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#OfficialMaskOfTheLoeries A Relevant And Innovative Brand Canvas For Creatives

Barron, Africa’s largest supplier of promotional products and Loeries partner in the Media Innovation Category, has launched a competition to find the ‘#OfficialMaskOfTheLoeries’ and invites the creative community to submit their creative face mask designs on social media. Musa Ndlovu, Marketing and Communications Manager at Barron, said: “For 30 years our company has offered a wide […]Read More

African Smiles And Local Creatives Support The Smile Foundation

African Smiles and local creatives support the Smile Foundation by designing inspiring face masks with a message. African Smiles has launched a new collection of 16 fabric face masks that are intended to inspire and uplift in more ways than one. Created by local designers, each mask holds a unique message of hope and happiness, […]Read More

Avatar Agency Acquires Durban FMCG Powerhouse Espresso

Avatar Agency Group, the largest fully black-owned agency group in South Africa, is expanding. It is growing its geographic footprint with the acquisition of Durban’s leading integrated independent agency, Espresso DBN. By doing so, it is also growing its below-the-line and shopper marketing capabilities to address the growing demand for insights-led FMCG and retail marketing. Espresso […]Read More

Apple Music Shines The Spotlight On Durban Singer Azana

Apple Music’s New Artist for August is Azana, a Durban born singer whose Neo-soul, Afro-pop and house body of work channels the vocal powers of heavyweight musicians such Camagwini, Simphiwe Dana, Letta Mbulu, Nina Simone and Erykah Badu. “I’m grateful to be one of the artists on the Apple Music New Artist Spotlight, this is […]Read More

RMB Turbine Art Fair 2020 Goes Virtual

RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) is a unique South African Art fair that brings together exhibitors from around the SADC region to present, sell and celebrate works. The fair is the epicentre of emerging  art in South Africa. It presents a space for the showcasing of established and new talent in an  environment that is […]Read More

Tshimologong To Help Grow Female-owned Tech businesses

Wits University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct kicks off its inaugural Ya Basadi in 4IR programme, with the financial support of J.P. Morgan. Ya Basadi, meaning ‘for women’ in Setswana, is an acceleration programme that will enable Tshimologong to support established small businesses in transitioning into both technology and/or technology-enabled companies with the purpose of optimising their operations quickly and efficiently. […]Read More

Unique Work From South Africa’s Fine Art Engine Room

Jozi’s iconic printmaking studio is selling a range of investment art in an initiative that will allow it to maintain its place as one of the engine rooms of the booming South African fine art scene. This selection highlights the extraordinary legacy of printmaking talent over the past two decades. It shines a light on […]Read More

#NoNikonOnSet #BlackOutNikonOnSet As Agencies Fight For Transformation

Nikon South Africa has come under fire from South African creative agencies after it took to social media to announce a new campaign, titled ‘Nikon Z50 Influencers’. The campaign follows seven South African videographers and photographers as they share “the moments they capture on their Nikon Z50” cameras. We are excited to introduce our new […]Read More

Meet Multi-disciplinary Artist Siwa Mgoboza

Siwa Mgoboza, born 1993 in Cape Town, holds a BA Fine Art from Michaelis School of Fine Art, UCT. Having been raised abroad for most of his life, the work of Mgoboza deals with the exploration of the globalized African sense of self, a Western upbringing and the liminal  space where these identities exist. Mgoboza […]Read More