by Carey Finn. The magazine’s deputy editor talks us through the making of the first free Afrikaans women’s-interest podcast channel, rrRADIO, which launched recently.
by Gill Moodie (@grubstreetSA) With the launch of Netwerk24, Media24 did a very significant thing — but it might have passed you by because only a short press release about it was sent out.
Rapport has followed the path set out by City Press late last year by awarding its magazine supplement, My Tyd, to content marketing firm New Media.
Andy Davis’s name may forever be associated with the defunct student magazine SL. It really shouldn’t be. The not terribly rebellious and long-dead youth magazine, which he used to edit in the early part of the previous decade, has been properly usurped by the creation of Davis’s own publication – the youth-orientated Mahala magazine and website.
by MarkLives. In a series of three posters aimed at luring entries from the industry, the overall Pendoring winner shows how he revels like a born rock star in New York, Paris and Amsterdam.
In 1994, the year democracy dawned and Afrikaans finally lost its political dominance, a group of Afrikaans media and cultural organisations teamed up to launch the Pendoring Afrikaans Advertising Awards. The awards intended to reward advertising created in Afrikaans.
For the latest campaign that promotes Pendoring, South Africa’s Afrikaans language advertising award, agency Joe Public uses well known Afrikaans characters to illustrate what could happen if the language continues to be neglected. The pay-off line reads: ‘Moenie die taal afskeep nie’ (Don’t neglect the language) and the call to action reads: ‘Skep in Afrikaans en keer dat ons mooiste taal sy glans verloor’ (Create in Afrikaans and prevent our most beautiful language from losing its lustre).”