The relationship between agency and client can be the difference between making great work together and making advertising that neither agency nor client can be proud of. Your boi hangs out with Shireez Latief, Senior Marketing Manager at BBC worldwide. I mean, come on!

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Nyiko Ray Ray Mphande, Marlin Van Noie and Saki Piliso are in the stu talking their brand of advertising and breaking down their model of Street Science. We get into the selection of the SA Cannes Jury and some custard ads. I mean, come on!

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The talented trio come out guns blazing and reveal some shocking anecdotes from their presentations in AdWorld. These guy have words…. and fire! TooLit Madonsela.

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Akio Kawahito and Suhana Gordhan are in the studio. What can advertisers learn from the unique way in which The Kool Out Gang put together a SXSW-esque festival in Jozi? Suhana also tells us about some new developments at the Loeries. I mean, come on!!!

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Maloto Thobejane and Thato Mokoena are in the stu talking about their journey with this dope dope agency. We call a previous winner of The Loeries Graduate programme who is in fiery Durban. We also pay tribute to adgame stalwart Mr Joe Mafela. I mean, Come On!!!

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How does an independent agency from Summer Place inspire the Kenyan market to change the way they bank? Dean and Akona are in the stu talking about what we should be doing to be better at this adgame on the continent. Grant also calls them by the wrong name at some point and now owes them dinner. I mean, come on!

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Karabo Denalane and Julian Ribeiro are in the stu. They speak to us about how the famous agency is re-imagining itself and its approach to work in a changing adgame. They also give us their take on the transformation conversation. I mean, come on!

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Every day we hear about a small agency that’s just snatched a piece of advertising pie from the big players. Oh it is on. We also hang out with Young Creative winner, all round big mouth, and inspiration – Melusi Mloo Mhlungu. I mean, come on!

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When you are the CEO of an agency that hires all types of business solution oriented individuals, you know one or two things about how the kind of person we are employing has had to change. Neo announces an account win and we also get a surprise visit from a Botswana-based creative. I mean, come on!

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Is it still a sign of commitment to the job when creatives leave the office at 5am? Or are we driving them to committing suicide? Grant also talks to Khethiwe Makhubo of GirlTalk. Boom!

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