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MetropolitanRepublic and Am I Collective collaborated to create the new ‘Wallet’ TV ad for MTN....

At Design Indaba 2013 MTN and MetropolitanRepublic will be introducing the Connector Bot, a beta test proxy droid, developed to connect the disconnected....

The TV category has always been highly debated on 10and5 and it's not often that everyone agrees on a favourite, but, these are the ads that we think got it right....

An ad by MetropolitanRepublic for MTN to demonstrate that the best things in life are Mahala....

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afYmmyjRJE4[/youtube]   New TVC for MTN by Metropolitan Republic which features a 150m slip 'n slide which ran the length of the Bo Kaap.   Credits:   Agency: Executive Creative Director - Pete Khoury Creative Director - Ray-Ray Kubayi Creative Director - Wesley Phelan Art Director - Matt Edwards Business Unit Director - Hilton Lawler Account Director...

  Nando's making a point. "Now that we know the colour of every cellular network out there, can we move on already? There are better things to do with our mouths." Agency is Black River FC....

We're not sure who did these (hence the Who Dunnit tag), but we're not sure if we're entirely convinced after seeing the web videos and digital campaign - the above the line had us for a while. The campaign has massive above the line spend, with billboards next to almost every big road. Apparently it's to launch a new mobile offering from Telkom, and some even say the Heita campaign is dubbed to rival the MTN Ayoba campaign. Personally we just don't feel the creative to be on point. Your thoughts? Click through for the TV/web commercials, or visit the Heita campaign site.
The MTN8 aka Wafa Wafa! is a South African football tournament. The top 8 teams from the PSL league qualify. It's a knock out tournament with R8 000 000 prize money, if you lose you are out, winner takes all. the payoff for the competiton is "Who will be the last man standing?". We took the 8 South African clubs and portrayed them as "warrior fans". Click through for the posters/print collateral.

A rather impressive MTN 2010 building wrap has been put up just outside Woodbridge Island in Cape Town. We're asking you to let us know Who'dunnit? Originally spotted on Cherryflava....

We spotted this very well executed flash microsite game for MTN called Backyard yard. The site allows you to play backyard cricket in different venues (typically associated with backyards) and at different times (day/night, etc - not launched yet though). The site is...

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