Archive | April, 2013

Charles Singer: the legend hangs up his hat

Crown National celebrated its 100th birthday last year and to most people who know Charles Singer, it feels as though that’s how long he has been a part of this empire.

Mr Singer started his early business career in Oudshoorn, in the tobacco and ostrich feather industry and moved to Johannesburg to pursue big things. In 1985 Charles was appointed the director of National Spice and was to become the managing director of Crown National at the time of its inception, under the Bidvest umbrella.

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Crown National raises over R85 000 and counting

Crown launched a Centenary Range of products to help raise funds for the charity. By donating a portion from the sale of every Centenary product, Crown hoped to raise enough money to make a significant difference in the fight against rhino poaching.

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