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SME Survey 2018 focus on digital transformation

Digital transformation is having a massive impact on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa - but many are not even aware of it. This sector remains vitally important to the SA economy, so it is critical to understand how digitally prepared these entities are, and whether they are keeping pace with change, or whether many are being left behind.

40 minutes ago

The Fugard books on the Oasis Digital Network
The Fugard books on the Oasis Digital Network

The Fugard has come on board with Oasis Digital Networks in the Cape. This iconic and much-loved theatre venue hosts wonderful shows of the highest standard and we are excited to be part of promoting the arts in our city on the digital footprint. The creative we are currently running for their King Kong show is dynamic and visually appealing and impactful. Good content makes our footprint interesting to look at.

Issued by Oasis Digital Networks 1 hour ago

Corruption Watch launches hard-hitting animation video on anti-corruption day
Corruption Watch launches hard-hitting animation video on anti-corruption day

In commemoration of 9 December 2017, International Anti-Corruption Day, a UN-designated day to raise awareness of corruption around the world, Corruption Watch has released a satirical animation video that highlights how corruption affects us all and why it matters to hold our leaders to account.

Issued by Corruption Watch 2 hours ago

FCB Africa to power the Sasol brand
FCB Africa to power the Sasol brand

After a four-way pitch, FCB Africa has been appointed to handle the above-the-line marketing communication for Sasol.

Issued by FCB Africa 2 hours ago

Bite-Size Ballet performs a rain dance for the Western Cape
Bite-Size Ballet performs a rain dance for the Western Cape

With the winter rains now behind us and dam levels reaching record lows, the Western Cape's water crisis has the whole country talking. TBWA\Hunt Lascaris and Joburg Ballet wanted to contribute to the conversation while raising much-needed awareness around water conservation.

Issued by TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris 2 hours ago

The power of regional radio: CapeTalk, corporates and schools behind Cape's water challenge
The power of regional radio: CapeTalk, corporates and schools behind Cape's water challenge

CapeTalk radio in partnership with the Shoprite Group and the University of Stellenbosch recently announced a smart water roll-out with 100 schools which aims to save one million litres of water a day at schools across Cape Town.

Issued by Primedia Broadcasting 3 hours ago

Quack, quack: When consumer protection is all noise and no action
Quack, quack: When consumer protection is all noise and no action

On paper the South African legal system provides ample protection for consumers regarding false claims about so-called health products. But in reality, the truth is very different.

3 hours ago

It's no surprise, BMi Research's first bursary graduate is a star!
It's no surprise, BMi Research's first bursary graduate is a star!

Six years ago, BMi Research's commitment to upskill its employees, and provide them with access to additional studies, was brought to life with the launch of a new staff bursary programme. This year it came full circle, with the first employee to benefit from that initiative, Surprise Rapitsi, successfully completing her BCom in Business Management.

Issued by BMi Research 3 hours ago

Clickatell awarded for 3 billion SMSs across Africa
Clickatell awarded for 3 billion SMSs across Africa

Over the last 12 months, Clickatell has delivered almost 3 billion messages across the African continent, achieving a 42% year-on-year growth - far ahead of the 4% projected CAGR growth for the overall A2P global messaging market (as defined by a recent study from Zion Market Research).

3 hours ago

Terry Savage, chairman of Cannes Lions.
Chairman to leave Cannes Lions

Terry Savage, chairman of Cannes Lions, will leave the Festival following the 2018 event. Savage has been associated with Lions for 33 years, initially as the representative for Australia, then as CEO, and for the last decade as chairman.

5 hours ago

Less than 30% of Africa's e-commerce startups profitable
Less than 30% of Africa's e-commerce startups profitable

Less than 30% of African e-commerce startups are profitable, as ventures tackle issues such as lack of funding, shortage of trust and logistical difficulties.

By Gabriella Mulligan 3 days ago

US lawyers investigate MultiChoice payments
US lawyers investigate MultiChoice payments

Naspers's hopes of a speedy resolution to the high-profile controversy around payments its 80% subsidiary MultiChoice made to SABC and ANN7 were dealt a hefty blow on Tuesday, 5 Decemeber 2017, when a US law firm, specialising in class actions, announced it was investigating the company.

By Ann Crotty 6 Dec 2017

Is digital advertising worth all the hype?
Is digital advertising worth all the hype?

I read an article recently where the reporter said, inter alia that, "internet advertising is up by 13% from 2015 to 2016," and it was based on information from a usually credible source...

By Chris Brewer 4 Dec 2017