13 Jan 2020

PRISA President Dr. Dalien Rene Benecke Johannesburg: Monday, 13 January 2020 : Season's Greetings to all Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) Members and Strategic Partners.A new year brings new hope, excitement of what is to come and fresh expectations for what we long to achieve.Reflecting on the many highlights of 2019, both as a country and as PRISA we indeed hav...

24 Dec 2019

To all PRISA Members & Strategic Partners During this Season we cannot be more Thankful and Grateful for succesfully completing the year being in business and serving you - our members.  PRISA soared to new heights with your support and commitment to the Public Relations and Communication Management profession. Sending you best wishes, for a Holiday Season filled with Joy...

27 Nov 2019

It’s with great sadness that we learned of Prof Sonja Verwey’s passing this morning. Prof (as she was fondly known) has been in hospital since the weekend following complications after a respiratory infection. Her last engagement with PRISA was in October 2019 during the Research Colloquium where she acted as moderator to the various papers presented. Her wisdom, in-depth understandi...

01 Nov 2019

The International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) will be hosting its sixth annual "Measurement Month" during November 2019. This initiative, which sees many events across the globe, aims to educate communication and public relations practitioners about the latest best-practices in measuring the effectiveness of their communication and Public Relati...

28 Oct 2019

PRISA welcomed delegates to an enriching research findings on various strategic Public Relations and Communication colloquium. Public Relations practitioners and Academia attended the fully subscribed, first PRISA Research Colloquium to take part in an enriching findings and discussions. Setting the tone, the Colloquium kicked off with a brief and introduction of the PRISA Presiden...

07 Oct 2019

Communicating during Disruption, Communicating for Inclusivity This year’s conference draws on the implications of technological disruption and other events changing media eco-system landscapes and the practice of PR and reputation management.  In particular, the conference looks as past, present and future events affecting not only urbanized connected human spaces, but also ...

30 Sep 2019

Public Relations Practice class Writes Victor Sibeko Week one of PRISA Professional Development Programme has come and gone. Practitioners will be facing new hurdles in the form of work-place practicals and written assignments. We are delighted about this eventuality that afforded practitioners an opportunity to go back to their workplace and apply the knowledge they have gained. I...

17 Sep 2019

Annah Joardan & Claudia Britoe
PRISA Professional Development Training Basic Principles of Public Relations, Public Relations Practice and Public Relations Management training. Hail to Claudia Britoe and Annah Jordan for pulling four different training all at once. For the first ever, all three Little Tuscany Boutique Hotel venues are taken over, fully booked by PRISA including the National office boardroom. “I am ...

14 Sep 2019

Victor Sibeko - PRISA CEO Durban, KwaZulu Natal: The Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) hosted a Meet & Greet and region relaunch event dubbed “In conversation with the PRISA CEO - Victor Sibeko” at the Riverside Hotel, Durban North on Thursday, 12 September 2019. The call to this meeting was met with mixed feelings but what stood out was the enthusiasm m...

28 Aug 2019

PRISA Western Cape Region relaunched
Dedication and commitment to reach out to PRISA Western Cape members in Cape time last night paid off immensely. PRISA held its long awaited extra ordinary meeting at the Cape of Good Hope Castle in Cape Town. It was about time we had disruptive engagement which clearly proved that alone we can do so little but achieve more when we practice what we preach – Engage our stakeholders and...