Meet Tshepo Sefotlhelo
Tshepo’s strengths lie in media relations, crisis communication and reputation management.
He has worked on notable companies, brands and projects, including BHP Billiton, Namibian Marine Phosphate, Gijima, Jasco and Winston the Pigeon. Tshepo assisted with the re-launching of Kuruman Manganese Mine and the rebirth of Teba Bank as UBank, a retail bank for the mass market, as well as several relaunches of other brands in both the private and public sector. In 2014, through his consultancy firm KELSEF Media, Tshepo was commissioned to draft a communication strategy for government’s “War Room,” in response to the energy crisis.
He was also part of the ANC’s 2014 national campaign team, serving as the social media and PR lead, and he serves on the National Task Team for the Department of Communications. He is also the co-founder and a director of ReaderLympics, a non-profit company that promotes culture of reading among families and communities. Tshepo’s background in sales and customer service serves as a solid foundation for working under pressure, while meeting deadlines and delivering quality work.
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