By now, it isn’t news that Facebook and other companies track your browsing habits. Two browsers want to help you fight back in the “privacy arms race”.
The Apple Watch has undergone a revamp, and it looks like Series 4 packs quite a punch. You might recognise some familiar landmarks in the advert.
Ikea’s iconic 2002 advert had everyone feeling sorry for a little red lamp. Now, 16 years later, the lamp is back in a sequel that reflects our changing times.
The Advertising Authority has banned KFC’s recently released Street Wise 2 advert, claiming that it’s too dangerous for South African TV.
Advertising usually speaks to the socio-political context in which it is created, which has lead to some hits and misses when it comes to controversial issues.
Absa are already feeling the burn from the backlash to their latest rebrand, and now Nando’s have added further fuel to the fire.
Wimpy South Africa has terminated its relationship with their advertising agency after just a matter of months, with McDonald’s claiming plagiarism.
It looks like Cell C and Rain Mobile are butting heads, and the more established mobile company decided to take the piss in their new advert. Or rather, they tried.
Stopping strangers to ask for directions might one day be replaced by Google Maps, but we can all relate to the struggles of this alien abroad.
When Shubnum Khan posed for a quick photo shoot when she was 24, she had no idea that her image would be used in ads all over the world.
Golfers are usually a rather demure bunch, which is part of what makes Phil Mickelson’s advert so unusual. Bust out the worm, big guy.
Are you ever left wondering how people in rom-coms make it through airport security, to prevent their love flying off at the last minute? You’re not alone.
The latest ad spots from Old Spice prove that they haven’t lost their edge. Nobody is on a horse, but they’re still a good chuckle.
This World Cup has made me love football again, and it’s also made me despise Hyundai and Adam Levine. At least some companies are getting their adverts right.
It’s clear that this marketing campaign was doomed to fail, and those behind it have spent this week putting out fires all over the show.
It’s clear that not everyone sees eye to the eye with regards the SuperSport incident. That’s obviously the case with this new campaign, too.
You have to do something pretty special to stand out from the crowd these days, so props to Burger King for nailing this effort.
To convey exactly how hot and spicy their chicken is, KFC decided to blow up some chicken for their latest print ad campaign. They’ve done well.
Whether or not you’re involved in marketing, there’s always something exciting about seeing a campaign that thinks a little outside of the box.
If the football didn’t catch your interest, with the Eagles shedding the underdog title and taking home the trophy, then the commercials usually do the trick.
Damn, but the Brits love a good moan. These are the adverts they complained most about during 2017, and there are some pearlers in here.
What would happen if Amazon’s Alexa lost her voice? Apparently, if this Super Bowl advert was to believed, some celebs would have to step up to the plate.
Chris Pratt seems like the kind of guy that you’d enjoy sharing a beer with, which is probably why this American brand snapped him up.
There’s an entire movie dedicated to uncovering what goes on inside John’s head, and whilst we don’t have the answer to that we can show you his superb new advert.
Jonathan Goldsmith shot to fame off the back of those iconic beer commercials, but now he’s moved on to the harder stuff. Looks like he fancies a shot.
When you’re trying to extol the virtues of meat ending with a new TV commercial, people threatening to go vegan probably means you’ve missed the mark.
Sun City was a source of pride and joy for many South Africans during the 80s, and their now iconic TV ad had much to do with that.
Many South Africans were introduced to Wish over the Black Friday period, as weird and sometimes obscene adverts appeared on our timelines. Here’s why.