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Green shoots at last in the property sector?
Green shoots at last in the property sector?Article

Following the elections, there are signs of increased activity in the property market which may signal a possible upturn, says Gary Palmer, CEO, Paragon Lending Solutions...

Gary Palmer 2 hours ago

Health workers burying a child who died of Ebola in the DRC’s North Kivu province. Hugh Kinsella Cunningham/EPA
Radical ideas are needed to break the DRC's Ebola outbreak. Here are someArticle

The Ebola virus is again terrorising an African nation. The current outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) continues to spread after it first appeared 10 months ago...

Mosoka Fallah 3 hours ago

Cyber insurance is your companies' double-layer safety net
Cyber insurance is your companies' double-layer safety netArticle

The risk landscape has changed rapidly over the last few years, making it a bit reckless not to consider cyber insurance...

17 hours ago

Why storytelling is so crucial in marketing
Why storytelling is so crucial in marketingArticle

Intrusive, selfish, and egocentric marketing tactics no longer work in the way they used to. Clients see through gimmicks and turn their back away from companies that push unwanted products and services on them. So, what can the creative business owner do to replace this outdated form of marketing?...

Chanelle Segerius-Bruce 18 hours ago

Backyard farming key to food security in cities
Backyard farming key to food security in citiesArticle

Revising regulations to increase backyard gardening in cities could be key to sustainable food production in sub-Saharan Africa...

1 day ago

Nabantu: An imminent evolution contributing to a new era of business
Nabantu: An imminent evolution contributing to a new era of businessArticle

True North Coaching and Consulting embraces the evolutionary compass, and heads into a brand-new direction...

Issued by Channel Reach 1 day ago

Image supplied. From left to right: Paula Hulley from the IAB, Dan Pinch from King James, Ansa Leighton, from DQ&A, Razia van der Schuur from Change News Digital (ex. IOL), Karyn Strybos from Everlytic, and Godfrey Parkin of Britefire.
IAB Insight Series: How relevant content can deliver results across digital channelsArticle

The IAB Insight Series recently held its 5th episode, discussing how content across digital channels and devices can deliver the results we need...

Juanita Pienaar 2 days ago

D&AD Awards announces its full shortlist
D&AD Awards announces its full shortlistArticle

The D&AD Awards has announced its full shortlist with 25 shortlisted pieces for SA, putting us at 12th for country ranking based on finalists...

2 days ago

Rendering of Japan's 2020 Olympic stadium. Source: Renewable Energy World
How Japan's renewables-powered Olympics could kick off a global race for clean energyArticle

Japan is aiming to host the first Olympic Games powered solely by renewable sources...

Niki J P Alsford 2 days ago

Advertising in the competitive telecommunications, broadband and connectivity landscape
Advertising in the competitive telecommunications, broadband and connectivity landscapeArticle

On 31 May, Ornico and Financial Mail will host the next AdForum event, where a panel of advertising industry experts will analyse recently flighted print, television and radio advertising in the telecommunications and broadband sectors...

Issued by Ornico 2 days ago

With engagement and education, reusing wastewater can become the norm
With engagement and education, reusing wastewater can become the normArticle

When it comes to developing technological solutions to the world's problems, social processes matter as much as the scientific ones...

Dalia Saad 3 days ago

Why branding is so important
Why branding is so importantArticle

With strategies to fine-tune, employees to hire and that ever-growing stack of bills to pay, branding your new business may be pretty low on your list of priorities.

Kirsti Buick, Issued by Friends of Design 17 May 2019

Changing lives is good business
Changing lives is good businessArticle

These days, a good B-BBEE score is essential if you're going to be competitive in the South African market. Most companies put a lot of time and money into meeting their B-BBEE obligations, but few have truly maximised their corporate social investment strategy to support their core business - particularly in the creative fields.

Issued by Friends of Design 17 May 2019

Friends of Design Game students bring Iziko Museum exhibit to life
Friends of Design Game students bring Iziko Museum exhibit to lifeArticle

Simulating realistic professional projects for their students is a core part of the Friends of Design Academy of Digital Arts' approach to creative education. When it comes to their Game Graphics and Multimedia Entertainment Department, however, the Academy is simulating far more than just a real-world client experience.

Issued by Friends of Design 17 May 2019

The confessions of a grocery shopper
The confessions of a grocery shopperArticle

A recent article in an inflight magazine caught our attention. The article was headlined something along the lines of "what type of grocery shopper are you?"...

