Brendah Nyakudya-Dandala, founder of Content Candy.
Content Candy expands to Zimbabwe

South African digital and content marketing studio, Content Candy, is expanding its operations to Zimbabwe.

1 hour ago

(c) Jacek Dudzinski -
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube pressed over terror content

WASHINGTON - Terrorists and hate groups continue to get their propaganda onto social media platforms despite efforts by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to shut them down, a US Senate panel heard on Wednesday.

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Facebook agrees to widen probe of Brexit vote fake news
Facebook agrees to widen probe of Brexit vote fake news

LONDON - British lawmakers probing possible Russian interference in the Brexit referendum revealed on Wednesday that Facebook had agreed to broaden its own investigation into fake news around the vote, after the social media platform's initial efforts drew criticism.

2 hours ago

ADC Advertising, Interactive and Motion/Film Craft juries announced
ADC Advertising, Interactive and Motion/Film Craft juries announced

NEW YORK - The One Club for Creativity today announced full juries for the Advertising, Interactive and Motion/Film Craft categories of the ADC 97th Annual Awards.

18 hours ago

Escape the Januworry blues and enjoy economic freedom with OLX
Escape the Januworry blues and enjoy economic freedom with OLX

The world's leading classifieds platform, OLX, is on a mission to encourage South Africans to make and save money in order to be economically free this January. Most people have items in their homes that they do not need or use. So why not turn your "older" goods into cash?

Issued by DNA Brand Architects 19 hours ago

Body positive movement a significant trend for ladieswear in 2018
Body positive movement a significant trend for ladieswear in 2018

We recently saw a global clothing retailer unwittingly become the target of consumer fury locally, as a result of their sizing. A disgruntled customer pointed out on social media the visible disparity between the store's sizing compared to other local retailers' size equivalent, with the retailer in question responding that their sizing was in line with EU standards.

19 hours ago

Gwen Watkins
Grasping readers in tune with your vision

Many people prefer to process their information visually (V) and therefore think of the world in terms of visual references or pictures. Auditory (A) and kinaesthetic (K) people think primarily in sounds and feelings, but you want all of them to read and react to any content you may put out.

By Gwen Watkins, Issued by Freelancers Writing Services 19 hours ago

Indulge in all things Indian at Experience India feature at the Rand Show 2018
Indulge in all things Indian at Experience India feature at the Rand Show 2018

The organisers of the Rand Show are pleased to announce the launch of a new feature, Experience India, to be staged for the first time at Rand Show 2018 taking place from Friday, 30 March, to Sunday, 8 April.

Issued by Seven Colors Communications 20 hours ago

Kenya's Nailab selects 15 startups for Make-IT accelerator
Kenya's Nailab selects 15 startups for Make-IT accelerator

Kenyan incubator Nailab has announced the 15 startups that will take part in its Make-IT accelerator programme, designed to strengthen entrepreneurs' skills for scaling their businesses.

By Tom Jackson 1 day ago

#BehindtheSelfie with... Nkanyezi Masango
#BehindtheSelfie with... Nkanyezi Masango

This week, we go behind the selfie with Nkanyezi Masango, creative director at King James Group.

By Leigh Andrews 1 day ago

Boo-Yah! founder Carmen Murray launches The Connected Marketer in SA
Boo-Yah! founder Carmen Murray launches The Connected Marketer in SA

In the age of technology, the digital marketing and media industry continues to evolve at breakneck speed and consumers are becoming more and more technologically advanced.

Issued by Boo-Yah! 2 days ago

#BizTrends2018: Connecting travel brands in a meaningful way
#BizTrends2018: Connecting travel brands in a meaningful way

Once upon a time, 800 words on a page with a stunning image were enough to inspire customers to travel to a destination, stay in a resort or visit an attraction. Travel was one of those high-ticket items one didn't get to experience before it was bought. We were content not to experience what we were being sold, relying on the vivid pictures painted in words to entice us to crack open our passports and venture to far-off lands.

By Natalia Rosa 15 Jan 2018

Chris Moerdyk
Finding proof that print advertising is powerful

Print isn't dead. It's not even sick. And I aim to prove it this year.

By Chris Moerdyk, Issued by Chris Moerdyk 12 Jan 2018