The world of advertising and creativity has come under great scrutiny in recent years. The rise of consumer activism has caused ordinary people throughout the world to question the integrity of brands as well as corporations at large.
Amanda Dlamini 8 Jan 2018
The recent advances in data analytics and machine learning will see a huge shift in how we use data in 2018.
Paula Raubenheimer 8 Jan 2018
Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate has soared to over 100,000%, according to official figures released on Wednesday, 20 February.
21 Feb 2008
Political violence has been a traditional staple of Zimbabwean elections, but with the ruling ZANU-PF party now split, next month's ballot could see a whole new scale of trouble.
15 Feb 2008
The Zimbabwean government's move to ask two independent newspapers it has banned to re-register is being viewed with much scepticism in local media circles.
30 Jan 2008
Zimbabwe's Advertising Publicity Club is organising its annual competition for the advertising industry, despite a dearth of new campaigns due to an economic crisis that has stunted growth and limited new advertising campaigns in a once vibrant sector.
Dumisani Ndlela 11 Jan 2008
Cricket Australia (CA), the governing body of one of Australia's favourite sports, is trying to force all photographers and agencies to sign a new contract before they enter the cricket grounds.
13 Dec 2007
The scale of migration to Britain by Zimbabweans escaping their country's economic and political woes has reached the point where, with typically wry humour, London is referred to as "Harare North".
28 Nov 2007
Pan-African music entertainment network MTV Networks Africa and oil marketer Shell have partnered to boost Africa's contemporary music industry.
22 Nov 2007
The need to carry barrow-loads of banknotes, if you want to pay cash, has led to more and more Zimbabweans turning to plastic - and that is bringing it's own problems...
Dumisani Ndlela 21 Nov 2007
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency has announced vacancies for the 2008 Seminar on Journalism and Democracy at the Institute for Further Education of Journalists, Fojo in Sweden. Journalists from six African countries, including; Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Algeria, Rwanda, and Somalia are eligible for the course.
Walter Wafula 19 Nov 2007