Wow! It has been a year doing this great column and man, it seems like I have been doing this for a decade. I must say, Youth Affairs is one of my greatest achievements for 2010 not forgetting first year of University. And yah, this column has brought me a lot of growth and definitely opened a lot of doors and I am sure more are to open next year.
Now if there’s one person that I have to to thank for all of this it has to be my former editor Mrs Pamela Kelepang for giving me this beautiful oportunity and believing in me. I will forever be grateful Aunt Pam and thank you for being not only an editor but a mother and a friend. My current editor, I thank you as well for guiding me, giving me tips and for always being there when I need help.
Boss Lady, Mma Kasale, thank you soo much for believing in me and for thinking of me when you travel on your editorial trips and bringing me information that can take me to greater heights. And yah, to The Voice team I know you guys work hard and sometimes knock off ka bo 2a.m finalising the layout of the paper and all while I’m home sleeping, ke bo kgonkga! And to the beautiful lady who brought me up to be a responsible good looking young lady, my dearest mother Bessie Sepora, thank you soo much. I know that being a single mother is one of the hardest things in this world but know that you did a fantastic job raising me.
And to my daddy Mr Kenzie Molapisi thank you for being part of my life from the day I was born. I love you soo much…
And last but not least, to all the Youth Affairs readers thank you for your support, thank you for reading the column and thank you for your
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