Digital Impact Awards Africa 2015

MetropolitanRepublic client MTN Uganda shines at Digital Impact Awards Africa

MetropolitanRepublic client MTN Uganda was the mainstay of the Digital Impact Awards Africa held in Kampala, Uganda, on August 21 2015, taking home the prize in five of the categories, including digital brand of the year.


Want to join the Republic?

Interested in a job at MetropolitanRepublic? We’re looking for a digital creative director, a digital administrator/PA, a social media manager and digital designers.

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Will today’s top 10 brands still be here in 10 years?

Some sectors may be threatened by disruptor innovators, writes MetropolitanRepublic head of digital operations Bronwen Auret.

Josephine Muvumba

‘Create something that resonates with people’

TV channel NTV in Uganda has interviewed Josephine Muvumba, a creative director in MetropolitanRepublic’s Uganda office.


MetropolitanRepublic wins LEGiT account

Hip fashion outlet LEGiT has appointed MetropolitanRepublic as its communications agency. LEGiT is the current ‘it’ brand for young women who favour an edgy, modern look, boasting more than 200 outlets in South Africa and fast expanding into the rest of Africa.

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MetropolitanRepublic lends a hand in Ebola charity single

MetropolitanRepublic is proud to have contributed to the production of a music video for the new Africa Against Ebola rendition of “We Are the World”.

IAB SA Pulse

IAB SA, MetropolitanRepublic reveal the beating heart of digital SA

Hard-working campaign educates consumers on

In mid-2014, South African online comparison engine asked MetropolitanRepublic to create a new campaign to educate consumers on the features and benefits of its insurance price comparison service.


Oh, the things you’ll discover: powerful new MTN ad

A heart-warming new television commercial, launched by MTN Global in more than 10 countries across Africa, shows us that anything is possible with the power of the Internet. 


Nando’s serves up red-hot social commentary

Nando’s, the proudly South African restaurant chain famous for its original flame-grilled peri-peri chicken, has lit a fire with its latest cheeky and controversial TV advertisement viewed more than 300,000 times on YouTube in less than four days.