Timothy Tshepo Hlabyago

Timothy Tshepo Hlabyago is one of the co-founders of Areswaneng and has 15 years working in Information Technology Sector and has equivalent IT related Qualifications and holds a MDP (Management Development Plan) with Unisa and has Leadership Acceleration Post Graduate at GIBBS, currently he is ward Committee member for Ward 28 in Ruimsig Mogale City until 2021.

Tebogo Dennis Madibo

Characterized as a visionary, strategist and tactician, Tebogo has a consistent record of delivering extra-ordinary results in growth, revenue, operational performance and profitability. Tebogo has a heavy transaction background including startup financing, mergers and acquisitions and sale of company. Driven by a visceral hard-wired need to strategise, to innovate and to disprove the words “it cant be done”!, he is gifted with the vision, determination and skills needed for high level reverse building strategies and tactics. Tebogo has participated in high level operational initiatives, including, infrastructure design, process re-engineering, turnaround management, and reorganization. Tebogo is an innovative investor who uses his instincts, insights, judgment, and timing to succeed.

He has the right skills to motivate, mentor and lead talented professionals. He lives the culture and always leads by example. He has the tendency to direct crossfunctional teams using interactive and motivational leadership that spurs people to willingly give 150% effort and loyalty. Tebogo studied towards a bachelor in Pharmacy, then a National Diploma in Marketing and Brands, then a MBA from a UK-based university. His career footprint includes, MTN SA and MTN International where he was an expatriate in Cameroon. He then moved to Absa where he headed the Marketing's Brand, Sponsorship’s and Events unit, then Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and lastly South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) where he lead the Marketing's Brand, Communications and Events division.

Tebogo was the Group CEO and a shareholder at Yem Yem Holdings, and was also the Chairperson of the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra. He has been the head of creative and marketing strategy for Nyalu Communications since May 2013. He continues to consult on strategy, brand positioning, marketing and communications. He is a co-owner of an investment company, Temlomo. His leadership stems from church where he was the inaugural chairperson of the Twelve Apostle’s Church in Christ Youth Committee, then later in life a member of the fundraising committee for Grace Bible Church. This didn’t end there, he was elected as UNIN’s chairperson for Pharmacy students where he sat at SAPSIF, a chairperson of the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra, and also a board member of the SA National Youth Orchestra.