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There are many things that make Spring so alluring and one will find several of them – including fresh flowers, colour and romance – all over the new issue of Wedding Inspirations magazine.


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KFM unveils its new logo

As the Western Cape woke up to a new season, they also woke up to a new look KFM with a ne ...


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Blurred Lines: The New Battle Of The Sexes to premiere on BBC World News

From bomb threats sent to campaigners for more females on banknotes to sexually explicit po ...


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To attract, engage and inform readers, there is space for digital and traditional print advertising to ‘co-habit’ and benefit each other. Says Deseré Orrill, chief marketing officer of Ole! Media Group.


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New research from ComScore has revealed that the BBC’s global audience has grown by 30% since 2012 to 73.4 million unique browsers – just 200 000 (0.27%) short of CNN’s 73.6 million. The competition to claim the top spot in online news intensified in July as the BBC outpaced the market to overtak ...


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Weeknight viewing on kykNET is about to get even better with the launch of five brand new late night programmes that guarantee a focused perspective on actual events. The new programmes will tackle a variety of topics – from politics, economic issues and business to culture, art, fashion and satire.


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Advice for aspiring TV presenters
The television industry certainly has aura around it. For those in front of the camera, it appears glamorous and glitzy. However, behind the scenes you will find a lot of hard work. In others words, everything that you see on screen is only half of what goes on.
3 common blogging mistakes to avoid
Blogs are everywhere. The chances are great that if you are reading this, you have either started a blog, are currently running one or have at least considered it. The chances are also great that you’ve made a few mistakes on the way.
<i>Wedding Inspirations’</i> Spring issue balances the pretty with the practical
There are many things that make Spring so alluring and one will find several of them – including fresh flowers, colour and romance – all over the new issue of Wedding Inspirations magazine.
<i>KFM</i> unveils its new logo
As the Western Cape woke up to a new season, they also woke up to a new look KFM with a new logo that is in line with the vibrant energy that resonates across the mother city and outlined with the Cape Town’s most iconic landmark, Table Mountain.
Danilo Acquisto: Building an empire to be proud of
Danilo Acquisto is already many things. Law graduate; TV presenter; Radio host; entrepreneur. And yet, at 23-years-old, the Johannesburg native, who currently resides in Cape Town, is only just making his way in the world.
Newsclip gives back 67 minutes to UCPA this Mandela Day
This Friday, 18th July, Newsclip took part in the international call to action inspired by the 67 years Nelson spent fighting for freedom. The 67 minutes campaign issued by the Nelson Mandela Foundation invites members of society to give back, by dedicating 67 minutes of community service in honour of Nelson’s fight for freedom.
David Stein named new producer of Hectic Nine-9
The winds of change are blowing through Okuhle Media’s Hectic Nine-9. David Stein started at Okuhle in 2011 as one of Hectic Nine-9’s scriptwriters and soon moved up the ladder to become the show’s insert producer, single handedly managing the regional insert teams around the country to deliver batch after batch of excellent content.
Artscape CEO, Michael Maas, has decided to retire and is due to step down in October. He has headed one of South Africa’s most productive theatre companies for 18 years. Maas joined the institution in 1996 when it was still known as the Cape Performing Arts Board (CAPAB).
The Sowetan newspaper describes Zapiro (aka Jonathan Shapiro) as “The best political cartoonist in the country.” His most recent book Democrazy (published by Jacana) presents a survey of satirical graphics of the foibles of South African politics over the past 20 years.
The South African leg of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 2014 screens countrywide from Thursday, 23 October at select Ster-Kinekor theatres. Hosted by Cape Union Mart for the ninth consecutive year, the festival brings the best of adventure and outdoor lifestyle documentaries to local shores.
Christa Biyela’s <i>Getting Dirty</i> doesn&#39;t shy away from gritty issues
Christa Biyela’s latest book, titled Getting Dirty, is all about the gritty issues around sex, HIV and AIDS. She believes that the positive way forward is by having open and honest conversations with not only our partners, but also our children.
Dick Mawson’s <i>The Gods who Fell from the Sky</i> makes for inspiring reading
Dick Mawson’s non-fiction debut is nothing short of inspiring. Titled The Gods who Fell from the Sky, it outlines his adventurous life including the loss of both his legs during two separate incidents.
5 minutes with ... Trevor Romain
June sees the release of Trevor Romain's Random Kak I Remember About Growing Up in South Africa by Penguin Books South Africa. He spent a few minutes answering questions about the book and his life.
Five minutes with Mary Watson
Mary Watson's novel, The Cutting Room is hitting shelves this April. She took some time out of her busy scehdule to chat to Media Update about her novel.
<i>Asset</i>
Asset, a new, interactive digital publication for the commercial property industry, has just launched its first issue. The publication represents a pioneering effort in the world of new media through its crossover between the publication itself and the eProp.co.za website and e-newsletter.

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