by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Our latest choice of SA ad campaigns: Chicken Licken’s back at it, Carling Black Label’s pandemic shopping etiquette, and Acer’s entrepreneurial empowerment.
Category archives: S’HOT
#Transformers: Tech, data & the looming privacy apocalypse [video]
by Charlie Mathews. In this interview, Arthur Goldstuck speaks about how technology is transforming marketing faster than ever before, and the coming privacy showdown.
#Transformers: Reinventing the creative self with Lebz Skywalker
by Charlie Mathews. MarkLives speaks to multimedia artist, Lebogang Tshetlo about his multiple transformations, and how he’s transmuted personal pain to find a new sense of self.
MarkLives #AdChamps of the Month [Jul 2020]
by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Our latest choice of SA ad campaigns: Drive Local, Three Word Stories, Faces of Change, Roadblock, and Seriously Responsible.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: Lameez Mohd
by Veli Ngubane. The Ogilvy PR CT powerhouse unpacks this changing world as we talk about covid-19, transformation, #BlackLivesMatter and the role of women in today’s landscape.
MarkLives #AdChamps of the Month [Jun 2020]
by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Our latest choice of SA lockdown campaigns: #SongOfHope, Mothers of Industry, UNITY, We’re Worth Waiting For, and #SaveYourSpot.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: O’Brien Manana
by Veli Ngubane. The founder of Soulfilter Productions hasn’t stood a chance of any other career option — creativity runs in his blood.
MarkLives #AdChamps of the Month [May 2020]
by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Here’s our latest choice of South African ads that’ve connected and engaged with us during lockdown — Vodacom, SA Tourism, Spur and Dunlop — plus two honourable mentions, Toyota South Africa and Willowton Group.
SA TV Ratings: SABC 3 — primetime top 20 for Mar, Feb & Jan 2020
by MarkLives. The hottest primetime shows on SABC 3 in South Africa revealed: TV ratings for March, February and January 2020.
#DesignIndaba25: Sho Madjozi — the #hopepunk in Mzansi’s #grimdark
by Charlie Mathews. It’s hard to reimagine the optimism that was Design Indaba 2020. That was February; this is lockdown.