Digital has given rise to new forms of communication, new possibilities and of course, a new kind of specialist. One such specialist is online marketing company iLead Online, which on 11 March 2016 officially became part of the et al Group, adopting the et al appellation to become iLEAD et al. To celebrate this momentous move, Dr Gustav Puth, the Managing Director of STRATEGY et al, as well as Google’s Country Director, Luke McKend, both shared their vision of the future. Dr Puth highlighted the importance of a good strategy and taking action, because well begun is half done. The strategy behind the joint venture is to take iLEAD et al to the next level, combining the experience of our Google-certified and award-winning team of search engine experts, YouTube maestros and engaging content generators, with all that the rest of the et al Group has to offer…which is quite a lot. Considering the good relationship that iLEAD et al has with Google, Luke McKend was more than happy to share what the future holds for online marketing. He emphasised the importance of using new possibilities to position your brand within your target audience, including the newly updated Search Voice app, which allows you to search for any product or service by using a simple voice command or question. Managing Director of iLEAD et al, Johann Nortje, says this relationship will quickly become a force to be reckoned with. “Together we have a bigger share of voice, vastly improved economies of scale and the ability to cater for every need an advertiser might have. In fact, the term 'through-the-line’ takes on a whole new meaning in the et al Group,” he adds. The et al Group comprises various et al companies that constitute – what could best be described as – a consolidation of specialist marketing services into a single brand platform. In this group is the DIGITAL et al cluster of four companies which, as the name suggests, is the specialised digital arm of the group. With a . . .
Get a flu vaccination to guard against the most virulent strains Alarming statistics highlighting that flu and pneumonia are the leading underlying natural cause of death among the people of Limpopo have prompted a leading healthcare administrator and medical scheme to urge the people of the region to protect themselves against influenza this coming winter. “The last three consecutive annual Mortality and Causes of Death in South Africa studies, conducted by Statistics South Africa, revealed that this common ailment and its associated complications are cause for great concern,” says Dr Jacques Snyman, Director of Product Development at Agility Global Health Solutions [Africa]. “The change in seasons often corresponds with an increase in flu cases, which can lay even the healthiest individuals low for up to two weeks and may result in dangerous complications, including pneumonia,” he notes. “People with underlying health conditions, such as heart or lung conditions, and immune compromised patient, including those who are HIV-positive or have cancer for example, may be more susceptible to contract pneumonia and even die of flu.” He asserts that getting a flu vaccine offers considerable protection against most flu strains. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States corroborates this and recently confirmed that the vaccine meaningfully reduces hospitalisation and death rates, especially in at-risk patients. It also reported that vaccination is a cost-effective counter-measure to seasonal outbreaks of flu. “We therefore urge the people of Limpopo, and South Africans in general, to take precautions against spreading the virus and to consider having the flu vaccination. For most people, contracting flu is an unpleasant experience from which we recover within a few days or, at most, two weeks. However, children under the age of five, the elderly, HIV-positive individuals, diabetes and asthma sufferers, among others, may be at . . .
