Indian Spice is a digital news platform serving trending Indian news, Indian lifestyle and Indian entertainment content that speaks to a predominantly South African and Indian consumer audience.
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Our South African Indian news service reaches a diverse audience providing news that matters to the SA Indian community and the global Indian diaspora.
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Indian news for the South African Indian & South Asian diaspora
Sharing stories and news content that matter to our generation is what makes us different at Indian Spice. We aim to publish quality news content for the South African Indian community as well as presenting the latest South African Indian-interest news and lifestyle stories.
We make sense of the systematic chaos that is the world today and seek to bring you the story, however you want it – on your phone via our popular Whatsapp service or through videos, op-eds, news infographics, animations and news documentaries.
Being a virtual newsroom our team functions outside the office, sometimes in pyjamas (if they wear any) in their home or in a coffee shop or in a shared space. Producing relevant Indian lifestyle content, trending Indian news & the latest entertainment news for our readers. We live by a hunger to know and have it all, and that’s what Indian Spice strives to appease through its unbiased looking glass.
From live international events, Bollywood concerts, cheap flight offers, home shopping, travel package holiday specials especially to destinations like India, Mauritius rank high on lifestyle interests of the South African Indian consumer shopping list. Learn more about our consumer marketing by emailing us here
Showcasing the identity of the South African Indian as we remember the story of the arrival of Indian-indenture 160 years ago to the shores of South Africa. The SA Indian community of South Africa are uniquely African and so are their stories. Submit your piece of history to us for a feature click here