Top 3 strategies for growing businesses bigger, faster in 2020!

Top 3 strategies for growing businesses bigger, faster in 2020!: Jacqueline Raw, Owner and Founder of Ycagel Markets are changing daily and wreaking havoc on large, fairly traditional businesses and this is not going to change anytime soon. Businesses need to adapt or die and for corporate South Africa, that could seem daunting. Jacqueline Raw, Owner and Founder of marketing consultancy, Ycagel says, “Staying relevant is the name of the game in 2020 and this is going to be the difference maker to businesses that thrive versus business that just … [Read more...]

Granny Mouses’ Guide To Growing Roses

Granny Mouses’ Guide To Growing Roses: (Source Anne Balogh https://www.gardendesign.com/roses/care.html) Granny Mouse is blessed with many beautiful flowers and none so beautiful as their rose bushes. Guests often tell our team how much they admire the display and say that they are pretty intimidated and couldn’t imagine producing such blooms on home turf. However, take it from us, roses aren’t as high maintenance as they’re made out to be. Modern rose bushes are really tough and much easier to grow than ever before and seldom need more loving … [Read more...]

Bouncing Back and Growing – Featured Durban Blog

Bouncing Back and Growing: The Cell C Sharks showed incredible determination and character to bounce back after a demoralising first round loss to score a hugely pleasing 32-27 bonus point victory over Western Province at Jonsson KINGS PARK on Saturday. Cell C Sharks Head coach Sean Everitt was proud of the way the team hit back, citing good growth in a campaign that is all about growing. “First of all, congratulations to the team,” he said after the match. “I said last week [sitting in the same chair after the Griquas loss] that we needed a … [Read more...]

New uMlazi-based Baby Home on the cards to meet growing need

New uMlazi-based Baby Home on the cards to meet growing need: The dramatic three-hour rescue of a newborn baby from a stormwater drain in Newlands East, just outside of Durban, attracted international attention and, once again, highlighted the issue of child abandonment in South Africa. Durban-based non-profit organisation, The Peace Agency, announced the intention to establish a new Baby Home in uMlazi South of Durban, to meet the ever-growing need for registered childcare facilities. They are appealing to the public to donate funds to … [Read more...]