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Train-the-Trainer Course

Train-the-Trainer Course

6-8 December 2017, 09h00 to 16h30 daily For more information visit our Course Calendar http://iaj.org.za/en/event/train-the-trainer-course/       ...

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SABC’s Role

SABC’s Role

The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) in partnership with the Ahmed Kathrada..

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Open House

Open House

The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) in partnership with the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation invites you to a discussion on the Ethics in Advertising Marketing and Branding. Please join us: Venue: The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism, 18 Cedar...

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Food for Thought: Brand archetypes and the future of advertising

enowned futurist, academic and innovation expert, Pieter Geldenhuys, explored the latest technology trends with a forward vision at Ads24’s Food for Thought event, a morning of in-depth, interactive discussion, networking, socio-political and business insights and fascinating food. Ads24 provided food for thought and a networking…

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Beware: Cyber assault coming soon, so how to communicate?

Beware: Cyber assault coming soon, so how to communicate?

South Africa could face a massive cyber assault this year. At a recent International Data Corporation (IDC) and Microsoft event on cyber threats, the IDC’s Jon Tullett said one of the company’s predictions for 2017 was the country could see an attack at “public service level or within financial services. It will be a very public malware or…

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Social Media

#SocialMediaBlackOut

In an attempt to put pressure on cellphone providers such as Vodacom, MTN and Cell C to lower their data costs, people will not spend their money on data because they say it’s too expensive.

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