By Michael Vlismas STANGER, KwaZulu-Natal (1 May 2017) – Mistakes were made, but amongst the leading quartet of Marco Steyn, Darin de Smidt, Gregory McKay and Dean Martin there was relief that they weren’t too costly on day one of the Oxigen Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational on Monday. The four golfers came through a typically windy day on the North Coast tied for the lead with rounds of level-par 72 and one
By Michael Vlismas STANGER, KwaZulu-Natal (1 May 2017) – The little villages nestled amongst the rolling fields of sugar cane on KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast already have a golfer they can be proud of. And now Thabiso Magwaza is hoping he can give them something more to talk about. Magwaza teed off in Monday’s first round of the Oxigen Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational determined to take advantage of the invitation he has been
By Michael Vlismas STANGER, KwaZulu-Natal (30 April 2017) – Marco Steyn heads into this week’s Oxigen Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational as the highest ranked player in a quality field and with his game having turned a corner after a difficult start to the year. The Central Gauteng golfer is looking forward to chasing one of the most prestigious titles in South African amateur golf from Monday, and at a time when he
By Michael Vlismas DURBAN (26 April 2017) – Multiple European Tour winner Brandon Stone says next week’s Oxigen Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational tournament always awakened in him the same feeling Jordan Spieth must have every time he steps onto Augusta National Golf Club during the Masters. The 72-hole tournament will be played at the Prince’s Grant Golf Estate starting Monday and it remains one of the most sought-after titles in South African
Brand Communications and Sponsorship Management agency, Oxigen, announces their sponsorship of the annual Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational golf tournament taking place from 1st to 3rd May 2017 at Prince’s Grant Coastal Estate. Founded to foster support, coverage and the opportunity to compete for amateur level golf in South Africa, the Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational (PGNAIT) – now in its 11th year – attracts some of South Africa’s most talented amateur golfers. The
Renowned coal analysis firm, Umzamo Analytical Services (UAS), have opened a containerized analysis lab at Overlooked Colliery in Bethal to provide real time, on site analysis. read
Oxigen Communications Founder, LJ Swart, provides insight into PR, brand communications and sponsorship management trends in 2017, and explains why understanding grass roots level client needs is set to become a game changing benchmark in the year ahead. Strategies for Client Retention Attracting new clients with colourful pitches has never been difficult for South African agencies as companies in all sectors have been upping their marketing game in order to be more competitive amid
Oxigen has signed a sponsorship deal with renowned sports psychologist, Dr Jannie Botha. Effective immediately, Botha will be representing the brand communications and sponsorship agency, as their official brand ambassador. The cooperation will affect all of Oxigen’s national and regional communication campaigns. Dr Botha is already very familiar with the company having consulted with Oxigen on various aspects of business psychology and performance. Dr Botha works with companies in South Africa and global clients.
Join SPAR and 4000 enthusiastic runners for the annual SPAR Lantern Race! There is only one week to go until you can enjoy a fun evening in the scenic suburb of Irene and take part in this exciting night time event. The SPAR Lantern Race takes place on 15 February 2017 at the Agricultural Research Council Irene Campus. Runners must remember that this year’s race has a later starting time and will begin promptly
This year SPAR invites you to come and take part of the most exciting SPAR Irene Lantern race yet! With a new start time of 19:00 runners are guaranteed to get the most out of this night race. To make sure you can find your way and to add to the atmosphere, race organisers are asking everyone to please remember to wear headlamps and other lights and encourage all runners to wear reflective clothing.