THE MOST AMAZING POSITIVE VIBES FROM SOME OF THE YOUNG FOLKS DOES IN JOZI THAT WE HARDLY KNOW!

Tebogo Ditshego is a former freelance journalist writing for Avusa Media publications such as the Business Day, Sowetan and Sunday Times and he holds Honors in Communications and Media Studies from the University of Johannesburg and a certificate in Business and Entrepreneurship from the University of Wisconsin in the US.
He grew up in Kagiso, which is in the West Rand of Johannesburg and started his first company Ditshego Media in 2011. In 2015, Tebogo was listed as one of Fast Company Magazine’s top 100 most creative South Africans in business. Later that year, the Sowetan featured him as one of South Africa’s top 100 young bosses. In 2014, he was also named one of the top 200 Young South Africans by the Mail and Guardian.
Tebogo Ditshego was nominated for the University of Johannesburg’s Alumni Digitas Award in 2015, which honors graduates who achieve a dynamic legacy of accomplishment. In 2006 and 2007 he was elected twice consecutively to serve in the University of Johannesburg’s Student Representative Council. He also represented the University of Johannesburg twice consecutively at the annual Southern African Communications Conference for his honours research essays.
Tebogo Ditshego is the chief executive officer (CEO) of South African public relations agency Ditshego Media. Forbes Magazine included him in their list of the top 30 African entrepreneurs under 30 in 2014. In 2012 he founded an on-line book club called ReadaBookSA, which has grown to become the biggest on-line book club in Africa.
In 2016, Tebogo Ditshego published his first African fiction book "Kasi Nerd" which went on to be a bestseller. In June, 2014 Tebogo Ditshego participated in the Mandela Fellowship for Young African leaders in the US, a programme launched by US President Barack Obama. The Mail & Guardian newspaper listed Tebogo Ditshego as one of the top 200 youth in South Africa for the work he has done in spreading a culture of reading books.
He worked on the communications campaign for the "Mandela" banknotes for the South African Reserve Bank. In 2006 and 2007 he was selected twice consecutively to serve in the Student Representative Council at the University of Johannesburg. Tebogo Ditshego represented the University of Johannesburg twice consecutively to present his research papers at the Southern African Association of Communications Conference.
 @TebogoDitshego  (Twitter)



 

No comments: