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SA Unique Browsers MAY 30,725,707 Up SA Page Views March 975,034,981 Up
SA Unique Browsers APRIL 25,665,103 Up SA Page Views Feb 831,658,735 Up

The above figures are for traffic across IAB SA member sites. Read more…

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    Conversation LAB picks up PEG clothing and Skating account

    Digitally focussed creative agency Conversation LAB, has added the trend setting clothing and skateboard brand, Peg, to its list of established retail clients. Conversation LAB has been appointed to evolve the companies brand identity both online and in-store ensuring a strong digital presence across social and search marketing. Central to the strategy will be developing Read more…

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    ZA Central Registry Partners With World Wide Creative To Launch dotAfrica Top Level Domain

    .africa: One Domain For The Entire African Continent As the applicant for the dotAfrica (.africa) Top Level Domain for the African continent, the ZA Central Registry, has officially partnered with digital marketing agency, World Wide Creative (WWC) to activate the brand and develop registrar communities ahead of the brand’s public launch. WWC’s Johannesburg Director, Louis Read more…

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    IAB SA & EM Automotive Flash Poll

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  • Samsung beats Blackberry in South African smartphone battle

    New Research from Effective Measure crowns Samsung as new smartphone market leader as data consumption is driven by social apps Johannesburg, South Africa, 7 August, 2014- Effective Measure (EM), a leading provider of media planning and audience profiling solutions, in conjunction with the IAB South Africa has released the latest analysis on South Africa’s  escalating Read more…

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    Draft Regulations and Guidelines relating to the labelling and advertising of foods

    The Department of Health recently published draft Regulations relating to the Labelling and Advertising of Foods (R. 429), together with supporting Guidelines, which when passed will – amongst other things – directly regulate the commercial marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children of school-going age (up to Grade 12), and more strictly govern the Read more…

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