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MAQ brings Limpopo learners Tutudesks

MAQ Washing Powder, a Bliss Brands product, recently distributed thousands of Tutudesks to learner ...


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10-year-old Mbali Sifolo, a Grade 5 learner at Kokstad Junior School, was the millionth child to visit uShaka Sea World. Her visit on Wednesday, 16 April, was an important milestone and a special celebration during uShaka Marine World’s 10th birthday month.


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On Thursday, 24 April, the South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP) is hosting a coaching and leadership talk at their Cape Town campus in Claremont. The talk starts at 18:30 and runs for two hours.


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Takalani Sesame, one of South Africa’s most popular children’s programmes broadcast on SABC channels, celebrated 2014's World Health Day with a week-long call-to-action digital campaign aimed at encouraging audiences and their older siblings, careers, parents, and teachers to lea ...


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Cape Cooperage to continue sponsoring Cape Winemakers Guild Protégé

Cape Cooperage, the Paarl based company which has empowered candidates participating in the Cap ...


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R3-million goes for rhino anti-poaching programmes

Bavaria Breweries and South Africa’s big 5 retailers have stepped up to the plate and delivered o ...


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PR events: What to do to be a success
The age old assumption from anyone who doesn’t work in PR is that it is all about fun and games; parties and fluff. That is, of course, a gross generalisation that needs to be done away with. PR is so much more than just events. However, at the same time, events do play an important part.
Avoiding bad press
Bad press is never something that you would want to wake up to or even experience when it comes to your brand. However, it’s something that is most often than not, a reality. Fortunately, there are ways to handle it, and if you plan correctly, even avoid it.
MAQ brings Limpopo learners Tutudesks
MAQ Washing Powder, a Bliss Brands product, recently distributed thousands of Tutudesks to learners in Limpopo Province and the Eastern Cape. MAQ has won the hearts of many South Africans and to show their gratitude they are giving back to their loyal customers and their communities.
uShaka celebrates their millionth learner
10-year-old Mbali Sifolo, a Grade 5 learner at Kokstad Junior School, was the millionth child to visit uShaka Sea World. Her visit on Wednesday, 16 April, was an important milestone and a special celebration during uShaka Marine World’s 10th birthday month.
Mentions, Maggs on PR media and glass pyramids: the <i>PRISM Awards</i> 2014
The 2014 PRISM Awards, hosted by The Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA) were held at the Maslow Hotel in Sandton on Sunday, 6 April. Attending the festivities were some of the key-players within the industry, namely Ogilvy, FleishmanHillard, RedStar Communications, Plato Communications, Tribeca, Atmosphere Communications, Joe Republic and Retroviral.
My KAPE: A new approach to expeditions?
Kai Fitchen is your average young Capetonian. At least that is what you’d think if you were to meet him in the street. A student who loves the outdoors, he fits the bill of normalcy. Except, of course, that he is anything but normal. Kai Fitchen is, in actual fact, quite remarkable.
Irvine Bartlett has secured the public relations account of one of South Africa’s leading educational publisher, Via Afrika.
MANGO-OMC have been appointed as the communications partner for the locally produced, fully orchestrated rock musical Rockville 2069 premiering on Friday, 29 August at Artscape Opera House in Cape Town.
Patrick Gearing appointed managing director of Meropa Communications
Meropa Communications has appointed Patrick Gearing as its managing director with immediate effect, and has appointed four other senior members of staff as directors.
Richard McCormack joins marcusbrewster
Former financial and IT journalist Richard McCormack has been appointed as senior account manager in the Johannesburg office of marcusbrewster. McCormack worked for ComputerWeek for over two years as an IT news journalist during which time the publication won Specialist Press Awards two years in a row.
Meropa Communications opens offices in Port Elizabeth
Leading South African public relations consultancy, Meropa Communications, has opened an office in Port Elizabeth/Nelson Mandela Bay. Meropa now has wholly owned branches in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth – making it the most national of South Africa’s PR agencies.
Specialist B2B technology PR and marketing company, DUO Marketing + Communications, announced that it will open a Johannesburg office in February 2014. The announcement comes ahead of the company’s 10 year anniversary.
Go into any business and ask them what are the burning issues that need to be improved, and you will probably find the word ‘Communication’ within the first five priority points. Even as technology continually finds us cleverer ways to communicate, it still seems to be this element that most trips us up. So says Jules Newton, CEO of Avocado Vision.
[dot]GOOD to provide CSI strategies
Michael Baretta, the brains behind the successful 'CAN DO! Trekking for Trash' campaign, launches [dot]GOOD Sponsorship and Marketing, a niche social-cause marketing agency.

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