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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014


Amateur golfing champions prepare for royal finals

Four winners in the country’s top amateur golf tournament – Tsogo Sun’s Duke of Edinburgh Championship – held on 19 May at the Country Club Johannesburg courses made it through the tight competition of the day to earn their prize of a trip to England to play in the World Finals.The winners were Ingrid Harris and Wendy Reeve on the Woodmead course and Mark du Bernard and Quintin Pitt on the Rocklands course. “We’re particularly delighted because this is only the second time in the championship’s history in South AfricaRead More

samsung introduces the Ch@t 333

Samsung Electronics South Africa has launched the Samsung Ch@t 333 – a smart messenger phone that allows you to chat with your friends, surf the Web, listen to your favourite music or play exciting games – easily and quickly.”We understand that being connected is just what consumers want and with the Samsung Ch@t 333, this feature phone is designed to meet those messaging and connectivity needs in an affordable device,” says Craige Fleischer, Director of Mobile Communications at Samsung Electronics South Africa.Despite its price-point the phone doesn’t cut corners onRead More

Elegant Geely Lc takes fight to big boys

The saying “Rome was not built in day” holds true for Chinese vehicles, more so for Geely, which is fiercely battling for due recognition. Geely’s new LC Cross has attracted a great deal of attention since it was first launched. In South Africa is marketed as “Bring It On”, alluding to the little car readiness to put up a great fight for respect.What immediately sets this A-class car apart from its rivals is its unique appearance, strongly reminiscent of the giant panda, the national treasure of China. It is onlyRead More

Corolla D-4D offers reliability to superlative degree

Many folk all over the world buy the Toyota Corolla for its legendary reliability. In South Africa car buyers opt for the Corolla for its proven value for money when coming to fuel economy. The diesel models of the new Corolla, the 1.4 D-4D, have added more kudos to Corolla’s reputation for petrol efficiency. The D-4D burns just 4.5l/ 100km of fuel, while it produces 66kW and 205 Nm – power figures not to be sneered at in this category. Performance-wise the Corolla D-4D can use only 12,5 seconds fromRead More