Brand Ambassadors is very excited to start a new venture with Grazia Magazine. Grazia has appointed BA to manage their public relations account and mentioned that it was an easy decision for them to make as Brand Ambassadors and Grazia have been friends since the magazine launched in May 2012. All Africa tells us what Thulane Hadebe, MD of the PR and marketing firm, and Danielle Weakley, Grazia SA editor have to say about their new business relationship. Take a look on All Africa’s website. The link is provided below.
In case you still have not heard the great news, Unathi Msengana graced the cover of Grazia magazine and became the first local star in South Africa to do so. Phil Mphati has done a review about Unathi and Grazia on his blog PhilMphati.tv, where he also includes images of Unathi at the luncheon which took place on Friday 05 October 2012 at KOI, Rosebank. To update yourself on what has been happening with Grazia, be sure to follow the link provided.
Read all about why Grazia chose Unathi Msengana to be South Africa’s very first local star, on The BlaQ Haute Kouture blog by following the link provided below.
Heat editor Melissa Maxter and Heat reader Nicole Mullins picked who they thought were the most stylish females at South Africa Fashion Week. Alongside other South African female celebrities, LeAnne Dlamini was one of the chosen celebrities, blending in great texture and bold prints in her ensemble. Be sure to get your copy of Heat magazine (11-17 October 2012) to see what LeAnne wore in the Heat Starstyle section on page 32.
Grazia has chosen non other than Unathi Msengana to grace the cover of their 21st edition of their magazine. Grazia needed a blend of star power and style and found that Unathi encompasses these attributes. On Friday 05 October 2012, Grazia readers will be able to grab a copy of this edition. With Unathi as South Africa’s very first local cover star. Read all about Unathi being on the cover of Grazia Magazine on Media Update’s website below.
Peugeot introduces the new 208 vehicle with an interactive campaign. With comedian Lucky du Plessis involved, Facebook fans and Twitter followers will be able to take part. Memeburn did a review on this and also spoke to Clara Metivier-Beukes, Peugeot’s General manager for marketing and the COO of Popimedia, Ryan Silberman, to get their thoughts and feedback on the ” Let Your Tweets Drive” campaign. To get more information on how this campaign is going to work, read all about it o Memeburn’s website by following the link provided below.