Public Service Award
In 2019, the Public Service Award will provide the recognition deserved for outstanding creative work in this sector. This new award was conceived with the intention to reward campaigns created for charitable work.
All work that is marked as public service or charity on the entry form will be eligible for the Public Service Award. Once the Gold winning work has been selected at the end of Judging Week, the Loeries Chairperson, Tseliso Rangaka, and one additional judge will select the winner of this special award - which will be presented at the final awards evening.
Brand South Africa Young Creatives Award - WIN $5000:
The Brand South Africa Young Creatives Award recognises outstanding achievement by talented individuals at the beginning of their careers (27 or under), working in any area of brand communication. The award consists of a cash award of $5000. Entry is free, but subject to the Loeries standard terms and conditions which can be found on the link at the bottom of this page. For more information on the award click here.
Creative Future Scholarship - receive a full scholarship to kickstart your career in creative communications!
The Loeries initiated the Creative Future Scholarship in 2008 to encourage and enable creativity at grassroots level, by assisting learners from a disadvantaged background to study brand communication at a tertiary institution. Last year, the scholarship was awarded to Khanyisa Rosemary Mabasa from Allen Glen High and Keamohetsoe Tsima from Pro Arte Alphen Park. Khanyisa will be studying at AAA School of Advertising Johannesburg while Keamohetsoe will be attending Vega School, Johannesburg.
The Creative Future Scholarship covers just about everything - fees, study materials, accommodation and living expenses. Plus it offers mentorship, internship and employment in the communications industry. Unlike other education funds, this programme goes to high schools across the country, builds awareness and seeks out talented individuals. Through this process, learners who would otherwise be unaware of the opportunities available, are brought into the creative industry.