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#IABInsightSeries: IAB SA 2021 predictions
#IABInsightSeries: IAB SA 2021 predictionsArticle

The IAB SA recently hosted its 22nd insight webinar on Zoom, featuring IAB SA members Jarred Cinman, Ann-Mari Höfinger, Noah Makholwa, Karyn Strybos and Melissa Kariuki...

Jessica Tennant 2 Dec 2020

Digital communication trends that will boost your business in 2021
Digital communication trends that will boost your business in 2021Article

With more people and businesses moving online, what will 2021 hold when it comes to digital communication? And what can companies do to prepare for what is coming?

James Bayhack 30 Nov 2020

#BizTrends2020: How diminishing trust is changing the PR and comms game
#BizTrends2020: How diminishing trust is changing the PR and comms gameArticle

There are three main forces that will fundamentally shape the world of PR and business communications in 2020 and beyond...

Kevin Welman 19 Dec 2019

Daniel Munslow, independent communications consultant.
#BizTrends2018: Are you a reputational resilience expert or crisis fodder?Article

2017 was not a good year for companies handling crises. The number of casualties was alarming. We had our pick of it - from motoring, to beverages, to aviation, and everything in between...

Daniel Munslow 4 Jan 2018

#BizTakeouts: Alan Bloom chats NPO's and communication trends
#BizTakeouts: Alan Bloom chats NPO's and communication trendsAudio

Hein Kaiser from Mix 93.8 FM, chats to Alan Bloom, Chief Business Development and Brand Officer of NPO RED, an organization founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver, about NPO’s, communication trends and re-imagining the value chain, on his latest Marketing & Media show.

13 Dec 2017

Owning the future of PR and leadership through innovative communication
Owning the future of PR and leadership through innovative communicationArticle

PRISA's 2017 National Conference in May is set out to convene futurists, business leaders and communication professionals to discuss key issues surrounding innovation, communication and leadership...

Issued by PRISA 14 Mar 2017

Big data and social media: The new normal for HR
Big data and social media: The new normal for HRArticle

Big data and social media are buzzwords reverberating throughout the business world today, and for good reason...

Phil de Kock 22 Feb 2017

Baard and Welman.
#InnovationMonth: Introducing ByDesign CommunicationsArticle

Today sees the launch of ByDesign Communications, the communcations company with a challenger mentality that's set to be innovative and different by design...

Leigh Andrews 5 Sep 2016

Thulo and Paulsen
#Loeries2016: The prominence of PRArticle

This year's Loerie Awards include a new Public Relations Communication category. PRISA's two-day PR-themed conference also forms part of Loeries® Creative Week™ Durban. Here's why you simply can't ignore PR as part of the creativity mix...

Leigh Andrews 16 Aug 2016

PRISA at the Loeries
PRISA at the LoeriesArticle

PRISA, the recognised leader of the public relations and communication management profession in southern Africa, is the official sponsor of the Loeries Public Relations Communication category...

Issued by PRISA 21 Jul 2016

AtHoc enhances its rapid response crisis communications
AtHoc enhances its rapid response crisis communicationsArticle

AtHoc has announced new capabilities focus on automation tools, rules engine and alert flow to reduce labour-intensive activities, while accelerating response...

7 Jun 2016

World PR Forum selects South African communication consultant
World PR Forum selects South African communication consultantArticle

The World PR Forum has selected South African communication consultant, Daniel Munslow, to speak at the 2016 World Public Relations Forum in Toronto, Canada...

15 Mar 2016

The DStv Seminar of Creativity's exciting line-up
The DStv Seminar of Creativity's exciting line-upArticle

A highlight of Loeries Creative Week Durban is the DStv Seminar of Creativity, where seven global leaders in creativity will share insights on brand communication trends by interpreting the topic 'Creativity Adds'...

Issued by The Loeries 31 Jul 2015

Get automation to simplify your sales and marketing functions
Get automation to simplify your sales and marketing functionsArticle

No phrases strike fear into the hearts of marketers faster than 'big data' and 'programmatic media buying', but they're crucial for simplifying your work life...

