It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
Gendering alcoholic beverages is a little old fashioned, don't you think?
Dozens of Western brands have angered Chinese consumers over their marketing or public statements in the past.
Advertisements are everywhere, but some are at least a pleasure to look at — especially the ones that break through the clutter and make you laugh.
If DA leader Mmusi Maimane suddenly started tweeting in the same way as EFF leader Julius Malema does, he would be taken to task, writes Howard Feldman.
Country brand monitoring would mean SA is not left on the backfoot, having to explain itself, when it should be focusing on developing an inclusive economy, says Solly Moeng.
You don't own your brand, but you can manage it, says Raymond van Niekerk.
The New York Times’ online subscribers accelerated in the fourth quarter, prompting the newspaper company to set an ambitious new goal: to hit 10 million subscriptions by 2025.
The Advertising Regulatory Board has dismissed a complaint that showing someone binge-watching movies and series on Showmax at work sets a bad example for kids.
Miami-based Melusi Mhlungu wrote the commercial for the food giant Heinz.
Welcome to 2019, Avon.
346 shoppers will be refunded the full value of their purchases after the Bokke won the tournament, said Julie-Anne Walsh, Chief Marketing Officer at Takealot.com.
The impact of technology is reshaping occupations and new job categories are beginning to appear on the market requiring "hybrid" skills, says a digital expert.
Love to tweet? You could be the next face of Twitter, on Twitter! All you have to do is really, really, REALLY understand what Twitter is all about.
How did a brand that caters exclusively to plus-size women get it so wrong?
“These imaginary women put more thought and planning into preparing their baths than con artists doing crimes,” says the amused pianist.
Personal branding isn't schmoozing - it's being yourself out loud, writes Ian Mann.
Marketing has become synonymous with advertising, and it is the default many turn to as the solution to attracting more buyers, says Ian Mann.
A 'light-hearted' campaign has spectacularly backfired.
There's no substitute for trust and authenticity, says Nick Grubb.
US junk food ads are specifically targeting black and Hispanic kids, according to a new report.
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