As the wave of outrage continues to spread across the country over the spate of femicide attacks, Ayanda Borotho has shared an extract from her upcoming book which deals with women settling for less.
The extract forms part of Ayanda’s debut book Unbecoming to Become which is set to be released soon.
In the extract, Ayanda talks about how she was once ready to dim her own light for a man.
“I was ready to settle with and for someone who required that I dimmed my own light so that I could accommodate his mediocrity. I have since come to the realization that any man who requires a woman to dim her light for his, is simply not man enough to be in the presence of her light,” read part of the extract.
Read the full extract here:
You might also like – Tbo Touch in boiling water with IDC over R11 million mismanagement
The DJ’s online radio venture appears to be in a world of trouble. Sunday World has reported that digital radio entrepreneur Tbo Touch, real name Thabo Molefe, appears to be in legal trouble over loans he was paid from the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), a state finance entity that has for years tried to support black business in South Africa.
The IDC has reportedly obtained a court order against him to recover R11 million in loaned money that was used to set up his digital radio station Touch HD, based in Sandton, with allegations that he has been mismanaging the money. continue reading