Charissa Bloomberg is a renowned Integrity Leadership specialist, accredited Emotional Intelligence facilitator, media activist and CEO of Hidden Dimensions; a corporate training and consulting company.
Gerry Rantseli-Elsdon is a South African television presenter, host, MC and businesswoman best known for co-hosting the first season of the reality television competition Big Brother South Africa, in 2001.
TV presenter, model, actress, MC, entrepreneur, singer, adrenalin junkie, and part-time Bcom student, Jade Hübner* is proving to be a multi-talented woman with a dream of taking over the entertainment industry in a big way.
Jeremy Maggs is a South African journalist, radio host and television presenter, best known for hosting the game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? and for anchoring the Primetime news show on DStv's eNews Channel.
Seriously against apathy, child abuse, ignorance and corruption, Jo Ann is well known on the charity circuit and involved in Mzansi-Afrika and various business ventures and corporate social investment projects.
Although a fearsome presence on the field, Kobus Wiese is a sought-after Master of Ceremony and public speaker who uses his experiences on the field to demonstrate how motivation and team spirit are essential to success of any kind.
Lizma is a veteran radio news journalist and also the founder member of Smile 90.4FM, a commercial Cape Town radio station. She headed up the News and Talk Content division and is still a member of the Founders’ Board of Directors.
Noeleen Maholwana-Sangqu is the host of the popular television show 3 Talk and a director of the HIRS Women’s Development Consultancy.She is also a consultant in marketing, public relations and strategy and is a personal executive development consultant to key Government Ministers.
With his understanding of current affairs, particularly pan-African issues, and knowledge of business affairs he has become a sought after Conference Facilitator, Master of Ceremonies and Programme Director both in South Africa and abroad.
With many years in broadcast journalism, in South Africa and abroad, Gwala has experience as a reporter, news anchor, producer, talk show host, news editor and current affairs programme presenter in both English and Zulu, on radio and television.