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Stephen Sandmann
Social media optimisation - what you need to know

South Africa's top brands invest heavily in social media. Research conducted by Fuseware and World Wide Worx this year revealed that 93% of leading brands use Facebook, 79% use Twitter, 58% use YouTube, 46% use LinkedIn and 28% use Pinterest. Their research also included an analysis of South Africa's leading 50 brands, which showed that each of these brands have an average of 58,000 Facebook fans and 12,785 Twitter followers.

By Stephen Sandmann 22 Aug 2014 10:48

Anton Harber
SA must put pressure on Swaziland to open society

I think SA should recall its ambassador to Swaziland and threaten to close our borders with the country. I am not joking. We need to put more pressure on our neighbour to start taking its own constitution seriously and show respect for human rights and development.

By Anton Harber 22 Aug 2014 06:21

Chemory Gunko
There's no such thing as a 10-page website

Come to think of it, there's no such thing as a 1-page website... or for that matter a R1000 website either.

By Chemory Gunko 21 Aug 2014 08:25

Harry Herber
Are we on the same planet?

I compare what I believe is incomparable: the United States with South Africa.

By Harry Herber 21 Aug 2014 07:34

SAARF-RAMS March 2014 - July 2014
SAARF-RAMS March 2014 - July 2014

This is the third SAARF RAMS release for 2014. See the special notes under "Universe" regarding new population figures.

20 Aug 2014 13:18

DA 'shames' Motsoeneng, SABC
DA 'shames' Motsoeneng, SABC

NEWSWATCH: The Democratic Alliance's court bid to have SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed 'shames' him and the SABC, according to his lawyer, reports BD Live. Other reports follow...

20 Aug 2014 07:15

Advertising industry must support local musicians
Advertising industry must support local musicians

I am dreaming of a day when the music and the advertising industries would consistently work together like hand in glove. In the early 80s, most adverts' musical scores were freshly produced by either budding musicians or established musicians themselves. This brings to mind adverts such as Body Mist, Jungle Oats, Cadbury Chomp etc.

By Bonnie Ramaila 20 Aug 2014 06:52

Film industry set to increase SA tourism
Film industry set to increase SA tourism

South Africa's varied landscapes, climate and variety of locations, which are able to pass for major cities or rural areas, has made the country an ideal destination for commercial film and TV productions.

19 Aug 2014 14:26

DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today
DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today

The Democratic Alliance's action to have the SABC's COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed from his position begins in court today. (video)

By Staff Reporter 19 Aug 2014 10:07

Always launches #LikeAGirl campaign
Always launches #LikeAGirl campaign

Always has launched the #LikeAGirl campaign to change the negative perception of the phrase and make #LikeAGirl a declaration that means downright amazing.

19 Aug 2014 08:28

South African PR practitioners can learn a lot from international PR professionals
South African PR practitioners can learn a lot from international PR professionals

Public relations in South Africa has not reached its full potential when we compare the industry to international standards...

By Thabiso Dlamini 19 Aug 2014 06:10

Please Call Me - the call that came too late
Please Call Me - the call that came too late

A matter which has sparked much debate over the years is that of the Vodacom Please Call Me case, in which former Vodacom employee, Nkosana Makate, sued the mobile telecommunications company for remuneration in respect of the Please Call Me concept.

By Janine Hollesen 18 Aug 2014 09:24

Anton Harber
A saga in three chapters

This is a tale in three chapters of behind-the-scenes newsroom intrigue and backstabbing. It will tell you something about journalism in this country and the state of one of our flagship newsrooms at the Sunday Times. I am not sure exactly what it will tell you, but I will leave it up to you to decide.

By Anton Harber 18 Aug 2014 05:35