The British Council through ConnectZA is – as part of their Young Creative Entrepreneur Awards 2014 – making a call for South Africans to enter the YCE Culture category.
Author: Thato Sehlabela
“One Nation, One Conversation” is the tagline of Aweza, a new multi-lingual South African phrase translation app.
Pretoria based illustrator and graphic designer Karabo Poppy Moletsane makes vibrant, energetic visuals inspired by hybridity and the beautiful mess of cultures found in South Africa.
Aldo Pulella’s designs are eye-catching and beautiful, combining features from both the digital and real world.
The latest Standard Bank ad by TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris and Egg Films takes us back to childhood through a young girl’s trip to a Standard Bank ATM with her father.
For his new video, GoldRush, videographer Josh Hayman put his tourist cap on and made the trip from Cape Town to Joburg for a weekend.
Life through Illana Wellman’s lens is a mixture of different genres from landscape photography to documenting her travels across South Africa and the world, through to her portraiture that so elegantly portrays her subjects.
Bookly is a fully-equipped e-reader app by Native VML that was initially launched on Mxit in May last year (2013). This week it launched a second phase becoming not only a platform for reading, but also for sharing writing.
The SABC shows that paying your TV license can now be done in-store in their latest ad set in a supermarket with romance, drama and clowns.
An FNB campaign aimed at sharing stories of HELP illustrating how ordinary South Africans have helped make a difference in their communities
The Design Indaba will soon be upon us so we’ve decided to put together a list of some interesting people we think you should follow on Twitter and Instagram for an inside look into the Indaba.
Nardstar is an artist whose work has graced walls from Cape Town to New York. Here’s an interview we recently did with her.
The newly released KFC TV commercial, shot in Bangkok, seeks to show that no matter where you are in the world you can find a taste of ‘home’.