When COVID-19 and subsequent lockdowns made their way to Africa, the continent’s brand and media intelligence industries saw an almost immediate shift that will continue for years. This had adverse […]
An online media hub for PR, marketing and advertising practitioners ranked Ornico among the top recommended media monitoring services for PR teams globally. Looking at some of the leading media […]
Following the address by President Cyril Ramaphosa last week on easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, media coverage shows increased mentions of the economy reopening. Health and safety precautions are also in […]
Ornico, the Brand Intelligence® firm, has increased its African footprint by establishing new partnerships on the continent with the addition of media intelligence services from Cameroon, Gabon, Rwanda, Congo Brazzaville […]
Abomkhulu (grandfathers) fulfil many roles in the lives of grandchildren – including passing down knowledge, providing support and unconditional love to those around them… They are always caring and warm, which […]
Telecommunications and broadband are among the most competitive industries in South Africa – and critical for economic growth and improvements in society. South Africa ranks in position 143 out of a total of 230 countries measured across the world.
Analytics and big data can lessen the amount of waste being created. The World Bank predicts that municipal waste generation is expected to reach 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025. Smart waste collection technology is expected to grow globally from USD57.6 million in 2016 to over USD223.6 million in 2025.
Africa is making to leapfrog towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution through Artificial Intelligence and Automation. From drone technology to forward-thinking policy, these organisations take the charge and lead the way.
Africa has seen increased communication blackouts in recent times, especially during times of elections, protests and political unrest. Shutting down social media has greater repercussions than the temporary limitation of communication which governments have imposed.
Digital platforms have become an extension of our daily lives, especially in South Africa where there has been a significant growth in the use of social media. It makes sense then that for political parties to win constituencies at the polls, they need to win the social media race first.