Two new Pomegranites

– Sarah

Exciting news – we have not one but two new Pomegranites! Keshia Africa and Tomas Kranenburg have joined our team as Social Media Strategists. They’ve been a dream to work with so far and we can’t wait to see how they help drive the social media arm of the business.

Let me introduce you:

Keshia

The mom-friend. Wanderlust at heart who loves being in nature. Digital Hermione Granger for a living and obsessed with quotes. Journalist who’s in love with a good paperback paired with a cup of tea and any baked good. Occasional baker because there’s nothing that a baked good can’t fix. Picture taker when I’m in the mood.

 

What did you want to be when you were little?

I always wanted to be an author. I started reading when I was four and I was obsessed with the possibility of publishing my own book one day.

What do you enjoy most about social media?

I love that it’s NOW, there’s always something new.

Can you describe yourself in three words?

Organised. Kind. Nap Queen (okay that’s kind of four words, sorry)

If you were only allowed to eat one pudding for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sticky Toffee Pudding. It’s a foodgasm every time.

After two weeks, what’s been your first impression of Pomegranite?

I’ve never felt more at home at a job before. I feel like it’s where I’m meant to be and look forward to what’s to come.

 

Tomas

Born in Amsterdam and raised in Cape Town. The young ‘un in a creative family. UCT graduate, marketer, DJ, social media manager, dancer. Firm believer in trial and error, always keen to learn new things. Avid collector of obscure dance records. Passionate about using innovations in web technology to represent traditional media in new and exciting ways.

What did you want to be when you were little?

A chef.

What do you enjoy most about social media? 

Being able to engage with a wider community.

Can you describe yourself in three words? 

Tall old soul.

If you were only allowed to eat one pudding for the rest of your life, what would it be? 

Panna cotta.

After two weeks, what’s been your first impression of Pomegranite? 

Where have you been all my life?

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