Keegan Basil, a 24-year-old radio presenter of The KeeganB Show on Hashtag Radio, recently started his own YouTube channel with the same title. Basil aims to use the platform to inform South Africa and the world of the talent that exists in this country, starting off with a focus on entrepreneurship and events.
Pasqua Heard 25 Jul 2016
Leaders have rarely had a more challenging time. Rapid technological disruption, a rebalance of world power, continuing economic uncertainty following the 2008 financial crisis - these factors and more combine to create a highly volatile and increasingly complex decision-making environment.
Andre Fourie 25 Jul 2016
The IAB SA, in partnership with Millward Brown, has released the results of its first industry-endorsed digital salary survey. It benchmarks the salaries of specialist skills, relevant to the South African digital marketing and communication industry and relevant to the scale of agencies, which otherwise was ill-defined.
25 Jul 2016
This is the golden age of content marketing and nowhere is this more evident than in digital. Content marketing allows brands to go beyond the product push to entertain, enlighten and seduce audiences with useful information aligned with the brand's strategy and target market. But chances are if everyone in the room is singing, a large number will be off-key. So here are some important points to ensure your content marketing is on-point.
Nowadays, there are thousands of blogs covering topics such as fashion, health, education, entertainment, business and lifestyle. Though starting a blog is relatively easy, there are some mistakes which can prove detrimental in your blogging journey.
Charles Mburugu 21 Jul 2016
The emergence of PDF technology has changed the way users handle the electronic documents. There are many benefits of PDF documents including smaller size, powerful security, and universal deployment. Thanks to the PDF format, the transition from paper documents to digital documents has become very quick and easy.
Docs.Zone 19 Jul 2016
Trade is in Africa's blood. Its rich resources, numerous societies and access to the world have created a hotbed of trade civilisations. One could go back millennia to the early kingdoms around the continental horn - the forefathers and peers of the Ancient Egyptian world - or the mysterious Kingdom of Nok in West Africa as examples.
Brett Parker 18 Jul 2016