by Kirsten Dewar. Caster Semenya’s story is not only inspirational but holds profound lessons for marketers about women and marketing.
With the help of Google Insights for Research we are publishing the top 10 searched for phrases (minus the sexy stuff of course) by South Africans on Google over the previous seven days. A look at the fastest rising searches show the weather was top of mind for most South Africans as snow and heavy rain blanketed the country. The Olympics featured with searches for Caster Semenya and Usain Bolt quickly gathering pace.
by Charlie Mathews. As the world watched ordinary Americans courageously face off a Trumpian display of violent, systematic racism backed by police brutality, Nike made an ad.
by MarkLives. South Africa is taking home one Gold, two Bronzes and four Shortlists, and Egypt two Silvers so far.
by Kirsten Dewar. Stories are way more powerful than information because of the way the human brain works and learns.
by Kirsten Dewar. Remember when Victoria’s Secret was on top of the world?
by Marguerite Coetzee. It’s important to be considerate of what frames of reference we draw on, and what contexts we create.
by MarkLives. Tlhogi Ngwato, Sam Swaine, Kevin Seturumane and Michelle Cavé each share something they believe their PR peers would benefit from reading.
The Caret, DESTINY, Jungle Jim, Radical Software, Sister and TIME — Shane de Lange’s weekly pick!
by MediaSlut. Yes, it’s that time of year again! For the fifth year running, here are the 10 best South African magazine covers — an inspiration to us all!