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Nthabiseng Moloi
A passionate brand strategist specialising in financial services, Nthabiseng Moloi-Nkumane heads up MiWay’s Brand & Marketing department, bringing with her a wealth of experience gained working across a wide range of diverse industries. Having graduated with a Bcomm Honours in Business Management from North-West University, Nthabiseng cut her teeth working for big-name brands like Plascon and DSTV, before finding her niche in the financial services industry via marketing and business development roles at Vodacom and Western Union, where she oversaw teams across 14 African markets. Today, Nthabiseng spearheads MiWay’s marketing strategy, advertising campaigns, CSI and all communications, merging her financial expertise with her passion for all things media. When she’s not in the office, she freelances as a voiceover artist, lending her well known cadence to radio adverts for many of the country’s top brands – or at home with her two children, cheering on her favourite team, Orlando Pirates.
  • How to protect your child’s identity in an online world

    There are indications that identity theft syndicates are now targeting children. Common-sense practices, backed up by proper education, will save endless trouble down the line. In the online world, identity theft has become big business. People are remarkably careless about divulging personal information online, or storing it on unencrypted mobile or other digital devices. Criminals can use this information to open bank and store accounts and access state and other benefits unlawfully. Personal information like full names, birth date and parents’ names can be used to create an alias that stands up to most scrutiny. Worryingly, there are signs that identity thieves...

  • 4 tips for keeping your identity safe on the internet

    Over the course of the past decade, the brick-and-mortar institutions of yesteryear have rapidly been replaced by online counterparts, with South Africans now turning to the Internet to perform banking transactions, book flights and even shop for groceries. While this rapid surge in connectivity has undoubtedly made the world a more convenient place, it’s also made many South Africans vulnerable to the threat of online fraud and identity theft. According to recently released statistics from the South African Fraud Prevention Services (SAFPS), identity theft has increased by over 200% in the past six years, with an estimated 8.8-million South Africans affected...