Category Archive: Made in Africa

Fierce Sun – a Word for Go-getter

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The word jua kali means ‘fierce sun’ in Swahili, but also translates to¬†a person, businessman, or entrepreneur who can fix or practically do anything upon request. In Kenya these types of workers have… Continue reading

US Gets Chesa Nyama

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Denizens of Nashville, Tennessee, will get to taste the best of South African braai culture, courtesy of Chesa Nyama. That may seem like taking braai to the land of the … well, the… Continue reading

Celebrating a Legacy

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Every Wednesday (except over the Christmas break) I write a column for Marklives.com, the foremost marketing site in Africa. And in this column I select an ‘Ad of the Week’ from the latest… Continue reading

Look Through the Virtual Looking Glass

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In my weekly column on Marklives.com, Africa’s foremost¬†site for marketers, I choose an ad or campaign that stands out as my ‘Ad of the Week’. Today I’m looking at the Augmented Reality (AR)… Continue reading

Another Way to See #thedress

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Every Wednesday I take an ad that has jumped out and grabbed my attention, and I nominate it as my ‘Ad of the Week’ in my regular column on Marklives.com (Africa’s premier marketing… Continue reading

I See a Different You

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Every week I choose a different ad or campaign to feature on my regular column for Marklives.com, the site by marketers, for marketers. This week my ‘Ad of the Week’ featured three young… Continue reading

Africa’s First Smartphone Brand Sells Well in Namibia

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“One of the newest and most popular outlets for technological gadgets in Windhoek, Gadgets Namibia, yesterday said demand for Africa’s first mobile devices brand, mi-Fone, is increasing at a rapid rate. According to… Continue reading