This festive season is a reminder for all of us to reflect on this year and give thanks to God. Join us as we showcase your favourite gospel artists: Bucy Radebe, Ayanda Ntanzi, Takie Ndou, Sneziey, amongst others, in celebration of the birth of Christ with song and joyfulness on Thursday, 24 December 2020 at 6pm. If it so happens that you miss this, the repeat will be broadcast on Christmas Day, 25 December at 8am only on 1G, DStv channel 331....
The Loeries concluded the 2020 awards with Film, Film Craft, Grand Prix, Brand of the Year, Agency of the Year award, Regional Agency Group of the Year awards. Throughout Loeries Creative Week, a total 264 Loeries were awarded across 16 categories, including five Grands Prix, 28 Golds, 63 Silvers, 110 Bronzes, 14 Craft Golds and 44 Craft Certificates.
The awards honour the best in brand communications across Africa and the Middle East. Here is the gallery of winners from day five....
Marketing, PR and digital agency, Triple Eight, has been named as the Agency of the Year at the 2020 FM AdFocus Awards, walking away with the title for the second time having won it in 2019. The agency was also named Specialist Agency of the Year and took home the Transformation and African Impact Awards.
This year's FM Creative Challenge Award went to King James for their 'black lives don't matter' ad for Blackboard Organisation. Other winners include Rogerwilco, who won the Small Agency of the Year, Duke (Medium Agency of the Year) and Joe Public (Large Agency of the Year)....
The Loeries Creative Week resumed the 2020 awards on 19 November 2020 by honouring Design, Design Crafts, Live Communication, Live Crats, PR and Media Communication, and Marketing Leadership and Innovation Award.
Here's a gallery of all the winners from day four.
On the third day of the 2020 awards, the Loeries awarded the Radio Audio, Radio Crafts as well as the student awards in partnership with Facebook. This student award category is for tertiary students across Africa and the Middle East to provide work showcasing electronic and physical media content.
Here's a gallery of all the winners from day three.
Instagram's 10th birthday celebration and Facebook's talk "Diversity and Inclusion: Real Talk with Moose" were among the main highlights of Tuesday 17th November, together with Howler's "Data Inspires Creativity" talk at Loeries Creative Week 2020. Other sessions included thought-provoking topics and confronted important issues of misrepresentation, transformation, diversity, and gender disparity impacting the brand communication industry.
The Loeries awarded winners in the Digital Communication category as well as Media Innovation and the Brand South Africa Young Creative Award on the second day.
Here's a gallery of all the winners from day two......
Loeries Creative Week kicked off announcing the 2020 awards on Monday, 16 November, recognising Out of Home and Out of Home Crafts, Print Communication, Print Craft, Effective Creativity, Shared Value, and Service Design.
Here's a gallery of all the winners from day one....
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) recently reopened with Home Is Where The Art Is: Art Is Where The Home Is, a proudly Capetonian exhibition, which showcases around 2,000 artworks from Cape Town-based professional and amateur artists, children, collectors and others.
Blood & Water is a South African teen drama series that will premiere on Netflix on 20 May.
The entertainment service gathered five talented young local photographers Neo Baepi, Jonathan Ferreira, Lindsey Appolis, Tegan Smith and Mosa Hlope to capture a range of behind the scenes imagery of the cast and crew.
The Women of Excellence business leadership event took place at the Alfajiri Hub at Johannesburg's Maboneng precinct on 18 March, despite coronavirus (Covid-19) concerns. The speaker panel at the event included Alesimo Mwanga from Youth Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (YEEP) Africa, OYA co-founder, Rehema Isa, and the United Nations Women South Africa program associate, Thobela Gceya.
The panellists discussed, among others, topics on how to develop action plans, recognise strengths and weaknesses, as well as general business, lifestyle and relationship issues. Here are the highlights from the Women of Excellence business leadership event:...
Global network for women in advertising and creative industries, SheSays, held its first Cape Town event of 2020 on 10 March.
SheSays Cape Town co-director Anelde Greeff moderated the panel, which included head of marketing and communications at Zeitz Mocaa Annicia Manyaapelo, CEO of RushTush Rushda Moosajee and media consultant and author Vanessa Raphaely.
The panellists shared ideas and stories on reinvention, handling failure, and staying motivated, creative and innovative.