Graham Cruikshanks
Africa is ripe for disruption

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[Graham Cruikshanks] The Africa rising narrative is not wholly dead, says Graham Cruikshanks, TBWA\ Africa's Director of Africa Operations...

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Daniel Munslow
Cultural appreciation in reputation management

Cultural appreciation in reputation management[Daniel Munslow] Communicating across cultures was the theme that emerged from a recent reputational management workshop I presented...

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David Blyth
Ghana: The lesser-known marketing treasure of West Africa

Ghana: The lesser-known marketing treasure of West Africa[David Blyth] When judged on market size, Ghana is often overlooked by brands looking to expand across Africa. At 26 million people, it is dwarfed by its almost-neighbour and...

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Scangroup and Ogilvy announce a joint venture in Ghana

[Carole Kimutai] Scangroup and Ogilvy, associates of WPP, a global advertising and marketing services company, have announced the launch of two advertising firms, Scanad Ghana Limited and Ogilvy Ghana Limited. The move is aimed at expanding Scangroup and Ogilvy operations in Africa and to serve an existing demand for marketing and communication services.

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Issa Sikiti da Silva
Media freedom, self-regulation: the Ghanaian experience

Media freedom, self-regulation: the Ghanaian experience[Issa Sikiti da Silva] Until 1992, journalists and editors in Ghana, and the independent media in general, have suffered a lot at the hands of undemocratic regimes, which cracked down on critical reporting and imposed strict restrictions limiting media freedom. As a new, liberal constitution was being written in 1992, media activists came out guns blazing, demanding that media suffering end and reporting become free. [view twitterfall]

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Issa Sikiti da Silva
Listeners from rural areas to make their voices heard

Issa Sikiti da Silva[Issa Sikiti da Silva] Once "forgotten", "neglected" and marginalised", listeners from rural areas who tune to radio stations such as SAFM, RSG, CKI, Umhlobo Wenene, Thobela, Phalaphala, Munghana Lonene, Ligwalagwala, Motsweding, XKFM, Lesedi, Ukhozi, Lotus, and Ikwekwezi, will now be able to make their voices heard when the new SABC additions and changes are implemented next week.

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