by Carey Finn. What can agencies do to promote wellbeing in the workplace? MarkLives speaks to a range of voices.
by Cathy Dippnall. The creative industry has its share of toxic relationships and ruthless account executives, and it’s not unusual to hear that “it goes with the territory”.
by Herman Manson. Today we close off with the brands South Africa’s agency execs most wanted to work on during 2018.
Nando’s has dropped its latest ad and, as usual, South Africans are getting a closeup of themselves in the brand’s trademark humorous fashion. As the brand points out, “You people” is a phrase often used by South Africans when describing people who are different to them. So, in the ad from M&C Saatchi Abel, Nando’s […]
by MarkLives. This week we feature insight into Nando’s Afro-tising campaign by M&C Saatchi Abel.
Nando’s has dropped its latest ad — questioning “the surplus of ‘Afrofuturism’ on our screens at the moment” — to promote its half chicken with any single side this morning, Monday, 3 September 2018 (and notice the dig at the new Absa logo). View all the #Campaigns at a glance on our #Campaigns Pinterest board! […]
by Herman Manson. Ah, Durbs, the chillest place in South Africa. And, once again, the destination for (mostly) SA advertising creatives looking for some awards-bling and a good time.
by MarkLives. On Friday night, Grands Prix were awarded in Communication Design (Turkey), Digital & Interactive Communication (South Africa) and Print Communication (SA).
Nando’s, together with its advertising agency M&C Saatchi Abel, has launched the #rightmyname campaign in its quest to continuing contributing to the broader dialogue of South Africa through highlighting typically South African challenges — such as SA names still being spellchecked as errors. View all the #Campaigns at a glance on our #Campaigns Pinterest board! […]
Nando’s latest politically timed TVC; Publicis tells Africa to #OwnYourCrown; and Visa evolves sensory branding — Cheryl Hunter’s weekly pick!