by Carey Finn. The country’s favourite isiZulu teacher shares what he’s been working on, as well as a few thoughts on the (lack of) African languages in adland.
Melusi Tshabalala, a seasoned advertising creative with a career spanning 20 years and who is co-founder and managing partner at Studio 214, has been posting a new isiZulu word on his Melusi’s Everyday Zulu Facebook page six days a week, and telling a story to help bring the word to life. Now his Facebook posts […]
by Veli Ngubane. It’s his love for industry that has got him this far, this young and gifted Ogilvy Joburg copywriter explains.
by Veli Ngubane. We struck gold this year, and we didn’t have to dig too deep to find the shining nuggets in our industry. We look back on their stories.
Johannesburg-based agency, Studio 214, recently completed the first phase of Lesotho National Broadcasting Services (LNBS)’s rebranding. Together with BLQINC, a Lesotho-based TV production company, Studio 214 was appointed late in 2016 to help breathe new life into LNBS’s image. While BLQINC has focused on helping the broadcaster upgrade its technical abilities and upskill its staff, […]
Loeries Creative Week Durban came to an end this weekend on Sunday, 16 August 2015. A total of 299 awards were handed out in the main categories over the course of the event.
The judging panel for the 2014 Pendoring Awards has been finalised: The Pendoring Awards 2014 judges for the Afrikaans categories are: Mike Barnwell, executive creative director, FCB Cape Town Paul de Klerk, executive creative director, Etiket Leon Jacobs, executive creative director, Joe Public Cape Town Pierre Odendaal, chief creative officer, McCann Nico Botha, senior copywriter, […]
by Herman Manson. In the short term the agency is focusing on bedding down the merger, says Nina Morris, to decide on focus areas, and then to look at the continent for further opportunities.
A collaboration between DraftFCB, Michael Meyersfeld and Luma resulted in this campaign for Vodacom’s adult content management system.
by MarkLives. This poster work was a joint initiative by Art South Africa and Y&R, as Art South Africa was publishing an issue titled “Z is for Zuma”.