Using a setting of art, food and drinks, The Feel Party aims to encourage engagement with breast cancer
To protect the public, people should disclose when they are paid to promote products
Tobacco giants Philip Morris and British American Tobacco have formed partnerships with scientific research subsidiaries and Formula 1 teams
Unorthodox creative Festus Masekwameng blasted his way into a closed industry
As a part of the series on the advertising industry, Zaza Hlalethwa spoke to the chief creative officer of FCB Africa about transformation.
Black peoples’ lived experiences need to be at the heart of campaigns
The marketing company says the advertising tunes they wrote are its intellectual property
Founder and chief executive, Matutlulle and Co
SA advertisers are receiving training in how to positively portray the full spectrum of sexualities and genders in their adverts
Advertising agencies must confront the need for change if they are to survive in the SA landscape
Activists say the ad industry has a prime role to play in normalising the presence of LGBTI people in society
The advertisers have shown themselves to be either tone deaf or terribly ignorant — or both.
Taking a look at the ad industry’s premier event from a futuristic perspective sheds light on its current inequalities.
This campaign feeds the “black diamond” obsession that focuses on the success of a few black people at the expense of the poor and unemployed.
Politics is no different than the dog-eat-dog world of advertising. But similarly, politicians need to move beyond all talk and no delivery.
South Africa’s largest digital marketing show will explore the key themes of authenticity, purpose, values and doing good.
The cosmetics industry is still blatantly promoting the noxious idea that light is right.
With over 48 hours of talks, workshops, screenings, exhibitions, award ceremonies and parties, Kate Desmarais makes sense of Cannes Lions.
The South African advertising industry is being criticised as being slow to transform.