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Evan-Lee Courie 25 Nov 2019
The winners of this year's IPSA Gold Pack Awards, the premier showcase for the South African packaging industry, was announced at Inanda Club in Sandton on 30 October...
Lauren Hartzenberg 22 Nov 2019
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James de Waal 21 Oct 2019
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Tom Jackson 12 Sep 2017
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Chemory Gunko 3 Jul 2014
There are a few trends to be aware of in 2013 which will help create opportunities within the advertising and marketing arena in South Africa. A number of these come from local and international intelligence.
Johanna McDowell 29 Jan 2013
A transformation is in motion amongst shoppers and retailers country-wide. Consumers are becoming more discerning and demanding, and retailers and manufacturers are under pressure to innovate, offer quality and savings - all in one eco-friendly package! Here are some interesting trends for the retail sector that I've identified for 2013.
Gareth Pearson 23 Jan 2013
The year ahead is unlikely to see any fantastical new developments in direct marketing; in fact, it's more likely to be characterised by the maturing of existing technologies and a return to more traditional practices.
Warren Moss 22 Jan 2013
Nation Publications Limited (NPL) has made a bold move by purchasing a brand new 'Hong Hwa 'Newsfaster' Web Offset Press', a printing machine that has given room to more newspaper business innovations set to transform the newspaper industry in Malawi to stand shoulder to shoulder with the global standards.
Gregory Gondwe 12 Nov 2012
The Malawi chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Malawi) has asked government to consider repealing all laws that are inconsistent with the constitution and those considered as an insult to the media fraternity in Malawi.
Gregory Gondwe 4 May 2012
Anyone reading the Kenyan dailies would think the country will be holding an election in the next few weeks. Although a date for an election has not been fixed, political campaigns are already in top gear as people jostle for the increased political seats created by the new constitution. One of the main beneficiaries on an election are usually the printers. Unlike previous years where they would expect to be laughing all the way to the bank, this year, they could be crying as they run away from banks - literally.
Carole Kimutai 24 Feb 2012
In a report released by the Civic and Political Space Platform (CPSP), a group of civil society organisations in Malawi, it was established that the media in Malawi has had positive growth over the last two years, despite numerous challenges which almost derailed its progress.
Gregory Gondwe 2 Feb 2012
Africa is a mobile-first digital environment with 55% of the continent's 1 billion people having mobile phones. In South Africa mobile internet penetration is 70%, whilst desktop internet penetration sits at only at 11%, whereas in Nigeria mobile and desktop penetration are both over 20%.
Dawn Rowlands 24 Jan 2012
VALENCIA, SPAIN: Following the thoughts of Alisa Bowen, SVP, head of consumer publishing, Thomson Reuters and Mike Cooper, worldwide CEO of PHD, the question could almost be posed - do we care if print survives? Bowen and Cooper made presentations and shared their thoughts on the future of print at the Festival of Media 2010 in Valenica, Spain.
Rod Baker 21 Apr 2010
Nation Publications Limited (NPL), publishers of The Nation Daily, Weekend Nation and Nation on Sunday, scooped all the National Media Institute of Southern Africa print awards (NAMISA) at the ceremony held in Lilongwe, Malawi on 1 May, 2009 held as part of this year's World Press Freedom commemoration.
Gregory Gondwe 6 May 2009