This week, Sizakele Marutlulle (Marutlulle and Co) critiqued a truly inspiring new ad by Nike, featuring legend-of-legends Serena Williams.
She gave it a resounding “hero” rating.
Watch the ad below, prepare to feel inspired!
Marutlulle hates the SAB advertisement for 1 litre Castles and its promise “for all types of bru”.
SAB gets a “zero”.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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