by Bobby Amm. In the SA film production sector, some local advocacy groups claim sexual harassment is rife and under-reported.
McCann Worldgroup South Africa has launched a new TV ad on behalf of the Tears Foundation, which specialises in helping child abuse victims. “The #MeToo movement is one of the most important in our time,” says Mick Blore, chief creative officer at McCann Worldgroup South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa. “Casting a spotlight on sexual abuse […]
by Carey Finn. Five leaders weigh in on the cultural and organisational changes required to stop sexual and other forms of harassment in adland.
EDITORIAL: It’s time to prove what you believe in. Don’t wait for South African adland’s Harvey Weinstein moment to act. We’ll all have your measure well before then.
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 Jason Stewart. Here’s what brands may learn from the public apology phenomenon, which had its beginnings less than two years ago in late 2017.
by Herman Manson. We list the best-read media and marketing stories on MarkLives during 2019.
by Johanna McDowell. There was a controversial start to the London summit, where comments from the media and participants focused on the huge bias towards male leadership.
by MarkLives. Keri-Ann Stanton of Avatar is the next key female executive to give us her assessment of the state of adland.
by Sabrina Forbes. For the past couple of years, Twitter has been honing its definition of what it means not only to individuals but brands and companies, too.