Leigh Andrews 10 Jun 2015

'Advancing Africa' at APRA conference
'Advancing Africa' at APRA conferenceArticle

Members of the African Public Relations Association (APRA) will meet in Mauritius for the 26th annual conference themed 'Advancing Africa' from 28-30 May 2014.

27 May 2014

International insight into business communication
International insight into business communicationArticle

ECCO International Communications has released the top five do's and don'ts trends for best communication practices for businesses, following an international survey conducted in 40 countries.

28 Sep 2013

Scottish TV content on the rise
Scottish TV content on the riseArticle

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: The level of expenditure on television content produced in Scotland increased again in 2009, Ofcom's annual Communications Market Report has revealed. Scotland now accounts for 3.6% of all networked programme spend by the four public service broadcasters across the UK, up from 2.5% in 2008.

3 Sep 2010

PRISA conference proposes new world order
PRISA conference proposes new world orderArticle

The Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA) has devised a theme for its national conference, Africa on Top, which envisages a new world order where an African super power has assumed the pivotal position of influence on world affairs and the global guardian of democracy and freedom.

12 Aug 2010

Fleishman Hillard SA hosts African counterparts
Fleishman Hillard SA hosts African counterpartsArticle

Fleishman Hillard (FH) South Africa recently hosted the MDs from its African partner offices in Joburg to discuss the building of African PR capacity in the wake of recovering business levels and the run-up to the World Cup. The meeting saw partners representing Egypt, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Mauritius, Zambia and Cape Town in attendance.

15 Apr 2010

The media search is onArticle

Which media, technology and telecommunication trends will shake up the sector this year? Deloitte's “2010 Technology, Media and Telecommunication (TMT) Predictions” report has identified three main trends in each category.

Matebello Motloung 1 Feb 2010

PRISA gets 2010 communication tips
PRISA gets 2010 communication tipsArticle

The inaugural 2010 PRISA breakfast late last week featured Linda Hamman and Daniel Munslow of Talk2Us on the importance of internal and external communication strategy in 2010 and beyond. These included insights based on both local and global research, demonstrating how internal communications is a key enabler to external communications and the brand promises that are made to the public via various channels.

26 Jan 2010

[2010 trends] 10 communication trends for SA
[2010 trends] 10 communication trends for SAArticle

Unquestionably, 2010 will be a more positive year for the South African media, marketing and communications industry, not least of which will be the fruition of many years of passion and commitment to host of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Gisele Wertheim-Aymes 12 Jan 2010

Predicting consumers' future wants, needs
Predicting consumers' future wants, needsArticle

If you knew everything about tomorrow - what would you do differently today? The answer to that is probably everything.

Dr Dunja Kartte 23 Jul 2009

Communication trends to be mindful of in 2009
Communication trends to be mindful of in 2009Article

Filter failure, ultra-niching, mobile strategies and your Ps and Qs are all things you should be mindful of in 2009. If, however, you too are suffering from information overload despite it only being January, read on.

Catherine Lückhoff 16 Jan 2009

Issa Sikiti da Silva
Foreign media speak out over Africa reportingArticle

The 2008 International Media Forum South Africa (IMFSA) that ended yesterday, Thursday, 22 May 2008, in Johannesburg, provided a viable platform for representatives of foreign media to ‘clear their names' about allegations flying around that they only focus on Africa's negative reporting, thus betraying the dark continent. CNN Africa bureau chief Kim Norgaard lashed out at critics, saying there is nothing better than reporting on the full picture of Africa to help change people's lives.

Issa Sikiti da Silva 23 May 2008

Aggregrating online coverage of xenophobic attacks
Aggregrating online coverage of xenophobic attacksArticle

African social media and news aggregator Afrigator last night, Wednesday, 21 May 2008, launched a page dedicated to the xenophobic attacks currently happening, tracking blog posts, news, podcasts and videos. The dedicated page is similar to the one created for the violence in Kenya that occurred after elections beginning of the year.

Simone Puterman 22 May 2008

Louise Burgers
ANC deputy president condemns “ugly, barbaric” attacksArticle

ANC deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe told the International Media Forum in Johannesburg this morning, Thursday, 22 May 2008, that attacks on foreign nationals over the past week was an attack on the values of our civil society in South Africa and needed to be condemned as hate crimes. He called on all South Africans to condemn these barbaric acts.

