So proud of you.
Good luck!-Hopefully finally something will come out of Zakumi! and friends
Best wishes-First we had Tumi Makgabo who had an illustrious career at CNN and was darling of South Africans for all the right reasons. When the hot potato started bubbling in her hands, she rightfully dropped it. Only for another Journalist/Radio Host (Tim Modise) to pick it up. Of course the heat was too much for him too and he has since gone back to his day job. Now Rich Mkhondo former Independent News and I believe SAA. Hmmm? I am wondering..And hoping Mr. Mkhondo does not drop the ball before the 2010 World Cup kick off
Communications can only improve-Many people in Europe are pleased to hear that Tim Modisi has been replaced. However, Mr.Mkhondo's priority must be to drastically improve the image of the LOC. Already, there is serious concern in professional circles about the inability to communicate with the LOC. Having been involved with the successful World Cup in Germany, I have offered to work with the LOC using my considerable experience. However, many letters and Tel. calls have been ignored and I am still waiting to establish contact.
If anyone can suggest a way to communicate with the new Chief Communications Officer, including an Email address, I would be grateful. Alternatively, readers are welcome to forward my message to Mr.Mkhondo, quoting my Email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) to facilitate his response.
Moholoane wa Arsenal
Well done Moholoane-I am proud of you and I know you can do it. Just do it!!!!!
We hope he will last longer than Tim at LOC-His appointment also burdens him with the duty to prove that journalists turned PR can deliver exceptionally well in PR. We can only hope that he will last longer than ntate Modise. Good luck Mr Mkhondo.
Sephiri wa lesele
Rich Mkhondo joins 2010 LOC-Well, jugding by his credentials, he might deliver what is expected of him.