by Siwe Thusi. From the streets to the ether, the toyi-toying is now the sounds of ping notifications flooding in from hashtags in tweets and posts.
by Carey Finn. The group CEO and co-founder of the Africa Communications Media Group is passionate about African markets and the narratives in and around them.
by MarkLives. Veli Ngubane is our third panellist to tackle: “Are SA ad agencies and brands embracing an authentically African narrative and aesthetic or do they continue to imitate US and European work?”
by Kate Snyder. Our complexities are what ultimately make us human, first and foremost, and unpredictable consumers, secondly.
by Sean McCoy (@TheRealMcCoyTRM) While this column is not political in nature, it poses the question of how we might learn from brand conversations and initiatives internationally, in which social issues are being addressed.
Violent Adventure Tours™®© – an alternative South African marketing strategy
This self portrait poster series on the theme of xenophobia, based on the words of Mexican director and screenplay writer, Guillermo Del Torro, was created by Sindiso Nyoni, a Zimbabwean designer/ illustrator.
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.