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Want to know what was said on episode two of the Bizcommunity/Chai FM Marketing and Media radio show, hosted by Kevin Fine between 6pm and 7pm on Chai FM 101.9 in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 15 June 2011? Listen to the podcast now.
loveLife CEO Grace Matlhape spoke on loveLife 's success as a youth HIV prevention brand in South Africa and how it is developing revolutionaries to fight the scourge of AIDS.
In-studio guests included Net#work BBDO Rob McLennan ECD and IMC CEO Miller Matola, with both unpacking the latest industry news and South African branding innovations.
Ogilvy's group marketing director Lauren Woolf (@LSWoolf) joined us for an update on activity at Ogilvy South Africa worldwide and celebrations being planned for what would have been the 100th birthday of David Ogilvy on 23 June
Chris Moerdyk (@chrismoerdyk) also commented on the Protection of Personal Information Bill (aka Secrecy Bill) - hear if he thinks we could become a nanny state.
If you missed the show, listen to the podcast on the Chai FM site. The podcast is 49:55 minutes long.
Tune in next week from 6pm-7pm on Chai FM 101.9 in Johannesburg or via streaming audio at chaifm.ndstream.net to get the very best highlights of marketing and media news in South Africa and Africa.
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