Industry Associations

 Loerie Awards

The Loerie Awards is all about recognising, rewarding and fostering creative excellence. It is a non-profit organisation serving the best interests of the industry; so all funding goes right back into the industry to be put towards promoting the industry and nurturing potential creatives, especially in disadvantaged communities.



The Pendoring Advertising Awards, established in 1994 by all the leading Afrikaans media role players, focuses on promoting and rewarding outstanding Afrikaans advertising. Pendoring is the only competition of its kind that focuses on the promotion of outstanding Afrikaans advertising, which undoubtedly is the best vehicle to speak directly to the heart and minds of Afrikaans-speaking consumers.


Institute of Directors

A professional body for business leaders, representing directors from various industries. The directors develop effective business tools to support members in strategic decision making.



The Advertising Media Association of Southern Africa, AMASA, is a registered Section 21 company, and since its inception as a professional body in 1971, has been at the forefront of media education and training in South Africa.


Marketing Association of South Africa

The Marketing Association of South Africa is a not-for-profit company which serves the best interests of the marketing industry. It was founded in 2007 to establish a professional representative voice for South Africa's marketing industry on matters of regulation and legislation, and to promote the professionalism, credibility and authority of the industry.

Mission, Vision and Values


Newsclip is a national media monitoring organisation, whose mission is to provide clients with key solutions to their media management strategies, by:

· Providing an innovative and customised media monitoring solution;
· Delivering on its client requirements timeously and reliably; and
· Remaining a technologically-driven, dynamic team, employing and developing quality people.


To create technologically-empowered solutions for communication management and outcomes-based media relations solutions, driven by excellence to meet its client’s holistic needs in a people- and future-focused environment.


Newsclip focuses on and is committed to quality delivery, and the expansion of technological boundaries in media monitoring management, through:

· Quality service: Delivering quality service to all clients.
· Customer focus: Our focus is to serve our customers.
· Operational efficiency: We strive for efficient and effective delivery of services.
· Research leadership: We continuously seek new ways to manage monitoring and media research.
· Embracing change: Being early adopters and innovators in a technologically dynamic media environment.

Legal Information

This agreement is between Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd (referred to as "us", "our" or "we" in these terms, which expressions shall include, where the context so admits, any other relevant subsidiaries of Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd or joint venture companies in which Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd directly or indirectly holds shares) and the visitors to our website (referred to as "you" or "your" in these terms).

In consideration of our making available this website for your use, you accept the terms of this agreement by your use of this website.

1. Who we are:

This website is controlled by Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd, a company incorporated under South African Law under company registration number  1999/002288/07.

 Registered office address:

 Physical address

 Cnr J.G. Strydom & Springhaas Road
 Constantia Kloof

 P.O. Box address

 Private Bag X1

 Telephone                          +27 (0)11 288 6600
 Facsimile                            +27 (0) 866 74 2264


 2. Terms of use:

1. You may use this website provided that you agree to the terms of use detailed below. If you use the website, you will be deemed to have accepted these terms. If you do not agree to these terms of use, you must not use this website.

2. We reserve the right to change these terms of use at any time by posting any changes on the website. The new terms will be effective immediately as they are posted, and by continuing to use this website, you will be deemed to have accepted the new terms.

3. Intellectual property:

Our website and all of the related pages - including but not limited to content, software, code, graphics or other material contained in or electronically distributed on this website - is owned by us or licensed to us and is protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights or laws. Unauthorised use of any copyrighted materials, trademarks or any other intellectual property without the express written consent of the owner is strictly prohibited.

4. Copyright and use of material:

1. We recognise that when you obtain access to our website, your computer downloads a copy of the  material on this website. By obtaining access to our website, you agree that you will use the material for your personal use only, and not for any commercial purpose whatsoever. You are responsible for acting in compliance at all times with all applicable copyright laws. 
2. In particular, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 3 above, you may not do any of the following without obtaining prior written permission from us:

1. Redistribute, modify, adapt or vary any of the content of our website. 
2. Remove any copyright or trademark notices from any copies of the content. 
3. Create a database in electronic or structured manual form by systematically downloading and storing all or any of the content from our website.

5. Links to third party sites:

This website contains hyperlinks to websites owned and controlled by third parties which are not under our control, and we are not responsible for the  contents of any linked third party site. The links are provided for your convenience, and any such link does not imply endorsement by us of the site nor does it  imply that there is any association between us and the operators of the third party site.

6. Warranties:

1. We do not give any warranty, condition, guarantee or representation, express or implied, relating to information contained on this website or on any website to which it is linked. 
2. We make no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness or suitability for any purpose of the information and related graphics contained on this website or on any website to which it is linked, or that such information is up-to-date. 
3. We do not warrant that our website, any website to which this website may be linked, or any relevant servers, are free of computer viruses or other harmfulapplications.

7. Use of information:

You agree that we may collect, store and use information about you in accordance with our Privacy Statement.

8. Limitation of liability: 
1. To the extent permitted by law, all implied terms are excluded. 
2. We shall not be liable to you regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort (including negligence and breach of statutory duty), strict   liability, or otherwise, for any loss of profit, business, contracts or revenues, or for any special, indirect or consequential or other losses or damages of any nature whatsoever, arising directly or indirectly out of your access to or use of our website. Any decisions you make based on information   contained in this website are your sole responsibility.
3. If you enter our website, you agree that this paragraph (8) relating to limitation of liability is reasonable, and that it reflects the nature of our website.