Number one bestselling author, Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu has released the never-before-told story, The True Origin of HIV & Aids: Secret Revealed. Re-Released February 16, 2016 and available for purchase from Amazon. Having been the subject of contentious debate for decades, Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu has uncovered what has puzzled scientists from around the world since Aids came to light in the 1980s. Readers should prepare to be shocked by the revelations made in this 154 paged non-fiction medical mystery. Over 34 million people in the world are living with HIV and AIDS, with 15 thousand new infections every day and an estimated 17 million AIDS orphans. With this book we can begin to better understand where the suffering began. Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu explains, “We owe the millions of those who died, those living with HIV or AIDS and those that will be infected in the future, the truth and nothing but the truth.” “Aids is no longer a disease, it’s a human rights issue” ~ Nelson Mandela YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRf7oj8Z2bc CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Summary of Switch and Save Photo: Whitehart Delivering a world-class customer experience and managing large-scale digital signage networks has just become a lot simpler with the launch of Public Display Technologies’ (PDT) ‘Switch and Save’. Switch and Save allows you to manage your digital signage network at a much lower operational cost while enjoying the benefits of this technology. PDT is offering an exclusive digital signage contract where no swop-out labour and media player hardware fees are charged. With this offer ending on 31 December 2016, PDT uses the latest media player technology that eliminates the cost of software and licensing fees in this 3 year contract. This exclusive contract applies to companies with large-scale digital signage networks. PDT will complete the installation within 35 working days and limited costs will apply if additional hardware is added onto a current 3 year contract. To book a site visit, calculate the potential savings or for more information, please contact PDT on 0861 123 738 or firstname.lastname@example.org Demos available on request. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
The Grow Your Business Expo brings together small business owners and corporate role players to communicate a process of helping to run and grow successful entities. Role players are provided with a platform to connect business owners with resources and tools needed to start, learn, manage and grow their companies. This will create employment and contribute positively to families and the community, which will ultimately increase the vitality of the local economy. The Grow Your Business Expo is the ideal opportunity for corporate role players to share their products and services that will match with small businesses that need access to skills, knowledge, finance and markets. Funama Productions CEO Masetha Serakoana says “the expo is a vital platform for small businesses to link with institutions offering funding, financial assistance and business related products and services. We will have representatives from the institutions presenting their company offerings. We will cater for one-on-one meeting sessions offering free advice and consultations with specialists during the expo. We will have free workshops, an area to share achievement stories and opportunities for corporate companies to showcase thriving SMEs that they have empowered. We thank Anglo American Platinum and Nedbank for supporting the expo." Entrance to the Grow Your Business Expo is R25.00 per person, doors open at 08h00 - at Jack Botes Hall, Polokwane on 21st July 2015. Author: Lesley Fahey from Funama Productions. More Info link: http://www.funama.co.za Twitter: https://twitter.com/FunamaBiz Facebook: https://facebook.comFunamaProductions Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Funama Productions. Finance Funding Franchise Photo: Funama Productions CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Defending champion David van Straaten will be striving for his hat-trick when he lines up for the 60km Bestmed Sondela MTB Classic, presented by ASG, near Bela-Bela on Sunday. This year, the feature race has been added to the line-up of seven events that make up the mountain biking arm of the new Bestmed National Cycling Series. Van Straaten has dominated the event, which traverses the 4 700-hectare Sondela Game Reserve in Limpopo, for the past two years. A former road rider, he has proved himself unbeatable on the flattish course that features testing sandy stretches of what route designer Melgard Meyer refers to as "horizontal climbing". "It's not too technically demanding and I'm strong on sand, so I'd say it suits me very well," said Van Straaten. He said the major challenge would come from within himself, as he had been battling flu in the lead-up to race day. "My fitness is not what it was in previous years but I will still give it my best shot to try and win." As team mechanic to the South African national cycling squads, Van Straaten has had his hands full off the bike this season. "I'm not on top form at this stage as I was more focused on this and opening a cycling shop as well." He will be looking forward to testing his legs in the 40km warm-up race on Saturday. Van Straaten's wife, Ronel, also has her sights set on a third consecutive victory in the women's race to complete a dominating double-header for their family. "My wife will be participating in both the 40km and 60km races but she is also sick with the flu. She really wants to make it a hat-trick too." He said the family-oriented nature of the two-day cycling festival kept them coming back. "We're proud of our results here as it's a sport we enjoy doing as a family; our 10-year-old son is also cycling. "It also gives us a chance to camp and enjoy time with friends and family." More than 1 400 riders of all ages are expected to participate in the . . .
