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UKZN welcomes Lesiba Seshoka recently appointed Executive Director: Corporate Relations

March 14, 2014

 


 
 

 Seshoka is a seasoned Industrial journalist, having been the founding editor of a    student newsletter The Peer Helper at the University of South Africa, he was awarded a merit award for “Outstanding contribution as editor” by UNISA and voted Peer Helper of the Year by the same institution.

  In 2001, He joined the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) as a    Technical Editor for their monthly magazine called Nursing Update and their quarterly    accredited nursing research journal called Curationis. In August 2002, he became the first  Head and Spokesman of DENOSA‘s newly established Media and International Relations  department, a post he held until late 2005. For a year, he was responsible for Communication,  Information, Reporting and Accounting Services at the Education, Labour Relations Council  where he was editor of two publications. He later joined the National Union of Mineworkers  as Head of Communications and ICT and spokesman, a position he held for seven years. At t  the NUM, he was Managing Editor of three publications.Throughout the years, he has been a  regular contributing columnist to various national newspapers such as The Sunday Independent, the Sowetan, City Press, Business Day and many others.He holds a Bachelor’s degree with Communication and English as majors; an Honours degree in English Language Literature, both from the University of South Africa. In addition, he completed a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree through UNISA School of Business Leadership and the UK based Open University.

Lesiba Seshoka is a seasoned Industrial journalist, having been the founding editor of a student newsletter The Peer Helper at the University of South Africa, he was awarded a merit award for “Outstanding contribution as editor” by UNISA and voted Peer Helper of the Year by the same institution.
In 2001, He joined the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) as a Technical Editor for their monthly magazine called Nursing Update and their quarterly accredited nursing research journal called Curationis. In August 2002, he became the first Head and Spokesman of DENOSA‘s newly established Media and International Relations department, a post he held until late 2005. For a year, he was responsible for Communication, Information, Reporting and Accounting Services at the Education, Labour Relations Council where he was editor of two publications. He later joined the National Union of Mineworkers as Head of Communications and ICT and spokesman, a position he held for seven years. At the NUM, he was Managing Editor of three publications.

Throughout the years, he has been a regular contributing columnist to various national newspapers such as The Sunday Independent, the Sowetan, City Press, Business Day and many others.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree with Communication and English as majors; an Honours degree in English Language Literature, both from the University of South Africa. In addition, he completed a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree through UNISA School of Business Leadership and the UK based Open University. 

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