Kholekile Mnisi has completed an internationally accredited Diploma in Digital Marketing with Brand School which is accredited by the Digital Marketing Institute in Dublin. He has had formal training in the fields of Mass media communications, Blogging, Corporate Communications, Human Resources, Strategic Planning, Marketing Management, Public Relations, CSR, NGO, SMME consulting as well as Brand Innovation and Management, Strategic Media Relations and Communications and Volunteering exposure. His varied exposure spans across the Sales and Marketing Communications environment in a business to business and business to client environment with a vested focus on: Media strategy implementation & planning, Project management, Website management, Content development for websites and Stakeholder/relationship management. He has worked for three Multinational Corporations in varied industries, some other local businesses in South Africa and other African Non-Governmental Organisations. A former student of the University of Johannesburg for a BA Public Management and Governance degree, he has been academically trained in the disciplines of Development Studies, Politics, Philosophy and International Relations, Information Management and English. He is currently completing a qualification in African Political Economics through Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute and the University of South Africa, his wide industries of exposure have been, Intergovernmental Organizations, NGOs, Risk Services, Insurance, Banking, FMCG and the Retail industries. He has a deep appetite for media with key relationships across media groups and segments, culture and lifestyle, thought leadership, reputation management and media relations. Kholekile serves as Communications Officer Youth Volunteer at the African Union Commission Youth Division and subsequently joined the Institute of Peace and Security Studies as a Consultant Head of Communications before joining Africa CDC as Digital Content Officer. He is currently a finalist in the Mail and Guardian 200 Young South Africans for the year 2020.