SA celebs who released books in 2018

List of books that were written by well known celebrities in 2018.

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JOHANNESBURG - It has been a busy year for many celebrities in the country, from launching new businesses to releasing books filled with insight and hilarious tales.

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Below is a list of a few well known media personalities who released books this year:

5. Meeting your power - DJ Zinhle & Nokubonga Mbanga.

This self-help book is all about helping women find their voice and become the best version of themselves.

Zinhle and Mbanga use the book to share personal experiences which have shaped them to become the powerful women that they are today.

4. Vusi: Business & Life Lessons from a Black Dragon

Speaker and businessman, Vusi Thembekwayo is using his extensive knowledge of business to breed a new generation of thought leaders. In his latest offering the self made millionaire shares the secrets to his success.

 

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3. These things really do happen to me - Khaya Dlanga

After nearly three years since his last book, Khaya Dlanga finally released his highly anticipated book, "These things really do happen to me." 

It comes highly recommended, Trevor Noah described it as "the most fascinating stories your best friend ever told you."

 

2. The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender - DJ Sbu

Radio Personality DJ Sbu has written a book that focuses on the "art of hustling". 

The star launched The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender at an exclusive party last month and he believes that it should be added to the SA school curriculum. 

The Art of Hustling is the media personality's third book, following the release of Billionaires Under Construction in 2017.

 

1. And Then Mama Said ...: Words that Set My Life Alight - Tumi Morake

Award-winning comedian Tumi Morake shares details on her journey as the Our Perfect Wedding presenter and the race row at Jacaranda FM in her highly anticipated memoir, And Then Mama Said.

The television presenter and producer released the book in the first week of October, it is based on the woman who shaped Morake's public persona - her mother.

 

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