Tebo Nwanjang studied towards an LLB degree, holds a National Diploma in Business Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing, Master in Business Administration and currently studying towards a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration. Tebo is currently a Senior Managing Partner at INFO-AFRIC, Project Director at ARUGIC and was Project Director for African Village Project during the 2010 Soccer World Cup. He is also a part time lecturer at the University of Johannesburg (Centre for Small Business Development). His experience in Management Consultation and training (Corporate Risk Management; Projects Risk Management and Community Engagement Strategies) spans more than 100 000 hours.
Managing Partner; INFO-AFRIC GROUP
Acha holds Masters Degree in Business Administration, specializing in Strategic Management & Global Leadership Development from Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, NUCB Graduate School and a Masters Degree in Financial Economics from International University of Japan.
As a Managing Director for Henry-Jackson foundation, Acha is focused on implementing strategies for fund raising, marketing, program development, human resource management and accounting. An exceptional leader who is able to develop and motivate others to achieve targets, He demonstrates a strong ability to manage projects from conception through to successful completion.
Dr Z. Mbambo
(Senior Managing Partner)
Dr Z. Mbambo is a researcher at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). She holds a PhD in Microbiology, a Diploma in Project Management and higher certificates in Programme for Management Development, Bioinformatics and Induced Mutations. She has worked for the University of KwaZulu-Natal both in the lab and in the student Funding office. Internationally, she worked for Brazil’s biggest research institute (EMBRAPA) and briefly in the Genetics Department at the University of Silesia in Katowice Poland.
As co-founder of QPQ Editorial she has written articles for SAASTA and co-authored in peer-reviewed journals. In addition she is the lead and co-inventor in two invention disclosures filed within the CSIR. Furthermore, she has presented her research in both national and international conferences. She has received various awards and accolades in recognition of her achievements and academic excellence. As the Secretary and Mentor for African Rural Girl Child (ARUGIC) she cultivates and instils a culture of reading amongst ARUGIC girls. “I believe in the absolute and unlimited emancipation of reading”