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Franchise News
News and information on franchising and the franchise industry.
South-African-Burger-King

Burger King officially arrived in the Eastern Cape with the opening of a store in Port Elizabeth at the end of July.
Tomato-Paste-Plant

One tomato, two tomato, three tomato, more.
Mr Electric

This name change has been a long time coming.
UberEATS-South-Africa-delivery

Ride-sharing service Uber is preparing to bring its food delivery service UberEATS to South Africa.
Rocco-Princi-Founder-of-Princi

Global coffee company Starbucks has invested in an Italian bakery chain, which will see the famous brand embrace in-store baking for the first time ever.
mcdonalds-franchise-sign

These Mcdonald's food facts will make you look twice.
Mcdonalds-franchise-China

McDonald’s recently announced plans to increase its presence in China and Korea significantly.
Famous-Brands-South-Africa-logo

Famous Brands has reported record turnover and profits for the period ended 29 February 2016, the group’s fifteenth consecutive year of strong growth.
Dominos-pizza

Domino’s Pizza recently celebrated the opening of a new store on the corner of Sefako Makgatho Drive and Dr Swanepoel road in Montana, Pretoria.
Burger-King-beer

A few Burger King stores in the United Kingdom – including the popular Waterloo Station store – will now sell beer.
Fats-Lazarides

FASA’s Hall of Fame award for 2016 was awarded to Fats Lazarides, the founder of Ocean Basket.
Harry-Ramsdens

Gold Brands Investments, the JSE AltX-listed company behind the popular Chesa Nyama franchise, has apparently entered into negotiations to bring Harry Ramsden’s to South Africa.
Nedbank-logo

Making the things that really matter to franchisees and franchisors happen.
franchise-legal

CPA Code published for local comment.
pick-n-pay-spaza

A new partnership between the Gauteng Department of Economic Development (GDED) and Pick n Pay has resulted in a first ever spaza-to-store conversion in Diepkloof, Soweto.
Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan gets it's Big Mac!
Starbucks-south-africa

If coffee is your calling, Starbucks has your number.
free-range-eggs

Other companies that have committed to sourcing 100% cage-free eggs include Marriott International, Nestlé and Unilever.
Dunkin-brands

Add this stop off to your favourite's list.

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