About Moky Continued...

Moky formed her own agency - Red PR - early in 1999, with the vision of becoming the first pan-African PR network. In 2002, she sold her business to Draft FCB – then SA’s largest communications agency. Three years later she left to set up as an independent consultant and pursue her media passions.

From 2001 to 2006, Moky was the African Anchor presenter and field reporter for South Africa’s award winning news and actuality show – Carte Blanche.

She has presented numerous field reports on Africa; including stories on the Nigerian Film industry; Zimbabwean farmers in Kwara, People trafficking in Edo State, Child soldiers in the DRC and Democracy in Zimbabwe She has conducted interviews with Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba, Chinua Achebe, Femi Kuti, Danny Glover and Seal.

In 2004, Moky presented an hour long interview format show called African Pioneers which was syndicated to commercial stations in 5 African countries. In 2005, she produced and hosted a 26 part marketing show on the South African business channel; Summit TV. In 2006, she played a lead role in the ground breaking and very popular MNet Pan-African drama series; Jacob’s Cross.

In November 2008, Moky completed her book; ‘Africa’s Greatest Entrepreneurs’ with a foreword written by Richard Branson which tells the success stories of the top entrepreneurs on the continent. The book featured on the Exclusive Books top 10 best-selling business books in South Africa.  It was selected for the Exclusive Books Homebru promotion which showcases the best of South African writing. Her book has been covered extensively in the local media and is currently in its 3rd print.  Moky has been invited to speak on numerous occasions at various institutions on her research around Africa’s Greatest Entrepreneurs’.

Moky is an editorial contributor to various magazines on African related subjects and has had her editorials published in a number of South African publications.