Tefo Raditapole "is a director at Cheadle Thompson & Haysom Attorneys Inc. having started his legal career there in 1990. Prior to the first democratic elections in 1994 he acted extensively for the African National Congress and the Congress of the South African Trade Union. He has also been employed as a special advisor to the Premier of Gauteng Province, Mr M Shilowa, since 1999. He is a professional conflict manager and trainer. He has consulted for various institutions including the International Labour Organisation, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, and the Electoral Institute of South Africa. He sits on a number of boards including the Resolve Group (Pty) Ltd, Tokiso Dispute Settlement (Pty) Ltd, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and the Ombudsman for Banking Services. He is serving his second term as a Commissioner on the Commission for Employment Equity. He co-facilitated negotiations on the Financial Sector Empowerment Financial Sector Charter negotiations. Tefo is also a co-author of a Juta's commentary on Black Economic Empowerment." 
Resources and articles
- Board, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, accessed July 31, 2007.