Louise Marsland 22 May 2008

Chris Moerdyk
Communications chaos over xenophobia crisisArticle

Communication by national, provincial and local government in response to the spate of what has become known as the “Xenophobia violence” has been nothing short of pointless and pathetic.

Chris Moerdyk 22 May 2008

Issa Sikiti da Silva
‘Xenophobic attacks hurt SA's image abroad'Article

As demand for news on Africa continues to increase overseas, what Africa does or does not matters the most, due to economic reasons. Many speakers at the 2008 International Media Forum SA (IMFSA) currently taking place in Bryanston, Johannesburg, said that the latest xenophobic attacks have deeply hurt South Africa's image abroad and could scare away investors and tourists. Meanwhile, Government spokesperson Themba Maseko told delegates that these attacks were unacceptable but orchestrated and caught Government off-guard.

Issa Sikiti da Silva 22 May 2008

Issa Sikiti da Silva
SA press freedom not under threat - PahadArticle

The African National Congress (ANC)'s proposal for the creation of a Media Appeals Tribunal (MAT) has put the party on collision course with media analysts, editors and journalists, who fear that such a process will curtail media liberties. But speaking at the International Media Freedom of SA (IMFSA) that opened yesterday, Wednesday 21 May 2008, in Bryanston, Johannesburg, Minister in the Presidency Essop Pahad has said that SA press freedom is not under threat.

Issa Sikiti da Silva 22 May 2008

Mbeki's xenophobic response too late - Financial TimesArticle

President Thabo Mbeki put out a strong statement on the xenophobic attacks in and around Johannesburg this week - but it should have been done last week, immediately when the crisis erupted, said the Financial Times correspondent in South Africa, Alec Russell, speaking on Wednesday, 21 May 2008. at the International Media Forum conference in Bryanston, Johannesburg.

22 May 2008

Engaging with the international mediaArticle

Against the background of a terrifying week of xenaphobic attacks in South African townships, displacing more than 20 000 immigrants from their homes in Gauteng, the International Media Forum in Johannesburg is addressing the issue of SA's image abroad and how to engage with the international media. is blogging and reporting from the event today and tomorrow, 21 - 22 May 2008.

21 May 2008

Launch of MediaClubSouthAfrica.comArticle

The International Marketing Council (IMC) of South Africa, custodian of Brand South Africa, today, Wednesday, 21 May 2008, launched, a web-based media service for all who want to track the country's progress and achievements in the build-up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup and beyond. The launch took place at the International Media Forum South Africa (IMFSA) which opened in Bryanston today.

21 May 2008

Business, tourism leaders call for decisive action on attacksArticle

Both Moeketsi Mosola, CEO of South African Tourism, and Jerry Vilakazi, CEO of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA), yesterday, Tuesday, 20 May 2008, added their support to the calls by the President, senior government officials and other leaders for an immediate stop to attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa.

21 May 2008

Xenophobic violence explodes in South AfricaArticle

NEWSWATCH: South Africans, along with the world's media, are looking on in horror as xenophobic violence flares out of control across Gauteng, targeting immigrants in townships surrounding the economic heartland of the country. New media technologies bring the terror to light in awful technicolour as The Times video of a man burning to death is forwarded around the world before one can say, “How on earth did we get here again?”

19 May 2008

Louise Burgers
WPC8 delivers an intensive conference programmeArticle

The World Print and Communication Congress (WPC8) being hosted in Cape Town in South Africa from the 24 - 28 January 2005, has an intense four-day programme of mainly international speakers across the disciplines of print, including design, newspapers, packaging, magazines and strategy.

Louise Marsland 11 Nov 2004

World Print Congress to wow Cape Town in January 2005Article

If you are serious about the future of the world printing and communications industry, there are a myriad of reasons not to miss out on the World Print and Communication Congress (WPC8) being hosted in Cape Town, South Africa from 24 - 28 January 2005.

31 Aug 2004

Louise Burgers
One voice, one profession...Article

In an interview with the Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA), to clarify issues raised by the industry and put certain regulatory initiatives into perspective, Louise Marsland, presents an edited version of the Q & A with Margaret Moscardi, PRISA executive director.

Louise Marsland 1 Jun 2003

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