by Tumi Rabanye. The new year spells opportunity: a new way to raise the relevance of the agency-client relationship. But the change begins within.
by Megan Power. Suggesting that only Karens call for the manager focuses attention on the complainant, instead of the unjust policy or service failing.
by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Welcome to #AdChamps, a new monthly column where two ‘millennials’ celebrate the outliers — those special ads that connect and engage.
by Louise Burgers. Consumer expectations and purpose-driven marketing have to be at the heart of every major decision by brands and in the retail market today.
by MarkLives. For 2019, Bomb and Darling Films have been jointly selected for production excellence in SA by SA agency execs. This is a new category.
by Johanna McDowell. Meetings and speed-dates with a total of 17 agencies including group and independents —a very big Day 2!
Shane de Lange’s weekly analysis of media design from South Africa and around the world.
by MarkLives. Loeries 2018 finalists are being announced all week long during Creative Week Durban, taking place 16–19 August 2018. This is the fourth batch.
To create awareness of the abuse of women and children on a scale that simply couldn’t be ignored, Diageo-owned Johnnie Walker took over Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg, placing 365 6″2 Bronze ‘Striding Man’ statues (one for each day of the year), standing in solidarity for this cause. View all the #Campaigns at a glance […]
by Paul Jacobson (@pauljacobson) The innocuous looking case of H v W which was handed down in the South Gauteng High Court on 30 January 2013 is anything but. Judge Willis’ 30 page judgment recognises the harm a Facebook post can do to a person’s reputation and throws the weight of the Court behind the person defamed (and who can afford the legal fees).