Issued by All Told 17 May 2019

Jellyfish Scoops Drum's Performance Agency of the Year
Jellyfish Scoops Drum's Performance Agency of the YearArticle

Digital marketing partner, Jellyfish, has scooped up Performance Agency of the Year at this year's Global Drum Search Awards. The award ceremony took place in London this year...

Issued by Jellyfish South Africa 17 May 2019

The dilemma of leadership in the advertising and media industry
The dilemma of leadership in the advertising and media industryArticle

How are leaders in our industry chosen? Often, the position goes to someone who is 'likeable' and a natural 'people's person'. Oh, and often very good at their job. But is that the real qualities that we need in a leader? I don't think so...

Chris Botha 16 May 2019

5 technologies transforming the online ticketing business
5 technologies transforming the online ticketing businessArticle

As a sub-industry of online retail, ticketing and event management are being shaped to engage consumers in unprecedented ways...

James Tagg 16 May 2019

Plastic warms the planet twice as much as aviation - here's how to make it climate-friendly
Plastic warms the planet twice as much as aviation - here's how to make it climate-friendlyArticle

We're all too aware of the consequences of plastics in the oceans and on land. However, beyond the visible pollution of our once pristine habitats, plastics are having a grave impact on the climate too...

Laurie Wright 15 May 2019

Lease agreements in a volatile economic climate
Lease agreements in a volatile economic climateArticle

As many retailers are looking to go digital and shrink their physical presence, lease agreements need to be fair and reasonable to protect both tenant and landlord in a volatile economic climate...

Nabeela Edris 15 May 2019

Brand Africa partnership to launch Africa's Best Brands
Brand Africa partnership to launch Africa's Best BrandsArticle

African Media Agency partners with Brand Africa to launch the 7th Annual Brand Africa 100: Africa's Best Brands...

15 May 2019

Knowledge and emotion are central to the service industry
Knowledge and emotion are central to the service industryArticle

The services industry forms an important part of South Africa's economy and it provides many jobs. Service excellence is a core element of brand reputation and is rooted in customer satisfaction, which can only be achieved if a company truly understands its customers and their expectations.

Issued by Ask Afrika 15 May 2019

Unemployment increases in first quarter of 2019
Unemployment increases in first quarter of 2019Article

South Africa's unemployment rate increased by 0.5% point to 27.6% compared to the fourth quarter of 2018...

14 May 2019

Géraldine Baché.
'Another Africa is possible - a creative Africa'Article

Animation du Monde 2020 in Francophone Africa and head judge and mentor announced...

14 May 2019

5 ways to make the small print the big idea
5 ways to make the small print the big ideaArticle

The advertising industry has evolved into a science. It now pursues statistics to support marketing decisions and often applies this mandate to the creative product too...

Sheila McGillivray, Issued by One Lady & A Tribe 14 May 2019

Project management 2.0 - introducing the delivery leader
Project management 2.0 - introducing the delivery leaderArticle

The nature of work has changed fundamentally over the past decade or so, and long-used ways of working have fallen short in the new digital-driven, fast-paced and hyper-competitive business landscape...

Justine Grimmer 13 May 2019

#TechBytes 9: Agile Marketing Metrics
#TechBytes 9: Agile Marketing MetricsArticle

#TechBytes is a nine-part video mini-series that shares nine simple steps any business can apply to generate qualified leads...

13 May 2019

#TechBytes 8: Implementing agile marketing
#TechBytes 8: Implementing agile marketingArticle

#TechBytes is a nine-part video mini-series that shares nine simple steps any business can apply to generate qualified leads...

13 May 2019

#AfricaMonth: Q&A with photographer Mário Macilau
#AfricaMonth: Q&A with photographer Mário MacilauArticle

Award-winning Mozambican artist Mário Macilau will be exhibiting his solo show, titled Faith: Rituals, Spirit & Sea in collaboration with Ed Cross Fine Art in London, at Guns & Rain in Johannesburg...

Ruth Cooper 13 May 2019

Sappi results for second financial quarter ended March 2019
Sappi results for second financial quarter ended March 2019Article

The business continued to be supported by the investments made in recent years to diversify the product portfolio with packaging and specialities sales volumes for the group up 18% and dissolving wood pulp (DWP) increasing by 16% year-on-year...

Issued by Sappi 13 May 2019

Quarter 1 2019 multi-platform data release
Quarter 1 2019 multi-platform data releaseArticle

Newspaper circulation declined by 1.4% compared to the previous quarter, and by 5% on the prior year, while daily newspaper circulation declined by 2.6% on the previous quarter, but increased by 10.5% on the prior year...

