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6th Mar 2019
This infographic provides key media themes on SONA including #SONA2019 conversations on Twitter, which are geographically tagged as being in South Africa as the time of this research.
26th Feb 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of The Nation Address (SONA,) held on 7 February 2019, was mostly a subdued affair compared to the previous years’ major disruptions and theatrics. Brand Intelligence® firm, Ornico, analysed conversations from 1 February 2019 until 12 February 2019, across leading media and social media sources to provide a sense of how this year’s SONA influenced opinions.
14th Feb 2019
Social media is growing rapidly in South Africa, with users constantly finding ways to use each platform effectively and brands finding better ways to engage. Have a look at this infographic for snippets of some of the findings.
4th Dec 2018
As part of Measurement Month in 2018 AMEC compiled a free downloadable e-book “Demonstrating the Value of Communication - Part II” which contains thoughts and contributions from the top PR Measurement experts from across the world.
28th Nov 2018
The SA Social Media Landscape 2019 by Ornico and World Wide Worx, shows that there is little difference in Facebook penetration across demographics.
3rd Oct 2018
The mentions of Women’s Month and topics relating to Women’s Day went over 90 000 across various media platforms from print, broadcast and social media. Influencer from politics to business led the narratives, with everyone from President Cyril Ramaphosa to Facebook's Nunu Ntshingila contributing positive commentary.
26th Sep 2018
In the midst of South Africa’s technical recession, the automotive industry showed a 2,2% drop in the second quarter of 2018 according to Statistics South Africa. Data reveals that in 2017 the automotive sector spent over R328-million on TV ads which increased to over R412-million in 2018.