KK Diaz

The Dealmaker Company Programmes – Facilitator

kk_diazKK (Kgati Khutjo) Diaz has a BCom Accounting undergrad degree from Unisa, majoring in Accounting and Auditing. KK has a passion for problem solving. This passion led him to become CEO of Rekopane Dot Biz, a business improvement consultancy specialising in business processes and systems.

Under KK’s leadership, Rekopane Dot Biz has developed industry firsts, including an audio-based payroll workshop CD called ‘Payroll with a Voice’, as well as The SME BackOffice, a subscription-based 360-degree back office solution for small to medium businesses.

KK’s background includes serving as the Managing Director of Liber8 Records, as well as Managing Trustee of The African Indigenous Music Trust. Here he assisted in the development of new talent, as well as launching an artist catalogue to international markets. His achievements include movie publishing deals, as well as an award from the United Nations on humanitarian music projects.

As a philanthropist he devotes his spare time to E4+C (Entrepreneurs For Positive Change), a collective of entrepreneurs who donate their efforts to helping the disadvantaged through entrepreneurship. He recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro as one of the E4+C SME projects to demonstrate how anyone can overcome their challenges even without resources or experience. He has written a book about his endeavour called ‘The Climb – From African’t to AfriCAN’.

KK believes that true entrepreneurship is the solution to world poverty and subsequently all the social ills that emanate from it. He’s also a business coach, speaker and game changer seeking to help entrepreneurs, professionals and everyone inbetween be the best they can be.

KK has been a Facilitator with The Dealmaker Company since 2007.

Robert Currie (Financial Director) Saiwit Trading
“KK provided good advice during the sessions.  He was well prepared and kept the course interesting”

Rebone Motsatsi (Key Account Lead) Barloworld Logistics
“KK has dealmaking credibility.  He encouraged participation during the course and answered questions clearly”