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Media Trainer

Kate Turkington has been media training for the past 15 years. She is former Director of Wits TV at the University of the Witwatersrand. She has acted as a communications consultant to the State President's Office, the Department of Foreign Affairs, and M-Net. Her weekly Sunday night talkshow Believe it or Not on www.702.co.za and www.capetalk.co.za  was South Africa's longest running radio talkshow - 20 years old in August 2012. She now hosts a travel slot on Radio 702/Cape Talk's Sunday Breakfast Show.

Jeremy Maggs is a former co-anchor on Summit Television. He is media editor of Future Business magazine and the Financial Mail, and was former host of the daily morning radio drive time show AM-Live on SAFM. He also hosts Maggs on Media,  a weekend radio show dealing with the media. He was the presenter of the award-winning Who Wants to be a Millionaire as well as co-presenter of the breakfast television show am2day. He is currently host of ETV's Newsnight.

Turkington and Maggs have been media training for the past 15 years.

Together, Turkington and Maggs, both practising print and electronic media journalists, form the most experienced hands-on media skills training team in South Africa. They have clients in the entertainment industry, financial services, blue chip companies, government departments, parastatals, universities, technikons and many more. Clients include Castrol, Commutanet, Nedbank, Stanlib, Standard Bank, Gillette, Broll Property Group, Lekana, MTN Banking, CGCSA, SAB, BJM, Virgin Mobile, SAFA, Motorola, Hollard, Sasol, Pfizer, Telkom, Liberty Life, Etana, Microsoft and many more.

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For more information, please email KateT@702.co.za

 


About

Kate Turkington is one of South Africa’s best-known broadcasters, travellers and travel writers.

Her weekly Sunday night three-hour live Talk Radio 702 / CapeTalk talkshow, Believe It Or Not, 8-11pm, turned 20 in August 2012 and when it came to an end in early 2013 was South Africa’s longest-running radio talkshow with the same host in the same time slot. She now hosts a weekly travel slot every Sunday morning between 8.40am and 9am on Radio 702/Cape Talk's Breakfast Show where she talks about the when, where, why, what and how of travel both locally and internationally from her vast personal experience.

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