Masters may be just what doctor ordered

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WINDHOEK– The first series of the talk show, Masters of Success,  kicked off last  Friday with South African Media personality, Bonang Matheba, sharing her trip to success.

The 90-minutes show which aims to inspire Namibians from all walks of life by bringing in different inspiring personalities across the African continent,  enabling them to connect with such masters, proved that it  might just be an inspiration some Namibians need. Matheba relates the story of her childhood to a venue filled with an audience eager for a boost. She points out the importance of family support and declared that “what you wish or want to be might not be what you will become or accomplish”.

Matheba says there was a time when she doubted herself and her abilities  until she read a book titled, Success, which taught her that “we are our own thoughts”, you can become who you are if you set your mind to it and you can have what you want if you sets your mind to it. She adds that imagination can play an important role in what one wishes to accomplish, something she testifies to.

The 27- year- old says she wants to be the number one presenter in Africa and hopes to host an international event by the age of 29 years. The show was hosted by local radio personality, Josy Nghipandua, and what a better host he proved to be.

CAPTION: Masters of Success talk show host, Josy Nghipandua and South African Media personality, Bonang Matheba during the first  talk show in the Masters of Success series  on Friday at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN).

Picture: Masters of Success

 

 

 

 

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