Zam-Buk, Mrs Balls, Ouma, Castle… What are South Africa’s top heritage brands?

(Also read "Does it work to focus on a brand’s heritage (e.g. Castle Lager’s age) in ads?")

Heritage branding is about inducing warm, fuzzy nostalgia in the target market.

Examples of American heritage brands are Levis, Coca-Cola and Ford.

Some famous South African examples include Zam-Buk, Mrs Balls, Ouma, Sasol and MTN.

What are South Africa’s top heritage brands?

Ray White (standing in for Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show) interviewed Solly Moeng, CEO of DonValley.

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