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Shosholoza takes over from Happy Birthday

If you’re celebrating your birthday at Mike’s Kitchen, don’t expect anyone to sing “Happy Birthday”. At this restaurant chain you will be congratulated by a song which is sung to the tune of Shosholoza.

This is part of the re-branding of Mike’s Kitchen, one which it will celebrate on September 28, together with the International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC), custodians of Brand South Africa.

Shosholoza for Happy Birthday

Shosholoza for Happy Birthday

If you're celebrating your birthday at Mike's Kitchen, don't expect to hear "Happy Birthday". At this restaurant chain you'll be congratulated to the tune of Shosholoza.
Icons Tutu and Shosholoza meet

Shosholoza: unfinished business

Team Shosholoza, after a strong showing in its first America's Cup, has lodged South Africa's second entry in sailing's most prestigious event - despite not having a sponsor yet. Team director Salvatore Sarno is confident the money will come for "the country's best ambassadors on one of the world's most influential platforms."
Icons Tutu and Shosholoza meet

Icons Tutu and Shosholoza meet

A long-standing South African icon met up with a new South African icon when Nobel Peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu paid a visit to Team Shosholoza in Valencia, Spain.
Shosholoza does SA proud

Shosholoza does SA proud

South Africa's Team Shosholoza completed her America's Cup campaign with a win over France's Areva Challenge in the Louis Vuitton Cup to finish as the most successful first-timer in the history of sailing's most prestigious event.
Shosholoza designer in spotlight

Shosholoza designer in spotlight

After three-and-a-half years on the America's Cup class circuit, South Africa's Team Shosholoza remains the darling of the international sailing media. But the name increasingly being mentioned in specialist sailing publications is that of Jason Ker, principal designer of Shosholoza's yacht RSA 83.
Shosholoza's story of Good Hope

Shosholoza’s story of Good Hope

Many yachtsmen would baulk at the thought of the America's Cup being sailed in the notoriously rough waters off Cape Town. But that's where Africa's first challenger in the history of sailing's most prestigious event hails from: the Cape of Storms. The Cape of Good Hope.
Breaking the America's Cup mould

Breaking the America’s Cup mould

South Africa's America's Cup challenger has unveiled its new, ultra hi-tech hull. The Shosholoza RSA 83 is the first America's Cup class yacht to be designed and built in South Africa - and the first in the world to meet the new Version 5.0 rule of the 2007 America's Cup.
Shosholoza: passion and dreams

Shosholoza: passion and dreams

Team Shosholoza have not only changed the landscape of SA yachting, they have also turned the 153-year-old America's Cup on its head. The South African team have held their own against the most expensive yachts in the world, despite racing in a far older craft - at the same time shattering the image of yachting as a white man's sport.

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