken-free nugget recipe...

6 Aug 2018

Leles African Cuisine taps into virtual restaurant trend
Leles African Cuisine taps into virtual restaurant trend

The food industry is changing, with some restaurant owners forgoing physical retail spaces and instead opting to trade solely online...

17 Nov 2017

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Four Points' Best Brews trail makes stop in Nairobi for a taste of its craft beer culture

“Four Points has a love for locally crafted beers, which is why we partnered with The Big Five Breweries to sample a taste of what Nairobi has to offer."

26 Sep 2017

Food trends: The jus just ain't worth the squeeze
Food trends: The jus just ain't worth the squeeze

What's hot on the local food scene? What's being served up and what's joining the leftovers?

By Shelley Seid 14 Oct 2016

Signal your senses at the Cape Grace Hotel
Signal your senses at the Cape Grace Hotel

Situated at the iconic Cape Grace Hotel, Signal Restaurant offers an elegant and warm dining experience within the bustling V&A Waterfront surrounds. The ambience is tranquil and sophisticated, and the service is impeccable...

By Angie White 17 Aug 2015

Steers heads for UK

Steers' iconic flame-grilled burgers will make their way to the UK‚ when parent company Famous Brands (Fbr) opens its maiden outlet in Clapham‚ London in July.

By Zeenat Moorad 30 May 2013

Egyptians want to ban booze sales
Egyptians want to ban booze sales

CAIRO, EGYPT: Egypt's liquor stores are under growing pressure to stop selling alcohol, they say, but the pressure is not from the country's Islamist government, but from society itself.

20 May 2013

If you're content, we're content
If you're content, we're content

"Content" is currently on everybody's lips, with everyone from the existing media to brand owners and individuals being encouraged to become content providers. Bizcommunity has been ahead of the content curve for over a decade.

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 18 Mar 2013

Long Beach, Mauritius - something for everyone
Long Beach, Mauritius - something for everyone

Biz.Travel spoke to Nicolas de Chalain, the general manager of the new Long Beach Resort in Mauritius recently, about the Sun Resort group's new 'jewel in the crown'.

By Rod Baker 14 Mar 2011

Dining out despite economic pressures

LONDON, UK: Despite economic pressures still affecting the global economy consumers across the world are continuing to spend money on eating out and as a result the food service industry is set to grow by a whopping $114 billion in just three years finds Datamonitor.

By Published by Datamonitor 26 Aug 2010

Café culture outpacing boozy Britain
Café culture outpacing boozy Britain

LONDON, UK: A new café or table-service restaurant will open in the UK for every pub and bar that closes over the next three years, finds independent market analyst Datamonitor.

24 Aug 2010

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