Basetsana Kumalo, one of SA's favourite ladies in entertainment, recently shared a memory from her childhood. It's just a peek at the memoirs she wrote, called Bassie: My Journey of Hope, and lets us see one of her fondest memories.
South African television personality, beauty pageant titleholder, businesswoman and philanthropist, Basetsana Kumalo, has penned down the story of her life in her memoirs titled Bassie: My Journey of Hope.
While we wait for the book to reach our bookstores, Basetsana has done us a favour and shared one of her memories with us on social media.
It is one of her favourite memories from her childhood and gives us a peek at what Christmas was like for her and her family.
Part of Basetsana's post read:
"We spent that Christmas at my uncle’s place in Daveyton. He was a preacher, Reverend Sebotsa, who had a church called Uniting Reformed Church. I have such a fond memory of that Christmas Day with my cousins and siblings."
Wasn't she just adorable in her Sunday dress?
Bassie's fans cannot wait to have the book in their hands, and it's expected to be released in October.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the iconic TV personality said that writing out her life's tale has been the most important project of her life.
We can't wait either, it's going to be a great read for sure.
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