Even though loss of life is a profoundly painful experience, there is ordinarily a heightened amount of pain when someone who's a little bit younger and in their prime passes away unexpectedly. More so when they have got the World at their feet, and are quite successful.
Popular news reader, journalist and talk show host, Aldrin Sampear recently went to his 196 000 followers on Twitter to share a picture of his lover and asked his followers to share theirs. Aldrin, who is openly gay has been with his boyfriend, Kholofelo Mogane for years and he is very happy to show him off and celebrate love.
Well known marketing entrepreneur, Sylvester Chauke and his husband, marketing manager, Tumelo Mmusi were big winners at the Feather awards at the Market theater, Johannesburg. Sylvester is the founder of DNA brand architects while Tumelo works for Steve Madden. Other winners on the night included Lady Du, of Umsebenzi fame who won fag hag of the year and musical act of the year.
Google sourced image Media broadcaster Aldrin Sampear came out about his sexuality publicly for the first time and Twitter reacted to the news. The 32 year old broadcaster went into detail while seating on Power Talk chatting with entrepreneur Sylvester Chauke about how he came out of the closet to his father. Sampear shared how he drove down to his home with his partner of 6 years to introduce him to his father. The clip was then played on Eusebius Mckaiser show on Friday the 13th March 2020. In light o
By Mzukona Mantshontsho The need for excellence in business has to be taken seriously. Brand builders need to stand against bland and fight for the markets they want to be in. “The world has changed; you no longer have to say to consumers; “Here is a burger and chips!! and expect them to buy, consumers can never be dictated to anymore because they will tweet about your product offering or service. Castle Milk Stout beer will never be ‘cool’, whatever the amount of money you can inject into making th
I'm beginning to think brands do this on purpose. Get a racially controversial advert out there, let it trend on social media and then a few days later release a statement 'apologizing'. We've seen it with many brands before like Superbalist, H&M and many others. The latest culprit is the popular camera brand Nikon South Africa. On Sunday they introduced their new Nikon Z50 influencers who in the next coming months will be sharing their adventures and moments they capture on their new Z50's. But what threw twitter