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Heroes and Zeros in a time of pandemic

Heroes and Zeros in a time of pandemic

Andy Rice, branding expert, on the ads that made him think, laugh or cringe.

The good, the bad and the boring of this week's ad campaigns

The good, the bad and the boring of this week's ad campaigns

A campaign to improve the standard of advertising gets a star - and a used car commercial crashes.

Nando's reply to a mouldy burger - the best and the worst ads of the week

Nando's reply to a mouldy burger - the best and the worst ads of the week

A witty reply to a mouldy Whopper is a winner.

An Allan Gray advertisement hits home and a golf resort gets lost

An Allan Gray advertisement hits home and a golf resort gets lost

Andy Rice, branding and advertising expert, tells us what ads caught his fancy and which ones baffled him.

Bewitching and bewildering ad campaigns of the week

Bewitching and bewildering ad campaigns of the week

Branding expert Andy Rice focuses on an advertisement campaign that is part of an ageism backlash. This, and more, in Heroes and Zeros.

Which commercials gave bang for buck and which ones bummed this week?

Which commercials gave bang for buck and which ones bummed this week?

An advertising and branding expert chooses his favourite and least favourite advertisements of the week.

[WATCH] Rainbow-level multiracial family playing Nando’s ‘Mzansipoli’... LOL!

[WATCH] Rainbow-level multiracial family playing Nando’s ‘Mzansipoli’... LOL!

You can play the race card but you’re liable for black tax. White privilege keeps you out of jail and paying etolls is voluntary.

Unleash your inner foodie with McDonald’s… seriously?

Unleash your inner foodie with McDonald’s… seriously?

What do you think of when you hear the word “foodie”? Probably not McDonald’s, but that’s how it's pitching its McFlurries.

Nivea men’s 'manly, butch' new TV ad  is 'corny as hell, clichéd, uninspiring'

Nivea men’s 'manly, butch' new TV ad is 'corny as hell, clichéd, uninspiring'

Branding and advertising expert Andy Rice runs out of adjectives to describe how awful Nivea men’s new TV advert is.