TV and radio personality, Masechaba Ndlovu, spoke out abour how confident she is about her future, saying "God is her CEO."
Masechaba Ndlovu is a force to be reckoned with, having worked both in the radio and TV industry. She recently left her Metro FM gig and soon bagged a TV host job with BET.
She spoke to TshisaLive about why keeps her going and why she doesn't stress about her future. But simply put, she believes she is led by a higher power that guides her every day.
"I'm a Virgo, music as I am a control freak with the little details of my life, the truth is I am lead by a higher power and I truly believe that God is my CEO," she told TshisaLive.
Masechaba said she is a firm believer that everything happens at the right moment and while some may say she left radio for television, she believes it was the right moment in her life when she made her choice.
The TV host said she never sees a loss as a loss, but always shees it as a change in direction.
"I am not perturbed by change. I believe that when you are gifted - which everyone is in some way or the other - it is just about tuning in and listening to your inner voice and letting it guide you."
Masechaba added she has no fear or reservations about the direction that her career is taking.
She also said the advantages of following a higher power was fitting perfectly into the space it places you.
Masechaba believes her role as host of The Big Secret, fits the brief of helping people speak "nothing but the truth" to set them free from big secrets.
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Masechaba Ndlovu had landed her own TV show, and it’s right up her alley. The controversial radio host has made a name for herself by the way she’s carried her interviews with guests on her radio show.
She took to Instagram to announce that she is the new host of The Big Secret on BET. The show was first hosted by Khanyi Mbau. The dramatic 13 weeks led to many shocking revelations. It will be interesting to see how Masechaba will spin it to suit her style.
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