Ogilvy & Mather (O&M) SA has launched the David Ogilvy Mural at their Johannesburg campus in Bryanston, in celebration of the agency group’s 30-year milestone since O&M Worldwide merged with the South African agency, Rightford Read More
The JSE-listed IT company, Adapt IT, has opened its third Knowledge Centre at the Rusthof Secondary School in the Western Cape. This brings the company’s total knowledge centre investment to R1,6 million, after investments in Read More
Residents and local businesses situated around the landmark Eastgate Shopping Centre will have noticed considerable construction works taking place as the centre progresses through its refurbishment.
Ster Kinekor Entertainment’s Gaming division has launched its latest instalment of the Batman Arkham series: Batman™ Arkham Knight with assistance from Primedia Unlimited’s TLC and Salon Media businesses.
Marketing website www.theredzone.co.za is joining forces with the Financial Mail www.financialmail.co.za site.
To build and create awareness of the new Eyethu Mall in Orange Farm, Provantage Out of Home Media has implemented a commuter shelter campaign. The creative and the messaging can be seen on slimline shelters Read More
A close-knit partnership between Open Source (OS) software supplier Obsidian Systems and global developer and provider of data protection software and cloud solutions Attix5 has resulted in unprecedented levels of data protection and backup for Read More
Thirteen years of dedication to the empowerment of urban black women through skills transfer and employment has paid off for South Africa’s Martina Laurie, the recent recipient of CEO Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business Read More
Every aspiring musician’s dream is to perform live on stage in front of an audience. School of Rock Claremont, the local leader in performance-based music education, is giving its students a chance to play their Read More
‘We were planning to have only five finalists, but because of the excellent calibre of the entries, we had to increase that number to nine,’ says FAIRLADY editor Suzy Brokensha. ‘South African women should be Read More