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.
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Young, Gifted & Killing It: Justice Mukheli
by Veli Ngubane. This young artist/filmmaker/photographer is too humble to brag about his achievements and accolades, so I will.
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.
#BlackLivesMatter — and should for SA’s ad industry as well
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.
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.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: Hlamalani Sunshine Shibambo
by Veli Ngubane. Hlamalani Sunshine Shibambo is a hero. I’ve been running this column since 2016 and this interview brought me to tears.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: Jay Badza
by Veli Ngubane. The founder of Orchard on 25 represents the future of the communications industry: young, intelligent, brave and ambitious.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: Thabang Moleya
by Veli Ngubane. This award-winning director and entrepreneur, born and raised in Tembisa, is the co-founder of Seriti Films.
Young, Gifted & Killing It: Joe Human
by Veli Ngubane. Describing himself as a lifestyle curator and brand ID developer, Joe “Human” Nawaya is an entrepreneur and Creative Mind Space co-founder and director.
Young, Gifted & Killing It! 2019 in review
by Veli Ngubane. Young, Gifted & Killing It! 2019 has been a celebration of talent, excellence and of growth. Here’s our recap, along with their advice for young creatives wanting to get into the business.