A new survey of the high-tech habits of South Africa's students reveals that Facebook has become the default social network among students, with no less than 97% of respondents saying they use the social network. Twitter came in second at 67%, followed in third place by YouTube, with 44%. The most recent entrant into the social arena, WeChat, has already reached 22% of the student market.
Issued by Student Brands 5 Mar 2015 10:58
Tanya Phillipson has joined Boomtown as its production manager and is tasked with making challenging creative concepts a reality.
Issued by Boomtown 5 Mar 2015 10:56
Celebrating South Africa's unique qualities that are simply part of everyday life here, but which foreigners find quirky and unusual, Santam has launched a new TVC campaign, One-of-a-kind...
5 Mar 2015 10:39
HOMEMAKERS Expo this year saw its 22nd expo in Johannesburg. The exhibition dubbed as Gauteng's leading home lifestyle show filled the dome to the brim with exhibitors.
Issued by HOMEMAKERS 5 Mar 2015 10:32
Jim Nelson, a man who served as a translator between the American and Russian troops in Bosnia, tells a story about the Russians watching with bemused fascination as their unlikely allies designed their slides. One nonplussed Russian famously said, "If we ever had a war, while you are working on your PowerPoint, we would be killing you."
By Douglas Kruger 5 Mar 2015 08:05
Tapping into and conquering online marketing is something that interests every clear-headed marketer. But not every company - very few in fact - have the in-house expertise to tap into the metrics to help them accomplish this goal. Hence, Monocle...
Issued by DigitLab 3 Mar 2015 11:39
This year's entries for the annual Prism Awards, being announced on 19 April 2015, again attracted record entries, particularly in the Launch of a New Product, Service or Category. The judges will have to evaluate 213 entries across 37 categories.
2 Mar 2015 15:36
ProSiebenSat.1 Welt has announced the launch of a video-on-demand mobile app and website that allows German expats based in South Africa and 15 other countries to view German produced shows around the clock.
2 Mar 2015 11:56
At the conclusion of strategy sessions we identify objectives and allocate responsibilities with timelines. It's all very clear. But why then has it been found that strategy execution is the number one challenge facing global CEOs - even more important than innovation and geopolitical stability? A recent article in the Harvard Business Review alludes to the reasons why. In an (ongoing) study of 8,000 managers in 250 companies spanning a period of nine years, we find out that our most logical assumptions about why strategy execution fails are just plain wrong. 
By Sid Peimer 26 Feb 2015 06:17