After all local broadcasters banned their #Diversity TV ad, Nando's responded with this print ad in yesterday's Sunday Times....

For the Sunday Times' 8th annual Generation Next Brand Survey Awards, the opinions of 6.060 young urban South Africans aged 8 to 22 were polled to establish which brands are considered the coolest in 2012....

This clever and very quick tactical ad was spotted in yesterday's Sunday Times. Well done King James! Please excuse the (very) dodgy cellphone camera pic....

Cell C photocode South African music doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, despite a wealth of local talent. This will now change, thanks to Cell C’s new PhotoCode application, which will help put the spotlight on the country’s hottest bands. PhotoCode is a unique spin on new generation barcode technology that allows select South African bands to share their latest tracks, exclusive images, wallpapers and ringtones with a wider audience than before. South Africans will be able to download this content and more using Cell C’s new PhotoCode reader powered by BeeTagg Pro. In addition, PhotoCode enables inanimate matter to come alive, for example, a newspaper can provide access to a video clip, a shopping window can provide information about items exhibited, a t-shirt can carry an electronic business card and a billboard can provide access to a concert or a link to a website.
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