The Business of Media
Nov04

The Business of Media

By: Amanda Mathe Probably one of the most glamourized, misunderstood and judged profession in the world is the job of a journalist. An industry with a glass ceiling for women, challenges from the digital evolution and the ever increasing platform for citizen journalists. Now that is one side of the media, there is also the other side. I call it “the business side”. The side that is made up of countless hours of research, following...

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SA’s Hottest TV Stars Celebrate Women’s Health’s Fifth Birthday! #WHhigh5
Nov04

SA’s Hottest TV Stars Celebrate Women’s Health’s Fifth Birthday! #WHhigh5

By: Sandy Nene This month, Women’s Health celebrates five years of inspiring SA women to look and feel their best, with a Special Collector’s Issue and a sexy free gift. The issue features well-known TV stars Jeannie D, Gail Mabalane and Jo-Ann Strauss, who have all appeared on the cover of Women’s Healthover the past five years. Launched in 2009, Women’s Health quickly carved out a niche as SA’s favourite healthy-living women’s title...

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The Power Of The Internet In My Life
Oct29

The Power Of The Internet In My Life

By: Lerato Mannya I used to believe that the internet was a separate part of my day, I used to believe that you could say whatever you wanted without having to deal with any repercussions for what you said, I used to believe that one couldn’t connect with people because of it, and I used to believe that there were no real opportunities on it, because I used to believe that the internet was a separate entity to my life. My belief was...

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Wannabe, A PR Rock Star?
Sep09

Wannabe, A PR Rock Star?

By: Michelle Lewis This is the place to start. I am going to share our PR process. Some might call me stupid for doing so – I think it’s important to share and learn together. So here we go… Strangely enough, at Corner57 we follow a process developed for designers. It’s called the 5D process. We follow this religiously to plan and execute public relations. I have used our 5D headings below, and given one example under each, of what to...

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Skattie Celebrates… launching in Cape Town
Jul02

Skattie Celebrates… launching in Cape Town

By: Sandy Nene Skattie Magazine will be launching the first in a series of projects celebrating emerging South African artists/creatives with an event to be held at Blank gallery in Woodstock, Cape Town, on Thursday July 10 2014. Titled “Skattie Celebrates…” the first in the series features illustrator Unathi Mkonto. His illustrations, collectively titled “Boys of South Africa” and done over several years as a personal project, will...

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Instagram Guide | SuperficialGirl
Jun26

Instagram Guide | SuperficialGirl

By: Sandy Nene It’s been quite a busy week on our side, as you may know, this weekend we are hosting our very first blogging workshop #WBFLlearn in Morningside, Durban. The organising team has been running around the whole week making sure that everything is sorted and everything that we will need on the day is ready for us and all our beautiful attendees. There hasn’t been time to upload new content, but we promise that...

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