Rosie Motene Covers Essays Of Africa Magazines

Rosie Motene is best known for her role in Zabalaza, but not many people know the hurdles that she had to overcome. In the March 2015 issue of Essays of Africa, Motene shares how she pursued her goals life with her head up and a smile on her face.

This is one woman who went against what society considers natural and chose to leave her children with their father in pursuit as she embarked on a journey of self-discovery.  

Essays of Africa also chats to dynamic women who have successfully navigated the waters of entrepreneurship: meet Dolly Mbuyane, owner of Nozihle Cleaning Services, and Bongi Mlotshwa, who spends her days making women beautiful and teaching young women the tricks of her trade.

For the fashionistas, Essays of Africa focuses on the timeless appeal of denim and experiment with mix-and-match lips and nail colours that really make a statement.

For the last days of summer, Essays of Africa showcases Miranda Ballard’s spectacular chacuterie boards for an alternative to al fresco dining, and investigate the four top décor trends for 2015.

Essays Of Africa is a monthly magazine, with subscriptions available for both print and online. For more information, visit or click here.

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