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The SA Leader Magazine

Digital September 2015 Cover

In the September issue

How to recruit through Social Media

Uber yourself before you get Kodaked

POPI and Medical Practices

Leading and staying focus


Marketing Articles

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Emotional bond with customers crucial

Emotional bond with customers crucial

Stakeholders, more often than not, rely on the corporate reputation of a company... Read more

Misconceptions about marketing “in Africa”

Misconceptions about marketing “in Africa”

With some of the fast-growing economies in the world on our doorstep and growth ... Read more

C.R.M. Can Be Really Magical – When It…

C.R.M. Can Be Really Magical – When It Works

Are you doing everything in your power to ensure that you use your Customer Rela... Read more

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VIDI calls for local content submissions

VIDI has called on both professional and amateur producers of local video content to submit their work via the VIDI website for possible inclusion in the video-on-demand (VOD) service's South African content selection.


Interested visitors to  are able to submit their video content via a dedicated link. The videos will be reviewed by the VIDI local content team who will decide on its suitability for posting on the streaming video site. Formal commercial contract terms will then be proposed by VIDI and, if accepted, the content will be added to the VIDI site.


"This is a golden opportunity for producers of South African content to access a well-visited platform on which to showcase their talents. We're hoping the next generation of content producers who are currently amateurs will see this as that big opportunity to take them to the next level," said Janene Matsukis, VIDI spokesperson.


VIDI, launched commercially last year, is emerging as a well-known supporter of South African video content. It is a sponsor of the Independent Mzansi Short Film Festival (IMSFF), a four-day short film celebration. IMSFF 2015 screened some 20 hours of short films from up-and-coming directors and producers in South Africa during June 2014.


VIDI is also committed to bringing the problem of illegal content downloads via the web to the fore and has recently launched a publicity campaign aimed at encouraging South African web users to 'keep it local and legal'.

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