by Veli Ngubane. A collective of Sowetan-born creatives are telling it like it really is: twins Justice and Innocent Mukheli, and Vuyo Mpantsha.
by Christo van der Westhuizen. The recycling of true stories in postmodern marketing theory and praxis.
by Veli Ngubane. Not afraid to speak her mind, Kangulu Musaba believes in using her digital expertise to empower and nurture young black talent.
by Ian Gabriel. If your interest is around new forms of diverse content generation, the 2017 Cannes Film Market was definitely the place to be.
by Bogosi Motshegwa. If you’re in a committed relationship and you continue to pursue other people, you’ll inevitably end up faltering in your commitment.
by Veli Ngubane. With singleminded determination, Makosha Maja-Rasethaba has taken every opportunity to work her way into the job she wanted.
by Herman Manson. We list the creative work you made time to read about here on MarkLives during 2016.
by Sean McCoy. In the journey of internal brand-building, the world is seldom perfect and, as hard as we try, it does go wrong from time to time.
by Veli Ngubane. These two gifted youngsters are killing it! with projects ranging from an e-commerce platform to a township-clothing brand.
by TJ Njozela. Instead of name-calling or ghosting a coworker when you butt egos, here are three ways to resolve the tension like a grownup.