Coming Full Circle, from documentaries to TVCs, Egg Films’ Lebogang Rasethaba creates the engaging ‘Circle OF Life’ Momentum Ad.
In these two Indie life insurance adverts, cheerful mullets bring fun into two men’s lives in an unusually funny and creepy way.
Amstel’s new TVC ‘The Pursuit’ shows us just how far some will go for their favourite drink.
Watch Egg Films’ director Slim and House of Brave’s heart-warming ad for 1Life, expressing the powerful domino effect one simple moment can have.
Starring 8 brilliant and beautiful local ladies, Jet’s V-Day lingerie campaign carries a message of self-love and self-confidence.
Join the South African National Blood Service’s #BetterGiftChallenge and rally your friends and family to give the gift that saves lives.
Careers24’s humours new TVCs play on the age-old “so what do you do for a living” icebreaker question.
Purgatory’s never looked as cool as in SAB Breweries’ #BeTheMentor anti under-age drinking TVC which tells an age-old story about vice and virtue.
Something of a mini blockbuster, Castle Lager’s ‘Coming Home’ ad follows four friends as they journey to locate their missing bro, Siya.
Chicken Licken’s new ad, shot in Thailand, parodies the ever-popular Kung Fu genre to tell the story of one man’s journey to inner peace.
Now that we’ve heard Cell C’s catchy ‘Mega Data’ and ‘Mega Bonus’ tunes on the radio, they’ve been translated into two music video-esque ads by Lebogang Rasethaba.
What happens when the budget speech gets closer to home than your TV screen? Watch Markstry’s humorous ad for BrightRock Insurance.
Darling Films director Jono Hall and Ogilvy Johannesburg worked on a sweet and hopeful commercial for KFC constructed entirely out of children’s drawings.
With over 3 million views on Youtube to date, Velocity director Gregg Bailey’s TVC for SCOUTS South Africa seems to have touched a poignant chord in its message about the importance of learning skills when you’re young that you’ll remember for the rest of your life.
Chicken Licken’s new ad ‘The Great Dlamini’ causes us imagine what might be possible if we harnessed the power of a craving.