BRIGHTS celebrates 50 years of being ‘more than just a hardware store’ & giving back to Western Cape Communities
To mark the 50th birthday of their family-owned hardware chain, BRIGHTS Hardware is celebrating by giving back to various organisations within Western Cape communities, including The Fathers Heart, an NGO that is in desperate need of a new community centre in Fisantekraal. Read More
Since BRIGHTS opened its doors for the first time in 1971, 8 new BRIGHTS stores has opened around the general Cape Town area, with the furthest store being all the way in Langebaan. The BRIGHTS family has been so fortunate to see positive growth in the business, and it remains our pleasure to serve Western Cape communities.
Many South African business owners and their employees are breathing a small sigh of relief as we move towards lower lockdown levels and the opportunity to reopen businesses. However, it is still not business as usual as South Africa now has official ‘health and safety’ workplace regulations to curb the spread of COVID-19, which will remain in place until the national state of disaster is called off. Read More
The winter weather has well and truly arrived! South Africans are bundled up and have unearthed their woolly blankets from the cupboard – but sometimes a blanket, hot water bottle and a beanie just don’t cut it! Read More
BRIGHTS Hardware has launched a Tools Donation campaign to provide students of the non-profit organisation Learn to Earn, with the opportunity to make a sustainable living after graduation, by calling on the public to donate their previously used – but working – power tools at their nearest BRIGHTS hardware store until 30 November. Read More
As more South African businesses open their doors, and as the country starts to resume economic activity, it is speculated that we can expect load shedding to return. Much like the iconic call of our local Hadeda, during load-shedding the rumbling of generators becomes a common sound across South African suburbs as people attempt to keep the lights on and appliances running during power cuts. Read More
South Africa breathed a collective sigh of relief at the news that we will all move to level 3 lockdown from Monday 01 June, a development that will see many more businesses opening their doors and people returning to work.