by Veli Ngubane. The transformation debate is no longer an issue about black and white people; it’s about opening practical, results-driven dialogue between those who care about the future of this industry.
As someone who dislikes the practice of admiring or describing problems ad infinitum, Sizakele Marutlulle suggests interventions on representation worth exploring.
Think and plan beyond today. Ritual and routine will get us through uncertainty but it’s not sustainable. Marguerite Coetzee explores the curious link between salt and syndemic.
by Veli Ngubane. This Soweto-born creative delves into Women’s Month, industry transformation, influencer marketing and the impact of Black Lives Matter on brands.
by Charlie Mathews. #AfricaNoFilter’s Moky Makura speaks about the challenge of transforming how brands, marketers, the media and Africans themselves tell the land of the Sahara’s story.
by Siwe Lawrence. As much as our partying days are the thing of the past (for now), the glory days of certain ‘life’ hangovers have peaked.
by Lebogang Tshetlo & Charles Mathews. “Every person is unique and, when it comes to transformation from a career perspective… nothing has changed for me,” says Bradlee Holcomb.
by Veli Ngubane. This young artist/filmmaker/photographer is too humble to brag about his achievements and accolades, so I will.
by Charlie Mathews. In this interview, Arthur Goldstuck speaks about how technology is transforming marketing faster than ever before, and the coming privacy showdown.
by Leigh Tayler. As each day of 2020 ticks by, it seems a new WTF?! moment springs up like some sort of grotesque jack-in-the-box.