TENACITY MAGAZINE is published by TENACITYSA (PTY) LTD, a legally registered entity of South Africa based in Bendor Polokwane, Limpopo Province. Our mission is to bring quality audience to the clients, while at the same time providing quality content for the audience. We create concepts with a developmental value to promote entrepreneurship, education and skills development.
The company is led by Thabiso Kotane and Charles Tladi who are also the founders.
Thabiso Kotane is a journalist by profession with over 21 years of radio and television broadcasting experience. Mr Kotane is currently a Talk-show Host on Capricorn FM, the position he occupied since 2007 when the Radio Station was launched. He served the station as News Editor since 2007 and was later promoted to Station Manager, a position he held until May 2016 when he resigned to focus on business.
He studied Journalism at the Deutsche Welle Broadcasting Centre in Cologne Germany and Basic Economics at the Wits Business School. Thabiso worked as a trainer of journalists for community radio station, commissioned by the Institute for the Advancement of Journalists (IAJ).
His long career in broadcasting started at BUA Community radio station in 1996. He has since presented on Voice of Soweto, Classic FM, produced for Summit TV, Etv news, worked at Metro FM, Kaya FM and SAFM as Senior Producer for current affairs programmes.
Charles Tladi is an experienced Retailer with over eight (8) years in the industry, five (5) of those as a manager. He brings a wealth of experience in Operations,
Industrial Relations as well as Sales and Marketing and print publication experience to the Venture. Charles is very innovative, a creating thinker, an avid reader with proven Leadership qualities and an Entrepreneur with a passion for community development.
He served as a Business Development Consultants at Bunang Consulting for 3 years, where he assisted Cooperatives with strategy development for marketing, business growth and financial administration. Charles worked with emerging community newspapers in Polokwane between 2009 and 2011 and has developed his love for media operations since.
- Young people 18 – 25 years
- College and University students
- LSM 3 – 7
- Forward thinking
- Focused on career development
- Brand conscious
- Aspirant and independent
- Social media consumers / users