Ukuthwala, or child marriage is a normal way of life in the Eastern Cape. Zanele shares her series of images that document the lives of three young brides.
Legalese spoke to Nick Hamman on 5FM about the rights you have in the work you do when you’re employed. Listen in on the interview to hear what you may not know about protecting your ideas.
Fresh Air loves radio with a passion. A passion that burns fierce like a meteor streaking across the night sky. But not one of those meteors that smash into crowded cities. Or one that burns up on entry and fizzles out. Our passion is more like a giant marshmallow-ey […]
Project English is a radio campaign by Joe Public which demonstrated how regular, additional English tutoring improved learners’ performance at school.
The four finalists of RAB’s challenge for braver radio advertising and the ads they produced.
The next phase of the RAB’s (Radio Advertising Bureau) campaign for braver radio has been revealed.
Concerned with the current state of radio advertising and what it’s doing to people, the RAB have launched a campaign called ‘On the Spot’ to challenge SA ad agencies to make braver radio ads.
Something fun for a Friday! This radio ad by M&C Saatchi Abel Cape Town calls on the coven of Gwadana Forest to advertise MWEB’s affordable internet package.
This campaign by TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris for Uni-ball pens makes a case for hand-written letters by imagining the voices of over-used fonts.
This is the radio extension of Lowe Cape Town’s ‘Selfies’ campaign for the Cape Times.
An interesting idea by Y&R South Africa that has created a new system of measurement. Each second in their radio ad for Virgin Atlantic is equal to one centimetre of airplane seat width.
Havas Worldwide Digital managed to squeeze 10 product mentions into each of these 30 second radio ads for Strepsils which recently won at Creative Circle’s Ad of the Month.
For Africa Health Placements’ latest campaign, agency Boomtown created the world’s first stethoscope audio ad that was sent in a package to foreign doctors.
This just out. A tactical radio ad by Lowe Cape Town for ProNutro in light of all the scandal regarding Pietersen’s allleged texts to AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn.
ProNutro wanted to send a ‘Good Luck’ message to the South Africans in the English cricket team that only they, and the thousands of South Africans in the UK, would understand.