The Sandton Times · [Blog Post] 5 Reasons To Refresh Your Website This Year Your website is one of the most powerful marketing tools available to your side hustle or small business, but it needs to be regularly refreshed and updated if it is to live up to its full
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Gold’s Gym has awarded a new franchise agreement in South Africa to open a flagship location in Sandton, as soon as the South African government allows gyms to begin operations again after mandated closures. The gym will serve as the prototype for more locations in an aggressive expansion program for
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The Sandton Times · [Blog Post] Navigating the Four Stages of a Small Business’s Digital JourneyMany South African business owners, side-hustlers and freelancers know that it’s more urgent than ever to accelerate their digital journey, to help stay active during the Covid-19 pandemic and to serve the needs of a
The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; chats to Miss South Africa Top 15 hopefuls Olin-Shae De La Cruz and Jordan van der Vyver; takes a trip to the Maldives (virtually)to buy-out Naladhu Private Island with Cluster General Manager Giles Selves; unwraps The Sandton Times new Unboxing feature with the DJI Osmo Mobile 3 (Gimbal) and much more!
Thule has opened a beautiful new store at the Morningside Shopping Centre in Sandton, based on the Stockholm flagship store, incorporating clean lines and a minimalist look and boasts top-class Swedish design.
Come Covid-19 or high-water, the 2020 Miss South Africa pageant carries on, even with the country in lockdown. The contestants represent seven provinces – Gauteng has six semi-finalists (with three from Tshwane and one from Soweto), followed by the Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Western Cape with two each while