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Magna Carta Management Consultants

Magna Carta Reputation Management Consultants announced today, 1 August 2017, two new appointments and a change in management structure.

The change sees internal leadership taking the business forward with Moliehi Molekoa appointed acting-Managing Director and Mary Gearing acting-Deputy Managing Director.

Molekoa and Gearing have 23 years combined industry experience and both have been with Magna Carta for 12 years.

The current CEO Sechaba Motsieloa will be leaving Magna Carta after a year to pursue interests outside of the agency.

Magna Carta’s Exco team will remain in place including Lisa Biggs, Cape Town Managing Director who has been instrumental in leading the Cape Town office in achieving success on a varied portfolio of clients. 

“I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of everyone at TBWA\ to thank Sechaba for the contribution he made to the group and the company. We wish him all the success that he deserves in his future endeavours,” says Sean Donovan, TBWA Group CEO. 

“I am looking forward to working alongside Moliehi and Mary in shaping and driving Magna Carta into the future,” adds Donovan. 

The search to appoint a permanent MD and Deputy MD will commence in 2018.

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