AfricaCom 2017 presents a global speaker line-up in this uncertain age of digital disruption and transformation
The Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre at the University of Johannesburg is hosting a seminal exhibition of powerful images by renowned African photojournalist, Priya Ramrakha
WTM Africa 2017 saw $365,950,813 of business generated, proving that exhibitions remain a powerful marketing tool for business
A new flower show has launched in Cape Town, South Africa, for 27-30 October 2016
Local biometrics experts Ideco will showcase its new all-in-one mobile biometrics unit at Securex from 24-26 May 2016
Scan Display was contracted by Conference Systems Namibia to build 2,600m² of meeting rooms, 1,500m² of office space and 600m² of exhibition space for the 11th Conference of Parties to the Convention to Combat Desertification (COP11 UNCCD).
Scan Display 25 Sep 2013
Is Africa the Dark Continent when it comes to the advertising industry? On the contrary, says Alan Edgar, Regional Creative Director, Ogilvy Africa and one of regional judges for African and Middle Eastern categories at this year's Loeries. It's alive and vibrant, but in dire need of world-class tertiary training institutions to tap into that potential.
Staff Reporter 21 Sep 2013
The sixth Maputo International Advertising Festival will take place from 25-27 May 2011, AMEP - the Mozambican Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations Association announced yesterday. The festival recognises advertising agencies, producers and communications companies worldwide especially from Africa and the Indian Ocean regions.
JOHANNESBURG, SA: At least 35 countries will be represented by the 337 companies exhibiting at the Southern African International Trade Exhibition (SAITEX) from 25 to 27 July. Many will be there as part of trade delegations from participating nations or regions. Under the auspices of embassies and trade federations, exhibitors will present a rich variety of products reflecting key exports of these countries.
A comprehensive version of the Cape Town and Western Cape tourism experience, complemented by the colourful sounds of the DSix Ghoema Minstrels, is being marketed at the Namibia Tourism Expo this week (27 - 30 May 2009) in Windhoek - an event attended by 15 301 people last year.