Moliehi Molekoa, managing director of Magna Carta Reputation Management Consultants discusses the path to growth for agencies in the age of digital...
Moliehi Molekoa 3 Sep 2020
Perceptions matter: reputation management trends in Africa 2019...
Mimi Kalinda 16 Jan 2019
A recent report by VMA Group Africa found that the South African communications landscape is an increasingly in-sourced function, where the skills of the in house communicator are becoming crucial for service delivery...
Cannes Lions is to live stream sessions from TBWA Worldwide, WPP, Heineken, Unilever, Razorfish & Contagious, PHD and MediaCom, after 19,135 people, 9% more than in 2014, made their selection...
CANNES, FRANCE: The Cannes LionHeart Award, introduced in 2014, will be awarded to former Vice President Al Gore at the Cannes Lions Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 27 June 2015...
Cape Town and the Western Cape's official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion agency, Wesgro have appointed Corné Koch as the Head of their Convention Bureau.
WPP has launched a global Government & Public Sector Practice to drive excellence in government communications and citizen engagement. The TNS Political and Social research division is a part of this team providing behaviour change and communications research to the public sector in South Africa.
Issued by Kantar 2 May 2014
A global public relations measurement survey done in March 2013 by US-based Ragan Communications and NASDAQ OMX showed an industry that was serious about tackling the problem of accurately measuring the value of public relations.
We all want people to talk about us - in a good way, of course. We all want people to say how great we are. We all get upset if we hear that someone has said something negative about us. Yes, we are all beings that operate from a place of ego. Just step back for a moment and evaluate. Why do we want people to talk about us? We want this because we then feel that we are noticed. But the question is - do you want to be noticed or do you want people to interact with you?
Ingrid von Stein 11 Oct 2012
Communication can facilitate and accelerate development by encouraging and consolidating dialogue, debate and consensus, which ultimately strengthen democracy, development and delivery. Furthermore, it can give a voice to the poorest masses, thus enabling them to articulate their own development challenges, opportunities and aspirations.
Thabani Khumalo 4 Nov 2011
TORONTO, CANADA: The closing day of the 2010 IABC World Conference, Wednesday, 9 June 2010, highlighted the role of the corporate communicator and how it is fundamentally changing, taking new technologies, methodologies, measurement practices and communication leadership into account.
Daniel Munslow 10 Jun 2010