Its like the UK marmite. Its called Marmite in South Africa, not SAmite. They were forced to rebrand the imported product here in NZ because Sanitarium made a stink.
For the billionth time, Sanitarium didn't "make a stink". A trademark holder is literally legally required to act on any breach of their trademark no matter how small, or face their trademark being declared Generic and invalidated. Ironically, the manufacturers of the original Marmite (UK? SA? I can't remember which) would be the ones infuriated by this, as they license said trademark to Sanitarium and losing it to a generic declaration would be very bad for them.
I often think of Simon & Garfunkle's "The Boxer" when reading these forums "...a man hears what he wants to hear And disregards the rest"