advertising standards authority of south africa (asa)

  1. Kevin Lancaster

    Sony Xperia Z1 can be called waterproof in SA

    Sony Xperia Z1 can be called waterproof again Sony Mobile has successfully appealed a previous ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll price ads still misleading

    E-toll price ads remain misleading: ASA Sanral has tried to substantiate earlier claims made in advertisements, but the Advertising Standards Authority remains unconvinced
  3. Jan

    “Psychic with mystical powers” website hauled before SA advertising body

    “Psychic with mystical powers” – 0; ASA – 1 Dr. Semba said he is blessed with this gift to accurately tell what the future holds, but could not see an adverse ASA ruling coming.
  4. jes

    Sanral misleads with E-toll radio ads: ASA

    Sanral misleads with E-toll radio ads: ASA The ASA has accepted an undertaking by Sanral to amend what it calls speculative claims in a radio commercial
  5. jes

    DStv website misleads on BoxOffice info, says ASA

    DStv website misleads on BoxOffice: ASA The Advertising Standards Authority has partially upheld a complaint over DStv’s “get pricing” feature on its website
  6. QuintonB

    Mweb uncapped ADSL is truly uncapped: ASA

    Mweb uncapped ADSL claims win at ASA Mweb’s enforcement of its acceptable use policy does not preclude the ISP from advertising its uncapped ADSL products as “uncapped”
  7. jes

    Smartphone storage specs advertising confusion in SA

    Smartphone storage specs advertising confusion in SA The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa has ruled on the issue of how smartphone memory sizes are specified
  8. jes

    Cell C misleads with 15c per MB advertising: ASA

    Cell C 15c per MB advertising misleading: ASA The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa has ruled that a billboard advertising Cell C’s 15c/MB data rate is misleading
  9. jes

    MTN Mahala everyday under fire

    MTN Mahala everyday under fire ASA rules on a competitor complaint from Cell C over MTN’s “Mahala everyday” advertising
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