Another petrol attendant praised after giving customer R50 for diesel

Durban in the News: Another petrol attendant praised after giving customer R50 for diesel: A Durban man has taken to social media to praise a petrol attendant who gave him R50s worth of diesel. Sharks see off spirited WP at Kings Park: The Sharks have claimed their first win of their Currie Cup campaign after defeating Western Province at Kings Park in Durban. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Springfield Retail Centre is giving you more bang for your buck!

Springfield Retail Centre is giving you more bang for your buck!: If your wallet’s feeling a little light after the Festive Season, then head on down to Springfield Retail Centre, and get more “bang for your buck,” at their Super Sale. Boasting an extensive array of tenants from home décor and improvement stores, to food, toys, clothing and baby products, it’s the perfect location for shoppers to grab the opportunity, and take advantage of low prices, with savings of up to 50% off at selected stores. From now until Sunday, February 10th, 2019, … [Read more...]

Giving back to all our thirsty shoppers this Festive Season at Springfield Value Centre

Giving back to all our thirsty shoppers this Festive Season at Springfield Value Centre: Christmas shopping can be harrowing at the best of times; however at Springfield Value Centre, they are laying out the “red carpet” for every customer, providing VIP treatment all the way. All one has to do is spend R300 or more at the Springfield Value Centre between the 7th – 9th December and you will receive a complimentary ride, valued at R200, to and from the centre. Now that’s a sweet value ride. If you think that is amazing, Springfield Value Centre … [Read more...]

Giving service level agreements perspective

Giving service level agreements perspective: Giving service level agreements perspective, an opinion article by Abubakr Hattas, Group Business Improvement Specialist – Corporate at Servest  Johannesburg, 31 October 2018 – In yesteryear, a man’s (person’s) word was sacred and could be relied on, as it was based upon the honour of the parties for its fulfilment, rather than being in any way enforceable. The act of shaking hands and what is called, a ‘gentleman’s agreement’, was a way of sealing a deal, without … [Read more...]