President Jacob Zuma congratulated DJ Black Coffee for being the first South African music artist to win a BET award

SPOTTED: Drake was seen arriving at Lanseria Airport and hanging out at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg

Nando's 25th birthday ad celebrates SA

2012-09-17 10:22
 
Cape Town - What are your 25 reasons to love South Africa?

This is what fast food chain Nando's is asking its fans to reveal in their latest campaign celebrating their 25th birthday.

The first of four TV adverts released as part of the campaign features the Nando's reason #9: We have great athletes.

The video sees a group of car guards racing and dodging obstacles to help a woman get out of her parking spot, as she furiously tries to get in her car before they arrive at her window.

The other reasons are being shared in print adverts and on Pinterest.

The public have an opportunity to win Nando's vouchers by creating their own "25 Reasons" boards and re-pinning their favourite reasons. for more details on how to participate, click here.

The brand also adopted a new slogan as part of their birthday campaign: "25 years and still playing with fire".

Earlier this year, a Nando's TV commercial about xenophobia was banned by the SABC, e.tv and DStv, supposedly for being in bad taste. The group, however, defended its position and maintained the commercial merely highlighted the absurdity of xenophobia.

Watch the new Nando's TV commercial here:



Read more on:    nando's  |  tv
NEXT ON CHANNEL24X

24.com publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

Comment on this story
8 comments
Comments have been closed for this article.
 

Recent News

Matthew McConaughey says he has discussed the possibility of returning to True Detective with series creator Nic Pizzolatto. Read More »

The SABC has come up with mind-boggling reasons for why the public broadcaster has decided to censor public protest visuals on SABC TV news. Read More »

inside channel 24

There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.