by Bradley Elliott. I’ve steered clear of interviewing advertising figureheads but Khaya Dlanga is an exception.
Khaya Dlanga is joining South Africa’s new data-only mobile network, rain, as chief marketing officer and group exco member from 8 November 2018 and will build rain’s brand “into something that is loved by consumers, produce really cool marketing campaigns, and, very importantly, drive our sales by getting consumers to our website (and, in future, […]
Nganga Dlanga (IG: @babydlanga), the award-winning copywriter, has passed away. This was confirmed by Khaya Dlanga, his brother (and Rain CMO), via Twitter on 14 March 2020. My dear brother, Nganga, whom I loved very much is no longer with us. I never imagined this day would come. I would also like to plead that […]
Veli Ngubane interviews the Net#workBBDO copywriter in an attempt to find out what happens next.
by Herman Manson. Young, Gifted & Killing It, Keith Rose, Mzamo Masito, Khaya Dlanga and Shaka Sisulu were just some of our headline makers for 2018.
by Herman Manson. Cape Town is gearing up to host one of the world’s premier design conferences – the 2012 Design Indaba. DI regular and Pentagram partner Michael Bierut will MC this year’s, event alongside Michelle Constant and Khaya Dlanga.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) Loeries 2014 has come and gone, in an avalanche of John Vlismas, balloons, anorexic-looking models in impossible heels, twerking and power outages. The Iron Throne made an appearance, too, as did Helen Zille and her Rottweiler.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) This year the Pendoring Awards will yet again be sidelined by the Creative Circle, even as it shares the Creative Week stage with the Loeries. The Loeries remains the only local creative award that counts to the Creative Circle points system, except for their own Ad of the Month of course.
by Herman Manson. It’s like inviting Bucks Fizz to MC a champagne & sparkling wine event. I’m of course talking about flying in MC Hammer to MC the Loerie Awards on Sunday evening, or not, as the case might be.
by Jay Thomson. Personalisation, hyper-personalisation and individualisation are all terms that speak to customers’ growing preference for online content and solutions that place the individual at the centre of the strategy.