Flow Communications

GIFs (which, we’re told by their inventor are actually pronounced jifs”) have become a popular way of communicating emotions or reactions on the internet. This is good, because they are able to convey a lot more than a smiley face or other emoticon can. On social networks like Twitter and Tumblr, reaction gifs are all the rage.

A new website called gifyourself has now gone one step further and created a service that allows people to personalise GIFs with their own faces. As well being a useful online tool, it’s also a lot of fun. With that in mind, we thought we’d gif the whole Flow office. Meet the team …

Flow leaders

Bheki Shongwe – Chairman

Tara Turkington – CEO

Tiffany Turkington-Palmer – MD

Janet Berger – CEO: Flow Exhibitions

Richard Frank – Programming studio manager

Lorraine Gumede – Design studio manager

Beverley Strimer – Financial director

Roshni Nana – Project Manager

Christine Marot – Senior editor

Roy Barford – Manager: Flow Cape Town

Shoni Makhari – CEO: Flow PR

Melanie Feris – Writing studio manager

Kevin Collins – Strategist


Nomthandazo Peyise

Johan Sadie

George Xafis

Ryan Levenson


Andrea Weiss

Zintle Mtyeku

Kate Rau

Colin Ford

Keith Nicholls

Willem Steenkamp

Lynnette Johns

Marin Gorrie

Daphney Mngomeni

Kolosa Vuso

Stuart Buchanan

Web development

Stephen Frank

Tinashe Gunda

Reatile Tshikalange

Alex Cowling

Marco Camacho

Darren Caboz

Kuda Nharo

Zander Janse van Rensburg

Support team

Khanyisile Shabalala

John Kazembe

Leanne Pohlmann

Maria Foundanellas

Gianluca Tucci

Ros Caboz

Ella Marren

Gail Cameron

Lethabo-Thabo Royds

Ntombi Ngwenya

Nam Madokwe

Kat Fouche

Riefkah Adams

Flow PR

Cassidy Parker

Caroline Smith

Senzi Dlamini

Shaun Demmer

Tshililo Ragimana

Nicole Walters

Apaphia Lefatle

Phindile Nxumalo

Thanks to our intern Kim Podmore for assistance in compiling this blog.