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The story behind Daily Maverick's Don't Shoot the Messenger podcast

Daily Maverick's Don't Shoot the Messenger podcast first aired in March 2020, coinciding with the beginning of the lockdown, and has since rolled out two seasons. Now they've just kicked off season three, a year later...

By Jessica Tennant 14 Apr 2021

#PulpNonFiction: The lessons we never learn

This week, Bronwyn Williams has been reading a version of Aesop's Fables written for adults and her favourite of these is the one about the frog king...

By Bronwyn Williams 12 Apr 2021

David Alexander on the state of music publishing in South Africa

David Alexander, newly appointed chair of Music Publishing Association of South Africa, shares insights on how to revolutionise the business of publishing....

By Evan-Lee Courie 9 Apr 2021

Marching to an African beat

The strong and bold rhythm of Africa is the emotive marching drum that has followed humanity from its cradle at the southern end of the continent to its rise in dominance over this world...

By Edward Herridge 6 Apr 2021

#PulpNonFiction: Wisdom or made of crowds?

This week Bronwyn Williams read two books, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, Financial Panics and Manias by Charles Mackay, and The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki...

By Bronwyn Williams 29 Mar 2021

Sony Music Publishing signs global deal with Gallo Music Publishers

Sony Music Publishing South Africa announced the signing of Gallo Music Publishers to a worldwide agreement...

24 Mar 2021

UJ creative writing competition adds new language categories

This year, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prize for South African Writing is expanding its language categories for creative writing submissions to include entries written in Sesotho sa Leboa and isiZulu...

23 Mar 2021

#OrchidsandOnions: Setting the standard

Blue and gold: Nothing tatty or condescending about this mag; Has good mix of corporate speak and stories about the common man...

By Brendan Seery 23 Mar 2021

#PulpNonFiction: Future you; is personal identity even a thing anymore?

Who are you? This sounds like a simple question, but really it's just about the hardest question there is. Philosophers have wrestled with it for millennia, and have still not settled on a definitive answer...

By Bronwyn Williams 22 Mar 2021

Take your brand and business marketing to the next level

Unlike other channels, Press Office newsrooms on Bizcommunity are an owned asset for brands, the place where PR or brand communications teams can communicate whatever, however and whenever they want...

Issued by 16 Mar 2021

#PulpNonFiction: Standing up in flatland

This week, after listening to a podcast on rational (and not quite so rational) morality, Bronwyn Williams was reminded of a strange, skinny little book called Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott...

By Bronwyn Williams 15 Mar 2021

#PulpNonFiction: Glamorama and our digital double lives

Like everything he writes, Bret Easton Ellis' Glamorama is a wild ride. The novel, which is set in the 1990s, is said to have been the (unofficial) inspiration for the (much tamer, by comparison) cult-classic Zoolander movie franchise, due to the obvious plot similarities between the two narratives...

By Bronwyn Williams 8 Mar 2021

How to double your audience in a year: 4 secrets by Briefly News

According to IO Technologies, Briefly News had over 123 million total pageviews in 2020, more than doubling the 60.7 million pageviews in 2019 despite pandemia and partial market crises...

Issued by Briefly News 1 Mar 2021

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