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#BreakingBallet No. 8The incredible global success of Black Panther has placed Africa at the epicentre of contemporary popular culture. For centuries, this continent has been eroded and exploited by the forces of colonialism and globalisation. Through the fictional nation of Wakanda, the film gives us a glimpse of how Africa might have prospered had these forces never existed. Although we can never change our past, Black Panther shows us how important it is to protect and preserve our African-ness now and for future generations. 13 Apr 2018 Read more

The new Nissan Qashqai conquers the cityEurope's best-selling urban crossover, the Nissan Qashqai, has had a facelift. Designed for the city, it comes with a host of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features, making life in the city so much easier; hence the hashtag #Cityproof. 8 Mar 2018 Read more

TBWA\Hunt Lascaris upskills designers and creatives at Design IndabaLast week we attended the Design Indaba, which is a major highlight on the creative calendar in South Africa. With a line-up of speakers ranging from design thinkers, artists, architects and futurists from across the world, this is undoubtedly the hottest ticket in town. This year, three of our designers, Kayla Roelofsz, Itsoseng Matsane, and Sibusiso Mkhwanazi, experienced the Design Indaba for the first time. We asked them what they thought, what moved them, and what they believe are the trends that we as creative businesses should anticipate in the coming year. 1 Mar 2018 Read more

Breaking Ballet No. 06The latest in a series of bite-size ballets inspired by today's big stories... 24 Jan 2018 Read more

From bud to bloom - The story of a Standard Bank ProteaAs the official sponsor of the Proteas, Standard Bank is also the official sponsor of Regional Performance Centres (RPCs), which is a Cricket South Africa development programme that nurtures the Proteas of tomorrow. 8 Jan 2018 Read more

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