Corwin Luthuli Mhlahlo

Freelance Writer, Social Media & Communications Research Consultant

South Africa

Accomplished Freelance Writer-Editor, Proof-reader, Business English Trainer, Writing Consultant, Researcher and Social Media Expert Accomplished, creative, dynamic Freelance Writer, Copy Writer, Editor, Proof-reader, Consultant, Lecturer, Social Media Expert, Digital Marketer, and Researcher. Skills include, but are not limited to general writing, copywriting, academic writing, research, editing, proofreading, consulting, lecturing, social media management and marketing, with proven and measurable return on investment. Has several years of experience driving intrinsic, individual, organizational and revenue growth through content creation, marketing and the building and maintaining of client and investor relationships. Leverages research, copywriting, copyediting, proofreading and digital marketing to effect. Is adept at working effectively to achieve goals both as a cross-functional team member and an individual remote/hybrid/onsite/in-house contributor. Has published in numerous print, digital and academic publications. Most recent writing and editing project was in 2020 with Peter Lang Publishers of New York.

Holds several postgraduate degrees and diplomas in English, Sales Marketing, Business Management and Education from the Universities of London, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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Portfolio

Corwin's Copywriting Samples

Academic & Media Writing

Journals
Students' perceptions of Black English teaching staff at education institutions in Johannesburg,...

Abstract Since the official end of apartheid in South Africa, the English departments of some former whites-only secondary schools and universities have made attempts at transformation by employing both local and foreign black teaching staff. This paper qualitatively explores both secondary and tertiary students' perceptions of black teachers/lecturers of English at two secondary schools, an FET college and a university located in Johannesburg.

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05/25/2012
Painting is disrespectful to Zuma and public

Biblically and conventionally, the exposure of genitalia has been and remains near sacrilegious. Beginning in Genesis chapter 3, after Adam and Eve had disobeyed God's commandment and eaten the forbidden fruit, the "eyes of both of them (being) opened, they began to realise that they were naked.