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 Jason Harrison. As the late, great Bob Rightford used to say, “I’m really not interested in how hard you tried; I’m only interested in if you did what needed to be done.”
by MarkLives. Unati Moalusi is our next panellist to tackle: “How successful have local ad agencies been in creating positive employer reputations?”
by Veli Ngubane. The Soweto-born, Thohoyandou- and Hillbrow-raised marketing superwoman shares her insights on youth culture and her career highlights.
by Mark Eardley. I’ve been reading a lot in the B2B marketing media about “distinctiveness”. It’s all proclaiming the higher branding power of being distinctive, rather than merely different.
by Laurent Marty. Is it better for us to tell our clients what they want to hear, or is it better to tell them what we really think?
by Veli Ngubane. Mimi Kalinda has juggled crisis comms in Nigeria, airline work in Ethiopia and B2B work in Zambia; she’s also an author and has led workshops on storytelling and narrative in leadership.
by Sabrina Forbes. “We make brands purposely different through advertising and design.” This is the slogan Abnormal Advertising promises to live by.
by Veli Ngubane. This award-winning copywriter’s career kicked off after winning a copywriting bursary he’d heard about on YFM and being given a break by Ahmed Tilly.
by Warren Moss. Even if your brochure is looks the same in 2019 as it did in 2009, the tech that underpins it has come a long way.