by Lebogang Tshetlo & Charles Mathews. “Every person is unique and, when it comes to transformation from a career perspective… nothing has changed for me,” says Bradlee Holcomb.
by Charlie Mathews. The Havas Southern Africa head of PR talks to MarkLives about identity, race, power, sexism and change in the marketing sector.
by MarkLives. Keri-Ann Stanton of Avatar is the next key female executive to give us her assessment of the state of adland.
by Herman Manson. The latest to cause outrage is Business Day, which has just run an editorial headlined “EDITORIAL: Don’t fire the messenger.”
Following our story on how The Huffington Post published a blog post by Jeffrey Hoffman on the 2010 World Cup, before pulling it without explanation, we can now reveal that Hoffman was passing them second hand goods and racist nonsense to boot. The Huffington Post story, titled ‘Could The 2010 World Cup Be A Disaster In the Making?’ was published January 14, 2010. It was also published January 30, 2008 on several sites owned by Hoffman, including delraybeachwebcam.com and firstwebcam.com, under the headline ‘The 2010 World Cup in South Africa – A Disaster In the Making’.
This Anti Xenophobia activist poster campaign by Sindiso Nyoni are based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights articles, and address the xenophobic attacks of May/ June 2008 in South Africa.