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The Pendoring Awards have released key dates for the 2020 year, and another blistering campaign to drive home the need for and celebration of indigenous languages in advertising.
It was a night filled with cultural celebration, thrilling entertainment and big wins at the 24th Pendoring Indigenous Advertising Awards.
Now & Partners produced this incredible series of three short films for The Pendoring Awards featuring outstanding South African creatives.
For some reason I’d never seen this 2012 Pendoring Gold-winning TV ad until recently.
This Friday The Assembly will host the official afterparty for the Pendoring Awards in association with MK.
This year is the first time the Pendoring Awards ceremony will be hosted in Cape Town.
Ads24’s annual Think Afrikaans campaign is a reminder to the industry to think in Afrikaans when communicating to Afrikaans consumers.
An online game has just been released as part of the 2012 Pendoring Awards ‘Vat Oor’ campaign.
The first phase of the 2012 Pendoring campaign has kicked off and entries to the annual Afrikaans ad awards are open.
If you didn’t already guess, the campaign for the Pendoring Awards 2011 is about how great the prizes are this year. And they really are, take a look.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VXXJNAUZrA[/youtube] After a heavy Loeries weekend I think we can all relate. The ad features Van Coke Kartel and has been shortlisted for the upcoming Pendoring Awards. Creative Team: Advertising Agency – Saatchi & Saatchi (JHB) Creative Director – Adam Wittert Art Director – Marais Janse van Rensburg, Keshia Meyerson […]
A viral made for the upcoming Pendoring Advertising Awards for excellent Afrikaans and South African advertising. This year’s campaign theme is “Skep in die taal en bewys jou cool” and the agency responsible is Draft FCB. Go to www.pendoring.co.za for more info. Entries to the awards opened on June 4th.
We were recently pointed to this new site which was created to promote the Afrikaans language. Our assumption here is that it was created in anticipation of the Pendoring awards. Not really impressed with the concept or functionality but quite liking the illustration of site. Only question is why is […]
The Pendoring awards always has a brilliant campaign attached to it. We don’t know who produced the ads though. Drop us a line in the comments if you know. UPDATE: Marklives! has an update on the rest of the ads, as well as the producers (Joe Public).