Tshepo Sefotlhelo has returned to Vuma Reputation Management in the position Director of Operations. Sefotlhelo is strong in media relations, crisis communication and reputation management.
Some notable companies, brands and projects he has worked on include BHP Billiton, Namibian Marine Phosphate, Gijima, Jasco and Winston the Pigeon. He helped with the re-launching of Kuruman Manganese Mine and the rebranding of uBank (then Theba), as well as other brands in both the private and public sector. Sefotlhelo was part of the team that worked on the ANC’s 2014 national campaign, as the social media and PR lead and serves on the National Task Team for the Department of Communications, he is also the co-founder and a director of ReaderLympics, an NPC that promotes reading and teaches the benefits thereof.
In December 2014, through his consultancy firm KELSEF Media, Sefotlhelo was commissioned to draft a communication strategy for government’s “War Room,” in response to the energy crisis.
The power of social media was demonstrated by the ticker-board at the launch of the Electoral Commission Results Centre. In the space of about 90 minutes, there were more than 4 500 posts related to South Africa’s municipal elections. That is nearly one a second. Four out of five of those posts were on Twitter. This […] Read more