At The Radioactive Blog, our mission is to reshape the landscape of creative consultancy. We strive to empower brands with distinctive and impactful solutions, pushing beyond conventional limits to foster enduring connections. Serving as catalysts for innovation, we kindle a spark that turns challenges into opportunities. Simultaneously, we curate insightful blog content delving into the creative sector, contributing to its vibrant discourse, and nurture our creative communities through diverse initiatives and collaborations.
The 3 facets of The Radioactive Blog:
1. A dynamic creative consultancy
2. A unique blog
3. An innovative creative hub
The Radioactive Blog was started by Thuthukani Ndlovu ( TK ) to develop an organization that "Drives innovation and creativity through artistic expression, technology, and capacity development”. Our vision is that we aim to be one of SADC’s leading innovative and dynamic creative consultancies and blogs. We are dedicated to developing and promoting the African creative sector to assist different brands in reaching their potential (ie. tuning in to creative frequencies they need to reach their potential).
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WHO IS THUTHUKANI NDLOVU?
Thuthukani Ndlovu, more popularly known as TK, is a proactive creative who not only produces work (in the form of Poetry, Blogs, Film, Digital and Immersive Media) but also creates multiple platforms for creatives to promote and develop their work . Majority of his work is themed around Social Activism, and his blog received the “Innovation in Poetry” Award from Word n Sound in 2019. Apart from managing The Radioactive Blog, he currently works as a Digital Librarian for African Technopreneurs (an XR solutions company), while being a freelance marketing strategist.
In terms of sharing his work, his poetry performance journey spans across Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Zambia, Malawi and South Africa (including a performance at Poetry Africa 2023). To date, he has worked with Creativate Digital Arts Festival – under the banner of the Makhanda National Arts Festival, Fakugesi African Digital Innovation Festival, Harare Litfest, Brighton Digital Festival (in partnership with Urban Flo), Free State Digital Art fest and Tumaini Festival, just to name a few. Thuthukani is also part of The Festival Academy Alumni – after being selected to participate in their Atelier for Young Festival Managers in Johannesburg (South Africa) and Gothenburg (Sweden) in 2018. If he’s not blogging or working, you can find him online @2tukani [Twitter & Instagram].