365 Johnnie Walker statues stride to end woman and child abuse in South Africa
365 Johnnie Walker statues stride to end woman and child abuse in South Africa

On the morning of 9 November 2017, residents of Johannesburg awoke to the sight of 365 Striding Men 'walking' the iconic Nelson Mandela Bridge, prompting the whole of South Africa to ask, who are they? And why have they come?

Issued by McCann Johannesburg 14 Dec 2017

TLC Marketing Worldwide gives some TLC to the Diepsloot Community Loving and Care Centre
TLC Marketing Worldwide gives some TLC to the Diepsloot Community Loving and Care Centre

TLC Marketing Worldwide has finally fulfilled its dream of making over the Diepsloot Community Loving and Care Centre in order to improve the learning environment of the young children at the Early Childhood Centre Development (ECD). In partnership with JAM South Africa, employees from as far as Italy and Portugal, together with the Johannesburg team worked on the make over the Diepsloot Community Loving and Care Centre.

Issued by TLC Marketing Worldwide 13 Dec 2017

KwaZulu-Natalians raise hundreds of thousands for Toy Story
KwaZulu-Natalians raise hundreds of thousands for Toy Story

The people of KwaZulu-Natal have pledged R749,631 in an amazing display of generosity during this year's Toy Story Corporate Challenge Day, at Gateway Theatre of Shopping. In the twelve-hour drive to raise funds celebrities and radio personalities joined forces by taking calls for East Coast Radio Toy Story, in partnership with Game.

Issued by East Coast Radio 13 Dec 2017

BASA expands Creative Futures Business Engagement into Ethiopia
BASA expands Creative Futures Business Engagement into Ethiopia

Business and Arts South Africa is significantly expanding its African partnership initiative with the implementation of Creative Futures programme's Business Engagement in Ethiopia.

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 13 Dec 2017

#SiemensAirDrop: Travellers from Joburg to Cape Town encouraged to exchange baggage allowance for water
#SiemensAirDrop: Travellers from Joburg to Cape Town encouraged to exchange baggage allowance for water

Cape Town is suffering one of the worst droughts in more than a century with dam levels around 35% and Day Zero predicted for late April 2018. This festive season Gautengers will descend on a drought-ravaged Mother City, putting more strain on water supply. On Friday, 15 December, they will be encouraged to exchange five kilos of their on-flight baggage allowance for five litres of water in a social experiment to help raise awareness about the need to use water extremely sparingly in the Cape.*

12 Dec 2017

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 11 Dec 2017

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 11 Dec 2017