The best of technology is now available in almost every aspect of human society. The relationship between humans and food is eternal. This unique relationship has intensified with the introduction of apps to this industry. Nevertheless Hooy is unique in every respect. The mobile app is not just perfect from a client’s point of view but is an amazing marketing tool for food entrepreneurs. The app is not just an ordering/delivery/payment app but it provides a complete and handy solution to keeping all thoseloyalty cards and coupons (that we all love and carry!!) in a different and efficient way. Collect Stamps from all your Favourite Places with our eLoyalty Cards Order Tracking Hooy has been been launched in South Africa. After placing and paying for your order (Credit Card / EFT from within the app) you can track your order via the app's real-time map. You are alerted when the driver arrives at your location with your order. WoW!!! Hooy is also a very effective marketing tool as it can be used to attract even more customers to your establishment by providing deals, stamps, coupons, happy hours and everything else all in one convenient mobile app. Customers no longer need to CLUTTER their mobile phones with thousands of apps from thousands of different restaurants launching their own, often outdated, mobile apps. Hooy has all your favourites restaurants with never-seen-before, never-experienced-before, mind-blowing features. And my team and I are constantly updating the Hooy App with more powerful features. The features of Hooy include but are certainly not limited to collecting stamps (digital loyalty program), eMenus, special offers, special discounts, complete database of customers, premises directory. The eStamps is a necessary and convenient feature of the app for both your business and your customers. Customers receive stamps and receive a reward/prize once they've collected the required number of stamps shown on the eLoyalty Card. In App . . .
Treoc International Limited has announced that Coert Coetzee, past CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors has resigned and stepped down from all management and directorships positions. In a statement, Coetzee reflects on his well-documented controversial past with the company he founded. “Taking on the South African financial and institutional industry was always going to be controversial”, he said “I believe that our database of over 300,000 members proves that we are doing the right thing,” he stressed. On reflection, Coetzee states that there is “a need for Treoc to change the way it undertakes business.” “Treoc must adapt to the new corporate governance structures of South Africa,” he stated. “This is a critical time for Treoc,” says Coetzee, adding: ”To achieve its growth potential, Treoc needs ambitious and highly diligent CEO and CFO, with a strong support of a new Board; one which meets all King III corporate governance criteria.” “We need this highly energy charged company to be led by a younger CEO to drive delete the Treoc’s strategic reassessment.” Coetzee drew on an analogy of how eagles fly away once they've instinctively determined that their continued presence becomes detrimental. He went on to say that, just as eagles instinctively know when to fly away, it was important that his continued presence not overshadow new directors’ ability to pursue strategic plans. Coetzee observes that “it is time to leave the management of the group to concentrate on new ventures.” However, Treoc members, who have rated Coetzee as the foremost Wealth Coach in South Africa, will be pleased to hear that Coetzee will continue to run Treoc’s seminars and conferences, which will be carried out under the auspices of one of Treoc’s divisions. A principle that Coetzee always teaches members is to be resolute in making tough investments decisions and make them with integrity intact. New CEO Ryno Venter says: “We know that this was a tough . . .
Sudan president, Omar al-Bashir, is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. Several of his employees face similar charges. Friday, March 4th was the 7th anniversary of the ICC issuing the first of two arrest warrants for President Omar al-Bashir. To commemorate this historic event, a rally by hundreds of Sudanese was held in New York City, near the United Nations. This anniversary arrives while the Sudan government-led violence against ethnic - black African civilians has been increasing and worsening. The delivery of essential humanitarian aid to them is prevented on an ongoing basis as part of the strategy of genocide: Camps for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and refugees are attacked and/or dismantled, leaving residents defenseless and homeless Massive attacks have increased in the Jebel Marra area of Darfur since January 15, 2016 Villages are burned in El Geneina, the capital of Western Darfur State Crimes against humanity are rampant in the Blue Nile, the Nuba Mountains, and in South Kordofan Dams are built in Sudan in specific locations designed to eliminate Nubian cultural sites and drive people from their land. The organizations that sponsored the rally and the letter to United Nations Security Council are as follows: Access Coalition: Deborah Martin, Director, Tennessee Act for Sudan: Eric Cohen, co-founder American Anti-Slavery Group: Dr. Charles Jacobs, co-founder, Boston, MA Damanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy: Daowd Salih, Co-founder and Board President, New Jersey. Darfur Action Group of South Carolina: Dr. Richard Sribnick, Chairman, Columbia, SC Darfur and Beyond: Cory Williams, Phoenix, AZ Darfur Interfaith Network DC Area: Martha Boshnick, Washington, DC Darfur Tear Fund: Juma Sefedin Shaibu, CEO/President, Nashville, TN Darfur Women Action Group: Washington, DC Human Rights and Advocacy Network for Democracy (HAND): Investors . . .
