JOZI FM Afternoon Drive presenter Refiloe Motsei wants to remind people of the value of friendship. The Friendship Party with Refiloe Motsei is a concept created to celebrate people who have been by her side before she was on TV and radio.
I did not choose radio, radio chose me and I’m loving every second of it. I have the opportunity to inspire, inform and entertain.
Embarrassing moment on radio?
None, not really , I don’t push myself too hard, every fluff, a sneeze, a cough, or a tongue twister, I just learn from it, I embrace it and move on, I’m human.
I dance. I am an actress.
What I love about Jozifm
We serve, it’s for community, the brand Jozifm is aligned with my purpose, Serving.
I spend time with the people that love and care about me , it keeps me grounded, eating good food, I love good food so I’ll go to restaurants trying out some of the best meals they have, or I stay home and try cook. And I rest, rest and more rest, keeps me looking good.
I’m in love with Soweto because?
Firstly I was born here, it’s home, it’s all I know. The diversity, culture, food, history and endless opportunities.
If you could change one thing about the world around you, what would it be?
I would try help people accept others who are not like them. People are judgmental. I would also work on changing how men still look at women as weak, and objects of s.e.x.
Name 5 people would you like to host at a dinner party and why?
American media proprietor Oprah Winfrey- to draw inspiration.
My Parents- they have never experienced much in life .
Who would you bring back from the dead and why?
I would bring Nobody from the dead, it was meant to happen, it was Gods plan.
What superpower would you have and what would you use it for?
Super powers I would have would be to read people’s minds.
In other news – Ntsiki Mazwai’s letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa shocks Mzansi
Former journalist and anti-apartheid activist Thami Mazwai has distanced himself and his wife from a scathing open letter written by his daughter Ntsiki to president Cyril Ramaphosa. Thami said he was “disappointed and shocked” at his daughter’s letter which accused Ramaphosa of among others “appeasing the white master” and “putting money ahead of your own people”. “I believe that all of you are aware of the high esteem in which I personally hold our government,” Thami said.
“The efforts by President Ramaphosa and his colleagues show their commitment to our people. I thus, on behalf of my wife and I distance us from the comments by Ntsiki.” He labelled his daughter’s comments as “not only unfortunate but uncalled for in a situation in which all of us must hold hands. Read more