Celebrities are now branching out into other creative outlets
The South African celebrity culture is diversifying with celebrities no longer known for just one talent or platform.
If it’s not launching alcohol beverages or skin care products, it’s a new wave of celebrities being authors.
Recently, actress and businesswoman Salamina Mosese launched her children’s book titled Disaster At Gogo’s Spaza.
Pan Africanist newsreader and former model Nzinga Qunta also has a book out titled Amari’s Adventures in 11 official languages.
East Coast Radio and television presenter Carol Ofori has also published a children’s series titled The African Adventures of Sena and Katlego. This includes six books.
Publicist Farah Fortune is also set to release a menstrual awareness book titled Tidi Talks Periods next month, in August.