In a continuation of MyPR's expressed policy of minimising the clutter (read adverts) on the www.MyPR.co.za web site the owners have restated their objective to keep the provision of media releases and PR communications free. Since the establishment of MyPR in June 2012 the submission of news has been free AND publishers have been encouraged to use the content (AND images) on their web pages for free - the only ask is that links to the original document are preserved or attribution given. In contrast to many other news wire services the MyPR model is one that encourages sharing and remains open to all. MyPR FAQ's . . .
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South Africa is a country extremely sensitive to race. Race is what divides us according to who we associate with, where we live, who we vote for and our immediate first impressions of people that we deal with. All South Africans carry the baggage of a devastating shared past that continues to be a huge stumbling block to the success of an incredible nation. For decades we were conditioned to think in terms of our skin colour. Apartheid preached that persons of colour were inferior. Such was the iron grip of the Nationalist Party on the media that privileged white South Africans were not reminded on a daily basis of the crime happening in their own neighbourhoods - job reservation, inferior education, economic hardship and daily persecution of our fellow citizens continued in a mad rush to certain ruin. It was state television, during the 16 June 1976 Soweto riots, that allowed ordinary South Africans a glimpse of the groundswell of resistance against an ever oppressive government and which could have been the opening of the door that led to the release of political prisoners, the unbanning of the ANC and Communist Party, the release of Nelson Mandela and, finally, true democracy in 1994. We, as citizens have been a little bit tardy since then and have allowed our politicians, media and business to slip back into undemocratic and divisive ways. We are now constantly bombarded with divisive language as politicians try to score points by calling everyone out for being racist. The number of taboo words increases and the media have rushed to the party by further increasing the publicity that these politicians crave as we rush towards another crucial set of municipal elections in 2016. We need a movement, a groundswell of ordinary citizens that will say; "Enough - I love my neighbour, I love my country and I refuse to allow anyone to continue promoting this artificial division." The first part of the pledge to go Race Free is; "You pledge to not . . .
Up until recently MyPR.co.za has only made a summary of each article available via our numerous RSS feeds. We now make the Full Press Release text available via our RSS feeds. AND, for the busy publisher using Wordpress, we have a way for you to now automatically aggregate niche content from MyPR and encourage you to follow the model that MyCapeTown has pioneered. MyCapeTown is based on the Wordpress Content Management Platform and utilises an autoblogging platform called WP Robot and the 'Cape Town' tagged RSS feed to automatically publish press releases from MyPR to MyCapeTown The steps are simple: You must be running your site on Wordpress Purchase and install WP Robot HERE * If you are bewildered, help is at hand - for $5.00 I will install WP Robot and set up three campaigns for you. * Current prices range from $89 (Basic) to $129 (Full) to $329.00 (Developer). As a dyed in the wool tight-ass I hummed and hawed about spending money on WP Robot but, after due consideration, went big and bought the developer's version. (Scroll down for links to more auto blogging plugins). My reasons for buying the developer version were: Once off price and lifetime updates. The ability to give proper accreditation and not just 'steal' other peoples work. The fact that it is keyword or RSS based and can be tweaked to whatever niche that I am targeting. The once off price I paid was equivalent to one month of the monthly salary I would have paid a data capturer. Back to a practical example: Once you have installed WP Robot you have the choice of fetching articles from MyPR (and many other sources), republishing on your site as a draft or immediately all under remote control and as regular as you deem fit, whilst you sleep, eat and play. Your WP Robot won't take holidays or day's off sick, ask for an increase or use your resources without your permission. Now that is a sweet deal for a tight-ass such as myself. See MyCapeTown.co.za . . .
