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Karabo Poppy, Nandos and Education Africa Named As Finalists For

The 23rd Annual BASA Awards, partnered by Hollard, are once again shining a spotlight on indelible business and arts partnerships in seven categories. Every year is a celebration of the power of these collaborations but, as BASA CEO Ashraf Johaardien noted, this year they are more important than ever: “As the country and the world try to […]Read More

Meet Multi-disciplinary Artist Thembalethu Manqunyana

Thembalethu Manqunyana, born in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, is a painter, sculptor and printmaker who draws inspiration from Western theory and African art. He is influenced by the Neo-expressionism master, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Pablo Picasso’s Cubism period. Manqunyana creates his paintings using oil – making use of bright colours, and describes his style […]Read More

Q&A With Fran Luckin: New Chairperson Of Loeries Board

Fran Luckin, Chief Creative Officer at Grey Africa, was recently elected as the new Chairperson of the Loeries Board. Here are some of her thoughts on the role the Loeries plays in the creative industry, and what she hopes to accomplish as their chairperson over the coming months. What excites you about your new role […]Read More

ICYMI: United In Creativity With Doug Place Of Nando’s South

Doug Place, CMO of Nando’s chats with Zibusiso Mkhwanazi, CEO of Avatar Group about creativity during lockdown and life after Covid-19. United In Creativity is an initiative by SA Creatives to connect with industry leaders and creatives.  It was born at the start of lockdown to connect, share and inspire creatives during this period of uncertainty.   The first season had people like South African advertising industry […]Read More

Gen-Z Creatives Influencing Urban Youth Culture In 2020

The 18-24 urban youth space is one that many brands have struggled to crack because the audience is very a fickle and hard to please market with more access to information than any other generation. The access to information gives Gen-Z the advantage of having a wide variety of services and goods to pick from […]Read More

willowlamp’s Audacious ‘Audrey2’ Range To Light Up Nando’s

There’s really nothing hotter than South African design right now – just ask anyone who’s walked into a Nando’s restaurant anywhere in the world! These interiors feature bright and bold local designs that are sourced via the Nando’s Design Programme, Clout, and its online Portal to Africa – a dynamic catalogue of South African creativity. […]Read More

South African Design Programme Garners Global Recognition

The Nando’s design programme, Clout, is making waves for established and emerging creatives from South Africa – and the world is taking notice. Nando’s restaurants are well known globally, thanks to their distinctive flame-grilled chicken – but the chain is also becoming renowned for its staunch support of South African design. Nando’s’ progressive design programme, […]Read More

M&C Saatchi Abel Shines at APEX Awards 2017

Nando’s and Heineken’s Strongbow win key creative effectiveness awards for the first time… M&C Saatchi Abel landed APEX awards on both its entries for Nando’s and Heineken’s Strongbow Cider at the annual gala event held last week. The agency’s South Africa launch of Strongbow was the most successful launch globally for the Heineken Company, earning […]Read More


Brad Reilly, ECD at Net#work BBDO says that the Loeries this past weekend proved that South African agencies are starting to get it right when it comes to advertising across the continent. “Campaigns like those from Channel O, Nandos, Tusker and Ster Kinekor make being a creative in Africa something to be proud of,” says […]Read More