Christelle du Toit has worked as a journalist at various media houses in South Africa over a period almost ten years, including The Citizen and the SABC. She trained and worked in the fields of newspaper, mag¬azine, television, and radio, online and photographic journalism. She has a specific interest in government, politics and community empowerment news.
Christelle has worked as Head of Communications for the Royal Bafokeng Nation in Phokeng, North West, South Africa. She also served as Provincial Head of Communications for the Department of Public Works and Rural Development in the Free State Province, South Africa.
Christelle obtained a BA (Hons) degree in Journalism and Languages form Rhodes University, and completed a Post-graduate Diploma in Management (PDM) at the Wits Business School.
Christelle recently co-authored an e-book, entitled How to get quoted in the media, which is aimed at SMMEs and NGOs, and published by Damaria Senne Media. The book is available through the company’s online store at http://damariasenne.blogspot.com
Christelle du Toit2012-04-03The Doll that Grew is the latest children’s story to be published by Damaria Senne, author of Boitshoko and owner of Damaria Senne Media cc. Christelle du Toit asked Damaria about the underlying themes in her book.