Having been born in the struggle and having parents who are anti-apartheid activists, it’s no surprise that Tshepiso Phosa is invested in making the world a better place. Phosa officially launched her book titled Fuelling Futures at Jenna Design Studio in Bryanston on 10 July.
The book is co-authored by Timothy Maurice Webster who has written four books on Personal Brand Influence. In the book, he investigates how Phosa is going about influencing the world around her, from tackling the fuel industry to fuelling the lives of thousands of orphans. “Tshepiso was adamant from the beginning that the book must be practical and not the type of self-absorbent book you read and stick on a shelf, left to collect dust,” said Webster. “This book will take you on a roller coaster of emotions. Inspiring you to rethink and re-imagine what’s possible in your future,” he continued.
27-year-old Phosa said that she hasn’t had an easy start in life but that did not deter her to look beyond her challenges and prosper