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Providing a strategic vision and roadmap to optimise your communication needs.
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Keep audiences engaged, engrossed, and on the edge of their seats.
Developing strategies and content to help NGOs and companies to engage their audience.
Drawing on half a century’s worth of media expertise, our team harnesses the power of story to foreground your strategic vision and roadmap for optimal communication.
News and Insights
Artificial Intelligence and new technologies are increasingly becoming part of the fabric of many newsrooms impacting all stages of journalistic practice from production to consumption.
At the 2022 African Investigative Journalism Conference, keynote speaker London School of Economics professor Charlie Beckett reflected on the host of opportunities that have been presented by new digital technologies but also pointed out how AI can and has supported the newsroom.
In a new era of immersive storytelling and interactive communications, the great benefit and implications for journalism and media practitioners is an opportunity to reimagine storytelling where stories are not to be only read but experienced.
But what does this mean for journalists and local newsrooms and their audiences?
As we commemorate the 45th anniversary of Black Wednesday, the threats to media freedom, independence and diversity today are different from 1977, but they are real
Meet multi-award winning public health and gender justice champion Shakira Choonara who is driven by an interest in creating systems that level the plainfield for young women to thrive.
In the recently disputed 2022 Kenyan general election profiling, brown envelope journalism and violence towards reporters were some of the main concerns as Kenyan journalists covered the election season.
Online platforms are replete with examples of false information. Media practitioners and policymakers have been working on strategies to counter disinformation for years. Researchers suggest an increase in the levels of media literacy among citizens.
In this final episode of season 2 were in conversation with public relations consultant, public speaker, tech journalist and WomeninTechZA co-founder Samantha Perry.
Freedom of expression in eSwatini is on further decline as Prime Minister Cleopas Sipho Dlamini has announced online news publication Swaziland News and editor Zweli Dlamini are ‘terrorists’.
Each week, frayintermedia highlights an advocacy hero doing good work on the continent and honours them as our #frayHero. Meet climate change and gender justice champion Gugu Nonjinge who is an NDP 2030 ambassador and a leading voice for climate justice in South Africa.
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amandla.mobi is a highly respected NGO that seeks to build a just and people-powered South Africa through mobile-phone protests. We have had a close working relationship with amandla.mobi for many years and their latest campaign has called out big businesses and the government for a lack of transparency, flagging industry interference as unlawful and unfair to consumers.
Supporting the positive role of men in children’s lives, Heartlines, a South African-based social and behavioural change NGO aimed at prompting positive societal values, launched a Fathers Matter project to support, encourage and equip today’s fathers and families to build stronger ties most healthier communities.
Oxfam South Africa in partnership with the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) recently launched research papers that point to accountability gaps at the New Development Bank.
Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, in partnership with Oxfam South Africa, conducted a study in 2017 on Violence Against Women (VAW). The study sought to understand the high prevalence within South Africa and also aimed to inform interventions made by government and society in addressing VAW.
In 2018 Sanlam turned 100 and needed a team that could capture that story and turn it into a documentary. They chose frayintermedia, so we developed a methodology that would dig deep into Sanlam’s archives and blend its historical footage seamlessly with modern interviews with some of Africa’s most important executives.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) asses the use of values in communication in Media Africa’s Election bridge evaluation. KAS approached frayintermedia to help monitor social media around elections in southern Africa.
WITS Link Centre launched an e-Learning course in honour of the late Jeanette Minnie. She was a tireless activist who made significant contributions to medai freedom across the globe.
SADC Groundwater Management Institute commenced regional conversation centred on groundwater.
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) partners with frayintermedia to host Digital Media Awards.
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Our clients are storytellers of every form: in newsrooms, development organisations, community publications and corporate offices.
“frayintermedia was committed to meeting our needs and went beyond expectations to offer high quality, professional services”
– Robson Chakwana, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
“Thanks to you and the frayintermedia Team for your professionalism and dedication to excellent service delivery”
– Carine Seke, Mandela Institute of Development Studies (MINDS)
“frayintermedia proved to be reliable with their delivery and the Presidency was indeed satisfied with the quality of editing done”
– Nombongo Zwelibanzi, The Presidency Republic of South Africa
“The team has always delivered utmost quality in graphic design, printed materials, animations, social media videos and graphics, and taken care that all content is on par with SADC-GMI’s identity and brand”
– Thokozani Dlamini, SADC Groundwater Management Institute
“frayintermedia have always provided personal, professional services, have always been attentive and responsive and respected deadlines and other pressures”
– Anton Harber, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg