SA Game Jam 2021 - Good Boi, Puggo

03 November

Our Game Design students and lecturers competed in the 72-hour SA Game Jam given the theme, “The urge to discover”. Good Boi, Puggo is an adventure RPG where Puggo must find out who the good boi really is.

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SA Game Jam:

Jared Brandjes- Lead Dev / UI
Christiaan De Jager- Level Design / Dev
Paulo Vilela- Lead Art / Dev
Anzel Larkins – Music / Narrative / Graphic design
Chris Solomon – Dev / Technical Artist / Rigging
Andre Terblanche – Dev / Sound
Bronwin Henn – Animation
Mark Shope – VFX
Willem Willemse – Dev
William Basson – Moral Support / Code / Models
Marnus Labuschagne – World Building
Jonathan Bala – QA

SA Game Jam

Congratulations to the following 2021 Loerie Award Winners

25 OCT 2021

Rewarding creative excellence across Africa and the Middle East

The Loeries has been rewarding creativity for over 40 years.

As Africa and the Middle East’s premier award that recognises, rewards inspires and fosters creative excellence in the advertising and brand communication industry, winning a Loerie is the highest accolade for creativity and innovation across our region. The Loeries, a proudly not-for-profit company, promotes and supports creativity by helping marketers, agencies and consumers appreciate the value of fresh thinking, innovative ideas and outstanding execution.

Digital Media
Rooted (Own Brand) Mobile Application
Josh McDonald

General Design
011 Creative Club
Jack Singer

General Design
What would happen if we went a different route?
Chanel Slabbert

Online Film, Short Film & Music Videos
Short Animation Explorations of Femininity
Alexandra Botha-Green

Online Film, Short Film & Music Videos
Short Animation Kung Pao
Thomas Walsh, Ruben Venter, Celia Kumpf

Online Film, Short Film & Music Videos
Onvermydelik Short Film
Arné Boshoff

Television, Film & Video Crafts
Craft Certificate
Onvermydelik: Original Music
Barnardo Bloem

Television, Film & Video Crafts
Craft Certificate
Onvermydelik: Original Screenplay
Arné Boshoff

Television, Film & Video Crafts
Craft Gold
Onvermydelik: Cinematography
Luzanne Potgieter

Loerie Award Winners

Azelda Olivier wins SA National Award for Sony World Photography Awards 2021

10 FEB 2021

Olivier’s photograph was shot for a project that studied colour theory and uses a warm colour palette. The image further explores colour by analysing its socially constructed meaning – using the colour pink, which is often associated with femininity, to blur the lines between gender stereotypes.

Olivier is a 22-year-old second-year visual communications student at the Open Window Institute for Arts and Digital Sciences, South Africa. She never took art in school and only began her creative journey in 2020, when she left her studies in finances to study graphic design. She considers this a big leap of faith that led to her finding her true passion.

Commenting on her win, she said: “This award truly means the world to me. I shot this photograph at the very beginning of my photography studies, so the recognition from this award will unquestionably help me trust my creative instincts and to be more self-confident. I’m filled with gratitude for the opportunity to showcase my work and to receive a voice through this wonderful platform. I hope that this photograph inspires at least one individual.”

As the South African National Award winner, Azelda Olivier receives Sony digital imaging equipment.
The overall winners in the Student, Youth, Open and Professional competition of the Sony World Photography Awards 2021 will be announced on 15 April 2021 via the World Photography Organisation’s digital and video platforms.

For more information about winners and shortlists, visit