Taking PRISA to the next level
Firstly let me applaud the successive PRISA managements over many years for their contribution in sustaining the Institute as a representative body for the public relations and communication profession for the past 59 years.
As much as what many past achievements can be recorded in the archives as success stories, our efforts will only be acknowledged on what we do today and in the future. Member perceptions will be influenced positively if we are creative about our support, we advance a culture of innovation and deliver on our promises.Read more ...
29 May 2016
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Malesela Maubane CPRP
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning”. With these words in mind, the re-launch of the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa’s (PRISA) vision and mission was a befitting exercise to take the Institute beyond its 2017 Diamond Jubilee celebration.
It was also an honour for the Limpopo Region to be the first to host the PRISA President, Thabisile Phumo, APR, on her journey to take PRISA to the next level. Public relations and communication management professionals gathered on Friday evening 18 November at Polokwane Royal Hotel for a networking session with the President.Read more ...
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