Savvy, smart, connected and proven all define FBI Communications – a South African-based creative media, PR, marketing and communications agency – with a track record in the public and private sector. With a solid approach to planning, implementation and excellence, we deliver customised, efficient and profitable strategies in achieving our client’s specific media and marketing goals.
Farhana Bee Ismail
Farhana Ismail, CEO of FBI Communications, is a member of Public Relations Institute of South Africa, Judge of Maritime Industry Awards and Editor of Africa Daily. She has more than 20 years of experience advising clients how to use their communications assets to protect, enhance, develop and defend their enterprise value. She has a broad network of relationships with key influencers providing communications counsel based on in-depth industry knowledge and experience.
I have observed FBI Communication's involvement in a variety of projects that demonstrate its continuing deep commitment to service delivery, Richard Sizani, Public Service Commission.
It is often a daunting task to draw audiences at all levels. This we managed to achieve dramatically with Farhana’s articulation, attention to detail, determination, legendary reputation and expertise in media relations, Nobatembu Pako, Asgisa Eastern Cape.
FBI Communications have produced fantastic results to promote our growing presence in South Africa and abroad with strong connections with journalists from high calibre national and regional media outlets, Tebogo Ramatjie, SAMSA.
In recognition of the celebration of the former African National Congress president Oliver Tambo, the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), has concentrated its efforts in the Eastern Cape to accelerate the advancement and improvement of maritime interests and the building of the oceans economy, including promoting marine tourism.
Tambo was one of the leaders of the South African liberation movement and a founding father of the constitutional democracy.
SAMSA’s intervention has already started un Bisho, Port St Johns and Mbizana. Go to http://blog.samsa.org.za/ for more information.
Twenty young South African cadets will face freezing conditions to fulfill their dreams of becoming role-players in the maritime industry in South Africa and abroad. The cadets, aged from 20-27, fresh from their academic studies at the Cape Peninsula University…Read More
Attention All Editors/Maritime Reporters INDONESIAN SAILOR AIRLIFTED TO SAFETY OFF CAPE TOWN Cape Town, South Africa, November 28, 2017: An ill crew member of a bulk carrier was airlifted to safety amid strong winds off Cape Town early today The…Read More
Press Release Attention: All News Editors/Maritime Reporters SAMSA completes Thandi accident Cape Town, South Africa: November 27, 2017: The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has completed a preliminary enquiry on the passenger vessel Thandi which encountered bad weather on…Read More