by Skhumbuzo Tuswa. We can’t rely on people who benefit from a lack of transformation to be its drivers.
by Mxolisi G Buthelezi. In her book, “Who’s Afraid of Affirmative Action”, Christine Qunta laments that black people still find themselves in need of affirmative action. Adland is no exception.
by Herman Manson. Having initially failed to adapt internally to the rapidly changing agency environment, ad agencies are being forced to restructure.
by Carey Finn. Sports and entertainment specialist Levergy is neither short of ambition nor achievements.
by MarkLives. Jessica Yellin, Michelle Cavé, Tanya Kovarsky and Maciek Dubla each share something they believe their PR peers would benefit from reading. Cian Mac Eochaidh also gives some insight into BBBEE.
by Jarred Cinman. Did the MAC Charter lie to us? Have we, as an industry, been sent off on a wild-goose chase? Even those of us who’ve actually caught the geese find ourselves empty-handed.
by MarkLives. What are the expectations of South Africa’s marketing and advertising leaders for the industry in 2018? Next up is Johanna McDowell of Independent Agency Search and Selection Company.
by Jarred Cinman. This piece on black economic empowerment (BEE) is for those who desire transformation but for whom it keeps feeling just out of reach.
by TJ Njozela. My people, I’m just going to go straight into it. Sorry, not sorry.
by Lynn Madeley. The transformation conversation in marketing and comms in South Africa has had much less engagement from us white ad execs. Why?