Families looking for a bumper weekend of mountain biking and outdoor activities need look no further than the Bestmed Sondela MTB Classic near Bela-Bela in Limpopo Province on June 27 and 28. The annual festival, which is billed as "the Bushveld's biggest mountain bike bash", offers a full line-up of family races on the Saturday before the serious racing gets underway with a 60km marathon on the Sunday. The latter, which forms part of the new Bestmed National Cycling Series presented by ASG, will see some of the country's top professionals do battle. Taking place on a 4 700-hectare nature reserve just 45 minutes north of Pretoria, the festival traditionally attracts around 1 800 riders across all events. Sondela group operations manager Melgard Meyer said the reserve would open its gates to participants and their families as day visitors, which is not generally permitted outside of scheduled events. "The most exciting part of this is to see how whole families take part in the riding," said Meyer. "To get the serious cyclists out here is awesome but our focus is to get families to come and enjoy the weekend." He said riding options for the latter included 40km, 20km and kiddies' events. As each race occupied its own timeslot, Meyer said adults could build their own mini stage race by choosing to do more than one. Three to five-year-olds will ride on a specially built 500m track, with a 5km single-track course available for children up to the age of eight. Meyer said special combination price packages were available for participants wishing to do the feature races on the Saturday and Sunday. As route director, he said he personally got on his bicycle every day to inspect the trails. Author: Coetzee Gouws from Full Stop Communications. More Info link: http://fullstopcom.com/media-room-mainmenu-18/features/1769-sondela-set-for-bushveld-s-biggest-mtb-bash.html Twitter: www.twitter.com/fullstop Facebook: Images: For high res version/s of . . .
The 3rd annual Funama Wedding & Bridal Expo will take place on Saturday, 28th March 2015 at the Jack Botes Hall in Polokwane Limpopo. The expo includes wedding gowns, groom suits, cakes, cosmetics, accessories, catering, beauticians, florists, photographers and many other wedding related services. Future brides, grooms and families looking for wedding service providers are in for a fun filled day with loads of ideas that will help turn their dream wedding into a reality. Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resorts is giving couples a chance to win a wedding venue of their choice in Limpopo. Other exhibitors are offering memorable prizes that include wedding gowns, groom suits, cakes, cosmetics and so much more. A ‘Sundowner Fashion Show with live music will be the finale to end the prestigious event. Entrance to the Funama Wedding & Bridal Expo for visitors is R50.00 per person, doors open at 9am. “The exhibition is a show of delightful wedding ideas all under one roof; this saves visitors hours of time spent travelling and searching for wedding suppliers. We promise a display of the best wedding products and services available. Visitors will be treated to an event filled with motivation and inspiration. This is also a perfect platform for small business owners to market and promote their services” says Masetha Serakoana, CEO of Funama Productions. Funama Productions is a media and communications company that specialises in exhibition production services focusing on projects that promote and empower small businesses. Author: Masetha Serakoana from Funama Productions. More Info link: http://www.funama.co.za Twitter: @funamabiz Facebook: www.facebook.com/funamaweddingexhibition Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Funama Productions. Funama Wedding & Bridal Expo CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Nana Meriwether, Miss USA 2012 and Lynne De Jager Mrs South Africa 2012 attended the launch of The Rhino Revolution/ Blue Canyon Conservancy Black Rhino Breeding Project. Nana and Lynne want to bring international awareness to the plight of Rhino in South Africa. Nana Meriwether was born at Tinswalo hospital in Acornhoek. Her father and mother were working a Tinswalo, doing charitable work. Lynne De Jager has commited to take the Rhino Revolution message to the Mrs World 2013 Pageant in China. From the 2000 to 2007 there were 140 rhino’s poached throughout South Africa, that’s average of 20 a year. In 2008 is shot up to 83 in one year, 2009 saw another increase to 122. Similarly 2010 – 333, 2011 – 448, 2012 – 448 and 2013 we are already sitting with over 350, more than the total of 2010. This year we are averaging 2-2.5 Rhino’s lost a day. While these stats are shocking to see we are still in a positive growth pattern for the total Rhino population. We are close to the tipping point though and soon we will be losing more Rhino that are being born every year. In 1960 there were around 500 Rhino’s and over the last 50 years we have grown that population to over 20 000, similarly with Black Rhino, there were only 65 left and their numbers have grown to over 5000. “The war that private Rhino owners are fighting isn’t one where we can go out and combat a visible enemy, all that they can do is fight defensively. Protect the Rhino’s inside higher fences with more guards.” Stated Patrick Jordan , a founder of Rhino Revolution. “Miss USA and Mrs SA have come out this weekend to put their voices behind the Rhino of Africa, to assist in raising awareness and funding to assist with the protection and ultimately the defence of an iconic species the world over.’ Said Patrick Jordan “We don’t hear much about the plight of Rhino back in the United States and I didn’t know how threatened they are until now” Said Nana Meriwether , Miss USA 2012. During their . . .