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FNB named African’s premier banking brand

First National Bank was named Africa’s leading bank in The Banker’s, Top 500 Banking Brands Report 2018*. Ranked 141st in the global banking table, with a brand valuation of $1.4bn, FNB grew its brand value by 23% in the past year. According to the report, the banks brand positioning campaign in 2017 redefined the concept of…

Movie Review – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The Oscar buzz is everywhere, the nominations for the Academy Awards have also recently been confirmed adding to the current excitement. Several exciting movies are in the spotlight and one of these is the focus today. Rocking an unusual title, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a darkly comic drama from Academy Award winner Martin…

Launched: Under Armour Hovr

For 21 years, Under Armour has been developing apparel specifically designed for athletes — even performance pajamas for Patriots. Over the last decade, this effort expanded to include quality footwear built to elevate star athletes like the NBA’s Steph Curry or tennis superstar Sloane Stephens. Thing is, even owner Kevin Plank admits the Baltimore-based brand has been missing a “defining…

2018 Honda CR-V Tested: Are you ready for “Beautility”?

To describe the CR-V as a success for Honda is to damn it with faint praise. Since its arrival in 1997, nearly four million have sold in the US. In fact, the CR-V used to be one of the country’s top-selling SUV, and it helped Honda‘s truck sales go from little more than a rounding…

Stock platform coindirect now live in SA, adds Bitcoin trading

The stock trading platform coindirect just announced they have added a heap of new Cryptocurrency to their platform. They include their same trading of a number of cryptocurrencies right out the gate, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and a number of others.  The 25 coins coindirect have on their platform are as follows: $btc, $eth, $ltc,…

iPhone X screen repairs are painfully expensive

The iPhone X is expensive, and perhaps unsurprisingly the cost of getting it repaired should you break the screen is expensive too. Core Group, the sole importers and distributors of Apple products in Southern Africa has released details on its screen service pricing, and the figures make for eye-watering reading. Read on for the bad…

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