“The facts are that among 11,000 employees, only 33 are being investigated. Out of 4,837 establishments subject to federal inspection, only 21 are allegedly involved in irregularities.”
New deal with Burger King in Europe sees Servair SA step up expansion plans across South Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa has been identified as one of the biggest beer sales growth areas in the world over the next five years. Africa Inc speaks to the experts.
Two Cape Town restaurants are named in the world’s top 100 in the run up to to tomorrow’s international awards
As EU threatened to reject beef and poultry imports from Brazil, South Africa calls for tighter health checks
‘The expected sale of Java House is being regarded as a bellwether deal to measure international private equity groups’ interest in the region,’ says the Financial Times.
New bbar restaurant serves everything from boerewors to bunny chow – and it’s just around the corner from the Queen’s house
New centre part of major investment into Zimbabwe by world’s biggest yeast manufacturer
Before the announcement restaurateur, presenter and cookery writer Prue Leith has said judging The Great British Bake Off would be her “dream”
Sweet goods lead bakery innovation in key growth markets, but consumers may soon expect more than traditional indulgence. New survey confirms the trend towards healthier options
Costs of getting products into the big supermarket chains is too high for many new suppliers claims new report
BevSA, opposed to the planned 20% tax on sugary drinks to reduce obesity, lays out its concerns to Parliament… and offers alternatives
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