9. Indemnity:

You must indemnify and keep us indemnified fully against all liabilities, damages, claims, losses, costs and expenses, which we may incur to a third party or you  as a result of your breach of the provisions of this agreement.

10. Severance: 
If any term of this agreement is held by any competent authority to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, it shall not affect the enforceability of any of the  remaining terms of this agreement.

11. Waiver:

If we do not exercise any right under the terms of this agreement, then that shall not constitute a waiver of that right.

12. Applicable law and jurisdiction:

Your use of this website and any downloads from it, and the operation of this agreement, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of  South Africa, and any dispute arising out of or in connection with your use of this website shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of South  Africa.

13. Disclaimer:

The information contained on this website is intended to be, but is not guaranteed to be, complete, correct and up-to-date. This information is made available  without any representation or warranty, either expressly or implied. Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd (Hereinafter referred to as The Company) accepts no  responsibility as to the suitability or accuracy of any information on this website. The Company accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions on this  website.

14. Third parties:

To the extent that this website is published or hosted by a third party on our behalf, such third party will not be responsible for the accuracy of its contents.


While Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd has endeavoured to ensure that all information provided on the Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd website is  accurate and up-to-date, Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd takes no responsibility for any error or omission relating to this information.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd will not be liable for any cost, loss or damage suffered by you through your use of Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd websites or the failure of Newsclip Media Monitoring (Pty) Ltd in providing access to these websites or information updates.


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Section 51 PAIA Manual

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CSI Programmes

Newsclip is committed to responsible development and leadership in the community and industry in which we work. Our Corporate Social Investment programme supports industry players and recognised charities in a responsible and ethical manner. Each year, Newsclip supports these bodies and charities to the tune of over R2-million. Please visit our press office to view details of the many initiatives we support.

Care Initiatives

Newsclip CARES for the community

Newsclip has always been committed to assisting the community. We pride ourselves as a company that cares about its people, and we have a moral duty to care for those in the community. At the beginning of 2009, we got together and nominated and appointed a CARE Committee for the year going forward. The CARE committee is a team within Newsclip that is representative of every department – in this way, everyone gets involved. The team puts forward suggestions of charities in need of support, and from there, we decide which charities to support for the year, structuring our outreach programmes accordingly.

On Wednesday, 31 March, Newsclip’s Care Committee in association with KFC visited the Children’s Oncology ward at the Johannesburg General Hospital, to deliver the many teddy bear’s that were collected from the teddy bear drive at work.


On arrival, the team carried the big packets of teddy bears, and boxes filled with party packs, and were determined to do this in any way they could – even if it meant balancing the boxes on our heads, so that we could carry an extra two packets, we were determined to get the goodies to the kids.


Committee members, together with a surprise pop-in from ‘Chicky’ and his associates, had the opportunity to pay a visit to each child in the Oncology ward. The children were spoilt with teddy bears; party packs; bandanas; ‘Saved by grace’ bracelets; and a chicky-meal courtesy of KFC.


Pure bliss lit up each and every room in the ward, and although it had seemed that what we had done was something small to show these children that they are loved, to these children we had done something larger than life for them, and we had helped them find their smiles again.


Looking back on this experience, with what all of these children are going through at such a young age, they are so happy and content with life, that it makes us adults almost feel like we are the kids, putting us to shame because we are always needing more. A lesson was learnt to all  that it is so important to appreciate what we have; take time to enjoy what we have; and not to take what we have for granted – clichéd it might seem, but in all realness, in fact true.


The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all, and a heartfelt experience that will be remembered for many years to come

On Wednesday, 28 July, Newsclip’s Care Committee visited the SAVF Old Age Home. For this year’s outreach initiative, the committee presented residents with goodie bags filled with chips; snuggly Winter socks; and Newsclip placemats – thanks Arti Art for the stunning designs.


The fun-filled day was packed with different activities, such as traditional African face painting with Kerry, Nikki and Juliet; bingo games in the company of Enhle, Ilze, Riani and Brian; and musical entertainment with beautiful melodies by Helen, Josina and Angela – I think all can give Whitney Houston a run for her money, together with a Fred Astaire dance number by Sarah and I.


To keep tummys full and warm, committee members handed out cookies and Milo to all the residents.


Getting to meet the residents and putting a cup of Milo in their one hand and a biscuit in the other, was a truly wonderful experience. The visit was thoroughly enjoyed by all – and one where not only Newsclip had to entertain the SAVF residents, the SAVF residents entertained us with their stories and gestures.


I learnt from the day that no matter what, we need to be grateful for what we have and most importantly, never to forget about our parents and/ or guardians who raised us. Love them unconditionally no matter what circumstances they are in, or will be in one day. Remember, it was them who put you through school; fed you; put a roof over your head; and clothed you. They rubbed your tummy when it was sore and changed your nappy when you were a baby, they cared for you and loved you unconditionally.y

We are proud. Newsclip cares, we really do. Corporates can make a difference. Together we can change lives, and it takes very little to do so. While material investments are important, love and care are free. Many times, that is  all that’s needed.