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The Loeries appoints Tseliso Rangaka as new Chairman

Tseliso Rangaka, Executive Creative Director at Ogilvy Cape Town, has been appointed Chairman of the Loeries for the next two years. He takes over from Suhana Gordhan, Creative Director at FCB Africa, who ended her term as Chairwoman. The announcement was made during the first night of the 40th Loerie Awards on Friday, 17 August […]Read More

#ISeeYou: Sunu finds the beauty in ordinary South Africans for

Fresh from winning Gold, two Silvers and a Bronze at Cannes Lions last month, Egg Films’ director Sunu has released his most ambitious ad yet: #ISeeYou, Ogilvy Cape Town’s new campaign for Metropolitan that shifts the focus off the financial giant and onto its customers, with the message, “We see you. We’re for you.” The […]Read More

Kwesta & Ross ‘Dabone’ McDonald create a track in the

A world-first collaboration to find the sound of Jozi, the 011Beats music video features Kwesta and Dabone creating the sound of the ‘City of Gold’ – inside the new Volkswagen Polo Beats. After hearing Kwesta freestyle for DJ Sabby on The Best Drive on YFM, Volkswagen challenged the South African hip hop star to team […]Read More

Kyle Lewis’s colourful campaign for Volkswagen and Ogilvy

Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis has just completed his first campaign for Volkswagen and Ogilvy Cape Town, with two typically bold brand films perfectly matched to the Volkswagen Up’s positioning as “the bold car that takes you places.” These colourful brand films showcase a warmer side to Kyle, who’s made his name with intense music videos […]Read More

Egg directors going steady with happy clients

Egg Films’ New Year’s resolution was to avoid any one-night stands in 2016 (with the possible exception of their Loeries party). So far, so good, with three campaigns already flighting this year after second, third and fifth dates respectively with repeat clients Careers24, Standard Bank and Wimpy. Slim has now directed eight Standard Bank ads […]Read More

A SAFER SOCCER EXPERIENCE WITH VUVU-LYZA

In South Africa, soccer and vuvuzelas goes hand-in-hand. Castrol and Ogilvy Cape Town worked hand-in-hand to create vuvuzelas with a multi-purpose; offering fun and enjoyment at soccer games and also ensuring drivers arrive home safely. The breathalyzer test is the most commonly used method for alcohol testing, but can be extremely invasive. Castrol combined the […]Read More

Audi Q3 directed by Rob Malpage

In this dynamic commercial for Ogilvy Cape Town, Rob Malpage reveals both the sexy and rugged side to the new Audi Q3 – demonstrating that every condition is the perfect condition if you’re in a Q3. Rob reworked the original international brand commercial to make it specific to the Audi Q3 and for the South […]Read More

CAREERS 24 DIRECTED BY TERENCE NEALE FEATURES AT AD OF

The Careers24 three-part campaign for Ogilvy Cape Town directed by Terence Neale of Egg Films has featured in the top three best spots in Ad of the month as voted for by creatives in the industry. This follows its popularity on Ad of the Week for Marklives along with the campaign becoming a conversation starter […]Read More

New Careers 24 campaign directed by Terence Neale of Egg

Terence Neale of Egg Films has directed a new three-part campaign for Ogilvy Cape Town with the creative team of Chris Gotz, Oskar Petty and Monique Kaplan for Careers24. The premise of the commercials focuses on that often awkward and not-so-proud moment when asked what you do for a living. In a world where success […]Read More

Malo 8 directs pan-African Coke ad

Frieze Films’ Malo 8 recently directed Full House, Ogilvy Cape Town’s pan-African commercial for Coca-Cola. Conceptualised by Ogilvy’s creative team of Jacques Massardo, Ben de Villiers and Logan Broadley, the spot celebrates the way Coca-Cola and meals go better together. Malo and DOP Paul Gilpin shot the guests arriving in sequence, lighting the lounge so that the […]Read More