Issued by Audit Bureau of Circulations 10 May 2019

Chocolate puts Ivory Coast on top in Africa's agriculture trade
Chocolate puts Ivory Coast on top in Africa's agriculture tradeArticle

Chocolate can certainly get one some brownie points, and no way is this truer than in Ivory Coast which in 2018 reported the largest agricultural trade balance in value terms in Africa, an amount of $5.1bn...

Wandile Sihlobo 10 May 2019

#OneShow2019: All the SA winners!
#OneShow2019: All the SA winners!Article

The One Club for Creativity's Creative Week 2019 has come to an end. Here's how SA scored at the ADC and One Show award ceremonies held throughout the week...

9 May 2019

Scenes from the overall Best in Show (Dream Crazy) as well as SA's Pencil-winning work from the final night of #OneShow2019 (Breaking Ballet and Return to Chapman's Peak).
#OneShow2019: Final night's results!Article

The second of two award nights for One Show 2019 is done and dusted, having taken place at Cipriani Wall Street earlier on Friday, 10 May, with South Africa bringing home a further Silver and Bronze Pencil...

9 May 2019

Magazines ABC Q1 2019: No surprises as decline continues
Magazines ABC Q1 2019: No surprises as decline continuesArticle

The magazine category offered no surprises in the Audit Bureau of Circulations of South Africa's (ABC) first quarter (Q1) of 2019, with declining circulations of the past few years continuing...

Danette Breitenbach 9 May 2019

2019 Eco-Logic Awards finalists announced
2019 Eco-Logic Awards finalists announcedArticle

The finalists in the eighth annual Eco-Logic Awards, presented by The Enviropaedia, have been announced with the awards to be presented on 5 June, World Environment Day...

9 May 2019

Why NGOs in Africa must respect village headmen and hierarchies
Why NGOs in Africa must respect village headmen and hierarchiesArticle

Almost every global development body, from the World Bank to small, single-issue NGOs, claims to listen to or work with "the community"...

Thomas McNamara 9 May 2019

Scenes from SA's Pencil-winning work from the first night of #OneShow2019.
#OneShow2019: First night results!Article

The first of two award nights for One Show 2019 is done and dusted, having taken place at the Ziegfeld Ballroom earlier on Wednesday, 8 May, with Africa bringing home 1 gold and 4 bronze pencils...

7 May 2019

Food Lover's Market launches Hunger Month campaign
Food Lover's Market launches Hunger Month campaignArticle

Food Lover's Market has launched its annual Hunger Month initiative - a month-long in-store campaign aimed at raising awareness and funds for meals...

7 May 2019

Why South African voters are resisting mobile political campaigns
Why South African voters are resisting mobile political campaignsArticle

Mobile technology will arguably go down in history as the most successful innovation of our lifetime. Mobile devices, especially phones, are ubiquitous in large parts of the world...

Daniel K. Maduku 7 May 2019

Improving CX with AI
Improving CX with AIArticle

Better customer experience (CX), which leads to improved customer satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy, is a goal across many organisations...

6 May 2019

Savings rate drops to all-time low, reveals underlying issues
Savings rate drops to all-time low, reveals underlying issuesArticle

The Investec GIBS Savings Index hit an all-time low in 2018 of 56.6 in the first quarter of the year...

6 May 2019

The role of rural women in making home brew: a Rwandan case study
The role of rural women in making home brew: a Rwandan case studyArticle

Across sub-Saharan Africa traditional non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are made from locally available produce like cereals, fresh milk, fruits, and vegetables...

Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu 6 May 2019

None of South Africa’s political parties are offering middle class black people a home. shutterstock
South Africa's black middle class is battling to find a political homeArticle

South Africa's black middle class is growing numerically - and growing politically restive. But does it see the world differently from others? Does this translate into voting behaviour?

David Everatt 3 May 2019

Measles virus. Design_Cells/Shutterstock
Measles: should vaccinations be compulsory?Article

Following a measles outbreak in Rockland County in New York State, authorities there have declared a state of emergency, with unvaccinated children barred from public spaces...

Tom Solomon 3 May 2019

It's not clear where human rights fit in the legal ruling on athlete Caster Semenya
It's not clear where human rights fit in the legal ruling on athlete Caster SemenyaArticle

On May 1 the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) issued a highly anticipated ruling involving athlete Caster Semenya...

Annette Greenhow 3 May 2019

Season two of Fox's espionage thriller, Deep State, to premiere on 15 May 2019
Season two of Fox's espionage thriller, Deep State, to premiere on 15 May 2019Article

Fox Networks Group (FNG) Europe & Africa has announced that Deep State season two will air globally in 2019...

Issued by Fox Networks Group 2 May 2019

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