Duesouth Escapes embodies the spirit of adventure that many dream of, but few have the courage to pursue. Duesouth Escapes caters for modern, hi-tech travellers and stylish handbag lovers who demand a retail experience suited to their adventurous spirit. Some of the brands we stock in luggage and handbags include SKRoss, Thule, The North Face, PACSAFE, Osprey, Jekyll and Hide, Nine West, Fiorelli and more. Our first store opened in Hemingways Mall in October 2015 and our second will open in Baywest Centre, Port Elizabeth, on 10 December 2015! Don’t miss out on the special opening offer of 20% off luggage and handbags from 10-20 Dec. We also offer the option of shopping on our online store, www.duesouthescapes.co.za, from the comfort of your home. We at Duesouth Escapes understand that the quest for adventure is a thirst waiting to be quenched. We aim to do just that with our range of brands. Unique international brands are complemented by our own brand offerings. This sets us apart from our competitors. We believe an adventurous spirit can never be tamed. Climb, run, fly and explore everything on earth. Duesouth Escapes will prepare you for any adventure with high quality luggage and accessories suited to your specific journey. TFG offers a comprehensive portfolio of 18 retail brands that include clothing, footwear, jewelry, sportswear, mobile phones, technology products and home stores. We strive to be leaders in the fashion and lifestyle sectors of the retail industry in Africa. Our diverse brands allow us to push the boundaries of the retail industry in new and innovative ways – helping us to achieve our goal. We have over 2000 stores across Africa, all of which boast our excellent in-store experience. Now we also have an online presence allowing the convenience of delivery to your door anywhere in South Africa. Duesouth Escapes embodies the spirit of adventure many dream of, but few have the courage to pursue. Duesouth Escapes caters for modern, . . .
South Africa, GP. November 2015 – South African cosmetics manufacturer Euphrates Cosmetics is proud to unveil Euphrates Besties, a user-generated content-driven campaign created to celebrate the brand’s natural skin care collection, featuring two South African inspirational popular faces. As a local Cosmetics Manufacturer, that also exports our products around the continent, it is important that when the brand decided to have brand ambassadors to represent some of our products, that we chose individuals who have used the products and who are from South Africa. Aurelia Nxumalo and Jo-anne Reyneke were the most fitting candidates. There is something about these ladies that makes people want to engage with them. That was the secret ingredient we needed for this partnership to be a success. The Euphrates South Africa family looks forward to a beautiful relationship with them. We strongly believe in giving women a pen to write their success story and use the social media space to positively engage with our target market. We are convinced that with our new Euphrates besties / brand ambassadors (Aurelia Nxumalo and Jo-anne Reyneke) we will be able to beautifully impact more South African women. Find more information on www.euphrates.co.za Social Media: @euphrates_sa | @aurelianxumalo | @joannereyneke Author: Stacey Roberts from BB Creations. More Info link: http://www.euphrates.co.za/#!euphrates-cosmetics-blog/c1it9 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Euphrates_SA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euphratesSA/?ref=bookmarks Images: For high res version/s of Three image/s please contact BB Creations. Model (L) Aurelia Nxumalo and Actress (R) Jo-Anne Reyneke Photo: Max studios Jo-Anne Reyneke Photo: Kerry- Max Studios Aurelia Nxumalo Photo: Kerry Max Studios YouTube: CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 11/07/2015 to today for Euphrates Cosmetics Reveals Euphrates Besties Summer Campaign - . . .
Solar and renewable energy companies have now had a chance to evaluate the immense number of quotations and requests for proposals received from business and individuals during the last round of load-shedding by Eskom. At the time Eskom was the best salesman ever for the renewable energy industry. Frankly - load-shedding was not that good for business or for the sustainability of the renewable energy industry. Reason - the knee jerk panic reaction by consumers new to the solar industry saw them making rash decisions to install Solar Grid Tie Hybrid systems at exorbitant cost. In a normal environment consumers make decisions based on long term sustainability and return on investment over many years. Hybrid systems include batteries which are a finite resource, add greatly to the cost and negatively affect the amount of PV Power available to pump back into the grid to reduce the amount of power consumed from Eskom. In some cases the price differential between a Hybrid and a Grid Tie ONLY system was in the region of 60%. Add the fact that municipalities have implemented OR are considering implementing an availability charge to consumers that use the grid as a 'battery' at night and the expensive hybrid option just got more expensive. During the load-shedding madness we lost sight of the main focus of Grid Tie PV which was to generate as close as possible to (and exceed) the amount of electricity consumed at each installation. According to Straton Solar; "Consumers fortunate enough to live within the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality enjoy Grid Tie on a one-for-one basis and if they over generate have the option to sell that excess power on as well. This makes for a 'perfect storm' for the solar industry in Port Elizabeth and surrounds." A well designed Grid Tie ONLY system with extended guarantees, online monitoring and all the necessary certificates currently costs around R22 000.00 per Kw. A 5Kw system will zero an electricity bill of around . . .