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Before dropping out of the US presidential race, Republican hopeful John Kasich lamented the retirement of Jon Stewart as host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, saying “Trump was lucky” to escape Stewart’s withering commentary. But Stewart’s replacement

Listening to the crowd receptions that AB de Villiers has commanded throughout the Proteas’ tour of India, it’s safe to say that he has secured “megastar” status. And Twitter confirms just that

The start of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Comedy Central last week pulled 352 855 DStv viewers. The 2,6 rating makes it the highest viewership ever achieved by Comedy Central in South Africa since the channel was launched in Africa on DStv in December 2011. The record rating

Cell C is shaking up its approach to marketing and advertising. Comedian Trevor Noah, who had become synonymous with the brand, is out. In is a more “experiential and testimonial-style” approach to capturing market share. Cell C, which has just over 10% of the mobile market in SA, has released a new

Cell C marketing director Simon Camerer, the man behind the recent corporate rebranding at Cell C and the advertising campaigns that got rival Vodacom seeing red, is leaving the cellular operator at the end of the year after more than seven years in the position. He says he plans to take a break

Chicken restaurant chain Nando’s has bid farewell to outgoing Cell C CEO Lars Reichelt in a cheeky advertising campaign in which it declares: “We’ll be watching you, Lars. Like a chicken.” Nando’s, which is known for its irreverent and humourous

Vodacom has hinted that it will cut data prices in the next few weeks as competition in SA’s mobile industry hots up. The telecommunications group’s CEO, Pieter Uys, hinted at looming reductions in mobile

The playground battle between Vodacom and Cell C over the latter’s new advertising campaign is a signal of something altogether more interesting than them throwing marketing dirt at each other: competition in

Cell C is ratcheting up its marketing war with rival Vodacom, launching a new advertising campaign targeting the latter’s rebranding to the red identity of its parent Vodafone. But Vodacom has already hit back, filing a complaint